The indeclinable root is
made Rebus or sounds
like ( asta = asita = sita)
(camara = kamara)
(asva = azva) , vya (said
to be an abbreviated
form of %{a-vyaya}) a
technical symbol for
indeclinables such as
%{ni} , %{cit} ,
%{svar} ,
Sita (Black) the written word is born with an inverse rule
from sita (unbound) as asavyavasta mfn. (%{sta} for
%{
sita}? , %{sI}) , not tied or fastened A1s3vS3r.
and asita (White) becomes asita (bound) as vyavasta mfn. =
%{vy-av
asita} , Divya4v. ; bound (?) A1s3vS3r. (Sch.)
sita 1 mfn. (for 2. see below ; for 3. p. 1214 , col. 2) bound ,
tied , fettered RV. &c.
asita 1 mfn. unbound TS. vii S3Br. xiv.
vyasta is the third and fourth glyph, right side, top seal, written left to
right vy-asta ; mfn. cut in pieces , dismembered (said of Vr2itra) RV.
i , 32 , 7 torn asunder , gaping TPra1t. ; MBh. &c. ; multiplied ,
various , manifold Prab. Ka1vya7d. ; (in gram.) a simple or
uncompounded word W.  %{-rAtriM-diva} mfn. dividing or
separating night and day MW. ; %{-vidhi} m. inverted rule , any rule
for inversion Col. ; %{-vRtti} mfn.
(a word) whose proper force or
meaning is changed or altered
Ragh. xi , 73. [1035,2]
Vyasta is the first and second glyph, right side ,top tablet, bottom
writting and second and third , bottom tablet, right side.
Sita is
described as
the daughter
of the earth
goddess
Bhumi  
husband of
Varaha.
bhUti existence , being L. ; wellbeing , thriving , prosperity , might , power , wealth , fortune RV. &c. &c. ;of
the wife of Ruci or Kavi and the mother of Manu
Bhautya Hariv. VP. ;

mAdhava mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{madhu} ; f. %{A} only in %{mAdhavA} [= %{madhavyA}] %{tanUH} Pa1n2.
4-4 , 129 Sch.) relating to spring , vernal Hariv. Vikr. Katha1s. ; belonging or peculiar to the descendants of
Madhu i.e. the Ya1davas Hariv. ; representing Kr2ishna (as a picture) Hcat. ; M. N. of the second month of
spring (more usually called
Vais3a1kha , = April-May) TS. &c. &c. spring Ka1v. Pan5car.  a son or descendant
of Madhu ,
a man of the race of Yadu (sg. esp. N. of Kr2ishn2a-Vishn2u or of Paras3u-ra1ma as an incarnation
of this god ; pl. the
Ya1davas or Vr2ishn2is) MBh. R. Hariv. BhP. of one of the 7 sages under Manu Bhautya
Ma1rkP. ; of the hero of Bhava-bhu1ti's drama Ma1lati1-ma1dhava ; of various other men Katha1s. Hit. &c. ;

     
The Unicorn (Gotra) seal below of a Brahaman of the race of Yadu.
                             The ti from Bhuti is from tiSya the constellation Cancer.           
Vaisakha
First and
second
glyph bhUti
bhautya m.
(fr.
%{bhUti})
N. of a
Manu.
bharata m. `" to be or
being maintained "'N. of
Agni (kept alive by the
care of men) RV. Br.
Kaus3.of a Manu (who
gave the name to the
country Bha1rata) ib. ;
of a son of Manu

Bhautya
Ma1rkP. ;
The bottom three tablets and one above first glyph right side
catur-vyApin mfn. relating to 4 (persons)  four mind-born
sons of Brahma {sanaka  Sana , Sanatkuma1ra , and
sa-nandana }
sa-nandana
bhU-ti
Bhumi-deva
I made the page below 5 years ago Pausha =  tiSya m. N. of a heavenly
archer (like Kr2is3a1nu) and of the 6th Nakshatra of the old or 8th of
the new order RV. v , 54 , 13 ; x , 64 , 8 TS. (%{-Sya4}) &c. ; the month
Pausha L. ; Terminalia tomentosa L. ; = %{-SyA} L. ; (Pa1n2. 4-3 , 34 ;
i , 2 , 63 Ka1s3.) `" born under the asterism TñTerminalia "' , a
common N. of men Buddh. (cf. %{upa-}) ; n. (m. L.) the 4th or present
age MBh. vi Hariv. 3019 ; mfn. auspicious , fortunate W. ; (%{A}) f.
Emblic Myrobalan L.
