Oshadhinatha, aka: Oṣadhinātha, Oshadhi-natha, Oṣadhīnātha; 1 Definition(s)

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The Sanskrit terms Oṣadhinātha and Oṣadhīnātha can be transliterated into English as Osadhinatha or Oshadhinatha, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

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Oṣadhinātha (ओषधिनाथ) or Oṣadhīnātha (ओषधीनाथ).—the moon (as presiding over and feeding plants); cf. पुष्णामि चौषधीः सर्वाः सोमो भूत्वा रसात्मकः (puṣṇāmi cauṣadhīḥ sarvāḥ somo bhūtvā rasātmakaḥ) Bg.15.13; R.2.73; Ku.7.1; Ś.4.2.

Derivable forms: oṣadhināthaḥ (ओषधिनाथः), oṣadhīnāthaḥ (ओषधीनाथः).

Oṣadhinātha is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms oṣadhi and nātha (नाथ). See also (synonyms): oṣadhyīśa, oṣadhigarbha.

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
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