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saṃ-hitā [ saMhitA ]

f. conjunction, connection, union TUp.

( in gram. ) the junction or combination of letters according to euphonic rules ( = saṃdhi, but sometimes considered rather as the state preparatory to the actual junction than the junction itself Prāt.

a text treated according to euphonic rules ( esp. the real continuous text of the Vedas as formed out of the Padas or separate words by proper phonetic changes [ according to various schools

cf. IW. 152 ] : beside the Saṃhitās of the Ṛg-, Sāma-, and Atharvaveda there is the Vājasaneyi-Saṃhitās belonging to the White Yajur- veda, and five other Saṃhitās belonging to the black Yajur-veda, viz. the Taittirīya-Saṃhitā, the Saṃhita of the Ātreyas known only by its ānukramaṇī, the Saṃhitā of the Kaṭhas, the Kapishṭhala-Kaṭha- Saṃhitā, and the Saṃhitā of the Maitrāyaṇiyas or Maitrāyaṇī- Saṃhitā ) Nir. Prāt. etc.

any methodically arranged collection of texts or verses ( e.g. the Rām^ayaṇa, the various law-books, the medical works of Caraka and Śārṅgadhara, the complete system of natural astrology etc. [ cf. bṛhat- s° ]

there is also a Saṃhitā of the Purāṇas said to have been compiled by Vyāsa, the substance of which is supposed to be represented by the Viṣṇu- purāṇa ) MBh. VarBṛS. Pur. etc.

science L.

the force which holds together and supports the universe ( a term applied to the Supreme Being, accord. to some ) MW.

N. of various wks.

saṃ-hitā-kalpa [ saMhitAkalpa ]

m. N. of a Pariśishṭa of the Atharva-veda

saṃ-hitā-kāra [ saMhitAkAra ]

m. the author of a Saṃhitā Rājat

saṃ-hitā-japa [ saMhitAjapa ]

m. the recitation of a Saṃhitā ( of the Veda ) Mn. xi, 201

saṃ-hitā-daṇḍaka [ saMhitAdaNDaka ]

m. or n. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-dīpaka [ saMhitAdIpaka ]

n. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-pāṭha [ saMhitApATha ]

m. the continuous text of the Veda ( as formed out of the Pada-pāṭha, q.v. ) Pat. Sch.

saṃ-hitā-prakāra [ saMhitAprakAra ]

m. pl. ( with ekādaśa ) N. of a wk. ( containing 11 modes of reciting Vedic texts, viz. saṃhitā, pada, krama, jaṭā, mālā, śikhā, lekhā, dhvaja, daṇḍa, ratha, gaṇa )

saṃ-hitā-pradīpa [ saMhitApradIpa ]

m. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-bhāṣya [ saMhitAbhASya ]

n. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-ratnâkara [ saMhitAratnAkara ]

m. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-dhyayana [ saMhitAdhyayana ]

( °tâdh° ), n. the repeating of the Saṃhitā of a Veda MBh.

saṃ-hitā-dhyāyin [ saMhitAdhyAyin ]

( °tâdh° ), mfn. repeating the Saṃhitā of a Veda ib.

saṃ-hitā-rṇava [ saMhitArNava ]

( °târn° ), m. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-vat [ saMhitAvat ]

ind., as in the Saṃhitā text MW.

saṃ-hitā-vidhi [ saMhitAvidhi ]

m. the method of the Saṃhitā text RPrāt. Sch.

-vivaraṇa n. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-samāna-lakṣaṇa [ saMhitAsamAnalakSaNa ]

n. N. of a phonetic treatise

saṃ-hitā-sāra [ saMhitAsAra ]


saṃ-hitā-sārâvalī [ saMhitAsArAvalI ]

f. N. of astrol. wks.

saṃ-hitā-sūtra [ saMhitAsUtra ]

n. a kind of Prātiśākhya to the Ṛg-veda

saṃ-hitā-skandha [ saMhitAskandha ]

m. N. of wk.

saṃ-hitā-homapaddhati [ saMhitAhomapaddhati ]

f. N. of wk.

saṃhitôpaniṣad [ saMhitopaniSad ]

f. N. of an Upanishad

-brāhmaṇa n. of a Brāhmaṇa