(5) Kaśyapa, and Manus-In astronomy, 7th
Manu period is running and 7 more are yet to
come. These are periods of geological changes
which has been also described in pur�ņas
and Vedas. But in historic era, all 14 Manus
have passed. There were 7 main Manus and
their 7 cousins, called S�varņi in same
periods-

Sl. No.                       Main
Manu                             SÄ�varņi Manu
1.                         
SvÄ�yambhuva                                        Meru
S�varņi
2.                         
SvÄ�rochiÅŸa                                             
Dakśa S�varņi
3.                         
Uttama                                                  Brahma
S�varņi (Kaśyapa)
4.                         
TÄ�masa                                                 
Dharma S�varņi

5.                          
Raivata                                                Rudra
S�varņi

6.                         ChÄ�kÅ›
uÅŸa                                                Rauchya

7.                        
Vaivasvata                                             
Bhautya

Brahm�ņɖa pur�ņa (1/2/36/65) tells
that 4 Manus- Sv�rochişa, Uttama,
T�mas, Raivata were descendants of
Priyavrata, elder son of Sv�yambhuva
Manu. Mother of SvÄ�rochiÅŸa was Ä€kÅ
«ti who was daughter of SvÄ�yambhuva
Manu and was married to Ruchi Praj�pati,
father of Rauchya Manu. The other 3 were
sons of Priyavrata. Brahm�ņɖa
pur�ņa (3/4/1/23-24) tells that the other 5
S�varņi Manus were sons of Priy�
(Kriy�), daughter of Dakśa Praj�pati.
Harivamśa pur�ņa (2/15) tells that
Ch�kśuşa Manu was son of Ripu,
grandson of King Dhruva. Almost same exists
in V�yu pur�ņa (4/100, 58/30). Prior to
Vaivasvata Manu, list of kings is scanty. That
gives 52 kings from Sv�yambhuva to
Ch�kśuşa and then 12 kings up to
Vaivasvata Manu. Kaśyapa influence is for 5
generations from Ch�kśuşa Manu to
PÅ—thu, between them came VÅ—, Anga,
Vena.
bhUtitIrthA f. N. of one of the Ma1tr2is attending on , Skanda MBh.
bhUtIzvaratIrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place S3ivaP.
bhArabhUtitIrtha n. N. of a Ti1rtha Cat.
tIrtha n. (rarely m. MBh.) a passage , way , road , ford , stairs for landing or for
descent into a river , bathing-place , place of pilgrimage on the banks of sacred
streams , piece of water RV. &c. ; one of the ten orders of ascetics founded by
S3am2kara7ca1rya (its members add the word %{tIrtha} to their names) ; a
bra1hman Un2. vr2. ; = %{darzana} L. ; = %{yoga} L. ;
mula first glyph right side.
mUlazrIpatitIrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.
AnandatIrtha m. N. of Madhva , the founder of a Vaishn2ava school of
philosophy ; = %{Ananda-giri} (?).
mAdhavatIrtha m. N. of a chief of the Madhva sect (13th century) Cat.
zvetamAdhavatIrtha (MW.) n. N. of a Ti1rtha.

bhRgvIzvaratIrtha n. `" Tirtha of BhñBhr2igu's lord "'N. of a sacred bathing
place on the Narma-da1 Cat.
IzvarasUri m. N. of a teacher.\
IzvaratIrthAcArya m. N. of a teacher.                                  original= mula
nArAyaNa m. (patr. fr. %{na4ra} q.v.) the son of the original Man (with whom
he is generally associated e.g. Mn. i , 10 ; he is identified with Brahma1 ib. 11
with Vishn2u or Kr2ishn2a TA1r. MBh. &c. ; of sev. men , authors and
commentators (also with %{
AcArya}. %{kavi} , %{gArgya} ,
raghunAtha m. `" lord of the Raghus "'N. of Ra1ma Ragh. ; N. of various authors
and others (also with %{dIkSita} , %{bhaTTa} , %{Arya} , %{
AcArya} ,
%{upA7dhyAya} , %{
kavi}
rAma mf(%{A4})n. (prob. `" causing rest "' , and in most meanings fr. %{ram})
dark , dark-coloured , black (cf. %{rAtri}) AV. TA1r. of various authors and
teachers (also with %{
AcArya} , %{upA7dhyAya} , %{kavi}
narasiMha m. `" man-lion "' , great warrior MBh. R. ; N. of Vishn2u in his 4th
Ava-ta1ra (when he was half mñman half lñlion) Ka1v. Pur. ; N. of the father
of king Bhairava Cat. ; of sev. princes and authors (also %{-
kavi} , %{-kavi-rAja}
mahAdeva m. `" the grñgreat deity "'N. of Rudra or S3iva or one of his
attendant deities AV. &c. &c. ; of one of the 8 forms of RñRudra or S3ñS3iva
Pur. ; of Vishn2u MBh. Hariv. Ra1matUp. ; %{
kavI7zA7cArya-sarasvatI} m. N.
