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· Armor Arms
The subject naturally divides itself into-- I. Offensive weapons: Arms. II. Defe...
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· Vajra
(Sanskrit; Tibetan rdo rje, "diamond" or "thunderbolt). Double he...
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· Armour
is employed in the English Bible to denote military equipment, both offensive an...
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· Sataghni
1) The disease in which, through the concerted action of the deranged Váyu, P...
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· Vajrayudha
Vajrayudha (वज्रयुद्ध): The weapon with which Indra killed Visvarupa on suspicio...
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· Musala
musala : (m.) a pestle.
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· Aghora
The male deity or epithet aghora plays an importa nt role already in pre-tant...
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· Āgneyāstra
Āgneyāstra (आग्नेयास्त्र): Āgneyāstra is the fire weapon, incepted by God Agni, ...
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· Ox Goad
mentioned only in Judges 3:31 , the weapon with which Shamgar (q.v.) slew six hu...
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· Brahmāstra
Brahmāstra (ब्रह्‍मास्‍त्र): A divine weapon, irresistible, one given...
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· 108 names of Durgā
108 names of Durga [Śiva speaks] O Pārvatī, the One Who has a lotus-like ...
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· Daṇḍa
daṇḍa : (m.) 1. a stem, stick, cudgel, walking stick, timber (in general), 2. a ...
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· Droṇa
Droṇa (द्रोण): A Brāhman discovered by Bhīshma, Son of a Brahmana named Bharadwā...
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· Phalaka
phalaka : (m.; nt.) a board; plank; a shied. || phālaka (m.) one who splits or b...
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· Artillery
1 Samuel 20:40 , (Heb. keli, meaning "apparatus;" here meaning collectively any ...
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