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Sinha

Sinha is a Sanskrit term originates in the Indian subcontinent, common in India and Sri Lanka. It comes from the Sanskrit word "Siṃha" ('ng' sound), which means lion.

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Surajit Chandra Sinha - Background
... He was the eldest son of Maharaja Bhupendra Chandra Sinha, the Maharaja of Susang, who was a well known artist and who had studied in Presidency College, Calcutta ... Sinha's mother belonged to the zamindari family of Sithlai in Pabna district ... Sinha's youngest sister is Purba Dam, the eminent exponent of Rabindrasangeet ...
List Of Kings Of Mithila - Kings of Banaili
... He was succeeded by his son Raja Bahadur Bedanand Sinha ... Raja Bahadur Bedanand Sinha – (1778–1851) - He is credited for the creation of much of the family's wealth which he did in a period of 30 years at the helm ... Raja Bahadur Lilanand Sinha - Raja Lilanand Sinha had two sons from his third wife - Raja Kalanand Sinha and Raja Bahadur Kirtyanand Sinha ...
Notable Destinations Named After Sinha
... Sigiriya - Short name derives from 'Sinha Giriya' giving the meaning "Lions' throat" ... - Singapore's name comes from 'Singa Pura' / 'Sinha Pure' which means Lion City in Sanskrit before 1819 ... Bhupesh Sinha - unknown marketeer ...
L.N. Sinha - Family and Early Life
... Sinha was born in the village of Mussi (Belaganj, Gaya, Bihar) ... Sinha was very prominent respected lawyer ... Nariman writes of him,"Niren De and Lal Narayan Sinha were both men of great stature and high principles ...
L.N. Sinha
... Lal Narayan Sinha was a lawyer who was the Attorney General of India during the Prime Ministership of Indira Gandhi ... Lal Narayan Sinha was a man of great stature and high principles ...