- Gatka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Gatka (Punjabi: ਗਤਕਾ gatkā) is a traditional South Asian form of combat-training in which wooden sticks are used to simulate swords in sparring matches.
- Why does a japa mala consist of 108 beads? - Hindu Janajagruti
- From another angle it is considered that there are 60 ghatkas from one sunrise to the other. One ghatka consists of 60 pals and each of the 60 pals amounts to ...
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- Ghatkas, Ghatikas. See GHADIA. Ghocha.
- Sri Guru Charitra Chapter Thirty Six - saibaba.org
- One should get up on Brahma muhurta i.e. 2 hours (5 Ghatkas) before the Sun- rise and bow to Shri Guru and god.
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