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A traditional Indian greeting, literally meaning “homage (or reverential salutation) to you” (derived from the Sanskrit root nam meaning “bow” or “do homage”). It is accompanied by a gesture of hands held palms together before the breast (occasionally raised to the forehead), which is called namaskār in Hindi, i.e., “making namas.”


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