What's the Sanskrit word for theetu (as used in apara kaaryam) as tamil brahmins say ?.What is the duration of theetu relatives- wise ?

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  • Your question in title asks whats the rules and in body you are asking for sanskrit word for theetu. Mismatching! – Akshay S Feb 9 at 16:58
  • @AkshayS sorry I am a new comer .Will edit – Srinivasan Sundaram Feb 9 at 17:03
  • The sankrt word is Asaucha.It comes from Asuchi. – user17294 Feb 9 at 17:09
  • @KarmanyaNanda tq bro – Srinivasan Sundaram Feb 9 at 17:09
  • @Partha thanks brother.They say naazhigai duration relatives wise.Any idea ? – Srinivasan Sundaram Feb 9 at 17:12

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