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- 1 vallabha [ vallabha ]
- 1.1 vallabha-gaṇi [ vallabhagaNi ]
- 1.2 vallabha-jana [ vallabhajana ]
- 1.3 vallabha-jī [ vallabhajI ]
- 1.4 vallabha-tama [ vallabhatama ]
- 1.5 vallabha-tara [ vallabhatara ]
- 1.6 vallabha-tā [ vallabhatA ]
- 1.7 vallabha-tva [ vallabhatva ]
- 1.8 vallabha-dāsa [ vallabhadAsa ]
- 1.9 vallabha-dīkṣita [ vallabhadIkSita ]
- 1.10 vallabha-deva [ vallabhadeva ]
- 1.11 vallabha-nṛsiṃha [ vallabhanRsiMha ]
- 1.12 vallabha-pāla [ vallabhapAla ]
- 1.13 vallabha-pālaka [ vallabhapAlaka ]
- 1.14 vallabha-pura [ vallabhapura ]
- 1.15 vallabha-rājadeva [ vallabharAjadeva ]
- 1.16 vallabha-śakti [ vallabhazakti ]
- 1.17 vallabha-siddhânta-ṭīkā [ vallabhasiddhAntaTIkA ]
- 1.18 vallabha-svāmin [ vallabhasvAmin ]
- 1.19 vallabbâ`khyāna [ vallabbAkhyAna ]
- 1.20 vallabhâ`cārya [ vallabhAcArya ]
- 1.21 vallabhâ`nanda [ vallabhAnanda ]
- 1.22 vallabhâṣṭaka [ vallabhASTaka ]
- 1.23 vallabhêndra [ vallabhendra ]
- 1.24 vallâbhê`śvara [ vallAbhezvara ]
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, 27/28
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 Balākâśva, MBh.
of the founder of a Vaishṇava sect = Vallabhâ`cārya, q.v. )
( ā ), f. a beloved female, wife, mistress, R. Kālid.
( 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 = Vallabhâ`cārya ), 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 ( = Vallabhâ`cārya ), Cat.
vallabha-deva [ vallabhadeva ]
m. N. of a poet and others ( esp. of the compiler of the Subhāṣitâ`vali, 16th cent. )
vallabha-nṛsiṃha [ vallabhanRsiMha ]
m. N. of a man, Cat.
vallabha-pāla [ vallabhapAla ]
( Śiś. ), 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, Kṣitî`ś.
vallabha-rājadeva [ vallabharAjadeva ]
( Inscr. ), m. N. of kings.
vallabha-śakti [ vallabhazakti ]
( Kathās. ), m. N. of kings.
vallabha-siddhânta-ṭīkā [ vallabhasiddhAntaTIkA ]
f. N. of a work on Bhakti.
vallabha-svāmin [ vallabhasvAmin ]
m. N. of a teacher, Cat.
vallabbâ`khyāna [ vallabbAkhyAna ]
n. N. of a work. in Prākṛt ( by Gopāla-dāsa ).
vallabhâ`cārya [ vallabhAcArya ]
m. N. of a celebrated Vaiṣṇava teacher ( successor of a less celebrated teacher Viṣṇusvāmin, he was born, it is said, in the forest of Campâraṇya in 1479, at an early age he began 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 Vedânta 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 Gujarāt, and their leaders, are called Mahā-rājas, they are called the epicureans of India ) RTL. 134-137
-vaṃśâ`valī f. N. of a work.
vallabhâ`nanda [ 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.
vallâbhê`śvara [ vallAbhezvara ]
m. N. of a king, Piṅg., Sch.