Aranyaparvan, Araṇyaparvan, Aranya-parvan, Āraṇyaparvan: 3 definitions
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Sanskrit dictionarySource: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
Araṇyaparvan (अरण्यपर्वन्).—Name of the first section of the Mb.
Araṇyaparvan is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms araṇya and parvan (पर्वन्).
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Āraṇyaparvan (आरण्यपर्वन्).—n. Name of the third book of the Mahābhārata, usually called Vana-Parvan.
Āraṇyaparvan is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms āraṇya and parvan (पर्वन्).Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
1) Araṇyaparvan (अरण्यपर्वन्):—[=araṇya-parvan] [from araṇya] n. Name of the first section of [Mahābhārata iii.]
2) Āraṇyaparvan (आरण्यपर्वन्):—[=āraṇya-parvan] [from āraṇya] n. the first section (Adhyāyas 1-10) of the third book of the Mahābhārata (= araṇya).
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