Nirnayamrita, Nirṇayāmṛta: 3 definitions


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The Sanskrit term Nirṇayāmṛta can be transliterated into English as Nirnayamrta or Nirnayamrita, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Nirṇayāmṛta (निर्णयामृत) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—[dharma] Kāṭm. 3. Rādh. 18. Quoted by Hemādri, by Raghunandana, by Puruṣottama Oxf. 274^a, by Nṛsiṃha Oxf. 286^a, in Saṃskārakaustubha, Smṛtyarthasāgara, and by Nīlakaṇṭha.
—by Allāḍanātha. Io. 1430. W. p. 331. L. 279. 1707. Khn. 74. K. 182. Kh. 74. B. 3, 100. Ben. 137. 138. NW. 74. Oudh. Xiii, 70. Xviii, 50. Np. Ii, 144. Burnell. 130^b. P. 11. Oppert. Ii, 4686. Bp. 49. 298. 348. He quotes Hemādri, the Kālādarśa, Smṛtyarthasāra, Smṛticandrikā, Sakalapurāṇasamuccaya, Durgotsava, Rāmakautuka, Saṃvatsarapradīpa, Bhojarājīya, Devadāsīya, Rūpanārāyaṇīya, Vidyābhaṭṭapaddhati, Mahādevīya.
—attributed to Gopīnārāyaṇa. Bik. 426. Poona. 153 -56. Ii, 281.

2) Nirṇayāmṛta (निर्णयामृत):—by Allāḍanātha. Fl. 431. Oudh. Xxi, 108. Peters. 4, 8. Rgb. 227 (inc.). Stein 93.

3) Nirṇayāmṛta (निर्णयामृत):—by Allāḍanātha, son of Lakṣmaṇa. Ulwar 1372.
—by Gopīnārāyaṇa, son of Lakṣmaṇa. Cs. 2, 86 (Śrāddhaprakaraṇa and Āśaucaprakaraṇa).

4) Nirṇayāmṛta (निर्णयामृत):—by Allāḍanātha, son of Siddha Lakṣmaṇa. As p. 93. L.. 500. Peters. 5, 122.
—by Rāmacandra. Hr. Notices Vol. Xi, Pref. p. 4.

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

Nirṇayāmṛta (निर्णयामृत):—[=nir-ṇayāmṛta] [from nir-ṇaya > nir-ṇī] n. Name of [work]

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Nirnayamrita in German

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