vya 2 (said to be an abbreviated form of %{a-vyaya}) a technical
symbol for indeclinables such as %{ni} , %{cit} , %{svar} , &c. Vop.
iii , 17
a
vyavasta mfn. (%{sta} for %{sita}? , %{sI}) , not tied or fastened
A1s3vS3r.
vyavasta mfn. = %{vy-avasita} , 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 mfn. cut in pieces , dismembered (said of Vr2itra) RV. i , 32 , 7
torn asunder , gaping TPra1t. ;
bala N. of a demon conquered by Indra (the brother of Vr2itra , in
older texts %{
vala}) RV. &c. &c. ;
balavRtra (ibc.) Bala and Vr2itra ; %{-ghna} , %{-niSadana} , and
%{han} m. `" destroyer of BñBala and Vñ
Vr2itra "'N. of Indra
MBh.
vAlavyajana n. a chowrie (= %{cAmara} q.v.) made from the tail of
the Yak or Bos Grunniens SaddhP. ; %{-nI-bhU} P. %{-bhavati} , to
become a chowrie Ragh.
vAlgavya m. patr. fr. %{valgu} g. %{gargA7di}.
vAlgavyAyanI f. of prec. g. %{lohitA7di}.
dadhIca m. = %{-dhy-a4c} (devoted himself to death that Indra might
slay
Vr2itra with the thunderbolt fabricated by Tvasht2r2i out of his
bones) MBh. i , iii , ix (father of Sa1rasvata by Sarasvati , 2929 ff.) , xii
; (blamed Daksha q.v.) Va1yuP. i , 30 , 103 ff. Ku1rmaP. i , 15 , 6 ff.
(v.l. %{-A}) ; author with the pa1tr. Pa1thnya Anukr. on Ka1t2h. xvi ,
vyAlarUpa m. N. of S3iva ib. 1. ,
lakSaNA an indirect or figurative sense of a word (one of its three
Arthas ; the other two being %{abhidhA} or proper sense , and
%{
vyaJjanA}  suggestive sense.

vyajanacAmara n. the tail of the Bos Grunniens used as a whisk or fan ,
a chowry (cf. %{vyajanacAmara}).
vyajanaka n. = %{vyajana} , a fan VarBr2S.
vyajanakriyA f. the act of fanning Ka1d.
vyajanI in comp. for %{vyajana}.
vyajanIbhU P. %{-bhavati} , to become or be a fan Ragh.
vyAjanidrita mf(%{A})n. feigning sleep Ra1jat.
vyajanIkR P. %{-karoti} , to make into (or , use as) a fan Ka1d.
vyajanin m. the Yak (Bos Grunniens) L.
vAlga
vya m. patr. fr. %{valgu} g. %{gargA7di}.
caturvyaGga mfn. = %{-hrasva} R.
caturvyApin mfn. relating to 4 (persons) Na1r. i , 8 and 13.
sanaka mfn. former , old , ancient (%{At} ind. `" from of old "') RV. ;
m. N. of a R2ishi (one of the
four mind-born sons of Brahma1 ,
described as one of the counsellors or companions of Vishn2u and as
inhabiting the
Janar-loka ; the other three are Sana , Sanatkuma1ra ,
and sa-nandana ; some reckon seven of these mind-born sons) MBh.
Hariv. BhP. (cf. RTL. 422) ; of an inspired legislator W. [Cf. Lat.
{Seneca} ; Goth. {sineigs}.]
kaumAra mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{kumAra4} , or %{-rI} Pa1n2. 4-2 , 13) ,
juvenile , youthful , belonging to a youth or young girl , maiden ,
maidenly , (%{kau4mAra@loka4} , the youths and girls AV. xii , 3 , 47
;  `" a virgin wife , one who has not had a husband previously "' R. ;soft
, tender W. ; relating to the god of war , belonging or peculiar to him ,
relating to
Sanat-kuma1ra MBh. BhP. Katha1s. ii , 76 Para1s3.
Madhus. ; m. the son of a maiden L. ; N. of a mountain (cf.
%{-parvata}) MBh. vi , 426 ; (%{As}) m. pl. the followers of
Kuma1ra's grammar , Praud2h. ; (%{I}) f. one of the seven Ma1tr2is or
personified energies of the gods , S3akti of Kuma1ra or Ka1rttikeya
(the god of war) BrahmaP. [316,3] Devi1bhP. ; a kind of bulbous root (
= %{vArAhI-kanda}) L. ; (in music) N. of a Ra1gin2i1 ; (%{am}) n.
childhood , youth (from birth to the age of five) , maidenhood (to the
age of sixteen) Mn. ix , 3 MBh. R. &c. ; (ifc. f. %{A}) Katha1s.
kArttikeya m. N. of a son of S3iva and Pa1rvati1 (popularly regarded
as god of war , because he leads the Gan2as or hosts of S3iva against
the demon hosts see RTL. p. 213 ; accord. to one legend he was son of
S3iva without the intervention of Pa1rvati1 , the generative energy of
S3iva being cast into the fire and then received by the Ganges , whence
he is sometimes described as son of Agni and Gan3ga1 ; when born he
was fostered by the six Kr2ittika1s q.v. , and these offering their six
breasts to the child he became six-headed ; he is also called
Kuma1ra ,
Skanda , and Subrahman2ya

