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(ARMS)

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Armor Arms
The subject naturally divides itself into-- I. Offensive weapons: Arms. II. Defensive weapons: ...
Vajra
Vajra (वज्र).—The great grandson of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa. He became the king of Mathurā when...
Armour
is employed in the English Bible to denote military equipment, both offensive and defensive. ...
Cakra
Cakra (चक्र):—The chariot (ratha) has, as a rule, two wheels (cakra), to which referen...
Āgneyāstra
Āgneyāstra (आग्नेयास्त्र).—A powerful weapon belonging to the demigod Agni. Arjuna rec...
Āyudha
Ayudha generally translates to weapons; but, in shilpa-sastra, the term indicates whatever o...
Sataghni
A thick, stick-like growth in the throat, studded over with fleshy papillae and attended wit...
Pāśupatāstra
Pāśupatāstra (पाशुपतास्त्र).—The ultimate weapon of Lord Śiva. This weapon was used by...
Vajrayudha
On the day Murukan was born, Intiran became his enemy and tried to destroy him with his Vacc...
Daṇḍa
Daṇḍa (दण्ड).—A staff carried by those in the renounced order of life, sannyāsīs.
Musala
Musala is the name of the Indian woon pestle, which is an ordinary cylindrical rod of hard w...
Ox Goad
mentioned only in Judges 3:31 , the weapon with which Shamgar (q.v.) slew six hundred Philistin...
Brahmāstra
Brahmāstra (ब्रह्‍मास्‍त्र): A divine weapon, irresistible, one given (=created) by ...
Dhanus
Dhanus (धनुस्, the ‘bow’), frequently mentioned in the Rigveda and later, was th...
Aghora
1) Aghora (अघोर):—One of the five aspects of Śiva, known collectively as the Pañchabra...

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