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• Illīśaḥ - m. The ilīśa fish. Synonyms: 2. vārikarpūraḥ 3. gāṅgeyaḥ 4. śapharādhipaḥ 5. jalatālaḥ  - trikāṇḍaśeṣaḥ 6. ilīśaḥ 7. rājaśpharaḥ 8. illīśaḥ 9. jalatāpī - śabdaratnāvalī
 
• Illīśaḥ - m. The ilīśa fish. Synonyms: 2. vārikarpūraḥ 3. gāṅgeyaḥ 4. śapharādhipaḥ 5. jalatālaḥ  - trikāṇḍaśeṣaḥ 6. ilīśaḥ 7. rājaśpharaḥ 8. illīśaḥ 9. jalatāpī - śabdaratnāvalī
 
Rājavallabha and Rājanirghaṅṭa describe the charateristics of this fish as follows – “It increases bile, phlegm and digestive fire. It is sweet and agreeable”.
 
Rājavallabha and Rājanirghaṅṭa describe the charateristics of this fish as follows – “It increases bile, phlegm and digestive fire. It is sweet and agreeable”.
 
Bhāvaprakāśa says,
 
Bhāvaprakāśa says,
 
Trans. “illīśa is sweet, oily and bright. It increases the (digestive) fire, creates bile and phlegm, is a light aphrodisiac and removes flatulence”.
 
Trans. “illīśa is sweet, oily and bright. It increases the (digestive) fire, creates bile and phlegm, is a light aphrodisiac and removes flatulence”.
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* Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu
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Revision as of 06:59, 3 November 2014

By M. A. Alwar


Sometimes transliterated as: Illisah, IllIZaH, Illishah


• Illīśaḥ - m. The ilīśa fish. Synonyms: 2. vārikarpūraḥ 3. gāṅgeyaḥ 4. śapharādhipaḥ 5. jalatālaḥ - trikāṇḍaśeṣaḥ 6. ilīśaḥ 7. rājaśpharaḥ 8. illīśaḥ 9. jalatāpī - śabdaratnāvalī Rājavallabha and Rājanirghaṅṭa describe the charateristics of this fish as follows – “It increases bile, phlegm and digestive fire. It is sweet and agreeable”. Bhāvaprakāśa says, Trans. “illīśa is sweet, oily and bright. It increases the (digestive) fire, creates bile and phlegm, is a light aphrodisiac and removes flatulence”.


References

  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu