Makara

Meaning : Born Under Capricorn, Born under Capricorn,

Origin : Indian (Sanskrit),

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Makara Expression, Makara Soul Urge, Makara Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Makara:

additionalAlso a Hebrew name which means "blessing"

urban

Definition funny of Makara:

urbana) Any woman of demi-goddess status. b) Any woman of awesome power who many envy and look up to.

urbanYo, damn! That girl's so awesome, she's a Makara!

songs

Songs about Makara:

songsAdhe Makara by S. P. Balasubramaniam from the Album Sri Manikanta

songsAdhe Makara Jyot by S. P. Balasubramaniam from the Album Sri Manikanta

songsAyyappa Ayyappa Om Makara Jyothi by Partha Sarathi from the Album Ayyappa Smaranam

songsDuniya Deera Da Makara by Nisar Malangi from the Album Baharoona

songsDunya Daira Da Makara Wa Zama Da by Nazia Iqbal from the Album Okhko Baran

songsKukara-Makara by Audiopathik from the Album Global Killer

songsMakara by Grupo Makara de Ngulene from the Album Música Chope de Moçambique

books

Books about Makara:

booksMakara by Kristen Ringman (Nov 1, 2012)

booksGhosts of Makara by Bernard Diederich (Sep 25, 2002)

booksMakara: Webster's Timeline History, 1895 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)

booksThe Makara of Hizballah: Deception in the 2006 Summer War by David A. Acosta (Apr 13, 2012)

booksMakara Volume One, Number Three, April / May 1976) by no author

booksMakara Fly! God I love my people (2011) ISBN: 4286111091 [Japanese Import] by Tsutsumi Atsuko (0010)

booksMakara by E.S. Posthumus [2010] (0100)

wiki

Wiki information Makara:

Makara
Literature Subject

Makara is a sea-creature in Hindu mythology. It is generally depicted as half terrestrial animal in the frontal part, in animal forms of an elephant, crocodile, stag, or deer, and in the hind part as an aquatic animal, in the form of a fish or seal...

Makar Sankranti
Holiday, Club interest

Makara Sankranti is a Hindu festival celebrated in almost all parts of India and Nepal in a myriad of cultural forms. It is a harvest festival. It is the Hindi/Indo-Aryan languages name for Makara Sankranthi. Makar Sankranti marks the transition of...