aGYaanaaM = of the foolish virtueless aparigraha = abstention from greed, non-possessiveness vile sycophant ( খঁয়ের খা ) Chip of the old block ( বাপকা বেটা ) He is a chip of the old black. avashishhyate = remains Buddha ahi = on earth asaaraM = worthless/without essence abhikrama = in endeavoring The Sanskrit words listed here are exhaustive and have been referenced from different Indian texts. L. n. the tuberous root of the plant Costus speciosus Lit. aardita = parched, dry ambhasi = on the water aarohaNa = climbing avaapyate = is achieved Sanskrit for 'grapes', 'raisins' or 'vines'. अनसूयन्तः = without envy Found 0 sentences matching phrase "vegetable".Found in 4 ms. अनुस्मरन् anusmaran.h = remembering अनिष्टं = leading to hell Name of several plants (Piper longum;the Indigo plant;a grape;a punar-navā-with dark blossoms;Gmelina arborea;Nigella indica;Sinapis ramosa;Vernonia anthelminthica; equals kākolī-;a sort of sārivā-) kṛṣṇagarbha: m. the plant Myrica sapida (= kaṭphala-) kṛṣṇagulma: m. (equals-garbha-) the plant Myrica sapida : kṛṣṇaśapha asataH = of the nonexistent अनुराधा = Seventeenth nakshatra antike = near apratishhThaH = without any position amR^itaM = veritable nectar ayaGYasya = for one who performs no sacrifice drākṣā (द्राक्षा).—f (S) The vine, Vitis vinifera. aarabhyate = is begun avyayasya = of the imperishable araNyam.h = (n) jungle, forest Discover the meaning of draksha or draksa in the context of General definition from relevant books on Exotic India. ardhashirshhaasana = the half headstand posture aabharaNaM = ornaments asatyaM = unreal itihaasa = history अनामयं = without miseries aatmaratiH = taking pleasure in the self Sanskrit Subhashitas with English meaning. अधिदैवतम् = called अधिदैवम् ichchhati = (6 up) to wish aaruDha = The sign which is as distant from the lord as the lord is from the akshayaM = unlimited The Yogasārasaṃgraha [mentioning drākṣā] deals with entire recipes in the route of administration, and thus deals with the knowledge of pharmacy (bhaiṣajya-kalpanā) which is a branch of pharmacology (dravyaguṇa). अनर्थं = purposeless/in vain/danger-productive aarya = wise man abuddhayaH = less intelligent persons अधीत = studied, पढ़ा हुआ May 24, 2011 at 12:45 am. ashubhaat.h = from ill fortune ishhTaan.h = desired asat.h = matter = Lordship aarthika = (adj) economic, fiscal abhimaana = self-importance If you would like to know the Sanskrit name of any other vegetable, you can contact us through the comment section. अनुबन्धे = at the end avasthitaan.h = arrayed on the battlefield ichchhasi = you wish arishhu = on enemies अधिपः = king, chief, protector, राजा अनुचारय = (causative of अनु+अर) follow Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article. Name - GOBHANU. ashraddadhaanaH = without faith in revealed scriptures Rasala means something in Hinduism, Sanskrit, Marathi, Hindi. ichchhan.h = present participle of ishh, to wish अन्तरेण antareNa = without (-kṣā) A grape. apaatrebhyaH = to unworthy persons [kāśmīrā ] f. a sort of grape Lit. Reply. aapnuvanti = attain what will be sanskrit name for peas and cucumber. < [Dhanvantari Samhita], Chapter CXCIV - Medical treatments of Sinus etc < [Dhanvantari Samhita], Chapter CCXXVII - Different names of the Ayurvedic Drugs < [Dhanvantari Samhita], Maha Prajnaparamita Sastra (by Gelongma Karma Migme Chödrön), Notes on the renouncement of intoxicating drinks < [Section I.5 - Abstention from liquor], Part 1 - Various kinds of drinks < [Section I.5 - Abstention from liquor], The history of Andhra country (1000 AD - 1500 AD) (by Yashoda Devi), Part 2 - Mankaditya (A.D. 1150) < [Chapter XIII - The Dynasties in South Kalinga], Part 8 - Bhima II and Pota (A.D. 1149-1195) < [Chapter IX - The Kandravadis (A.D. 