Month: July 2017

Shloka – Kartikeya 4

मयूराधिरूढं महावाक्यगूढं मनोहारि देहं महच्चित्तगेहम् । महीदेवदेवं महावेदभावं महादेवबालं भजे लोकपालम् ॥ Meaning:I salute to the Lord (Kartikeya), who is astride a peacock, and having the great mystic saying OM (praNava), whose...

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Nyaya – A bull-cow.

गोबलवर्दन्यायःThe origin of the maxim lies in this that the word cow strictly signifies both a male cow and a female cow; but ordinarily it is used in the sense of a female cow; and a different word “bull” is used to...

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Shloka – Kartikeya 3

ज्ञानशक्तिधर स्कन्द वल्लीकल्याण सुन्दर । देवसेना मनः कान्त कार्तिकेय नमोऽस्तुते । ॐ सुब्रह्मण्याय नमः ॥ Meaning:Adorations to Lord Subrahmanya! Adoratiosn to Lord Kartikeya who is known as Skanda, Who holds the staff of wisdom,...

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Subhashitam – 65

सन्तप्तायसि संस्थितस्य पयसो नामाऽपि न श्रूयते मुक्ता कारतया तदेव नलिनीपत्र स्थितं दृश्यते । अन्तः सागर शुक्ति मध्य पतितं तन्मौक्तिकं जायते प्रायेणाधम मध्यमोत्तम जुषां एवंविधा वृत्तयः ॥ Meaning:When a drop of water falls on...

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Nyaya – The lamp placed over the threshold.

गृहार्थमरोपितस्यादपश्येति न्यायःIt takes its origin from a lamp hanging over the threshold of a house, which, by its peculiar position, serves to light both the house and the path leading to it. It is used to denote something...

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