||On the name "Sairindhree"
||gulliver (Authenticated as gulliver)
||May 1, 2005 at 12:25:46 PM
The Bengali Hindu female name "Sairindhree" is inspired from the name adopted by the Pandava queen Draupadi on their final year of (incognito) exile , according to the Hindu epic , the Mahabharata. "Sairindhree" means someone who is a good cook, an excellent domestic help and a chaste woman, with high moral virtue. This name is popular in Eastern India.
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- On the name "Sairindhree" - gulliver May 1 2005, 12:25:46 PM