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acyuta — term (acyuta), name (Acyuta) infallible or imperishable; one who is never deviated, moved, or shaken; one who never falls from the transcendental position; a name for Śrī Kṛṣṇa ✍ He is acyuta, similarly the desires of the devotees in the… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
acyutâ̱graja — अच्युताग्रज … Indonesian dictionary
Ачьюта — Acyuta незыблемый, вечный , эпитет Вишну Кришны; эпитет раджи … Бхагавадгита. Толковый словарь терминов
Madhvacharya — For Madhavacharya the Advaita saint, see Madhava Vidyaranya. Śrī Madhvācārya (Pūrṇaprajña Tīrtha or Ānanda Tīrtha) An artistic depiction of Madhvacharya Born 1238 CE Pājaka, Uḍupi, India … Wikipedia
Scholarship among Ancient Kambojas — The Kambojas are an ancient people of the north western Indian subcontinent (Central Asia), frequently mentioned in ancient Indian texts (though not directly in the Rig Veda). They spoke an Indo Iranian derived language, an Indo European family… … Wikipedia
Acyutah — In Hinduism, Acyutah is another name of Vishnu or God and appears as the 100th [ [http://www.ecse.rpi.edu/Homepages/shivkuma/personal/music/vishnu sahasranamam meanings.htm Vishnu Sahasranamam] ] and 318th names in the Vishnu sahasranama. This is … Wikipedia
He — interjection (Sanskrit) 1. =O ✍ WRONG: He Rādhe! He Kṛṣṇa! Please give me mercy one time. ✍ O Rādhā, O Kṛṣṇa, please give me mercy one time. 2. =Hey ✍ WRONG: Not knowing Your glories, and either because I was careless, or affectionately… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
Narayana — For twin avatars of Vishnu, see Nara Narayana. Lakshmi with Vishnu Narayana at Vaikuntha Narayana (Sanskrit: नारायण; nārāyaṇa;Kannada: ನಾರಾಯಣ;Telugu: నారాయణ; … Wikipedia
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Vaikhanasas — Vaikhanasam is one of the principal traditions of Hinduism and primarily worships Vishnu (and his associated avatars) as the Supreme God. The name Vaikhanasas stands for both the followers as well as the fundamental philosophy itself with the… … Wikipedia