Chinamshuka aka: Chīnāṃśuka: alternative spelling

Chinamshuka is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Cinamshuka, which is defined according to Hinduism, Sanskrit. 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.

Chinamshuka can further be alternatively spelled as Chīnāṃśuka, Chinamsuka, China-amshuka, Chīna-aṃśuka and China-amsuka.

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Cinamshuka
Cīnāṃśuka (चीनांशुक) is used for silk imported from China and was once commonly used by craftsm...
Amshuka
Aṃśuka (अंशुक).—[aṃśavaḥ sūtrāṇi biṣayo yasya; aṃśu ṛśyādi° ka]1) A cloth, garment in general; ...
Amshuka-bhandara-karana
Aṃśuka-bhāṇḍāra-karaṇa.—cf. karaṇa (LP); the department of clothes. Note: aṃśuka-bhāṇḍāra-karaṇ...
Stanamshuka
Stanāṃśuka (स्तनांशुक).—a cloth covering the breasts or bosom, breastmantle. Derivable forms: s...
Vajramshuka
Vajrāṃśuka (वज्रांशुक).—cloth marked with various patterns. Derivable forms: vajrāṃśukam (वज्रा...
Dhvajamshuka
Dhvajāṃśuka (ध्वजांशुक).—a flag; तमाधूतध्वजपटं व्योमगङ्गोर्मिवायुभिः (tamādhūtadhvajapaṭaṃ vyom...
Pattamshuka
Paṭṭāṃśuka (पट्टांशुक).—1) a silk cloth. 2) an upper or outer garment. Derivable forms: paṭṭāṃś...
Patakamshuka
Patākāṃśuka (पताकांशुक).—a flag. Derivable forms: patākāṃśukam (पताकांशुकम्).Patākāṃśuka is a S...
Amritamshuka
Amṛtāṃśuka (अमृतांशुक).—An interior variety of gems having white rays, Kau. A.2.11. Derivable f...
Nandi
1) Nandī (नन्दी).—A Deva Gandharva. He was present at the birth celebration of Arjuna. (Mahābhā...
Sudarshana
Sudarśana (सुदर्शन) is the name of a gambler from Viyogapura, according to the Kathāsaritsāgara...
Japa
Japa (जप, “recitation”).—There are three kinds of japa: reciting in oneʼs mind,in a low voice, ...
Soma
Soma.—(IE 7-1-2), ‘one’. Note: soma is defined in the “Indian epigraphical glossary” as it can ...
Avalokiteshvara
Avalokiteśvara (अवलोकितेश्वर).—Name of a Boddhisattva worshipped by the northern Buddhists.Deri...
Cina
Cīna refers to an ancient district or cultural territory, as mentioned in the 7th-century Mudrā...

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