Charitartha aka: Charitārtha: alternative spelling

Charitartha is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Caritartha, which is defined according to Hinduism, Sanskrit, Marathi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this or the alternative page.

Charitartha can further be alternatively spelled as Charita-artha and Charitārtha.

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Artha
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Siddhartha
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Padartha
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Arthapatti
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Purushartha
Puruṣārtha (पुरुषार्थ, “renunciation”) refers to the concept of “four ends of life”.—These four...
Paramartha
Paramārtha (परमार्थ).—1) the highest or most sublime truth, true spiritual knowledge, knowledge...
Arthashastra
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Svartha
Svārtha (स्वार्थ, “for oneself”) or Svārthānumāna refers to one of the two divisions of anumāna...
Parartha
Parārtha (परार्थ, “syllogism”) or Parārthānumāna refers to “inference intended for another” and...
Gudhartha
Gūḍhārtha (गूढार्थ).—a. having a hidden meaning (cf. °candrikā-tattvadīpikā-dīpikā &c. Name of ...
Bhavartha
Bhāvārtha (भावार्थ).—1) the obvious meaning or import (of a word, phrase &c.). 2) the subject m...
Vakyartha
Vākyārtha (वाक्यार्थ).—1) the meaning of a sentence. 2) (in Mīmāṃsā) the sense of a sentence de...
Caritartha
Caritārtha (चरितार्थ).—a. 1) that has accomplished its end or desired object, successful; राम- ...
Nishcitartha
Niścitārtha (निश्चितार्थ).—n. of a former Buddha: Mv i.136.17.
Ekartha
Ekārtha (एकार्थ).—a. 1) having one and the same meaning, having the same object in view; राजन्य...

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