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Aum (ä·ōōmˑ),

n.pr 1. in Ayurveda, the subtle, noiseless cosmic vibration in which consciousness existed in the beginning, before the elements appeared. Also called
Om. 2. mantra seed syllable often used in meditation.
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The SUV toppled over and Pranav, who was seated on his mother's lap, without a belt, was flung out of the rear window.
The family's friends remembered Pranav as a very smart and happy child.
CUTLINE: Four of the 10 students honored were Praneeth Mekala of Shrewsbury, Charan Sankaran of Shrewsbury, Heather Wing of Marlboro and Pranav Gopan Marlborough.
Dhruv Relwani from DPS MIS was declared the best speaker of the contest while the second and third positions went to Pranav Karthik and Vatsal Patel both from DPS MIS.
Speaker Pranav Mistry from MIT Media Lab, who has been hailed as one of the best present-day inventors in the world.
Pranav Mistry from MIT Media Lab, who has been hailed as one of the best present-day inventors in the world, will be giving a live demonstration of "Invisible Computing" based on his phenomenal SixthSense - a concept that merges the real world with the digital world.
Pranav, who is a pupil at St George's School, in Edgbaston, wrote to Coun Deirdre Alden and told her what features he thought would persuade more people to use the website.
Pranav, 15, described himself as very quiet, but helpful, and 16-year-old Rudra admits to a love of chocolate fudge.
Most autorickshaw drivers are economically weak," said Ahmedabad Autorickshaw Sangh official Pranav Mehta.
Speakers include the noted journalist, author and global thinker, Fareed Zakaria; Pranav Mistry, a visionary inventor who pushes the boundaries of technology and design; and a special guest speaker on Sep.
The duo of Armaan Sattikar and Pranav Vinod advanced to the semifinals of the men's doubles after overcoming the fathr-son team of Ram and Vedanth 8-4.
Reaction in Madhya Pradesh capital was sharper after the Congress wrested Bahoriband Assembly seat by a margin of 8,022 votes, with its candidate Sourabh Singh defeating ruling party's Pranav Pandey.