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bandhá [ bandha ]


m. binding, tying, a bond, tie, chain, fetter cf. RV. etc.

a ligature, bandage cf. Suśr.

damming up ( a river ) cf. MārkP.

capture, arrest, imprisonment, custody cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

connection or intercourse with ( comp. ) cf. Pañcat. cf. BhP. ( ifc. = connected with, conducive to cf. MBh. )

putting together, uniting, contracting, combining, forming, producing cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

joining ( the hollowed hands ) cf. Ragh

anything deposited ( °dhe-√ sthā= to remain deposited ) cf. Campak

a deposit, pledge cf. Rājat

any configuration or position of the body ( esp. of the hands and feet ) cf. Ragh. cf. Kum

a partic. mode of sexual union ( there are said to be 16, 18, 36, or even 84 cf. L. ), Caur

constructing, building ( of a bridge etc. ) cf. MBh. cf. Rājat

bridging over ( the sea ) cf. Vcar.

knitting ( the brows ) cf. Rājat

fixing, directing ( mind, eyes, etc. ) cf. Cat.

assumption, obtainment ( of a body ) cf. Ragh

( ifc. ) conceiving, cherishing, feeling, betraying cf. Hariv. cf. Kālid

a border, framework, inclosure, receptacle cf. L.

a sinew, tendon cf. L.

the body cf. L.

( in phil. ) mundane bondage, attachment to this world cf. ŚvetUp. cf. Bhag. etc. ( opp. to mukti, mokṣa, ' final emancipation ', and regarded in the Sāṃkhya as threefold, viz. prakṛti-, vaikārika-, and dakṣiṇā-b° )

combination of sounds ( in rhet. ), construction or arrangement of words cf. Kāvyâd. cf. Pratāp

arrangement of a stanza in a partic. shape cf. Kpr.

arrangement of musical sounds, composition cf. Śatr

a disease which prevents the eyelids from quite closing cf. Suśr.

( ifc. with numerals ) a part ( cf. pañca-, daśa-b° )




bandhá-kampa [ bandhakampa ]

m. N. of a poet cf. Cat.



bandhá-karaṇa [ bandhakaraNa ]

n. binding, fettering, holding back ( also by magic ) cf. Kathās



bandhá-kartṛ [ bandhakartR ]

m. a binder, fetterer, restrainer ( said of Śiva ) cf. MBh.



bandhá-kaumudī [ bandhakaumudI ]

f. N. of a poem and a wk. on metrics



bandhá-tantra [ bandhatantra ]

n. a complete army ( possessing the 4 divisions of chariots, elephants, horse, and foot ) cf. W.



bandhá-traya-vidhāna [ bandhatrayavidhAna ]

n. N. of wk.



bandhá-deśa [ bandhadeza ]

m. N. of a country cf. Cat.



bandhá-nṛtya [ bandhanRtya ]

n. ( in music ) a kind of dance cf. Saṃgīt



bandhá-pāruṣya [ bandhapAruSya ]

n. forced construction of words cf. Pratāp



bandhá-pāśá [ bandhapAza ]

m. a bond, fetter cf. AV.



bandhá-maya [ bandhamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of bonds, serving for or being like a bond cf. MW.



bandhá-mudrā [ bandhamudrA ]

f. the impression or mark of fetters cf. ib.



bandhá-mocanikā [ bandhamocanikA ]

or f. ' releasing from bonds ', N. of a Yoginī cf. Kathās



bandhá-mocinī [ bandhamocinI ]

f. ' releasing from bonds ', N. of a Yoginī cf. Kathās



bandhá-vimocana-stotra [ bandhavimocanastotra ]

n. N. of a Stotra



bandhá-stambha [ bandhastambha ]

m. ' binding-post ', the post to which an elephant is tied cf. L.