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तारका

tārakā [ tArakA ]


f. of °ka, q.v.




tārakā-kṣa [ tArakAkSa ]

( °k´âk° ), mfn. ' star-eyed, ' MBh. ix, 2586

m. N. of a Daitya ( son of Tāraka ), MBh. vii f. MatsyaP. cxxviii, cxxxvii

see °r´âkṣa.



tārakā-di [ tArakAdi ]

( °k´â`d° ), a Gaṇa of Pāṇ. vi, 2, 36. Gaṇar. 388-391 ).



tārakā-maya [ tArakAmaya ]

mfn. on account of ( Bṛhas-pati's wife ) Tārakā ( or Tārā, said of the war waged by gods and demons for her rescue ) MBh. i f. vi f. Hariv. R. vf. BhP. ix, 14, 7

m. ' full of stars, ' Śiva, MBh. xii, 10424.



tārakā-māna [ tArakAmAna ]

n. sidereal measure, sidereal time, VarBṛS. iic, 2.



tārakā-rāja [ tArakArAja ]

m. ' star-king, ' the moon, Kād. v, 106. Hcar. v, 381, viii



tārak´ê`śvara [ tArakezvara ]

m. id., iv.