Gajamukta, aka: Gajamuktā, Gaja-mukta; 2 Definition(s)

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Gajamuktā (गजमुक्ता).—a pearl supposed to be found in the kumbhas or projections on the forehead of an elephant; घर्मजनितपुलकेन लसद्भजमौक्तिकावलिगुणेन वक्षसा (gharmajanitapulakena lasadbhajamauktikāvaliguṇena vakṣasā) Ki.12.4.

Gajamuktā is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms gaja and muktā (मुक्ता). See also (synonyms): gajamauktika.

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary

Gajamuktā (गजमुक्ता).—f.

(-ktā) A pearl, supposed to be found in the head of an elephant. E. gaja, and muktā a pearl.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Shabda-Sagara Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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