Patalamula, aka: Pātālamūla, Patala-mula; 1 Definition(s)


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Pātālamūla (पातालमूल).—the bottom of Pātāla.

Derivable forms: pātālamūlam (पातालमूलम्).

Pātālamūla is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms pātāla and mūla (मूल). See also (synonyms): pātālatala.

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Pātālamūla (पातालमूल).—the centre or gravity; आस्ते पातालमूलस्थः शेषोऽशेषसुतर्चितः (āste pātālamūlasthaḥ śeṣo'śeṣasutarcitaḥ) V. P.2.5.2.

Derivable forms: pātālamūlam (पातालमूलम्).

Pātālamūla is a Sanskrit compound consisting of the terms pātāla and mūla (मूल).

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary
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