Imambarah



[ih-mahm-bah-rah] /ɪˌmɑmˈbɑ rɑ/

noun, Islam. (in India)
1.
a building, rooms, etc., used by Shiʿites for ceremonies, especially during the first 10 days of Muharram.
2.
a large tomb.

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