of an author Cat. ;
lakSmaNa mf(%{A4})n. having marks or signs or characteristics TS. ;he was
younger brother and companion of Ra1ma during his travels and adventures ;N.
of various authors and other persons (also with %{
AcArya} , %{kavi} ,
lakSmIdhara m. (also with %{AcArya} , %{kavi} ,
rudra mfn. (prob.) crying , howling , roaring , dreadful , terrific , terrible ,
horrible (applied to the As3vins , Agni , Indra , Mitra , Varun2a , and the
%{spa4zaH}) RV. AV.of various teachers and authors (also with %{
AcArya} ,
%{
kavi} , %{bhaTTa} , %{zarman} , %{sUri} &c.) Cat. ;
brahmatIrtha n. N. of a place of pilgrimage on the Reva1 or Narmada1 river
MBh. ; Costus Speciosus or Arabicus L.
narmadAtIrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place S3ivaP.
pUtikezvaratIrtha n. N. of a Tirtha on the banks of the Reva1 Narma-da S3ivaP.
dharmapura n. lñlaw-city "'N. of Ayodhya1 R. ; of a town situated on the
Narmada1 river W.
mUlazrIpatitIrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place Cat.
caulazrIpatitIrtha n. N. of a Tirtha Reva1Kh. cclxxv.
zrIbhartR m. `" husband of S3ri1 "'N. of Vishn2u S3is3.
zrIdayita m. `" husband of S3ri1 "'N. of Vishn2u Vop.
zrInAtha m. `" husband of S3ri1 "'N. of Vishn2u Cat. ; of various authors (also
with %{
AcArya} , %{kavi} , %{paNDita} , %{bhaTTa} and %{zarman}) ib.
zrIpati m. `" lord of fortune "' , a king , prince L. ; `" husband of S3ri1 "' ,
(%{zriyaH@pati}) N. of Vishn2u-Kr2ishn2a (esp. as worshipped on the hill
Ven3kat2a q.v.) VarBr2S. S3is3. BhP.
zrIza (%{zrI7za}) m. `" lord or husband of S3ri1 "' , N. of Vishn2u Prasan3g. ; of
Ra1ma-candra (whose wife Sita1 is regarded as an incarnation of S3ri1 or
Lakshmi1) L. ; (%{A}) f. N. of Ra1dha1 Pan5car.
bhUti f. existence , being L. ; wellbeing , thriving , prosperity , might , power ,
wealth , fortune RV. &c. &c. ; Welfare personified (= %{lakSmI}) BhP. ;
superhuman power (as attainable by the practice of austerity and magical rites)
W. ; ornament , decoration Megh. 19 ; ashes Ka1v. Katha1s. ; fried meat L. (?) ;
= %{bhUmi} , earth , ground AitBr. (Sa1y.) ; (with %{marutAm}) N. of a
Sa1man A1rshBr. ; of various plants (Andropogon Schoenanthus or = %{rohiSa}
&c.) L. ; (also %{-tI}) , of the wife of Ruci or
Kavi and the mother of Manu
Bhautya Hariv. VP. ; m. a class of deceased ancestors Ma1rkP. ; N. of Vishn2u
MBh. ; of S3iva L. ; of the father of Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; of a Bra1hman L.
%{viSTap}) ; N. of a son of Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; n. lead Bhpr. (often w.r.
for %{budhNa} and %{budhnya}). -cakra , n. the zodiac Gan2it.
raghunAtha m. `" lord of the Raghus "'N. of Ra1ma Ragh. ; N. of various authors
and others (also with %{dIkSita} , %{bhaTTa} , %{Arya} , %{AcArya} ,
%{upA7dhyAya} , %{
kavi}
narasiMha m. `" man-lion "' , great warrior MBh. R. ; N. of Vishn2u in his 4th
Ava-ta1ra (when he was half mñman half lñlion) Ka1v. Pur. ; N. of the father
of king Bhairava Cat. ; of sev. princes and authors (also %{
-kavi} ,
%{-
kavi-rAja} ,
rAghavapANDavIya n. N. of an artificial poem by Kavi-ra1ja (giving a narrative
of the acts of both Ra1ghavas and Pa1n2d2avas in such a way that it may be
interpreted either as the history of one or the other) ; of another poem by
Ven3kat2a7ca1rya.
