Shangri-la


Shan·gri–la

noun \ˌshaŋ-gri-ˈlä\

Definition of SHANGRI-LA

1
:  a remote beautiful imaginary place where life approaches perfection :  utopia
2
:  a remote usually idyllic hideaway

Origin of SHANGRI-LA

Shangri-La, imaginary land depicted in the novel Lost Horizon (1933) by James Hilton
First Known Use: 1937

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