Lanka - translation to french
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Lanka - translation to french

FORMER COUNTRY
Lanka Kingdom; Laṅkā; Lanka (Ramayana)
  • ''Hanuman Watches Lanka Burn'', [[Bhawanrao Shriniwasrao Pant Pratinidhi]], 1916
  • The golden abode of King Ravana

Lanka      
Sri Lanka, island country in the Indian Ocean (formerly known as Ceylon)
sri lanka         
n. Sri Lanka
cingalais      
n. native of Sri Lanka, Singhalese

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Lanka

Lanka (, Hindustani: [ˈləŋkaː]) is the name given in Hindu epics to the island fortress capital of the legendary asura king Ravana in the epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The fortress was situated on a plateau between three mountain peaks known as the Trikuta Mountains. The ancient city of Lankapura is said to have been burnt down by Hanuman. After its king, Ravana was killed by Rama with the help of Ravana's brother Vibhishana, the latter was crowned king of Lankapura. His descendants were said to still rule the kingdom during the period of the Pandavas. According to the Mahabharata, the Pandava Sahadeva visited this kingdom during his southern military campaign for the rajasuya of Yudhishthira. The palaces of Ravana were said to be guarded by four-tusked elephants.

Pronunciation examples for Lanka
1. In Sri Lanka,
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2. MATT LANKES: I'm sorry?
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3. MATT LANKES: You mean--
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4. MATT LANKES: Actually yes.
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5. MATT LANKES: It's easy.
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Examples of use of Lanka
1. Mouhssine Ennaimi, Jaffna Depuis 2001, la Norv';ge est l‘intermédiaire de paix au Sri Lanka.
2. "C‘est ce que montre l‘expérience d‘autres pays comme le Sri Lanka.
3. En Asie: Bangladesh, Cambodge, Indonésie, Macao, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam. 3.
4. Comme ministre des Affaires étrangères, Micheline Calmy–Rey se déplaça en Thaïlande et au Sri Lanka.
5. Mariette Grange estime nécessaire que le Conseil se saisisse de questions telles que le Sri Lanka.