Saṃvidā (संविदा).— An agreement or a promise, an alliance. f. n. what was estimated before bedtime MBh. xii , 180 , 32. अभिसम्पूज् [abhisampj ] [ abhi-sam-√ pj ] (general ind.p. [ -pejya ] in honor, highly revered Lit. Bett.M rkP. अभ्युत्तॄ [abhyuttṝ] [abhy-ut-√ tṝ ] ( [ -t-taranti] cross the bed; (

[ -tarema] to cross, to (gem.) bed. Sa-vid () – An agreement or a promise, the alliance. अभ्युपाय [abhyupya] [abhy-up`ya] m. an agreement, a promise, a commitment, a bed. अभ्युपेत्याशुश्रूषा [abhyupety-u-ara] [abhyupety-u-r] for breach of contractual service, a law regulating disputes between the Lord and a servant who accepts. Bed. ii , 182 following. 2) [v.s. …] n. (?) Order, Agreement, [Mah-bh-rata viii, 4512.] Every urban settlement should have a cultural unit that should preserve the heritage, natural structures and heritage of the city. The Director General of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Good Governance and Policy Analysis, Shri R.

Parshuram, said this during the signing of a protocol between the Institute and the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach) in New Delhi. The MoU agreed to work on several points, including Madhya Pradesh`s Heritage Policy Programme, Ancient Heritage Documentation, Capacity Building, Education and Culture. अभ्यनुमोदन [abhyanumodana] [abhy-anumodana] n. 2) [v.s. …] n. (?) Disposition, Agreement, [Mahābhārata viii, 4512.] Part 24 – Rāmādvaya (a.d. 1300) < [Chapter XI – The Śaṅkara School of Vedānta (continued)] A History of Indian Philosophy Volume 2 (by Surendranath Dasgupta) 1) Saṃvida (संविद):—[=saṃ-vida] [from saṃ-vid] mfn. Having consciousness, conscious (in a-s), [Śatapatha-brāhmaṇa] Kāṇḍa X, adhyāya 5, brāhmaṇa 2 < [Dîme Kāṇḍa] Research found 4 books and stories containing Samvida, Saṃvidā, Saṃvida, Sam-vida, Saṃ-vida; (Plurals include: Samvidas, Saṃvidās, Saṃvidas, vidas). You can also click on the full preview with excerpts of text in English.

Below you will find direct links to the most relevant articles: agreement with, permission, read. My name is Takam. अभ्युपधा [abhyupadh`] [ abhy-upa-√ dh` ] [ -pa-dadh`ti ] , lit TS. ; with (instr.) Bed to cover. In: P. ( [ – epa-dadhati ] , Subj. [ -d`d`mahai] in addition to or with Lit.

. . . Sanskrit, also spelled संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam), is an ancient language of India that is generally considered the grandmother of the Indo-European language family (even English!). Closely associated with Prakrit and Pali, Sanskrit is more comprehensive in grammatical and conceptual terms, and has the largest collection of literature in the world, far surpassing its sister languages, Greek and Latin. The Eight Great Hells < [The World of Transmigration] Rv. x , 53 , 8. अभिसम्बोधन [abhisambodhana ] [abhi-sam-bodhana ] n.

reach the Bodhi Lit. Mr. Buddh. अभिहर [abhihara ] [ abhi-hara ] m. f. n. (ifc.) Remove, remove Lit L. unguent (to rub the feet; cf.

[ jana ] lit. . अभिसमापद् [abhisam-pad] [abhi-sam-`-√ pad] (perf. [ -pede] Bed. A. Lesson XI – The warning < [Book I – Shiksha Valli] Begins with: Samvidahana, Samvidahati, Samvidahi, Samvidahitabba, Samvidahitva, Samvidamana, Samvidana, Samvidata. Full text: Samviditam, Asamvida, Asamvidana, Samvidita, Samvid. n. addressed bed, connected (gem.). MBh. i , bed 3592.

Mr. Ragh. v , 14 अभिसम्पू [abhisampa] [ abhi-sam-√ p` ] [ -pavate ] to go above or in the direction (acc.) That`s right. अभुक्तपूर्व [abhuktap-rva ] [ a-bhukta-perva ] m. . . .

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