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Indraluptakam – m. It is derived by adding the affix kan to the word indralupta in svārtha (without any change in meaning). It is the disease indralupta, as mentioned in bhūriprayoga, jaṭādhara, hemacandra. Symptoms and Cure of this disease can be seen under indraluptam
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==Gender==
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Indraluptakam is a masculine form.  
  
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==Origin==
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The word is derived by adding the affix kan to the word indralupta in svārtha.<ref>Svārtha means without any change in meaning.</ref>
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==Meaning==
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Indraluptakam is the disease indralupta which is mentioned in:
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# Bhūriprayoga
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# Jaṭā[[dhara]]
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# Hemacandra.
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==Symptoms & Cure==
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Symptoms and Cure of this disease can be seen under indraluptam.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 23:34, 16 December 2016

By M. A. Alwar


Gender

Indraluptakam is a masculine form.

Origin

The word is derived by adding the affix kan to the word indralupta in svārtha.[1]

Meaning

Indraluptakam is the disease indralupta which is mentioned in:

  1. Bhūriprayoga
  2. Jaṭādhara
  3. Hemacandra.

Symptoms & Cure

Symptoms and Cure of this disease can be seen under indraluptam.

References

  1. Svārtha means without any change in meaning.
  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu