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Use "raths" in a sentence
"Thousands of devotees pulled specially made chariots called raths in a grand procession."
"State cabinet spokesman and Health and Tourism Minister Jaynarayan Vyas and Minister for Youth and Cultural Affairs Fakirbhai Vaghela said the special "raths" by converting the tractors would visit every village carrying with them the saga of the State's development since its inception and would be preceded by village-level competitions and various programmes to create an awareness among the rural masses about the progress of the State."
"Called modern-day 'raths', the chariots that once drove fighters to battle, these converted caravans equipped with all facilities are helping top politicians ride the campaign trail in the gruelling elections."