Kashinatha, Kāśinātha, Kāśīnātha, Kashi-natha: 9 definitions

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The Sanskrit terms Kāśinātha and Kāśīnātha can be transliterated into English as Kasinatha or Kashinatha, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

India history and geography

Source: Shodhganga: a concise history of Sanskrit Chanda literature (history)

Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ) or Kāśīnātha Sāmudrikācārya is the grandfather of Cirañjīva Bhaṭṭācārya (18th century): credited with a text named Vṛttaratnāvalī. Cirañjīva was the son of Śatāvadhāna Rāghavendra, grandson of Kāśīnātha Sāmudrikācārya and disciple of Raghudeva Nyāyālaṅkāra.

Source: Shodhganga: The Kavyavilasa of Ciranjiva Bhattacarya (history)

Kāśinātha is the grandfather of Cirañjīva Bhaṭṭācārya (fl. 17th century), author of the Kāvyavilāsa.—Kāśinātha was born to Dakṣa. Kāśinātha was a famous soothsayer or sāmudrakācarya of his time who could tell the past and future of persons by simply looking at them. He had three sons—Rājendra, Rāghavendra and Mahendra or Mahesh.

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Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary

Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ).—an epithet of Śiva.

Derivable forms: kāśīnāthaḥ (काशीनाथः).

Kāśīnātha is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms kāśī and nātha (नाथ).

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

Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ).—m.

(-thaḥ) A name of Siva. E. kāśī Kasi or Benares, and bhāva lord or master.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—kāśīnātha, son of Kṛṣṇadatta, father of Balabhadra (Mahānāṭakaṭīkā). Bp. 357.

2) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—son of Balabhadra, grandson of Sarvānandamiśra, father of Candravandya, father of Śivarāma, father of Raghunātha (Sāṃkhyatattvavilāsa). Hall. p. 7.

3) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Ajīrṇamañjarī or Amṛtamañjarī med. B. 2, 70 (kāvya). 4, 216. Ben. 63 (Kāśīrāja). Bik. 627. NW. 592 (Kāśīrāja). Peters. 2, 195. Kāśīnāthī med. B. 4, 220. Gūḍhārthadīpikā Śārṅgadharasaṃhitāṭīkā. W. p. 286 (Kāśīrāja). [Oudh 1876-1877], 32 (Kāśīrāma). Xi, 34 Kāśīrāma). Rasakalpalatā med. NW. 592.

Kāśīnātha has the following synonyms: Kāśīrāja, Kāśīrāma.

4) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—a descendant of Yajñamūrti, a Tailaṅga: Asiddhinirūpaṇavyākhyā [nyāya] Hall. p. 54. Tattvacintāmaṇidīdhitivyākhyā Asiddhigranthātmikā. Ben. 174.

5) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Kāśikā Amarakośaṭīkā. B. 3, 36.

6) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Kirātārjunīyaṭīkā. Kh. 65. Sārasvatabhāṣya [grammatical] Kh. 70. Rādh. 10.

7) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Jyotiṣasaṃgraha. [Mackenzie Collection] 121.

8) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—composed under king Kṛṣṇacandra of Nadiyā: Tārabhaktitaraṅgiṇī. L. 1607. Oudh. Xviii, 84. 86.

9) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Prakriyāsāra [grammatical] K. 84. Śiśubodha [grammatical] Kāśīn. 18. Oudh. Xiii, 78 ([nyāya]).

10) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Praśnapradīpa or Praśnadīpikā jy. Lagnacandrikā. Śīghrabodha.

11) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Yaduvaṃśakāvya. Peters. 3, 395.

12) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Rāmacarita mahākāvya. Io. 1184.

13) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Vṛndāvanayamakaṭīkā. Kāvyamālā.

14) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Vairāgyapañcāśīti vedānta. Oudh. Xi, 16.

15) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Śivabhaktisudhārṇava. Proceed. Asb. 1869, 136.

16) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Śrāddhakalpa. K. 198.

17) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Saṃvatsaraprakaraṇa jy. L. 2793.

18) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Saṃkṣiptakādambarī. Io. 866.

19) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Sūtrapāda, vedānta. Oppert. 2733.

20) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—son of Ananta, nephew of Yajñeśvara, grandson of Kāśyupādhyāya, compiled in 1791: Dharmasindhusāra. Prāyaścittenduśekhara. B. 3, 110. Vedastutiṭīkā. Oudh. Xvii, 10.

21) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Jātakaratna.

22) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Dhātumañjarī.

23) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Bhāgavatavyavasthā.

24) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Bhairavāṣṭaka.

25) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Mahārudrapaddhati.

26) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Vaidyakapaddhati. See Kāśīnāthapaddhati.

27) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—composed in 1736: Laṅghanapathyanirṇaya med.

28) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Prakriyākaumudīṭīkā, called Sāra.

29) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Śaktipūjātaraṅgiṇī.

30) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—Ṣaṭtriṃśatikā jy.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

1) Kāśinātha (काशिनाथ):—[=kāśi-nātha] [from kāśi > kāś] m. Name of a man.

2) Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—[=kāśī-nātha] [from kāśī > kāś] m. ‘lord of Benares’, Name of Śiva, [cf. Lexicographers, esp. such as amarasiṃha, halāyudha, hemacandra, etc.]

3) [v.s. ...] of several men

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Yates Sanskrit-English Dictionary

Kāśīnātha (काशीनाथ):—[kāśī-nātha] (thaḥ) 1. m. Shiva.

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