The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Bhusana- Ornament


devadeva triśūlāṅka kapālakṛtabhūṣaṇa |
digdeśakālaśūnyā ca vyapadeśavivarjitā || 22 ||


 bhūā
bhūā [L=152486]
ornament , decoration Ka1v. Katha1s. &c
(H2) f.









Nāgārjunakoṇḍā: a cultural study - Page 84
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K. Krishna Murthy - 1977 - 289 pages - Preview
ARM-ORNAMENTS : BAHU-BHUSANA(S) The arm-ornaments or bahu-bhusanas comprise those worn on the upper- arms, forearms and the wrists. The reliefs depict both males and females with armlets of different variety. ...
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Indic tradition: Prof. Dr. Sitanath Goswami felicitation volume: Volume 1
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Sitanath Goswami, Prajnaranjan Datta, Sarbani Bose - 1998 - Snippet view
murddhatara (starlike ornament worn on the head), khalantika (galantika seems to be better reading, meaning tight fit ornament on the neck), ahgada (bracelet for the upper arms), bahuvalaya (bracelet), sikfia bhusana (ornament used on ...
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Dictionary of world literature: criticism, forms, technique - Page 322
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Joseph Twadell Shipley - 1964 - 452 pages - Preview
Indian literary theory Jasvant Singh, author of the Bhdsa Bhusana (Ornament of Language) ; Bihar!, author of the Sat Sai (18th c.) and his commentator Lala Candrika (19th a). What is commonly understood by the expression "Indian ...
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Encyclopaedia of hinduism - Page 1960
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Nagendra Singh - 1999 - Preview
The Pitrs are invoked with the Rk 'Usanta', etc., and are offered arghya, padya, gandha, patra, puspa, dhupa, vasana (garment) and bhusana (ornament) with the words 'ya divya' etc. Two ahutis (oblations) are then made in the fire with ...
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Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Puranas: (A-C) ; 2.(D-H) ; 3.(I-L) ; ... - Page 940
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Swami Parmeshwaranand - 2001 - Full view
The Pitrs are invoked with the Rk 'Usanta', etc., and are offered arghya, padya, gandha, patra, puspa, dhupa, vasana (garment) and bhusana (ornament) with the words 'ya divya' etc. Two ahutis (oblations) are then made in the fire with ...
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Themes and tasks in old and middle Indo-Aryan linguistics
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Bertil Tikkanen, Heinrich Hettrich - 2006 - 326 pages - Snippet view
One of the words treated by Kolver, bhusana- (cf. supra), deserves to be reconsidered in this respect. That bhusana- 'ornament' is based on *(a)bhivdsana - 'covering' elucidates, in Kolver's view, the semantic field covered by the root ...
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