rAma mf(%{A4})n. (prob. `" causing rest "' , and in most meanings fr. %{ram})
dark , dark-coloured , black (cf. %{rAtri}) AV. TA1r. (%{rAmaH@zakuniH}. a
black bird , crow Ka1t2hGr2. Vishn2.) ; white (?) L. ; pleasing , pleasant ,
charming , lovely , beautiful MBh. of various authors and teachers (also with
%{AcArya} , %{upA7dhyAya} , %{
kavi} ,
rAmacandra m. `" RñRa1mas-moon "'N. of the principal Ra1ma called
Da1s3arathi , as son of Das3a-ratha , and
Ra1ghava , as descended from Raghu
(although the affix %{candra} seems to connect him with the moon , he is not ,
like Kr2ishn2a and Bala-ra1ma , of the lunar but of the solar race of kings ; he
forms the 7th Avata1ra of Vishn2u and is the hero of the Ra1ma1yan2a , who , to
recover his faithful wife
Si1ta1 , advanced southwards. N. of various kings and
authors &c. (also with %{AcArya} , %{
kavi} , %{kSiti-pati} , %{cakra-vartin} ,
%{daNDin} ,
Adyakavi m. `" the first poet "'N. of Va1lmi1ki (cf. %{Adi-kavi} above) L. ; cf.
Ragh. xv , 41.
rAghavIya n. (with or scil. %{kAvya}) the poem composed by Ra1ghava Cat.
bhRgu m. pl. ( %{bhrAj}) N. of a mythical race of beings (closely connected
with fire , which they find [RV. x , 46 , 2] ; he is enumerated among the 10
Maharshis created by the first Manu Mn. i , 35 ; cf. IW. 46 &c.) ; of a son of
Kavi
MBh.
brAhma mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{brahman} , for which it is also the Vr2iddhi form in
comp.) relating to Brahma8 or Brahma1 , holy , sacred , divine AV. &c. &c. ;
relating to sacred knowledge , prescribed by the Veda , scriptural Mn. ii , 150 &c.
; sacred to the Veda (with or scil. %{
tIrtha} n. the part of the hand situated at the
root of the thumb) , ii , 59 &c.; of
Kavi MBh.
jIvaMdharaNacaritra n. N. of a tale by Bha1skara-kavi.
kavya 1 mfn. (= %{kavi} Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 5-4 , 30) wise RV. x , 15 , 9 (at VS.
xxii , 2 read %{kavyA4H}) ; a sacrificer , sacrificial priest RV. ix , 91 , 2 ; N. of a
class of deities associated with An3giras and R2ikvan [Gmn. ; a class of manes]
RV. x , 14 , 3 AV. ;
N. of one of the seven sages of the fourth Manv-antara
Hariv. ; (%{am}) n. (generally in connection with %{havya} see
%{havya-kavya}) `" what must be offered to the wise "' , an oblation of food to
deceased ancestors MBh. Mn.
kAvya mfn. (fr. %{kavi4}) , endowed with the qualities of a sage or poet ,
descended or coming from a sage , prophetic , inspired , poetical RV. i , 117 , 12 ;
viii , 8 , 11 VS. AV. ; [%{kA4
vya} mfn. id. RV. v , 39 , 5 ; x , 144 , 2 VS.] ;
mf(%{A})n. coming from or uttered by the sage Us3anas Para1s3. MBh. ii , 2097
; (%{a4s}) m. (gan2i %{kuru-Adi}) a patr. of Us3anas RV. TS. &c. ; of the
planet S3ukra VarBr2S. Sarvad. ; (%{As}) m. pl. poems MBh. ii , 453 ; a class of
Manes S3a1n3khS3r. La1t2y. Mn. iii , 199 ; the descendants of
Kavi VP. ;
kAzin mfn. (only ifc.) shining , appearing , having the semblance of (e.g.
%{jita-k-} , appearing or behaving like a conqueror MBh. ; %{jaya-k-} id. BhP.
iv , 10 , 15) ; (%{I}) m. N. of a man (as son of Brahman
Kavi) MBh. xiii , 4150.
zrInivAsa m. abode of S3ri1 Ka1v. ; N. of Vishn2u Chandom. BhP. ; N. of
various authors and other men (also with %{AcArya} , %{
kavi} , %{dIkSita} ,
%{bhaTTa} &c.) Cat. ; (%{A}) f. N. of Ra1dha1 Pan5car. ;%{-
rAghava} m.
(with %{AcArya}) , %{-ziSya} m. N. of authors Cat. ; %{-sIya} n. N. of wk.

lakSmInRsiMha n. sg. LñLakshmi1 and Vishn2u as the man-lion BrahmaP.
