Ibhyaḥ

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• Ibhyaḥ - 1. Adjective (can be used in all three genders) 2. Masculine, in the sense of King, and elephant-rider. Etymologically, it is derived as ibhamarhati (deserves an elephant), by adding the suffix yat to ibha. 1. A wealthy person – Amara. 2. A king 3. An elephant rider Chandogyopanishad 1|10 उषस्तर्हि चाक्रायण