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तारा

tārā [ tArA ]


f. of °ra, q.v.




tārā-kavaca [ tArAkavaca ]

n. N. of a ch. of Tantras. iii.



tārā-kāruṇya [ tArAkAruNya ]

n. ' the compassion of Tārā, ' N. of R. iv, 20.



tārā-kṣa [ tArAkSa ]

( °r´âk° ), m. ' star-eyed, ' N. of a Daitya ( = °rak´âkṣa ), MBh. viii, 1395

of a king of the Nishadhas ( uncle of Dhūmrâksha ), SambhMāh. ii

of a mountain ( also °rak´âkṣa ), Divyâv. viii.



tārā-gaṇa [ tArAgaNa ]

m. a multitude of stars, Hariv. 2661

a caparison ( of a horse or elephant ) ornamented with stars, Hcat. i, 8, 215 and 9, 2.



tārā-guru [ tArAguru ]

m. pl. N. of particular authors of Mantras ( with Śāktas ), Śaktir. v.



tārā-graha [ tArAgraha ]

in. ' star-planet, ' one of the 5 lesser planets exclusive of the sun and moon, VarBṛS. lxix, 1.



tārā-cakra [ tArAcakra ]

n. N. of a mystical circle, Rudray. ii, 3, 3.



tārā-candra [ tArAcandra ]

m. N. of a commentator

of a king, Inscr.



tārā-cchāya [ tArAcchAya ]

mfn. reflecting the stars, W.



tārā-tīrtha [ tArAtIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha, W.



tārā-dharma [ tArAdharma ]

m. N. of a prince of -pura, Kathās.



tārā-dhipa [ tArAdhipa ]

( °r´âdh° ), m. = °rakā-rāja MBh. i, iii, xiii. R. Kum. Bhartṛ.



tārā-dhipati [ tArAdhipati ]

( °r´âdh° ), m. id., W.



tārā-dhîśa [ tArAdhIza ]

( °r´âdh° ), °râpīḍa.



tārā-pajjhaṭikā [ tArApajjhaTikA ]

f. N. of a hymn by Śaṃkara, Tantras. iii.



tārā-pati [ tArApati ]

m. = °r´âdhipa, MBh. Hariv. 10052. R. Ragh. AmṛtUp.

' husband of Tārā, ' Bṛhas-pati

Śiva

the monkey Bālin, MBh. iii, 16130

N. of a prince, Kṣitî`ś. ii, 18.



tārā-patha [ tArApatha ]

m. ' star-path, ' the sky, Bālar. viii, 82.



tārā-paharaṇa [ tArApaharaNa ]

( °r´âp° ), n. N. of BrahmaP. iv, 81.



tārā-pīḍa [ tArApIDa ]

( °r´âp° ), m. ' star-crowned, ' the moon, L.

N. of several princes, Kād. LiṅgaP. ( i, 66, 41 ) etc. [ °r´âdhê`śa, KūrmaP. i, 21, 59 ] Rājat. iv.



tārā-pura [ tArApura ]

n. N. of a town, Kathās. lvi, 41.



tārā-pramāṇa [ tArApramANa ]

n. = °rakā-māna, VarBṛS. iic, 2.



tārā-bhūṣā [ tArAbhUSA ]

f. ' star-decorated, ' night, L.



tārā-maṇḍala [ tArAmaNDala ]

n. ' star-circle, ' the zodiac, W.

' eye-circle, ' the pupil of the eye, W.

m. a particular kind of Śiva-temple, L.



tārā-mantra [ tArAmantra ]

m. N. of R. iv, 12

of Mantram. iv.



tārā-maya [ tArAmaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of or representing stars, Śāntiś. iv, 14. Sāh. x, 58/59.



tārā-mṛga [ tArAmRga ]

m. ' star-antelope, ' the Nakshatra Mṛga-śīrsha, MBh. iii, 16020. R. iii.



tārā-ramaṇa [ tArAramaNa ]

m. = tār´âdhipa, Kād. viii, 3.



tārā-rūpa [ tArArUpa ]

mfn. star-shaped, W.



tārā-vatī [ tArAvatI ]

f. a form of Durgā, Śaktir. v

N. of a daughter of Kakutstha ( wife of king Candra-śekhara ), KālP.

of the wife of Dharmadhvaja, Vet. -2.



tārā-valī [ tArAvalI ]

( °r´âv° ), f. a multitude of stars, Kathās. lxxiii , 340

N. of a figure ( in rhetoric ), Pratāpar

of a daughter of the Yaksha prince Maṇibhadra, Daś. ix, 43

of other mythical women, Kathās. lxix, lxxxv, cxxiii, 82.



tārā-varṣa [ tArAvarSa ]

n. ' star-rain, ' falling stars, ṢaḍvBr. vi, 9.



tārā-valoka [ tArAvaloka ]

( °r´âv° ), m. N. of a prince, Kathās. cxiii.



tārā-vākya [ tArAvAkya ]

n. ' speech of Tārā, ' N. of R. iv, 13.



tārā-vilāpa [ tArAvilApa ]

m. ' lamentation of Tārā, ' N. of R. iv, 17f.



tārā-vilāsa [ tArAvilAsa ]

m. N. of a work.



tārêndra [ tArendra ]

m. ' star-prince, ' N. of an author.