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ष्ट्रन् ṣṭran uṇādi 4.158 सर्वधातुभ्यः ष्ट्रन् sarvadhātubhyaḥ ṣṭran


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śāstrá [ zAstra ]


n. an order, command, precept, rule cf. RV. cf. Kāv. cf. Pur.

teaching, instruction, direction, advice, good counsel cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

any instrument of teaching, any manual or compendium of rules, any bock or treatise, ( esp. ) any religious or scientific treatise, any sacred book or composition of divine authority ( applicable even to the Veda, and said to be of fourteen or even eighteen kinds [ see under vidyā ]

the word śāstra is often found ifc. after the word denoting the subject of the book, or is applied collectively to whole departments of knowledge, e.g. vedânta-ś°, a work on the Ved^anta philosophy or the whole body of teaching on that subject

dharma-ś°, a law-book or whole body of written laws

kāvya-ś°, a poetical work or poetry in general

śilpi-ś°, works on the mechanical arts

kāma-ś°, erotic compositions

alaṃkāra ś°, rhetoric, etc. ) cf. Nir. cf. Prāt. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

a body of teaching ( in general ), scripture, science cf. Kāv. cf. Pur.




śāstrá-kāra [ zAstrakAra ]

m. the author of a Śāstra cf. VarBṛS.



śāstrá-kṛt [ zAstrakRt ]

m. id. cf. BhP. cf. Vedântas

a writer or author ( in general ) cf. W. : a Ṛṣi ( as the author of sacred works ) cf. ib.



śāstrá-kovida [ zAstrakovida ]

mfn. skilled in sacred works cf. MW.



śāstrá-gañja [ zAstragaJja ]

m. N. of a parrot cf. Kathās



śāstrá-gaṇḍa [ zAstragaNDa ]

m. = praghaṭā-vid, a superficial reader of books or a general reader ( ? ) cf. L.



śāstrá-cakṣus [ zAstracakSus ]

n. ' eye of science ', grammar cf. L.

mfn. having authoritative works as eyes cf. MBh. cf. Kām. cf. Car.



śāstrá-cāraṇa [ zAstracAraNa ]

mfn. = -darśin cf. L.



śāstrá-cintaka [ zAstracintaka ]

m. a learned man cf. MBh.



śāstrá-caura [ zAstracaura ]

m. one who unlawfully promulgates another's system of teaching ( as if it were his own ) cf. MārkP.



śāstrá-jaladhi-ratna [ zAstrajaladhiratna ]

n. N. of wk.



śāstrá-jña [ zAstrajJa ]

mfn. ( or m. ) acquainted with the Śāstra's, learned , a specialist ( kevala-ś°, ' a mere theorist ' ) cf. VarBṛS. cf. Suśr. cf. Pañcat. etc.

a mere theorist cf. MW.

-tā f. or -tva n. acquaintance with the Śāstra cf. W.



śāstrá-jñāna [ zAstrajJAna ]

n. knowledge of the Śāstra, knowledge derived from the study of the Śāstra cf. W.



śāstrá-tattva [ zAstratattva ]

n. the truth ( taught ) in the Śāstra cf. W.

-jña mfn. knowing thoroughly a Śāstra, understanding the truth of the Śāstras cf. L.

m. an astrologer cf. L.



śāstrá-tas [ zAstratas ]

ind. accord. to the Śāstra or accord. to prescribed rules cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. R. cf. Suśr.



śāstrá-tva [ zAstratva ]

n. the being a rule etc. cf. Sarvad



śāstrá-darpaṇa [ zAstradarpaNa ]

m. N. of various wks.



śāstrá-darśana [ zAstradarzana ]

n. mention in a Śāstra or in any sacred or authoritative work

( āt ), ind. = śastra-tas cf. MBh.



śāstrá-darśin [ zAstradarzin ]

mfn. = -jña cf. L.



śāstrá-dasyu [ zAstradasyu ]

m. = -caura cf. MBh.



śāstrá-dīpa [ zAstradIpa ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-dīpârtha-sāra [ zAstradIpArthasAra ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-dīpikā [ zAstradIpikA ]

f. N. of two Comms. on the Mīmāṃsā-sūtra ( by Pārtha-sārathi-miśra and Prabhā-kara )



śāstrá-kroḍa [ zAstrakroDa ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-ṭīkā [ zAstraTIkA ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-prakāśa [ zAstraprakAza ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-prabhā [ zAstraprabhA ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-praveśa [ zAstrapraveza ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-loka [ zAstraloka ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-vyākhyā [ zAstravyAkhyA ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-dṛṣṭa [ zAstradRSTa ]

mfn. ' seen in the Śāstra ', mentioned or prescribed in the Śāstra, according to precept or rule, scientific cf. Mn. cf. Kāv. etc.



śāstrá-dṛṣṭi [ zAstradRSTi ]

f. scriptural point of view cf. A.

mfn. = -cakṣus cf. MBh.

m. an astrologer cf. MārkP. ( cf. -tattva-jña )



śāstrá-nindā [ zAstranindA ]

f. reviling or denying the authority of the Śāstra cf. W.



śāstrá-netra [ zAstranetra ]

mfn. = -cakṣus cf. Śivag



śāstrá-pāṇin [ zAstrapANin ]

w.r. for śastra-p° cf. Hit.



śāstrá-pūjana-prakaraṇa [ zAstrapUjanaprakaraNa ]

n. N. of wk.



