Rudrayamale, Rudrayāmale: 1 definition

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[«previous next»] — Rudrayamale in Sanskrit glossary
Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

Rudrayāmale (रुद्रयामले) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—Annapūrṇāpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2039.
—Āpaduddhārakavaca. Ulwar 2049.
—Indrākṣīpañcānga. Ulwar 2051.
—Ugratārākavaca. Ulwar 2053.
—Ugratārāstotra. Ulwar 2057.
—Kālikābhujaṅgaprayāta. Ulwar 2071.
—Kālīpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2075.
—Kālīstavarāja. Ulwar 2082.
—Gaṇapativajrapañjarakavaca. Ulwar 2098.
—Gandhakakalpa. Ulwar 2101.
—Gurupañcāṅga. Ulwar 2114.
—Caṇḍikāhṛdaya. Ulwar 2126.
—Citraguptakavaca. Ulwar 2130.
—Chāgādibalidānavidhi. Ulwar 2131.
—Chinnamastāpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2132.
—Jvālāmukhīpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2137.
—Tārākavaca. Ulwar 2144.
—Tārāpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2145.
—Tārāsahasranāman. Ulwar 2147.
—Trikūṭārahasya. Ulwar 2149.
—Devīrahasya. Ulwar 2184.
—Dhātukriyā. Ulwar 1637.
—Navārṇapañcāṅga. Ulwar 2189.
—Nṛsiṃhapañcāṅga. Ulwar 2202.
—Pratyaṅgirāpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2224.
—Bhavānīpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2245.
—Bhavānīsahasranāman. Ulwar 2246.
—Bhuvaneśvarīpañcāṅga. Ulwar 2249.
—Bhuvaneśvarīrahasya. Ulwar 2251.
—Bhuvaneśvarīstotra Trailokyamaṅgala. Ulwar 2254.
—Bhairavastotra. Ulwar 2258.
—Meghamālā. Ulwar 1911.
—Yoginīdaśāntardaśopadaśāvidaśāvibhāga. Ulwar 1923.
—Yogeśvarīsahasranāman. Ulwar 2304.
—Rasakalpa. Ulwar 1659.
—Rādhāsahasranāman. Ulwar 2310.
—Lakṣmīnārāyaṇakavaca. Ulwar 2329.
—Lakṣmīnārāyaṇapaddhati. Ulwar 2331.
—Lakṣmīnārāyaṇasahasranāman. Ulwar 2332.
—Śivakavaca. Ulwar 2388.
—Samaravijaya. Ulwar 1991.
—Sumukhīstotra. Ulwar 2435.
—Sūryapañcāṅga. Ulwar 2437.

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Sanskrit, also spelled संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam), is an ancient language of India commonly seen as the grandmother of the Indo-European language family (even English!). Closely allied with Prakrit and Pali, Sanskrit is more exhaustive in both grammar and terms and has the most extensive collection of literature in the world, greatly surpassing its sister-languages Greek and Latin.

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