Panchaganda aka: Pañchagaṇḍa: alternative spelling

Panchaganda is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Pancaganda, 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.

Panchaganda can further be alternatively spelled as Pañchagaṇḍa, Pancha-ganda and Pañcha-gaṇḍa.

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Ganda
Gaṇḍa (गण्ड).—m. (nt. ? compare also gaṇḍikā and gaṇḍaka), (1) stalk of a plant (in this sense,...
Gandashaila
Gaṇḍaśaila (गण्डशैल).—m. (-laḥ) 1. A rock or rocky fragment fallen from a height thrown down by...
Gandasthala
Gaṇḍasthala (गण्डस्थल).—nf. (-laḥ-lī) The cheek. E. gaṇḍa and sthala place.
Gandamala
Gaṇḍamāla (गण्डमाल) or Gaṇḍamālā (गण्डमाला).—inflammation of the glands of the neck. Derivable ...
Galaganda
Galagaṇḍa (गलगण्ड).—1) enlargement of the glands of the neck. 2) goitre. Derivable forms: galag...
Palaganda
Palagaṇḍa (पलगण्ड).—a plasterer, mason; तक्षाणः पलगण्डाश्च (takṣāṇaḥ palagaṇḍāśca) ...... Śiva ...
Gandakupa
Gaṇḍakūpa (गण्डकूप).—m. (-paḥ) The peak or summit of a mountain.
Vayuganda
Vāyugaṇḍa (वायुगण्ड).—m. (-ṇḍaḥ) Flatulence, indigestion. E. vāyu wind, gaḍi to be a part of, a...
Chatraganda
Chātragaṇḍa (छात्रगण्ड).—m. (-ṇḍaḥ) An indifferent scholar in poetical composition; one citing ...
Asiganda
Asigaṇḍa (असिगण्ड).—m. (-ṇḍaḥ) A small pillow.
Ganda-mada
Gaṇḍa-māḍa.—(EI 5), name of a coin; sometimes specified as ‘small’; also called kārṣāpaṇa, niṣk...
Uttama-ganda-mada
Uttama-gaṇḍa-māḍa.—probably ‘good (i. e. new) gaṇḍamāḍa’ or ‘gaṇḍa-māḍa issued by king Uttama (...
Ganda-nishka
Gaṇḍa-niṣka.—same as gaṇḍa; see māḍa and niṣka. Note: gaṇḍa-niṣka is defined in the “Indian epi...
Panchabrahma
1) The five aspects of Śiva known collectively as the Pañchabrahmās and whose individual nam...
Ashvapati-Gajapati-Narapati-muvaru-rayara-ganda
Aśvapati-Gajapati-Narapati-mūvaru-rāyara-gaṇḍa.—(IE 8-2), title of the Vijayanagara kings; Kann...

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