Bellow the last tablet as son of Siva the seven
Karttikeya's and the Fig leaf as
Kumara.
kumAra
Sanatkumara
zveta
Mahar-loka

vArAhI
Janar-loka
sa-
nandana
bhUmAnandasarasvatI m. N.
of the teacher of
Advaita7nanda Cat.
Bhumi is the first glyph left
side.
Middle glyph is "vya"
vyajanacAmara and
camara rebus kaumara
The indeclinable root is
made Rebus or sounds
like ( asta = asita = sita)
(camara = kamara)
vya
(said to be an
abbreviated form of
%{a-vyaya}) a technical
symbol for
indeclinables
such as %{ni} , %{cit} ,
%{svar} , &c. Vop. iii ,
17.
Chyavana (Sanskrit: च�यवन, Cyavana) was
a rishi in Hindu mythology. He was son of Bhrigu and
is known for his rejuvenation through a special herbal
paste known as Chyawanprash, which was first
prepared for him some 10,000 years ago, at his Ashram
on Dhosi Hill. According to the Mahabharata, he was
powerful enough to oppose the
Vajra of Indra and was
responsible for the Ashvins getting their share of the
sacrificial offerings. He created a demon, Mada, to
achieve it.[1]

Chyavana is mentioned in the Rigveda as Chyav�na
. He is described as an aged and feeble person whose
youth and strength was restored by the twin
Ashvini
Kumar
brothers, who were the Rajya Vaids or 'State
Doctors'. According to a hymn of this text (X.61.1-3),
Chyav�na seems to be opposed to Turvayana, an
Indra worshipper Paktha king as he was closer to the
Ashvins.[2]

According to one tradition, he married Vaivasvata
Manu's daughter Arushi and their son was Aurva.
According to another tradition, he married Sukanya,
daughter of Vedic king 'Sharyati' and granddaughter of
Vaivasvata Manu. They had two sons Apnavana and
Dadhicha.[3] He is also considered as father of Harita.
[1]

bhramarA
nanda m. `" bee-joy "' , Mimusops Elengi L. ;
Gaertnera Racemosa L. ; the red-flowering
globeamaranth L.
bhRGgA
nandA f. `" bee-joy "' , Jasminum Auriculatum
L.
bhRgu
nandana m. `" son of BhñBhr2igu-tun3ga "' ,
the planet Venus L. ; patr. of S3aunaka MBh. ; of Ruru
ib. ; of Paras3u-ra1ma MBh. Uttarar.

