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कर्ष

कर्ष
 karṣa [ karSa ]


m. ( √ kṛṣ ), the act of drawing, dragging Pāṇ.

( with and without halasya ) ploughing, agriculture Āp. Yājñ. ii, 217

' anything scratched off ', kṣāma-karṣa-miśrá

( as, am ), m. n. a weight of gold or silver ( = 16 Māshas = 80 Rettis = 1/4 Pala = 1/400 of a Tulā = about 176 grains troy

in common use 8 Rettis are given to the Māsha, and the Karsha is then about 280 grains troy ) Suśr. VarBṛS. etc.

Terminalia Bellerica ( also called akṣa, q.v. ) L.

a boat L.




karṣa-phala [ karSaphala ]

m. Terminalia Bellerica L.

( ā ), f. Emblica officinalis L.



karṣârdha [ karSArdha ]

n. = tolaka L.