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मनसा

manasā [ manasA ]


1 f. N. of a partic. goddess ( described as consisting of a particle of Prakṛti and as daughter of Kaśyapa. sister of the serpent-king Ananta, wife of the Muni Jarat-kāru, mother of the Muni Āstīka and protectress of men from the venom of serpents ; viṣa-harī ). cf. Pañcar.

of a Kiṃ-narī cf. Kāraṇḍ




manasā-devī [ manasAdevI ]

f. the goddess Manasā cf. L.



manasā-pañcamī [ manasApaJcamI ]

f. the 5th day in the dark half of the month Āshsdha ( when there is a festival in honour of the goddess Manasā ) cf. Col.



manasā-rāma [ manasArAma ]

m. N. of a man, Cat.



manasā [ manasA ]

2 instr. of manas, in comp.



manasā-guptā [ manasAguptA ]

f. ( prob. ) N. of a woman cf. Pāṇ. 6- 3, 4 cf. Sch.



manasā-jñāyin [ manasAjJAyin ]

( °sâjñ° ), mfn. perceiving with the soul or intellectually cf. ib. 5 cf. Sch.,



manasā-dattā [ manasAdattA ]

and f. ( prob. ) N. of women cf. ib. 4



manasā-saṃgatā [ manasAsaMgatA ]

f. ( prob. ) N. of women cf. ib. 4