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संहार

संहार
 saṃ-hāra [ saMhAra ]


-raka etc. See saṃ-√ hṛ




saṃ-hāra [ saMhAra ]

m. bringing together, collection, accumulation MBh.

contraction ( of the organs of speech, opp. to vi-hāra, q.v. ) RPrāt.

drawing in ( of an elephant's trunk ) Ragh

binding together ( of hair ; veṇī-s° ). MBh.

fetching back ( an arrow after its discharge by magical means ) MBh. R. Pur. ( cf. IW. 402, n. 1 )

abridgment, comprehensive description, a compendium, manual Lāṭy

destruction ( esp. the periodical destruction of the universe at end of a Kalpa ) Mn. MBh. etc.

a destroyer ( = saṃhartṛ ) MBh. xiv, 1577

end, conclusion ( of a drama or of an act of a drama ) Bhar. Sāh. etc.

a division of the infernal regions L.

N. of an Asura ( v.l. saṃ-hrāda ) Hariv.

practice, skill W.

-kārin mfn. causing universal destruction Pañcat

-kāla m. the time of the destruction of the world MBh.

-kālāya Nom. Ā. °yate, to appear like the time of the destruction of the world Śukas

-buddhi-mat mfn. intending to destroy the world Hariv.

-bhairava m. Bhairava as world-destroyer ( one of the 8 forms of Bhairava, q.v. ) Cat.

-mudrā f. N. of a partic. posture in the Tantra worship ( = visarjana-mudrā ) MW.

-varman m. N. of a man Daś

-vega-vat mfn. ardently wishing to destroy the world MBh.



saṃ-hāraka [ saMhAraka ]

mfn. ( cf. asthi-s° ) drawing together, compressing, closing MW.

destructive, ruinous ib.

a destroyer ib.



saṃ-hārika [ saMhArika ]

mfn. all-destroying Hcat



saṃ-hārin [ saMhArin ]

mfn. destroying ( ifc. ) Kathās