Difference between revisions of "Indrapuṣpā"

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==Gender Form of Indrapuṣpā==
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==Gender of word==
Indrapuṣpā is a feminine form.
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Indrapuṣpā is [[a]] feminine form.
  
==Origin of Word Indrapuṣpā==
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==Origin==
 
It is derived from indranīlavat puṣpaṁ yasyāḥ which means "She whose flower resembles indranīla".
 
It is derived from indranīlavat puṣpaṁ yasyāḥ which means "She whose flower resembles indranīla".
  
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* Lāṅgalikī tree (Methonica superba)<ref>Ratnāmalā</ref>
 
* Lāṅgalikī tree (Methonica superba)<ref>Ratnāmalā</ref>
 
* Viṣalāṅgalā
 
* Viṣalāṅgalā
 
==Indrapuṣpā Details==
 
Details  of Indrapuṣpā can be found under the word lāṅgalikī.
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 23:52, 14 October 2014

By M. A. Alwar


Sometimes transliterated as: Indrapuspa, IndrapuSpA, Indrapushpaa


Gender of word

Indrapuṣpā is a feminine form.

Origin

It is derived from indranīlavat puṣpaṁ yasyāḥ which means "She whose flower resembles indranīla".

Synonyms of Indrapuṣpā

  • Lāṅgalikī tree (Methonica superba)[1]
  • Viṣalāṅgalā

References

  1. Ratnāmalā
  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu