Ksetra

Csetra

Kshetra, K?etra, K??tra: 11 Nomenclature and Kshetra means something in Hinduism, Sanskrit, Jainism, Prakrit, Marathi. Sanskrit words K?

?tra and K??tra can be translated into English as Ksetra or Kshetra according to the International Accounting Standards Translation System (?). 1 ) ?? (???????) relates to a "temple" and in a wider meaning stands for "place of worship" or "residence of God". 2 ) The Sanskrit expression for" domicile" in general is used in accordance with the synonymes given in the Mayamata XIX.

K?etra((???????). Ceremonial of the picture painting and dedication of the shrine creates the Goddess' abode at the" ordered place" of the website k?etra. ??? ( ????????????, vastu-shastra) relates to architectural know-how. K?etra is the bodily organism and www. is the spirit. The website consists of thirty-six tattva's (some take only twenty-four) or principals.

K?etra is coarse and k?etrajña is subtile. While the connoisseur of www.ch, www.ch is transient, the connoisseur is perpetual. Pur??as (?????, purana) is about Sanskrit books that preserve the great culture of old India, among them historic tales, spiritual rites, various art and scholars. 1 ) ??? (??????, "holy city"):-A ?? is a sanctuary where Mok?a is available.

2 ) A K?etra (Sanskrit: ???? " 2 ) A K?etra (Sanskrit: ??? " 2 ) refers to a sanctuary or temeno. Kurukshetra is specifically the "field" or "territory" in which the Pandavas and Kauravas waged a religion battle, as it is said in the Bhagavad Gita section of the Mahabharata. kshetra can generally refer to a place where there is a sanctuary or where a human being or an incident of saintly, devotional or Dharma significance has taken place.

The holy districts are both Jantras and Mandala' s Buddhist Cshetras. 3 ) Buddhism has two analogies to the Buddhist religion: the Pure Lands or the Buddhist religion of Buddhism. The Sanskrit term for" activity", the physical being of the conditioning mind, is used at K?etraK?etra??? ????? ??, "country") ?? ??, "country"), relates to one of the categories of the plant's outer (bahya) department (parigraha) and is connected to the Aparigraha-vrata (vow of non-plant).

For more information, see ?vet?mbara Resources such as Devagupta's Nava-pada-prakara?a with Laghu-v?tti (58) and Digambara resources such as C?mu??ar?ya's Caritras?ra (p. 7). Country (k?etra) is of three types: setu-k?etra Country man-made watered by norias through ( (aragha??a) or other means; ketu-k?etra-dry farmland subject to rains; k?etra-dry-irrigated country that also recieves arains. 1 ) ??? (??????, "Place of residence") relates to "Place / place of residence or box touched", after the 2. cent. Tattv?rthas?tra 1.8.

At the moment, the current place of residence/area/volume of an Entität is named its place of residence (k?etra). Accordingly, "the catagories (pad?rtha) and their detail are misunderstood in relation to existance, number (enumeration), place or stay (k?etra), extension of the affected area ( "penetration"), continuity/time, period of elapsed times, thought activities and mutual comparison".

2 ) Tattv?rthas?tra (???????, "Location") relates to a class of Tattv?rthas?tra (hereinafter) and Tattv?rthas?tra (previously), according to Tattv?rthas?tra 1.21. 3 ) ??? (??????, "Room Area"). After the second millennium Tattv?rthas?tra 1. 25, "Telepathy (mana?paryaya) and Psychic Vision (Avadhi) differ in terms of cleanliness (vi?uddhi), spacial reach (k?etra) and the type of knowledgeable person and the type of object he identifies".

The term K?etrariddhi The term' (???????,'space') or K?etrariddhi is used to refer to'extraordinary force to expand a small room into a room with an exceptionally large space' and is one of the eight kinds of wwww. www.. comma. comma (extraordinary forces), which can be obtained from the www. comma.

Eight kinds of such exceptional forces exist (e.g. K?etra). ?ddhi* ( "extraordinary might of the improvement of space") is of two kinds namely: room improvement (achinna-riddhi), avacchinna-riddhi. Jainism's two great twigs (Digambara and Svetambara) are stimulating self-control (or, shramana,'self-confidence') and mental growth through a way of bringing tranquillity to the heart in order to reach the end. ?? (???????).

n (S) A box. A place of purification or holiness; a place of sanctuary; a place regarded as a place of worship or residence of the deity. Three A place, a place, a place, a place, a part of the room. It is the human or animated human being that is regarded as the sphere of the living and working of the souls.

?§7 Considers the woman of; as the array of her man. An absentminded abstention (for a while) from eating, a perfectly quick. v h?, h?, pa?a. Notice: Fribourg is never used by religionists. A unit of 24 ?? or 11 ?? or 21 ?? from the stream ??, or of 12 ?? (i.e. ga?apati) and of 8 ?? (i.e. suvar?amukh?). ?? (???????).

n One area. It'?s a holy place. Marathi, like many other Indo-Aryan tongues, developed from the early Prakrit, which is itself a part of Sanskrit, one of the oldest tongues in the underworld. From a very simple mark of a holy oak, a serpent mound, a..... Alludes to Buddha land or any place where a heavenly Buddha lives.

?? ?????) relates to "civilized men with a place-line" and is one of the..... ?????: ?????: Dharmak?etra (???????????):-The holy place for the development and..... The search found 45 volumes and histories containing Kshetra, K?etra or K??tra

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