Lochanotsava: alternative spelling

Lochanotsava is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Locanotsava, 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.

Lochanotsava can further be alternatively spelled as Lochana-utsava.

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Utsava
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Mahotsava
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Dipotsava
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Vasantotsava
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Utsavavigraha
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Indrotsava
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Prabodhotsava
Prabodhotsava (प्रबोधोत्सव).—Name of a festival observed from the tenth to the day of full-moon...
Yatrotsava
Yātrotsava (यात्रोत्सव) is the name of a festival that once existed in ancient Kashmir (Ka...
Rasotsava
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Utsavasanketa
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Vitatotsava
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Nayanotsava
Nayanotsava (नयनोत्सव).—1) a lamp. 2) delight of the eyes. 3) any lovely object. Derivable form...
Baddhotsava
Baddhotsava (बद्धोत्सव).—a. enjoying or observing a festival or holiday. Baddhotsava is a Sansk...
Kokilotsava
Kokilotsava (कोकिलोत्सव).—the mango tree. Derivable forms: kokilotsavaḥ (कोकिलोत्सवः), kokilots...
Utsavabera
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