Hemaka Puccha; 1 Definition(s)

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Hemaka Puccha means something in Buddhism, Pali. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.

In Buddhism

Theravada (major branch of Buddhism)

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The questions asked of the Buddha by Hemaka. SN.1084-7.

Source: Pali Kanon: Pali Proper Names
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Theravāda is a major branch of Buddhism having the the Pali canon (tipitaka) as their canonical literature, which includes the vinaya-pitaka (monastic rules), the sutta-pitaka (Buddhist sermons) and the abhidhamma-pitaka (philosophy and psychology).

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Puccha
Puccha (पुच्छ).—mn. (-cchaḥ-cchaṃ) 1. A tail, the tail, the hinder part. 2. A horse’s tail. 3. ...
Gopuccha
Gopuccha (गोपुच्छ).—m. (-cchaḥ) 1. A cowtail. 2. A sort of necklace, one of four or thirty-four...
Hemaka
Hemaka (हेमक).—Gold.Derivable forms: hemakam (हेमकम्).
Hastapuccha
Hastapuccha (हस्तपुच्छ).—n. (-cchaṃ) The hand below the wrist. E. hasta the hand, puccha tail.
Vyaghrapuccha
Vyāghrapuccha (व्याघ्रपुच्छ).—m. (-cchaḥ) The castor-oil tree, (Palma Christi, or Ricinus commu...
Kolapuccha
Kolapuccha (कोलपुच्छ).—m. (-cchaḥ) A heron. E. kola a hog, puccha a tail; hogtailed.
Pucchakantaka
Pucchakaṇṭaka (पुच्छकण्टक).—m. (-kaḥ) A scorpion. “vṛścike” .
Agnipuccha
Agnipuccha (अग्निपुच्छ).—[agneḥ agnyādhānasthānasya puccha iva]. tail or back part of the sacri...
Vyastapuccha
Vyastapuccha (व्यस्तपुच्छ).—a. having an extended tail. Vyastapuccha is a Sanskrit compound con...
Vrittapuccha
Vṛttapucchā (वृत्तपुच्छा).—a kind of skin (carmajāti) possessing a round tail; Kau. A.2.11. Vṛt...
Shikhipuccha
Śikhipuccha (शिखिपुच्छ).—a peacock's tail. Derivable forms: śikhipuccham (शिखिपुच्छम्).Śikhipuc...
Dirghapuccha
Dīrghapuccha (दीर्घपुच्छ).—a serpent. Derivable forms: dīrghapucchaḥ (दीर्घपुच्छः).Dīrghapuccha...
Camarapuccha
Camarapuccha (चमरपुच्छ).—the tail of Chamara used as a fan. -cchaḥ a squirrel.Derivable forms: ...
Pucchajaha
Pucchajāha (पुच्छजाह).—the root of the tail.Derivable forms: pucchajāham (पुच्छजाहम्).Pucchajāh...
Kakapuccha
Kākapuccha (काकपुच्छ).—the [Indian] cuckoo. Derivable forms: kākapucchaḥ (काकपुच्छः).Kākapuccha...

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