grantha

From Sanskrita
Jump to: navigation, search
grantha
Dhātu:
Dhātupāṭha:

Related Sanskrit Words:

Derived Words in Other Languages:

English:
Español:
Pratyaya:


ग्रन्थ

grantha [ grantha ]


m. tying, binding, stringing together cf. L.

= °thí, a knot cf. TS. vi, 2, 9, 4 ( v.l. )

honeycomb cf. Pāṇ. 4-3, 116 cf. Vārtt

an artificial arrangement of words ( esp. of 32 syllables, =

śloka cf. Jain. ), verse, composition, treatise, literary production, book in prose or verse, text ( opposed to artha ' meaning ' cf. VarBṛS. cf. Vākyap. cf. Sarvad. ) cf. Nir. i, 20 cf. Pāṇ. cf. MBh. cf. Up. etc.

a section ( of cf. Kāṭh. )

the book or sacred scriptures of the Sikhs containing short moral poems by Nānak Shāh and others ( cf. RTL. pp. 158-177 )

wealth, property cf. Jain. cf. Sch. ( cf. uttara-, nir- , ṣaḍ-. )




grantha-karaṇa [ granthakaraNa ]

n. composition of books or treatises cf. W.



grantha-kartṛ [ granthakartR ]

m. a book-maker, author cf. W.



grantha-kāra [ granthakAra ]

m. id. cf. MBh. xiii, 690 cf. Vedântas. 1 cf. Sch.



grantha-kuṭī [ granthakuTI ]

f. a library cf. L.

a study cf. W.



grantha-kūṭī [ granthakUTI ]

for -kuṭī



grantha-kṛt [ granthakRt ]

m. = -kartṛ cf. MBh. xiii, 694



grantha-parṇī [ granthaparNI ]

f. ' knot-leaved ', a kind of Dūrvā grass cf. L.



grantha-vistara [ granthavistara ]

m. a voluminous text cf. VarBṛS. i, 2

a multitude of Granthas ( of 32 syllables each ) cf. BrahmabUp. cf. AmṛtabUp.



grantha-vistāra [ granthavistAra ]

m. diffuseness of style, voluminousness cf. W.



grantha-saṃdhi [ granthasaMdhi ]

m. a section of a work, chapter cf. L.



granthávṛtti [ granthavRtti ]

f. a quotation ( ? ) cf. L.