The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Durga-Difficult of Approach, Unattainable


Also rough ground, difficulty, danger


durga
dur--ga [p= 485,2] [L=93875]
durga (p. 487) .
durgá [p= 487,2] [L=94423]
(2. dur and √gam) difficult of access or approach , impassable , unattainable AV. Mn MBh. &c
durgá [L=94424]
bdellium L.
durgá [L=94425]
N. of an asura (supposed to have been slain by the goddess durgā , SkandaP. ) and of sev. men (g. naā*di Pa1n2. 4-1 , 99), esp. of the commentator on yāska's nirukta
durgá [L=94426]
also abridged for durga-gupta , durgā-dāsa &c (» below)
durgá [L=94428]
(m. only Pan5c. v , 76 ; Bn.) a difficult or narrow passage , a place difficult of access , citadel stronghold (cf. ab- , giri- &c )
durgá [L=94429]
rough ground , roughness , difficulty , danger , distress RV. AV. Mn. MBh. &c
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(H2) mfn.
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