SWAMI CROSSWORD 1652020 (Post No.7988)

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Post No.7988

Date uploaded in London – 16 May 2020   

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ACROSS 

1. – 6 letters–Birth Place of Adi Shankara

4. – 5–Vedic Poet of very ancient time; see Bhagavad Gita 10-37

5 – 6–India’s Northern  most state; part of which is Aksai chin occupied by China from 1962.

7. –5–honey; also means liquor

8. – -5–Western Ghats in Sanskrit

DOWN

1. – 5 letters–English word Clan came from this

2. –5–that which is not same; Unequal

3. – –4–round shaped sweet ball (LONG SOUND)

5. – 4–Central Asian tribe who ruled India till they were driven out by the Guptas.





—SUBHAM—

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  1. Sayee Prackash P.G

     /  June 26, 2020

    Dear Sir! I didn’t any mail regarding Tamil Vedas from 16th May 2020. I hope still i am in your mailing list. Kindly reply to this mail.

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