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वल्लभ

vallabha [ vallabha ]


mf ( ā ) n. ( Uṇ. iii, 125 ) beloved above all, desired, dear to ( gen., loc., or comp. ) MBh. Kāv. etc.

dearer than ( abl. ) Pañcat. iv, 28

supreme, superintending L.

a favourite, friend, lover, husband Kāv. Kathās. etc.

a cowherd L. ( prob. w.r. for ballava )

a horse ( esp. one with good marks or a favourite horse ) L.

a kind of Agallochum Gal.

N. of a son of Balāk^aśva MBh.

of the founder of a Vaishṇava sect = vallabhâcārya, q.v. )

of a grammarian and various other writers and teachers ( also with gaṇaka and nyāyâcārya ) Cat.

( ā ), f. a beloved female, wife, mistress R. Kālid

N. of two plants ( = ativiṣa and priyaṅgu ) L.

( ī ), f. N. of a city in Gujarāt ( the capital of a line of kings )




vallabha-gaṇi [ vallabhagaNi ]

m. N. of a lexicographer Cat.



vallabha-jana [ vallabhajana ]

m. a beloved person, mistress Ragh



vallabha-jī [ vallabhajI ]

m. N. of various authors ( also = vallabhâcārya ) Cat.



vallabha-tama [ vallabhatama ]

mfn. most beloved, dearest Bhartṛ



vallabha-tara [ vallabhatara ]

mfn. more or most beloved Caurap. ( - tā f. Kād. )



vallabha-tā [ vallabhatA ]

f. ( MBh. etc. ),



vallabha-tva [ vallabhatva ]

n. ( Mālav. ) the being beloved or a favourite, love, favourite-ship, popularity with ( gen., loc., or comp. )



vallabha-dāsa [ vallabhadAsa ]

m. N. of an author Cat.



vallabha-dīkṣita [ vallabhadIkSita ]

m. N. of a teacher ( = vallabhâsārya ) Cat.



vallabha-deva [ vallabhadeva ]

m. N. of a poet and others ( esp. of the compiler of the Subhāshit^avali, 16th cent. )



vallabha-nṛsiṃha [ vallabhanRsiMha ]

m. N. of a man Cat.



vallabha-pāla [ vallabhapAla ]

( Śiś. ) or ( L. ), m. a horse- keeper, groom



vallabha-pālaka [ vallabhapAlaka ]

( L. ), m. a horse-keeper, groom



vallabha-pura [ vallabhapura ]

n. N. of a town and of a village, Kṣitîś



vallabha-rājadeva [ vallabharAjadeva ]

( Inscr. ),



vallabha-śakti [ vallabhazakti ]

( Kathās. ), m. N. of kings



vallabha-siddhânta-ṭīkā [ vallabhasiddhAntaTIkA ]

f. N. of wk. on Bhakti



vallabha-svāmin [ vallabhasvAmin ]

m. N. of a teacher Cat.



vallabbâkhyāna [ vallabbAkhyAna ]

n. N. of wk. in Prākṛt ( by Gopāla-dāsa )



vallabhâcārya [ vallabhAcArya ]

m. N. of a celebrated Vaishṇava teacher ( successor of a less celebrated teacher Viṣṇusvāmin ; he was born, it is said, in the forest of Camp^araṇya in 1479 ; at an early age he travelling to propagate his doctrines, and at the court of Kṛshṇadeva, king of Vijaya-nagara, succeeded so well in his controversies with the Śaivas that the Vaishṇavas chose him as their chief ; he then went to other parts of India, and finally settled down at Benares, where he composed seventeen works, the most important of which were a commentary on the Ved^anta and Mīmāṃsā Sūtras and another on the Bhāgavata. Purāṇa, on which last the sect rest their doctrines ; he left behind eighty-four disciples, of each of whom some story is told, and these stories are often repeated on festive occasions. He taught a non- ascetical view of religion and deprecated all self-mortification as dishonouring the body which contained a portion of the supreme Spirit. His followers in Bombay and Gujarat, and their leaders, are called Mahā-rājas ; they are called the epicureans of India ) RTL. 134-137

-vaṃśâvalī f. N. of wk.



vallabhânanda [ vallabhAnanda ]

m. N. of a grammarian Cat.



vallabhâṣṭaka [ vallabhASTaka ]

n. N. of a Stotra ( by Viṭṭhala- dīkshita )

-vivṛti f. N. of Comm. on it



vallabhêndra [ vallabhendra ]

m. N. of two authors Cat.



vallâbhêśvara [ vallAbhezvara ]

m. N. of a king Piṅg. Sch.