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Vajra
1a) Vajra (वज्र).—Indra's thunderbolt; a weapon shaped out of Dadhīci's limbs by Viśvakar...
Cakra
Cakra (चक्र):—The chariot (ratha) has, as a rule, two wheels (cakra), to which referen...
Daṇḍa
Daṇḍa (दण्ड, “shaft”).—Part of the pillar (stambha);—The shaft is th...
Gadā
1a) Gada (गद).—A son of Kṛṣṇa1 who was stationed at the western gate of Mathurā for defe...
Paraśurāma
Paraśurāma (परशुराम, “warrior with the axe”) is a Sanskrit word referring to one...
Yama
Yama (यम, “forbearance”) is a Sanskrit word referring to “respect for othe...
Musala
Musala is the name of the Indian woon pestle, which is an ordinary cylindrical rod of hard w...
Aghora
Aghora (अघोर).—The form of Maheśvara in the 32nd kalpa, all black.** Vāyu-purāṇa 23. 29, ...
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 ...
Āgneyāstra
Āgneyāstra (आग्नेयास्त्र).—Given to Sagara by Bhārgava (Aurva).** Vāyu-purāṇa 88. 124 and...
Bhava
Bhāva (भाव).—A.B. Keith translates this word as ‘feeling’ or ‘emotio...
Khaḍga
Khaḍga (खड्ग) is the reading in the Maitrāyaṇī Saṃhitā of the name of an animal which, in th...
Sudarśana
1a) Sudarśana (सुदर्शन).—A weapon of Kṛṣṇa, known as Cakra;1 reached Kṛṣṇa when Mathurā ...
Durga
1) Durga (दुर्ग).—Fortified places unknown under Pṛthu; six kinds of: Giridurga is the be...

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