Meaning : Lover,
Origin : Indian (Sanskrit),
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Definition funny of Pritam:
Prit' + 'tam origin Sanskrit - Lover or Someone who is full of love and affection for others. Also used as a name for boys.
Dr. Pritam truly embodies his name, as he treats his patients with so much love and care.
Songs about Pritam:
Bhangra Bistar ( Alishachinoy & Sunidhi Chauhan & Pritam) by Pritam from the Album Pritam Club [Explicit]
Jago Mohan Pritam (Pt. 1) by Lata Mangeshkar from the Album Ek Din Raatre (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Aa Re Pritam Pyaare by Sarosh Sami Mamta Sharma from the Album Rowdy Rathore
Aa Re Pritam Pyaare by Sajid Wajid;Mamta Sharma;Sarosh Sami from the Album And The Award Goes To
Pritam by Sanam Marvi from the Album Coke Studio Sessions: Season 3
Aahun Aahun (Remix Extend Pritam Ani) by Pritam from the Album Pritam Club [Explicit]
Aa Re Pritam Pyaare by Sajid Wajid;Mamta Sharma;Sarosh Sami from the Album Rowdy Rathore (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Books about Pritam:
Pritam Uberoi's Indian Cookery by Pritam Uberoi and Nimmi Uberoi (Jan 1, 1991)
Punjabi Poems of Amrita Pritam in Gurmukhi, Hindi, Roman and English by Amrita Pritam and K. Singh (May 21, 2009)
Amrita Pritam Ki Yadgar Kahaniyan by Amrita Preetam
By Pritam Singh, Asha Bhandarker: In Search of Change Maestros (Response Books) by -Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd- (Mar 14, 2011)
Pritam Uberoi's Non-Vegetarian Indian Cookery by Pritam Uberoi (1981)
Indian Women Autobiographies: A study of Gender Identity: The autobiograpies of Laxmibai Tilak, Shaukat Kaifi,... by Krati Sharma (Aug 17, 2012)
Dus Pratinidhi Kahaniyan : Amrita Pritam by Amrita Pritam (2007)
Wiki information Pritam:
Pritam Chakraborty, mononymously known as Pritam, is an Indian music director and composer from Kolkata who currently composes music for Bollywood. Pritam has completed a decade in Bollywood as a solo music director giving chartbusters like Dhoom...
Amrita Pritam was an Indian writer and poet, who wrote in Punjabi and Hindi. She is considered the first prominent woman Punjabi poet, novelist, and essayist, and the leading 20th-century poet of the Punjabi language, who is equally loved on both the...