snigdha

snigdha (snēgˑ·dh),

adj in Ayurveda, “oily” as a guna, one of the qualities that characterizes all substances. Its complement is ruksha. See also gunas and ruksha.
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YOUNG ARTISTS: Radford Primary School pupils (back row, from left) Snigdha Bose, 5, Kallan Slevin, 5, Manisha Dewitt, 4, Ben Rowse, 4, Asila Mohamed, 5, Kirsty Robinson, 4, Clinton Mkhize, 4, and Sarah Hasan, 5.
See comments by Leland Brendsel in Snigdha Prakash, "Freddie Sounds a Delinquency Alarm on Popular Lower-Income Mortgage," American Banker, July 21, 1995, pp.
Snigdha Guha Majumdar, a student of Gargi College said exams or no exams, she isn't keen on voting.
Four India Abroad Special Awards for Achievement 2012 were presented to the community's brilliant young performers: Deepika Kurup, Nithin Tumma, Rahul Nagvekar and Snigdha Nandipati.
CINCINNATI, May 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Snigdha Nandipati, a 14-year-old speller from San Diego, Calif.
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D18274_1 YOUNG ARTISTS: Radford Primary School pupils (back row, from left) Snigdha Bose, 5, Kallan Slevin, 5, Manisha Dewitt, 4, Ben Rowse, 4, Asila Mohamed, 5, Kirsty Robinson, 4, Clinton Mkhize, 4, and Sarah Hasan, 5.
The real winner, though, 14-year-old Snigdha Allaparthi, answered more questions correctly about the genetics and chemistry of neurological diseases than about 50 competitors from 12 local high schools who participated in Saturday's event at UMass Medical School, sponsored by its Department of Psychiatry.
Last year Rahul Nagvekar won the National Geographic Bee while Snigdha Nandipati won the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
com, +65-6390-5971; or Snigdha Saumya, ssaumya@webershandwick.
Tift, and Snigdha Vallabhaneni for their roles in data acquisition; and Gerald R.
Among the team members is Snigdha Allaparthi, a student at Worcester Academy.