Definition of Pandaram in English:

Pandaram

noun

Hinduism
historical
  • In southern India and Sri Lanka: an ascetic mendicant or low-caste Hindu priest.

Origin

Early 18th century. From Tamil paṇṭāram storehouse, treasury, Saiva devotee, monk or friar (with implication of a holy person, or one in whom merit or treasure abides) from Prakrit bhaṇḍāra and its etymon Sanskrit bhaṇḍāgāra temple treasury.

Pronunciation

Pandaram

/panˈdɑːrəm//pʌnˈdɑːrəm/