Bell, 2 Definition(s)
The bells first mentioned in Scripture are the small golden bells attached to the hem of the high priest's ephod ( Exodus 28:33 Exodus 28:34 Exodus 28:35 ). The "bells of the horses" mentioned by ( Zechariah 14:20 ) were attached to the bridles or belts round the necks of horses trained for war, so as to accustom them to noise and tumult.
Ghaṇṭā (Bell) - Impermanence. The phenomenal world which is impermanent and evanescent. Crea...
Kāṃsya (कांस्य).—Fit to be a milking vessel and for a gift with a cow.** Matsya-purāṇa 16...
The word Dhātu is derived from the verb Dhrī, which means to support. There are 7 Dhātus whi...
1a) Vimala (विमल).—A son of Sudyumna and a Lord of Dakṣiṇāpatha.** Bhāgavata-purāṇa IX. 1...
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Laśuna (लशुन) is a Sanskrit technical term referring to the ‘chest-and-shoulder’...
Visuddhi, (f.) (vi+suddhi) brightness, splendour, excellency; (ethically) purity, holiness, sa...
Maṇḍapa (सुभद्र) is a Sanskrit technical term referring to a “halls attached to the te...
Padmakośa (पद्मकोश, “lotus-bud”).—A type of gesture (āṅgika) made with a s...
Udāra (उदार) is a Sanskrit word referring to “exalted”, “upright” or...
Ārati (आरति).—A ceremony in which one greets and worships the Lord in the Deity form o...
Gaṇḍikā, (f.) (a-n. formation from gaṇḍa or gaṇṭha, see also gaṇṭhikā)—1. a stalk, a shaft (cp....
Dhaniya, =dhanika Vin.I, 76. (Page 335) — or — Dhāniya, (adj.) (Sk. dhānya, cp. dhañña2) wealth...
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