[893,1] ; m. N. of a king Cat. ; (also with %{
kavi} or %{bhaTTa}) of various
authors and other men ib. ; %{-kavaca} n.
raghu mf(%{vI4})n. ( %{raMh} ; cf. %{laghu}) hastening , going speedily , fleet
, rapid RV. ; light , fickle ib. ; m. a racer , fleet courser ib. ; N. of an ancient king
and ancestor of Ra1ma (described in Raghu-van6s3a as son of Dili1pa and
Su-dakshin2a1 ; he was father of Aja who was father of Das3a-ratha ; hence he
was great-grandfather of Ra1ma ; in the Ra1ma1yan2a Raghu is said to be son of
Kakutstha ; in the Hari-van6s3a two Raghus are mentioned among the ancestors
of Ra1ma) R. Hariv. Ragh. Pur. (IW. 344) ; of a son of Gautama Buddha Buddh.
; of various authors (also with %{daiva-jJa} and %{sUri}) Cat. ; = the poem
%{raghu-vaMza} (cf. next) ; pl. the descendants of Raghu Ragh. Ra1jat.
raghuvaMza m. Raghu's race R. ; N. of Ka1lida1sa's celebrated poem (cf.
%{mahA-
kAvya}) ; %{-tilaka} m. `" ornament of the race of Raghu "'N. of
Ra1ma MW. ; %{-saMkSepa} m. N. of an abridgment of the Raghu-van6s3a Cat.
; %{-saMjIvanI} f. %{-subodhinI} f. N. of two Comms. of Raghu-van6s3a.
sUti 2 f. birth , production (generally ifc.) TBr. MBh. &c. ; parturition , delivery ,
lying in Hariv. Katha1s. ; yielding fruit , production of crops BhP. ; place or cause
or manner of production Ka1v. BhP. ; offspring , progeny Ma1rkP. ; m. a goose
(?) L. ; N. of a son of Vis3vimitra (v.l. %{
bhUti}) MBh.

kavi mfn. (1. %{kU} cf. 2. %{kava} , %{A4kUta} , %{A4kUti} , %{kAvya}
Naigh. iii , 15 Nir. xii , 13 Un2. iv , 138) gifted with insight , intelligent , knowing ,
enlightened , wise , sensible , prudent , skilful , cunning ; (%{is}) m. a thinker ,
intelligent man , man of understanding , leader ; a wise man , sage , seer , prophet
; a singer , bard , poet (but in this sense without any technical application in the
Veda) RV. VS. TS. AV. S3Br. i , 4 , 2 , 8 Kat2hUp. iii , 14 MBh. Bhag. Bha1gP.
Mn. vii , 49 R. Ragh. ; N. of several gods , (esp.) of Agni RV. ii , 23 , 1 ; x , 5 , 4 ,
3 ; iii , 5 , 1 ; i , 31 , 2 ; 76 , 5 ; of Varun2a , Indra , the As3vins , Maruts ,
A1dityas ; of the
Soma ; of the Soma priest and other sacrificers ; (probably) N.
of a particular poet ; cf. %{a4Ggiras} (Mn. ii , 151) and %{uza4nas} (Bhag. x ,
37) ; of the ancient sages or patriarchs (as spirits now surrounding the sun) ; of
the R2ibhus (as skilful in contrivance) ; of Pu1shan (as leader or guider) ; N. of a
son of Brahma1 MBh. xiii , 4123 , 4142-4150 ; of Brahma1 W. ; of a son of
Bhr2igu and father of S3ukra MBh. i , 2606 (cf. 3204 Bha1gP. iv , 1 , 45 and
Kull. on Mn. iii , 198) ; that of S3ukra (regent of the planet Venus and preceptor
of the demons) Ra1jat. iv , 495 ; of the planet Venus NBD. ; of the sons of several
Manus Hariv. Bha1gP. VP. ; of a son of Kaus3ika and pupil of Garga Hariv. ; of a
son of R2ishabha Bha1gP. ; of Va1lmi1ki L. ; a keeper or herd RV. vii , 18 , 8 ;
(fig.) N. of the gates of the sacrificial enclosure TS. v , 11 , 1 , 2 (cf. %{kava4S})
; the sun W. ; of various men ; the soul in the Sa1m2khya philosophy Comm. ; a
cunning fighter L. ; an owl L. ; (%{is} , or %{I} W.) f. the bit of a bridle L. ; the
reins (cf. %{kavikA}) W. ; a ladle (cf. %{kambi}) L.
34 kavibhUSaNa m. N. of the son of Kavi-candra.