1130-1280)], Sushruta Samhita, Volume 6: Uttara-tantra (by Kaviraj Kunja Lal Bhishagratna), Chapter X - Treatment of Pittaja Ophthalmia < [Canto I - Shalakya-tantra (ears, eyes, nose, mouth and throat)], Chapter XLV - Symptoms and Treatment of Hemorrhage (Rakta-pitta) < [Canto III - 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GODILA. अनन्तवीर्या = unlimited potency Priyal also means a vine, a bunch of grapes, Butter tree (botanical name Bassia latifolia) or Common Grapevine. abda = Season of plenty May 24, … aalambate = to recline arjuna = a disciple of Krishna, hero of the Mahabharata The World Mother becomes very much pleased … aavR^ishhTi = (fem) rain The ultimate goal of Rasashastra is not only to preserve and prolong life, but also to bestow wealth upon humankind. asau = him (from adas.h) avinaasha = undestructible, name of Vishnu Literature is commonly written in Sanskrit using various poetic metres. amanyata = believed ityuta = thus it is said ayajanta = third person plur. iih.h = to wish Discover the meaning of draksha or draksa in the context of Sanskrit from relevant books on Exotic India. ahita = sorrow (antonym of hita) aalochate = to think, to contemplate avaGYaataM = without proper attention The Purana (पुराण, purāṇas) refers to Sanskrit literature preserving ancient India’s vast cultural history, including historical legends, religious ceremonies, various arts and sciences. aatmasa.nyama = of controlling the mind aksharaM = indestructible ইংরেজি - বাংলা Online অভিধান। Providing the maximum meaning of a word by combining the best sources with us. अनन्यचेताः = without deviation of the mind Below are direct links for the most relevant articles: Rasa Jala Nidhi, vol 3: Metals, Gems and other substances (by Bhudeb Mookerjee), Part 24 - Usage of poisons < [Chapter XXX - Visha (poisons)], Part 13 - Anupanas (accompaniments of iron) < [Chapter IV - Metals (4): Lauha (iron)], Part 7 - Incineration of iron (26) < [Chapter IV - Metals (4): Lauha (iron)], The Garuda Purana (by Manmatha Nath Dutt), Chapter CCXVIII - Various Recipes of fumigation-compounds, etc. ardhorukam.h = (n) half-pant , shorts Sanskrit Subhashitas with English meaning. aasuraM = demonic apohanaM = forgetfulness aadityavat.h = like the rising sun ishhTvaa = worshiping aashhu = very soon Sanskrit, also spelled संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam), is an ancient language of India commonly seen as the grandmother of the Indo-European language family (even English!). अन्तरात्मा antaraatmaa = the inner self, residing in the heart )from guessing or induction aasaktamanaaH = mind attached iti = like that ichchhantaH = desiring aavartinaH = returning aarakshakaH = (m) policeman aashina = old (also heard as aashiina) asR^ishhTaannaM = without distribution of prasaadam अन्तरिक्षम् antarikshaM = space, sky arthaM = wealth aaruhya = having climbed Sidereal avayavaH = A Limb (of the body), A part, a portion, a component, a constitunt, an ingredient ashishhyaaya = non-disciple i.e.non-believer ashhTa = eight itaraH = common (अञ्जन) = anointment aasthitaH = being situated aGYa = the ignorant person arhasi = deserve अनुकम्पार्थं = to show special mercy aarurukshoH = who has just begun yoga abhimukhaaH = towards Drākṣā (द्राक्षा) refers to “grapes”, mentioned in verse 3.34 of the Aṣṭāṅgahṛdayasaṃhitā (Sūtrasthāna) by Vāgbhaṭa.—Accordingly, “[...] In groves in which the hot-rayed one is darkened by cloud-grazing huge Sal trees and Palmyra palms, (and which are) profuse in bunches of grapes [viz., drākṣā-stabaka] clinging to spring-flowers in a rest-house in which (are found) plenty of cloths besprinkled with fragrant cold water, [...]”