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पूतना

pūtanā [ pUtanA ]


f. N. of a female demon ( said to cause a partic. disease in children, and to have offered her poisoned breast to the infant Kṛshṇa who seized it and sucked away her life

regarded also as one of the Mātṛs attending upon Skanda, and as a Yogini ) MBh. Hariv. Kāv. Pur.

a kind of disease in a child ( ascribed to the demon Pūtanā ) W.

Terminalia Chebula L.

a species of Valeriana L.

w.r. for pṛtanā




pūtanā-keśa [ pUtanAkeza ]

m.,,



pūtanā-keśī [ pUtanAkezI ]

f. a species of plant Car.



pūtanā-tva [ pUtanAtva ]

n. the state or condition of Pūtanā Kāraṇḍ



pūtanā-dūṣaṇa [ pUtanAdUSaNa ]

m. ' Pūtanā-destroyer ', N. of Kṛshṇa L.



pūtanā-mokṣaṇa-prastāva [ pUtanAmokSaNaprastAva ]

m. N. of ch. of BrahmaP.



pūtanā-vidhāna [ pUtanAvidhAna ]

n. N. of wk.



pūtanā-ri [ pUtanAri ]

( °nârī ),



pūtanā-sūdana [ pUtanAsUdana ]

and m. ' enemy, destroyer, slayer of Pūtāva ', N. of Kṛshṇa L.



pūtanā-han [ pUtanAhan ]

m. ' enemy, destroyer, slayer of Pūtāva ', N. of Kṛshṇa L.