Bhumi, also Bhum?-Deva, Bhuma-Devi or Bhu-Deve, is the personification of
Mother Earth. She is the consort of Varaha, an avatar of Vishnu and regarded as
the mother of the goddess Sita. According to the uttara-kanda, when Sita finally
leaves her husband Rama, she returns to Bhumidevi. She is the mother of the
demon Narakasura .[1] Bhumi Devi is also believed to be one of the two forms of
Lakshmi. The other is Sridevi, who remains with Narayana. Bhudevi is the
Goddess of Earth, and the fertility form of Lakshmi. She is the daughter of
Kashyap Prajapati. According to some she is also Satyabhama, wife of Sri Krishna
in Dwapara Yuga and the divine saint Andal. Several female deities have had
births similar to Sita. Alamelu Mangamma or Sri Padmavathi Devi of Tiruchanur
had a similar beginning, being found in a ploughed field by Akasa Raja. Andal
from Srivilliputtur in Tamil Nadu was found under a Tulasi plant by Periyaalvar
bharata m. `" to be or being maintained "'N. of Agni (kept alive by the care of
men) RV. Br. Kaus3. ; of a partic. Agni (father of Bharata and Bharati1) MBh. ; a
priest (= %{Rtvij}) Naigh. iii , 18 ; an actor , dancer , tumbler Ya1jn5.
Ma1lati1m. Prab. ; a weaver L. ; a hireling , mercenary L. ; a barbarian ,
mountaineer (= %{zabara}) L. ; the fire in which the rice for Bra1hmans is boiled
L. ; N. of Rudra (the Maruts are called his sons) RV. ii , 36 , 8 ; of an A1ditya Nir.
viii , 13 ; of a son of Agni Bharata MBh. ; of a celebrated hero and monarch of
India (son of Dushyanta and S3akuntala1 , the first of 12 Cakra-vartins or
Sa1rvabhaumas i.e. universal emperors) RV. Br. MBh. &c. [747,3] ; of a son of
Dhruvasam2dhi and father of Asita R. ; of a son of Das3aratha and Kaikeyi1 (and
younger brother of Ra1ma , to whom he was very much devoted) MBh. R. &c. ;
of a son of R2ishabha , Bur. ; of a son of Vi1tihotra VP. ; of a Manu (who gave
the name to the country Bha1rata) ib. ; of a son of Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; of a
king of As3maka Va1s. , Introd. ; of various teachers and authors (esp. of an
ancient Muni supposed author of a manual of the dramatic art called
Na1t2ya-s3a1stra or Bharata-s3a1stra) ; = Jad2abharata (q.v.) A. ; =
Bharata-malli1ka (below) ; pl. `" the descendants of Bharata "'N. of a tribe RV.
&c. &c. ; (%{A}) f. N. of an Apsaras VP. ; (%{I}) f. N. of a daughter of Agni
Bharata MBh. ; of a river VP. ; n. pl. N. of a partic. Varsha L.
bhrAjira m. pl. N. of a class of gods under Manu Bhautya Pur.
bhUti f. existence , being L. ; wellbeing , thriving , prosperity , might , power ,
wealth , fortune RV. &c. &c. ; Welfare personified (= %{lakSmI}) BhP. ;
superhuman power (as attainable by the practice of austerity and magical rites)
W. ; ornament , decoration Megh. 19 ; ashes Ka1v. Katha1s. ; fried meat L. (?) ;
= %{bhUmi} , earth , ground AitBr. (Sa1y.) ; (with %{marutAm}) N. of a
Sa1man A1rshBr. ; of various plants (Andropogon Schoenanthus or = %{rohiSa}
&c.) L. ; (also %{-tI}) , of the wife of Ruci or Kavi and the mother of Manu
Bhautya Hariv. VP. ; m. a class of deceased ancestors Ma1rkP. ; N. of Vishn2u
MBh. ; of S3iva L. ; of the father of
Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; of a Bra1hman L.
bradhna mfn. (of doubtful origin Un2. iii , 5) pale red , ruddy , yellowish , bay
(esp. as the colour of a horse , but also applied to Soma and the Purod2a1s3a)
RV. TS. ; great , mighty Naigh. iii , 3 ; m. the sun RV. AV. Mn. iv , 231 (cf.
%{viSTap}) ; N. of a son of
Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; n. lead Bhpr. (often w.r.
for %{budhNa} and %{budhnya}). -cakra , n. the zodiac Gan2it.
gabhIra mf(%{A4})n. deep (opposed to %{gAdha} and %{dIna}) RV. &c.
[346,3] ; (Naigh. i , 11) deep in sound , deepsounding , hollow-toned RV. v , 85 ,
1 R2itus. ;m. N. of a son of
Manu Bhautya or of Rambha VP. iii , 2 , 43 BhP. ix ,
17 , 10.
gambhIra mfn. = %{gabh-} RV. (only in the beginning of Pa1das , six times)
AV. &c. (in post-Vedic writings %{gambh-} is more used than %{gabh-} ; the
deepness of a man's navel , voice , and character are praised together VarBr2S.
lxviii , 85 ; (= %{gabh-}) N. of a son of
Bhautya VP. (v.l.) ; (%{A}) f. a hiccup ,
violent singultus (with %{hikkA} Sus3r.) W. ; N. of a river Megh. 41 ; (%{am})
n. `" depth "' , with %{jamad-agneH}N. of a Sa1man.
jiSNu mfn. ( %{ji} Pa1n2. 3-2 , 139) victorious , triumphant , winning RV. AV.