. ayuktasya = of one who is not connected (with KRishhNa consciousness) amR^itopamaM = just like nectar alpaM = a few, little, inadequate aardra = wet asmin.h = in this अनुवर्तते = follows in the footsteps Koṭṭaka was a place for this operation. avyabhichaariNii = without any break annaM = (n) food ahatvaa = not killing aagataH = having attained ikshvaakave = unto King Iksvaku, iidR^ishhaM = like this asyati = (4 pp) to throw अनित्यं = temporary iikshate = (1 ap) to see, Manukulbridhu wisdomlib - the greatest source of ancient and modern knowledge; Like what you read? avahaasaarthaM = for joking hjjhjhjhjj. aaste = remains arthiyaM = meant aavayoH = of ours aakhya = named apravR^ittiH = inactivity avataarayati = to keep down, to get down anveshhaNam.h = (n) search, exploration I was searching for Sanskrit names of various naivedyams offered in our rituals (in all regions and traditions) like pulihora, chakra pongali, and various fruits and juices etc. A great treasure of wisdom. Sanskrit girl name Priyal (Sanskrit प्रियाल) literally refers bestowing pleasure. aakarshhaNa = attraction Full-text (+27): Kapiladraksha, Draksharishta, Drakshaghrita, Draksharasa, Drakshasava, Drakha, Drakshavaruni, Drakshamat, Drakshavana, Mridvika, Drakshalata, Drakshaprastha, Drakshavalayabhumi, Kshudreksha, Kapishayana, Dhraksha, Drakshi, Kapilaphala, Laghudraksha, Draksharameshvara. aaraadhya = pleasable avaachya = unkind iha = here aksharaH = infallible This list has names of fruits in Sanskrit, its transliteration along with English and Hindi meaning for everyone's benefit. Lit. अनार्य = persons who do not know the value of life अन्तःपेटिका antaHpeTikaa = (f) drawer Grape: Sanskrit: द्राक्षाफलम्: IAST Transliteration: drākṣāphalam: Hindi: अंगूर ashvatthaamaa = Asvatthama aayatana = place, position aattha = have spoken aap.h = to obtain [...] Cyavanaprāśa can be consumed in all seasons as it contains weather friendly ingredients which nullify unpleasant effects due to extreme environmental and climatic conditions. Meaning - FINDER of COWS. ashnaasi = you eat अनिलचुल्लि = (f) gas (LPG) अनुत्तमं = the finest ashuchiH = unclean apaishunaM = aversion to fault-finding aprakaashaH = darkness apaane = in the air which acts downward A gems of knowledge for all ages. asmaan.h = us abhaktaaya = to one who is not a devotee iyaM = this avana = protection avaruuNaddhi = to obstruct madhu meaning in sanskrit. itaretara = mutual, each-other aayaH = (m) income, earnings ... please give the name of beetroot,grapes. aliika = (adj) false, untrue anyaiH = by others indiraaramaNa = Vishnu, Husband of Goddess Lakshmi abala = helpless (woman) abhitaH = everywhere ashru = (n) tears aatataayinaH = aggressors अनुद्दिश्य = having targetted or aimed at avekshe = let me see Meaning - ONE WHO GIVES COWS. aanandamayaH = full of great happiness aashcharyamayaM = wonderful asthi = Bone astamavelaa = (fem) evening twilight house concerned aaropayati = to plant ashastraM = without being fully equipped aatma = of the self iirsha = jelousy aakula = full of अंग्रेजानी संस्कृतम् शब्दकोष (English to Sanskrit dictionary),संस्कृतशब्दकोशः&oldid=508015, क्रियेटिव कॉमन्स ऐट्रिब्यूशन/शेयर-अलाइक अभिज्ञापत्रस्य, १६ जनवरी २०२१ (तमे) दिनाङ्के ०७:२४ समये अन्तिमपरिवर्तनं जातम्. अध्रुवं = temporary अनुशोचितुम् = to lament aarabhate = begins aasinaM = situated avyayaM = immutable अनवाप्तं = wanted apatya = Progeny Discover the meaning of draksha or draksa in the context of Purana from relevant books on Exotic India. aadyaM = original Containing grapes or having a grape flavor. avatu = (may the lord) protect aatmanaH = of the person avaraM = abominable aatmajaH = son abandhu = one who does not have any brothers / kinmen arpaNaM = contribution aayaatana = abode, resting place having a circlet of small bells : kiṅkiṇikā: f. idem or 'f. aasaadya = attaining asura = devil anyayaa = by the other ashnan.h = eating Drākṣā (द्राक्षा) is a Sanskrit word referring to Vitis vinifera, a species of vine from the Vitaceae (or, Vitidaceae) family of flowering plants. abhavat.h = became abhyarchya = by worshiping avaachii = (f) south apavarga = heaven, liberation avyakta = nonmanifested avekshya = considering avagachchha = must know anyatra = somewhere else aavriyate = is covered avasthaatrayaH = three states of bodily consciousness (awake, sleep, dream) abhijita = A nakshatra between uttaraashhDhaa and shravaNa mainly centred on the star Vega. Various kinds of fruits were grown and consumed by the people in ancient India. asvargyaM = which does not lead to higher planets abhinivesha = possessiveness अनभिस्नेहः = without affection asthipaJNjaram.h = (n) skeleton अनुतिष्ठन्ति = regularly perform ambaa = mother aamaya = disease ardhanavaasana = the half-boat posture A gems of knowledge for all ages. amR^itattvaaya = for liberation arthopaarjanaaya = for earning maney abhyudaya = rise , prosperity For some reason it is not usually included in the 27 nakshatras although it would make 28 if it was avaniM = earth abraviit.h = spoke asa.nnyasta = without giving up In English, it is known as “common grape vine”. avataara = a divine incarnation particularly of Vishnu, e.g. ijyate = is performed avasan.h = III pl. Mention of Suphala is found in the writings of lexicographers like Halayudh and Amar Singh where Suphala is a kind of brown grape. indugopa = a centipede commonly seen during rainy season grape colour: (uncountable) grapeshot. avidhipuurvakaM = in a wrong way aagama = arrival aahartR^i = (m adj.) asampraGYaata = unconscious samadhi asammuuDhaH = undeluded Chapter CXCIV - Medical treatments of Sinus etc, Chapter CCXXVII - Different names of the Ayurvedic Drugs, Notes on the renouncement of intoxicating drinks, The history of Andhra country (1000 AD - 1500 AD), Part 8 - Bhima II and Pota (A.D. 1149-1195), Sushruta Samhita, Volume 6: Uttara-tantra, Chapter X - Treatment of Pittaja Ophthalmia, Chapter XLV - Symptoms and Treatment of Hemorrhage (Rakta-pitta), Chapter XLVII - Symptoms and Treatment of Alcoholism (Panatyaya). abdhii = (m) ocean, sea aasiita = does remain still aatmavishvaasaH = (m) confidence abhyaasayogena = by the practice of devotional service aGYataa = ignorance Gīt. Fruits were also dried up for preservation. ardhoruka = (n) half-pant aapuurya = covering aaryaa = (f) a respected woman ijyayaa = by worship avaaptuM = to achieve अनश्नन् = without eating (having fasted) asaumya = (adj) unpleasant aabrahmabhuvanaat.h = up to the Brahmaloka planet asammohaH = freedom from doubt iishaavaasyaM = inhabited or manifested by the Master anyathaa = other avasannaaH = inadequate अन्तरम् antaraM = between aavartaH = (m) whirlpool apraamaamaaNya = Unjustified asaktaH = without attachment Of all languages, Sanskrit is the foremost, charming and divine. indriyaH = senses indriyagraamaM = the full set of senses This plant (Drākṣā) is also mentioned as a medicine used for the treatment of all major fevers (jvara), as described in the Jvaracikitsā (or “the treatment of fever”) which forms the first chapter of the Sanskrit work called Mādhavacikitsā. amR^itodbhavaM = produced from the churning of the ocean aashvaasayaamaasa = encouraged aaptuM = afflicts one with aparaa = lower अध्वान् = (m) road, path, way अधोमुख = face downwards aatman.h = Soul avasthaa = a state of the mind (अङ्गैस्तुष्टुवांसस्तनूभिः) = having satisfied with strong limbs? ashlaaghya = adj. ishhubhiH = with arrows अधिपतिः = lord, in-charge, राजा अनेक aneka = Many aashritaM = assuming iishvaraH = the Supreme Lord abhyasuuyantaH = out of envy aviGYeyaM = unknowable ichchh.h = to wish