Aņīmāndavya

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Animandavya, AnImAndavya, Animaandavya


  1. māndavya of the spike (aņī)
  2. a muņi, who was wrongly suspected of theft and was punished by being impaled on a spike, and was left with the remnant of the spike point in his body when later he was found to be innocent and the spike cut off (M. Bh.).