7 worlds , viz. Bhu1-lñloka , the earth ; Bhuvar-
lñloka "' the space between the earth and sun
inhabited by Munis , Siddhas &c. ; Svar-lñloka ,
Indra's heaven above the sun or between it and the
polar star ; Mahar-lñloka , a region above the polar
star and inhabited by Bhr2igo and other saints who
survive the destruction of the 3 lower worlds ;
Janar-
lñloka
, inhabited by Brahma1's son Sanat-kuma1ra
&c. ; Tapar-lñloka , inhñinhabited by deified
Vaira1gins ; Satya-lñloka or Brahma-lñloka , abode
of Brahma1 , translation to which exempts from rebirth
[906,2] ;
Ashvini
Sana  
Sanaka
caturvyApin mfn. relating to 4
(persons) Na1r. i , 8 and
catur
vyaGga mfn. = %{-hrasva}
R. (B) v , 35 , 18 (v.l.
%{-gandha}).
vyavahArAGga n. the body of
civil and criminal law ib.
[1034,3] ; %{-smRti-sarv
asva}
n. N. of wk.
vyavahAraviSaya m. a subject or
title of legal procedure , any act
or matter which may become the
subject of legal
proceedings%{
asvAmivikrayaH}
vyazva mfn. `" deprived of
horses , horseless Shad2vBr.
MBh. Ragh. ; m. N. of a R2ishi
RV. ; of an ancient king (also
pl.) ib. MBh. ; %{-vat} ind. like
Vyas3va MW. ;
The Ashvins or Ashwini
Kumaras
aśvin-, dual aś
vinau), in Hindu mythology,
are two Vedic gods, divine
twin horsemen in the
Rigveda, sons of Saranya
(daughter of Vishwakarma),
a goddess of the clouds and
wife of Surya in his form as
Vivasvat. They symbolise the
shining of sunrise and sunset,
appearing in the sky before
the dawn in a golden chariot,
bringing treasures to men and
averting misfortune and
sickness. They are the
doctors of gods and are devas
of Ayurvedic medicine. They
are represented as humans
with head of a horse. In the
epic Mahabharata, King
Pandu's wife Madri is granted
a son by each Ashvin and
bears the twins Nakula and
Sahadeva who, along with
the sons of Kunti, are known
as the Pandavas.
Below the leaf Ficus Religiosa or azvattha is the third glyph right side of the Camara copper
tablet and the third glyph last Kurma tablet.
azvattha under which horses stand "') the holy fig
tree , Ficus Religiosa
AV. S3Br. &c. ; a vessel made of its wood RV. i , 135 , 8 ; x , 97 , 5 ; the
upper (or male) %{araNi} made of its wood AV. vi , 11 , 1 S3Br. xi Ka1tyS3r. ; (%{A}) f. day of
full moon in the month As3vina (in which month the
fruit of the Ficus Religiosa generally becomes
ripe)
; (%{I}) f. the small Pippala tree L. ; (mfn.) `" relating to the Nakshatra As3vattha "' , (with
%{muhUrta}) the moment in which the moon enters that Nakshatra Pa1n2. 4-2 , 5 Sch.
sarvasva n. (ifc. f. %{A}) the whole of a
person's property or possessions Gr2S3rS.
Mn. MBh. &c. ; (ifc.) entirety , the whole ,
whole sum of. MBh. Hariv. Ka1v. &c.
asvAmika mf(%{A} Ka1ran2d2.)n.
having no possessor , unowned MBh. xiii ,
2633 Gaut. &c.
asvAmin %{I} m. not an owner , not the
owner Mn. viii , 4.
kumArasvAmin m. N. of the author of a
Comm. on the Mi1ma1n6sa1-bha1shya.
kumArilasvAmin m.
id.mArtaNDatilak
asvAmin m. N. of the
teacher of the sage Va1caspati. mis3ra Cat.
mRtasvamoktR m. `" letting alone (i.e. not
taking) the property of deceased persons
"'N. of
Kuma1ra-pa1la L.
harasvAmin m. N. of a man Katha1s.
asva mfn. having no property
MBh.
az
vya 1 (3 , rarely 2) mfn. (g.
%{apUpA7di} q.v.) belonging
to or coming from horses RV.
S3Br. xiv ; consisting of horses
RV. az
vya 2 (3) , %{as} m. `"
son of As3va "'N. of Vas3a RV.
i , 112 , 10 ; viii , 46 , 21 and 33
; N. of another man RV. viii , 24
, 14
kulavyApin mfn.
attaching or applicable
to tribe or caste.
vyApin mfn. reaching
through , pervading ,
covering , diffusive ,
comprehensive ,
spreading ; m.
pervader "'N. of
Vishn2u MW.
The three copper tablets below and the lower one
above the Varahi matraka the glyphs starting from
the left side catur-vyApin mfn. relating to 4
(persons)  four mind-born sons of Brahma
{sanaka  Sana , Sanatkuma1ra , and sa-nandana }
Third glyph right side asva
Below third glyph Kumara the azvattha leaf
The copper tablet with the bushy tailed Yak as Camara Rebus “or sounds� like
Kumara. The link below goes to a page on Camara theYak the first Nakshatra
Ashwini and Kumaras.  In the Indian zodiac Ashwini and Kumaras are from  0
degrees through 13 degrees 20 minutes in Mesha.  In both Sanskrit and Tamil
languages Camara means Yak (Bos grunniens) and or coming from the Yak; n. the
chowry bushy tail of the yak, used as a fly-flapper for idols or as a royal.
http://www.indoeurohome.com/firstnakshatra.html link Camara the Yak the first
Nakshatra Ashwini and Kumaras
            The Cape Comorin is Kumari the central part of the universe in the Hindu
geography the most southerly point of Jambu-dvi1pa or India , Kanyakumari formerly
known as Cape Comorin, is a town in Kanyakumari District in the state of Tamil
Nadu in India .  Kanyakumari lies at 8°05′N the southernmost tip of mainland
India the southernmost tip of India as a whole being Indira Gandhi Point in Andaman
and Nicobar Islands .
         The name Kumara is both Skanda and Krittikeya, represented as a beautiful
male youth.
When the sun crosses the equator at the spring equinox it is parallel to the Cape
Comorin or off by 8 degrees.
The copper tablet with the bushy tailed Yak as Camara Rebus “or sounds�
like Kumara. The link below goes to a page on Camara theYak the first
Nakshatra Ashwini and Kumaras.  In the Indian zodiac Ashwini and Kumaras are
from  0 degrees through 13 degrees 20 minutes in Mesha.  In both Sanskrit and
Tamil languages Camara means Yak (Bos grunniens) and or coming from the
Yak; n. the chowry bushy tail of the yak, used as a fly-flapper for idols or as a
royal.
http://www.indoeurohome.com/firstnakshatra.html  link Camara the Yak the first
Nakshatra Ashwini and Kumaras
On the page above I have Citra for Catur.
            The Cape Comorin is Kumari the central part of the universe in the
Hindu geography the most southerly point of Jambu-dvi1pa or India ,
Kanyakumari formerly known as Cape Comorin, is a town in Kanyakumari
District in the state of Tamil Nadu in India .  Kanyakumari lies at 8°05′N the
southernmost tip of mainland India the southernmost tip of India as a whole
being Indira Gandhi Point in Andaman and Nicobar Islands .
         The name Kumara is both Skanda and Krittikeya, represented as a
beautiful male youth.
When the sun crosses the equator at the spring equinox it is parallel to the Cape
Comorin or off by 8 degrees.