iikshaNa = seeing aapnoti = achieves The plant is identified as a liana growing up to 32 meters in height, and has a flaky bark. abhibhavati = transforms ambaraM = sky, garment apakR^i = to harm avibhaktaM = without division अनुबन्धम् = of future bondage andha = blind (ॐ) = Primordial Sound aardraa = Sixth nakshatra aacharaan.h = performing abhijaayate = becomes manifest aayuH = [long] life E. drākṣi to desire, affix a . asR^ij = (neut) blood aarohati = to climb, to ascend अन्तरे antare = between arthan.h = and economic development aavR^itaH = is covered alakshmiH = poverty (alaxmiH is opp. antarsukhaH = happy from within alabdhabhuumikatva = the feeling that it is impossible to see reality aatmiyataa = the feeling of oneness aphala = one without fruit Driven by hunger, a fox tried to reach some grapes hanging high on the vine but was unable to, although he leaped with all his strength. अनुपश्यन्ति = can see अनुप्रपन्नाः = following आध्यात्मविद्या = spiritual knowledge grape = द्राक्षा; H [सम्पाद्यताम्] house = सदन/गृह; hour = होरा; Horse = अश्वः; K [सम्पाद्यताम्] lion = सिंह; light = प्रकाश; luck = भाग्यम; Khalasya = दुष्ट व्यक्ति; M [सम्पाद्यताम्] ashraddadhaanaaH = those who are faithless asheshhaaNi = all alpamedhasaaM = of those of small intelligence aatmayogaat.h = by My internal potency amedhyaM = untouchable aatmana = (Masc.instr.sing.) aayushhkaaraka = Significator of Longevity which is Saturn aashcharyaaNi = all the wonders aanandana = happiness arpita = surrendering aakaasha = ether iishvara = lord, the capable (here) अनन्यस्वाम्यम् = (n) patent rights aalasya = idleness iishvaraM = the Supersoul अन्तकाले antakaale = at the end of life aasinaH = eaters You can also click to the full overview containing English textual excerpts. aachaaryaaH = teachers itthaM = like that alpaayu = Short life between 8 and 32 years It includes also the juice of grapes in ‘honey’ (madhu). ahaN^kR^itaH = of false ego aananda = happiness अनात्मनः = of one who has failed to control the mind asmadiiyaiH = our indro = the Lord Indra ashhTaavakra = name of a deformed(at eight places) sage अधुना = recently, अब aasana = seat Drākṣa (द्राक्ष) refers to the “grapes”: a type of fruit (phala), according to Jain canonical texts (e.g., the Jñātādharmakathāṅga-sūtra from the 3rd century B.C.). aakaashaM = the sky avasaadayet.h = put into degradation अध्यापयितुम = to teach (infinitive of causative of adhi+i, to study) abhyasanaM = practice abhi = preposition arisuudana = O killer of the enemies मधुक्षीरद्राक्षामधुमधुरिमा कैरपि पदेर्विशिष्यावाख्येयो भवति रसनामात्र- विषयः (madhukṣīradrākṣāmadhumadhurimā kairapi paderviśiṣyāvākhyeyo bhavati rasanāmātra- viṣayaḥ) Ānandalaharī. अन्तरात्मना antaraatmanaa = within himself अनृत anR^ita = false indriyaarthebhyaH = from the sense objects For example, we name cup, plate, and cooker, etc. aashu = fast asuuya = jelousy Found 0 sentences matching phrase "arm".Found in 0 ms. amR^itabinduu = a drop of nectar अनुलोमः = with the grain, naturally aaGYaa = command, iN^gate = waver aavirbhuutaM = having taken a physical form or incarnation 2 Grapes or a grape. iiksh.h = to see aadikartre = to the supreme creator asaktiH = being without attachment फलों के नाम हिंदी में पढ़ें. Names of some fruits in Sanskrit — Pomegranate दाडिमम् dadimum . ayojayishhyat.h = if one does not join or connect abhipraayaH = (m) opinion Draksha means something in Hinduism, Sanskrit, Jainism, Prakrit, Marathi. अनभिश्वण्गः = being without association aadibhiH = by those ashubhaan.h = inauspicious apaaraa = one who has no limits avyaktaat.h = to the unmanifest ante = after अधिसरि = competent candidate astaM = destroyed , vanquished ichchhaa = desire indradhanuH = (m) rainbow argasiM = (f) pleasure amalaan.h = pure