Nalini, aka: Nalinī; 4 Definition(s)
Nalinī, (f.) (Sk. nalinī) a pond J. IV, 90; Vism. 84, 17. (Page 348)
nalinī : (f.) a lotus pond.
The kingdom of Vessavana. J.vi.313; but VvA. (339, 340) explains Nalini as a kilanatthana. This agrees with D.iii.202, where mention is made of a Kuvera nalini as one of the beauties of Vessavanas kingdom.
One of the saṃyutta-hastāni (Twenty-six combined Hands).—Nalinī-padmako...
|· Kuvera Nalini||
A name given to Dharani. D.iii.202; DA.iii.968.
|· Nalini Jataka||
See Nalinika Jataka.
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|· Nalinika Jataka||
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