See also:term for a
See also:temple, especially a
See also:building of a
See also:pyramid shape
See also:common in India and the Far East and devoted to sacred purposes; in Buddhist countries, notably
See also:China, the name of a many-sided tower in which are kept
See also:relics . More loosely "
See also:pagoda " is used in the East to signify any non-Christian or non-Mussulman place of worship . Pagoda or pagod was also the name given to a gold (occasionally also
See also:coin, of about the value of seven shillings, at one
See also:time current in
See also:southern India . From this meaning is derived the expression " the pagoda
See also:tree," as synonymous with the "
See also:wealth of the Indies," whence the phrase to " shake the pagoda tree." There is a real tree, the Plumieria acuminata, bearing the name . It grows in India, and is of a small and graceful shape, and bears yellow and
See also:flowers tinged with red .
PAHARI (properly Pahari, the language of the mounta...
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