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याज्ञ

yājña [ yAjJa ]


mfn. ( fr. yajñā, of which it is also the Vṛddhi form in comp. ) relating or belonging to sacrifice, Nir.




yājña-turá [ yAjJatura ]

m. ( fr. yajña-tura ) patr. of Ṛṣabha, ŚBr.

N. of a Sāman, ĀrshBr.



yājña-datta [ yAjJadatta ]

mfn. ( fr. yajña-datta ), Pāṇ. i, 1, 73, Vārtt. 5, Pat.

°ttaka, mfn. gaṇa arīhaṇâ`di

°tti, m. patr., Pāṇ. iv, 1, 157, Sch. ( f. °ttyā, Pat. ).



yājña-deva [ yAjJadeva ]

m. ( prob. ) w. r. for yājñika-deva.



yājña-pata [ yAjJapata ]

mfn. ( fr. yajña-pati ), gaṇa aśvapaty-ādi.



yājña-valka [ yAjJavalka ]

mfn. composed by or derived from Yājñavalkya, Pāṇ. iv, 2, 111.



yājña-valkīya [ yAjJavalkIya ]

mfn. id. [ composed by or derived from Yājñavalkya ]

n. ( scil. dharma-śāstra ) the code of Yājñavalkya

-kāṇḍa m. or n. N. of chs. 3 and 4 of the BṛĀrUp. in the Kāṇva-śākhā.

-dharma-śāstra-nibandha, m. N. of work.



yājña-valkya [ yAjJavalkya ]

m. ( yā'°, fr. yajñavalka ) N. of an ancient sage ( frequently quoted as an authority in the ŚBr. ; the first reputed teacher of the Vājasaneyi-saṃhitā or White Yajur-veda, revealed to him by the Sun ; he is also the supposed author of a celebrated code of laws, which is only second in importance to that of Manu, and with its well-known commentary, the Mitâkṣarā, is the leading authority of the Mithilā school ; IW. 291 ), ŚBr. etc.

pl. the family of Yajur-veda, Hariv.

mfn. relating to or derived by Yajur-veda

n. N. of an Upaniṣad

-gītā, f., -ṭīkā, f., -dharma-śāstra, n., -mahimavarṇana, n., -yoga, m., -śikṣā, f., -smṛti, f., N. of works.

°kyôpaniṣad, f. N. of work.



yājña-sena [ yAjJasena ]

m. ( fr. yajña-sena ) patr. of Śikhaṇḍin, KaushBr., ( also °ni, MBh. )

( ī ), f. patr. of Draupadī, MBh.



याज्ञ
 yājña [ yAjJa ]

yājña, yājñika, yājya See above.