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Vajra
Vajra (वज्र).—The great grandson of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa. He became the king of Mathurā when...
Cakra
Cakra (चक्र):—The chariot (ratha) has, as a rule, two wheels (cakra), to which referen...
Daṇḍa
Daṇḍa (दण्ड).—A staff carried by those in the renounced order of life, sannyāsīs.
Gadā
Gada (गद, “illness”) is meant to indicate other kinds of disability also; so tha...
Yama
Yama (यम, “forbearance”) is a Sanskrit word referring to “respect for othe...
Paraśurāma
1a) Paraśurāma (परशुराम).—A Siddha: the 16th avatār of Viṣṇu; a foe of the Haihayas; rid ...
Musala
Musala is the name of the Indian woon pestle, which is an ordinary cylindrical rod of hard w...
Pāśa
Pāśa (Noose) - The 3 bonds that bind us to the cycle of rebirth – avidya (ignorance) k...
Aṅkuśa
Aṅkuśa (Elephant Goad) - Incentive to continue in spiritual practice and the application of ...
Aghora
1) Aghora (अघोर):—One of the five aspects of Śiva, known collectively as the Pañchabra...
Khaḍga
Khaḍga (खड्ग) is the reading in the Maitrāyaṇī Saṃhitā of the name of an animal which, in th...
Bhava
Bhāva (भाव) is a Sanskrit technical term referring to “state” (eg. permanent, in...
Śaṅkha
Śaṅkha (शङ्ख, “conchshell”) is a Sanskrit word referring to a musical instrument...
Sudarśana
Sudarśana (सुदर्शन) is a Sanskrit technical term referring to a type of temple (prāsāda) cla...
Durga
Durga (दुर्ग, ‘hard to approach’) occurs in the Rigveda as a neuter substantive ...

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