Mela

Mela (मेला) is a Sanskrit word meaning `gathering` or `to meet` or a `fair`. It is used in the Indian subcontinent for all sizes of gatherings and can be religious, commercial, cultural or sport-related. In rural traditions melas or village fairs were (and in some cases still are) of great importance. This led to their export around ...
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mela

(from the article `South Asian arts`) ...time that the distinction between North and South Indian music became clearly evident. In the literature, ragas are described in terms of scales ...
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Mela

[South Asian Entertainment Service] Mela is a global entertainment consumer service with one of the largest aggregations of premium South Asian video content. It was launched in October 2011 by Verismo Networks. Mela offers hit Bollywood and regional South Asian movies and live news and entertainment television channels. The service is dist...
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Mela

Mela is a Hindustani name for girls. The meaning is `black, dark-skinned` The name Mela is most commonly given to American girls. The name sounds like: Melia, Mala, Mel, Mella, Melya, Mila, Myla Similar names are: Dela, Mera, Cela, Nela, Meda, Lela, Melva, Meta, Melba, Merla, Mesa, Meya, Mea, Mena, Sela
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Mela

Pomponius Mela was a Roman geographer who lived during the 1st century AD. He was the author of a treatise, De Situ Orbis, containing a concise view of the state of the world as known to the Romans.
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Sikh fair or festival. In the 16th century, at a time when many Sikhs still followed Hindu traditions, Guru Amar Das decided to put a Sikh emphasis on traditional Hindu festivals, and encouraged...
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mela

Sikh fair or festival. In the 16th century, at a time when many Sikhs still followed Hindu traditions, Guru Amar Das decided to put a Sikh emphasis on traditional Hindu festivals, and encouraged Sikhs to gather three times a year on the dates of three Hindu festivals. These became the three Sikh melas: Baisakhi Mela, Diwali, and Hola Mohalla
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