Related Sanskrit Words:
Derived Words in Other Languages:
carita [ carita ]
mfn. gone, gone to, attained cf. W.
' practised ', in comp.
espied, ascertained ( by a spy, cara ) cf. R. vi, 6, 16 and 7, 21
( ám ), n. going, moving, course cf. AV. iii, 15, 4 ; ix, 1, 3 cf. Gobh. iii cf. Suśr.
motion ( of asterisms ) cf. Sūryas
acting, doing, practice, behaviour, acts, deeds, adventures cf. RV. i, 90, 2 cf. MBh. cf. R. cf. VarBṛS. etc. ( ifc. f. ā cf. Gīt. ix, 1 )
carita-guṇa-tva [ caritaguNatva ]
n. attainment of peculiar property or use ( sârthaka-tva cf. Sch. ) cf. Kir. vii, 2
carita-pūrva [ caritapUrva ]
mfn. performed formerly cf. Śak. iv, 21
carita-maya [ caritamaya ]
mf ( ī ) n. ifc. containing or relating deeds or adventures of cf. Kathās. viii, 35
carita-vrata [ caritavrata ]
mfn. one who has observed a vow cf. ĀśvGṛ. i, 8, 12 cf. R. i, 3, 1
caritârtha [ caritArtha ]
mf ( ā ) n. attaining one's object, successful in any undertaking cf. Śak. vii, 31/32 cf. Mālav. v, 19/20 cf. Ragh. cf. Kum. cf. Pāṇ. cf. Kāś. and cf. Siddh
caritârthaya [ caritArthaya ]
Nom. °yati, to cause any one ( acc. ) to attain his aim, satisfy cf. Naish. ix, 49
caritârthita [ caritArthita ]
mfn. satisfied cf. Sarvad. Introd. 2
caritârthin [ caritArthin ]
mfn. desirous of success cf. W.