VS. &c.  of a son of Manu
Bhautya Hariv. 495 ; `" of Brahma-gupta's father "'
see %{-ja} ; of a Vasu W. ; cf. %{parA-}.
mAdhava mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{madhu} ; f. %{A} only in %{mAdhavA} [=
%{madhavyA}] %{tanUH} Pa1n2. 4-4 , 129 Sch.) relating to spring , vernal
Hariv. Vikr. Katha1s. ; belonging or peculiar to the descendants of Madhu i.e. the
Ya1davas Hariv. ; representing Kr2ishna (as a picture) Hcat. ; M. N. of the
second month of spring (more usually called Vais3a1kha , = April-May) TS. &c.
&c. spring Ka1v. Pan5car. ; Bassia Latifolia L. ; Latifolia L. ; Phaseolus Mungo
L. ; a son or descendant of Madhu , a man of the race of Yadu (sg. esp. N. of
Kr2ishn2a-Vishn2u or of Paras3u-ra1ma as an incarnation of this god ; pl. the
Ya1davas or Vr2ishn2is) MBh. R. Hariv. BhP. ; N. of S3iva S3ivag. ; of Indra
Pan5cat. Vet. (w.r. for %{vAsava}?) ; of a son of the third Manu Hariv. ; of one
of the 7 sages under
Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; of the hero of Bhava-bhu1ti's
drama Ma1lati1-ma1dhava ; of various other men Katha1s. Hit. &c. ; of various
scholars and poets (also with %{paNDita} , %{bhaTTa} %{mizra} , %{yogin} ,
%{vaidya} , %{sarasvatI} &c. ; cf. %{mAdhavA7cArya}) ; (%{I}) f. see below
; n. sweetness L. ; (also m.) a partic. intoxicating drink L.
manu mfn. thinking , wise , intelligent VS. S3Br. ; m. `" the thinking creature(?) "'
, man , mankind RV. VS. AitBr. TA1r. (also as opp. to evil spirits RV. i , 130 , 8 ;
viii , 98 , 6 &c. ; the R2ibhus are called %{manor@na4pAtaH} , the sons of man
, iii , 60 , 3) ; the Man par excellence or the representative man and father of the
human race (regarded in the RV. as the first to have instituted sacrifices and
religious ceremonies , and associated with the R2ishis Kan2va and Atri ; in the
AitBr. described as dividing his possessions among some of his sons to the
exclusion of one called Na1bha1-nedisht2ha q.v. ; called Sa1m2varan2a as author
of RV. ix , 101 , 10-12 ; A1psava as author of ib. 106 , 7-9 ; in Naigh. v , 6 he is
numbered among the 31 divine beings of the upper sphere , and VS. xi , 66 as
father of men even identified with Prajs-pati ; but the name Manu is esp. applied
to 14 successive mythical progenitors and sovereigns of the earth , described Mn.
i , 63 and in later wks. as creating and supporting this world through successive
Antaras or long periods of time see %{manv-antara} below ; the first is called
Sva1yambhuva as sprung from %{svayam-bhU} , the Self-existent , and
described in Mn. 12 , 34 as a sort of secondary creator , who commenced his
work by producing 10 Praja1patis or Maharshis , of whom the first was
%{marIci} , Light ; to this Manu is ascribed the celebrated `" code of Manu "' see
%{manu-saMhitA} , and two ancient Su1tra works on Kalpa and Gr2ihya i.e.
sacrificial and domestic rites ; he is also called Hairan2yagarbha as son of
Hiran2ya-garbha , and Pra1cetasa , as son of Pra-cetas ; the next 5 Manus are
called Sva1rocisha , Auttami , Ta1masa , Raivata , Ca1kshusha cf. IW. 208 n. 1 ;
the 7th Manu , called %{vaivasvata} , Sun-born , or from his piety ,
%{satya-vrata} , is regarded as the progenitor of the present race of living beings
, and said , like the Noah of the Old Testament , to have been preserved from a
great flood by Vishn2u or Brahma1 in the form of a fish: he is also variously
described as one of the 12 A1dityas , as the author of RV. viii , 27-31 , as the
brother of Yama , who as a son of he Sun is also called Vaivasvata , as the
founder and first king of Ayodhya1 , and as father of Ila1 who married Budha ,
son of the Moon , the two great solar and lunar races being thus nearly related to
each other see IW. 344 ; 373 ; the 8th Manu or first of the future Manus accord.
