Kachapasha aka: Kachapāśa: alternative spelling
Kachapasha is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Kacapasha, 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.
Kachapasha can further be alternatively spelled as Kacha-pāśa, Kacha-pasa, Kacha-pasha, Kachapāśa and Kachapasa.
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Keśapāśa (केशपाश).—m. (-śaḥ) Much or ornamented hair. f. (-śī) A lock of hair on the top of the...
Kālapāśa (कालपाश).—m. (-śaḥ) The noose of Yama or death. E. kāla, and pāśa a noose.
Pādapāśa (पादपाश).—m. (-śaḥ) 1. A foot-rope for cattle or horses. 2. An anklet of small bells, ...
Pāśabandha (पाशबन्ध).—n. (-ndhaṃ) A noose, a snare, a halter, a net, &c. E. pāśa, and bandh...
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Aṅkapāśa (अङ्कपाश).—[aṅkaḥ pāśa iva bandhaneneva pātanaheturyatra Tv.] an operation in arithmet...
Kacapāśa (कचपाश).—m. (-śaḥ) See the preceding.
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Brahmapāśa (ब्रह्मपाश).—Name of a missile presided over by Brahman; अबध्नादपरिस्कन्दं ब्रह्मपाश...
Vaidikapāśa (वैदिकपाश).—m. (-śaḥ) One who possesses only a smattering knowledge of the Vedas.
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Vaiyākaraṇapāśa (वैयाकरणपाश).—m. (-śaḥ) A bad grammarian.
Kūṭapāśa (कूटपाश).—a trap, snare, समाधिभीतेन किलोपनीतः पञ्चाप्सरोयौवन- कूटबन्धम् (samādhibhīten...
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