śāstrá-prakāśikā [ zAstraprakAzikA ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-prasaṅga [ zAstraprasaGga ]

m. the subject of the Śāstra cf. W.

discussion of sacred works cf. W.



śāstrá-buddhi [ zAstrabuddhi ]

f. learning ( derived ) from the Śiag cf. R.



śāstrá-mati [ zAstramati ]

mfn. having a well-informed mind, learned in the Śāstra cf. Kām



śāstrá-mālā [ zAstramAlA ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-mālā-vṛtti [ zAstramAlAvRtti ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-yoni [ zAstrayoni ]

m. the source of the Śāstra ( -tva n. ) cf. MW.



śāstrá-vaktṛ [ zAstravaktR ]

m. an expounder of sacred books cf. ib. - 1



śāstrá-vat [ zAstravat ]

ind. = -tas cf. MBh. cf. Hit. ( v.l. ) -2



śāstrá-vat [ zAstravat ]

mfn. having or following sacred books or precepts, skilled in sacred writings cf. W.



śāstrá-varjita [ zAstravarjita ]

mfn. free from all rule or law cf. Kāv



śāstrá-vāda [ zAstravAda ]

m. a precept or statement or maxim of the Śāstra cf. R.



śāstrá-vādin [ zAstravAdin ]

m. a teacher of the Śāstra cf. Kāv



śāstrá-vid [ zAstravid ]

mfn. = -jñā cf. Mn. cf. Gaut. cf. VarBṛ.

one who has studied the Āyur-veda cf. L.



śāstrá-vidhāna [ zAstravidhAna ]

n. a precept of the Śāstra cf. W.

°nôkta mfn. prescribed by sacred precept cf. MW.



śāstrá-vidhi [ zAstravidhi ]

m. = -vidhāna cf. W.



śāstrá-vipratiṣiddha [ zAstravipratiSiddha ]

mfn. forbidden by or contrary to the Śāstra cf. W.



śāstrá-vipratiṣedha [ zAstravipratiSedha ]

m. opposition to the Śāstra, any act contrary to sacred precept cf. ib.



śāstrá-vimukha [ zAstravimukha ]

mfn. disinclined to learning, averse from study cf. Bhartṛ



śāstrá-viruddha [ zAstraviruddha ]

mfn. opposed or contrary to the Śāstra cf. W.



śāstrá-virodha [ zAstravirodha ]

m. opposition to sacred precept cf. ib.

mutual contradiction of books, incompatibility of different works cf. ib.



śāstrá-vyutpatti [ zAstravyutpatti ]

f. perfect conversancy with the Śāstra cf. MW.



śāstrá-śilpin [ zAstrazilpin ]

m. the country of Kaśmīra cf. ib.

pl. the people of Kaśmīra cf. L.



śāstrá-saṃgraha [ zAstrasaMgraha ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-sāra [ zAstrasAra ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-sārâvali [ zAstrasArAvali ]

f. N. of wk.



śāstrá-sārôddhāra [ zAstrasAroddhAra ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstrá-siddha [ zAstrasiddha ]

mfn. established by the Śāstra cf. W.

°dhânta-leśa-saṃgraha m. °dhânta-leśa-saṃgraha-sāra m. N. of wks.



śāstrâcaraṇa [ zAstrAcaraNa ]

n. observance of sacred precepts cf. A.

the study of the Śāstra cf. MW.

m. one versed in the Śāstra, a Paṇḍit cf. W.

a student of the Vedas or one whose conduct is regulated by their precepts cf. ib.



śāstrâtikrama [ zAstrAtikrama ]

m. transgressing the Śāstra, violation of sacred precepts cf. ib.



śastrâtiga [ zastrAtiga ]

mfn. offending against the Śāstra cf. Baudh.



śāstrâdhyāpaka [ zAstrAdhyApaka ]

m. a teacher of the Śāstras cf. L.



śāstrânanuṣṭhāna [ zAstrAnanuSThAna ]

n. disregard of the Śāstra cf. Hit.



śāstrânuṣṭhāna [ zAstrAnuSThAna ]

n. observance of the Śāstra cf. W.

applying one's self to books cf. MW.



śāstrânuṣṭhita [ zAstrAnuSThita ]

mfn. established by the Śāstra, obeying sacred precepts cf. W.



śāstrânusāra [ zAstrAnusAra ]

m. conformity to the Śāstra cf. ib.



śāstrânvita [ zAstrAnvita ]

mfn. conformable to doctrine or rule cf. L.



śāstrâbhijña [ zAstrAbhijJa ]

mfn. versed in the Śāstra cf. Hit.



śāstrârambha-vādârtha [ zAstrArambhavAdArtha ]

m. .,



śāstrârambha-vādârambha-samarthana [ zAstrArambhavAdArambhasamarthana ]

n. N. of wk.



śāstrârtha [ zAstrArtha ]

m. the object or purport of a book, a precept of the Śāstra or of any partic. Śāstra cf. MW.



śāstrâvarta-lipi [ zAstrAvartalipi ]

f. a partic. mode of writing cf. Lalit.



śāstrôkta [ zAstrokta ]

mfn. declared or enjoined by the Śāstra cf. W.



śāstrôpadeśa-krama [ zAstropadezakrama ]

m. N. of wk.



śāstraˆugha [ zAstraugha ]

m. a treatise of great extent, IndSt