to VP. iii , 2 , will be Sa1varn2i ; the 9th Daksha-sa1varn2i ; the 12th
Rudra-s�sa1varn2i ;
the 13th Raucya or Deva-s�sa1varn2i ; the 14th
Bhautya or Indra-s�sa1varn2i)
; thought (= %{manas}) TS. Br. ; a sacred
text , prayer , incantation , spell (= %{mantra}) Ra1matUp. Pan5car. Prata1p. ;
N. of an Agni MBh. ; of a Rudra Pur. ; of Kr2is3a7s3va BhP. ; of an astronomer
Cat. ; (pl.) the mental Powers BhP. ; N. of the number `" fourteen "' (on account
of the 14 Manus) Su1ryas. [784,3] ; f. Manu's wife (= %{manAvI}) L. ;
Trigonella Corniculata L. [Cf. Goth. {manna} ; Germ. {Mannus} , son of
{Tuisto} [TM] , mentioned by Tacitus , in his wk. {Germania} , as the mythical
ancestor of the West-Germans , {mann} , {man} ; Angl. Sax. {man} ; Eng.
{man}.]
mukta mfn. loosened , let loose , set free , relaxed , slackened , opened , open
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; liberated , delivered , emancipated (esp. from sin or worldly
existence) Mn. MBh. &c. (with instr. or ifc. = released from , deprived or
destitute of ; cf. Pa1n2. 2-1 , 38) m. N. of one of the 7 sages under
Manu
Bhautya
MBh. ; of a cook Ra1jat. ; (%{A}) f. (with or scil. %{dis}) the quarter
or cardinal point just quitted by the sun VarBr2S.
ojasvin mfn. id. TS. S3Br. MBh. &c. ; (%{I}) m. N. of a son of Manu Bhautya
VP. (%{ojasvi}) %{-tA} f. an energetic or emphatic manner of expression or
style Sa1h.
pratIra m. N. of a son of Manu Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; n. = %{tIra} , a shore , bank
L.
vyAsadatti m. N. of a son of Vara-ruci Cat.
Ruci father of Bautya
randhra n. rarely m. (prob. fr. %{rad}) a slit , split , opening , aperture , hole ,
chasm , fissure , cavity RV. &c. &c. (nine openings are reckoned in the human
body cf. under %{kha} ; N. of the 8th astrological mansion VarBr2S. ; of the
number `" nine "' (cf. above) MW. ; m. N. of a son of
Manu Bhautya VP. (v.l.
%{bradhna}) ; the off spring of a Bra1hman and a Maitri1 L.
sabala (%{sa4-}) mfn. powerful , strong RV. &c. &c. ; together with strength or
power L. ; accompanied by a force or army. MBh. R. ; together with Bala
(Kr2ishn2a's eldest brother) BhP. ; m. N. of a son of
Manu Bhautya Hariv. ; of a
son of Vasisht2ha (and one of the 7 R2ishis) Ma1rkP. ; of one of the 7 R2ishis
under Manu S3a1varn2a ib. ; %{-tA} f. (S3a1n3khBr.) , %{-tva} n. (S3is3.)
power , strength ; %{-vAhana} mfn. with an army and followers Ya1jn5. Sch. ;
The copper tablet below matra bhUtitIrthA Left side first two glyphs Bhuti , the last two "the
originial" (mula) Raghu that is Rama-candra then the seal above has both Bhuti and sita ,
Rama-candra affix %{candra} seems to connect him with the moon , he is not , like Krishna and
Bala-rama of the lunar he is of the solar race of kings ;I think it is the association is with Madhavya
as Rama-candra = %{-
tIrtha} m. (formerly , %{mAdhava@zAstrin}) N. of the successor of
Va1g-is3a-tirtha (of the Madhva school ; he died in 1377) Cat. (cf. RTL. 130) ; the school of
Madhva is Vedic.
BrAhma =%{tIrtha} n. the part of the hand situated at the root of the thumb.
     Above Vaisakha the second month is Yadu and
zukra mf(%{A4})n. (fr. 1. %{zuc} cf.
%{zukla}) bright , resplendent RV. AV. VS. Br. MBh. ; clear , pure RV. AV. VS. S3Br. ; of a
month (Jyesht2ha = May-June , a N. of the Vya1hr2itis (%{bhUr} , %{bhuvaH} , %{svar}) MW. ;
of one of the seven sages under Manu
Bhautya Ma1rkP. ; the planet Venus or its regent (regarded
as the son of
Bhrigu and preceptor of the Daityas)
son of Manu Sa1varn2a and Bhautya
bhU-ti       Raghu Mula