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 upâya [ upAya ]

etc. See p. 215, col. 2. [below]

upâya [ upAya ]

as, m. coming near, approach, arrival, Bhartṛ.

that by which one reaches one's aim, a means or expedient ( of any kind ), way, stratagem, craft, artifice, MBh. Mn. Yājñ. Pañcat. etc.

( esp. ) a means of success against an enemy ( four are usually enumerated, sowing dissension, negotiation, bribery, and open assault )

joining in or accompanying ( in singing ), ŚāṅkhŚr.

upâya-catuṣṭaya [ upAyacatuSTaya ]

n. the above four expedients against an enemy, Hit. etc.

upâya-cintā [ upAyacintA ]

f. devising an expedient, thinking of a resource

upâya-jña [ upAyajJa ]

mfn. knowing or fertile in expedients, contriving, provident.

upâya-tas [ upAyatas ]

ind. by some means or expedient, in a clever way, Kathās.

upâya-turīya [ upAyaturIya ]

n. ' the fourth means,' violence, Pañcat.

upâya-tva [ upAyatva ]

n. the state of being provided with means.

upâya-yoga [ upAyayoga ]

m. application of means or combination of expedients.

upâya-vat [ upAyavat ]

mfn. ( any Stobha, q.v. ) marked by the joining in or accompaniment ( of other Stobhas ), Lāṭy. vii, 6, 5.

upâya-śrībhadra [ upAyazrIbhadra ]

m., N. of a Buddhist student.

upâyâ`kṣepa [ upAyAkSepa ]

m. ( in rhet. ) deprecatory speech making mention of the remedy ( against the evil deprecated ), Kāvyâd. ii, 151 seq.

upâyântara [ upAyAntara ]

n. ' another means, ' a remedy.