ha
vyavAhinI f. oblñoblations-bearer "'N. of the tutelary deity of the family of
Kapila Cat.
anusvAra
vyavAya m. separation between two sounds caused by an Anusva1ra.
vyavastubh P. %{-stobhati} , to interpose certain sounds or interjections in
chanting the Sa1ma-veda La1t2y.
vyavana (a word used to explain %{vyoman}) Nir. xi , 40. vAgvyavahAra m.
employment of many words , a long discussion or altercation Ma1lav.
lakSaNA f. aiming at , aim , object , view Hariv. ; indication , elliptical
expression , use of a word for another word with a cognate meaning (as of `"
head "' for `" intellect "') , indirect or figurative sense of a word (one of its three
Arthas ; the other two being %{abhidhA} or proper sense , and %{vyaJjanA} or
suggestive sñsense ; with %{sA7ropA} , the placing of a word in its figurative
sense in apposition to another in its proper sñsense) Sa1h. Kpr. Bha1sha1p.
&c. [892,2] ;
vyavahArArthasAra
anv
arthasaMjJA f. a term whose meaning is intelligible in itself (opposed to
such technical terms as %{bha} , %{ghu} , &c.)
anekArtha mfn. having more than one meaning (as a word).
anekArthadhvani maJjarI f. and N. of two works on words.
anekArthasaMgraha m. N. of two works on words.
anvarthagrahaNa n. the literal acceptation of the meaning of a word (as
opposed to the conventional).
ajahatsvArthA f. a rhetorical figure (using a word which involves the meaning of
another word previously used , as `" white ones "' for `" white horses "' , `"
lances "' for `" men with lances "').
Seven world’s Svar-loka; Mahar-
loka , a region of Bhrigo and other
saints who survive the destruction of the
three lower worlds ; Janar-loka ,
inhabited by Brahma1's sons sanaka  
Sana , Sanatkuma1ra , and sa-nandana
http://www.indoeurohome.com/varahi.
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