Dūrvā

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Durva, DUrvA, Duurvaa


  1. cut or eaten by animals
  2. the sacred grass (Cynodon or Panicum dactylon); the son of the king Nŗpañjaya and father of Timi (Bg. Pur.).