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daraḥ3.3.192MasculineSingularvinā, tādarthyam, paridhānam, avasaraḥ, ātmīyaḥ, bhedaḥ, avadhiḥ, antarātmā, bahiḥ, chidram, antardhiḥ, avakāśaḥ, madhyaḥ
ghasraḥMasculineSingulardinam, ahaḥ, divasaḥ, vāsaraḥday
puṇyam3.3.168MasculineSingularnivahaḥ, avasaraḥ
śvaśuryaḥ3.3.154MasculineSingularavasaraḥ, kramaḥ
vyāḍaḥ3.3.48MasculineSingularninditaḥ, vargaḥ, avasaraḥ, vāri, daṇḍaḥ, bāṇaḥ
avasaraḥ2.4.24MasculineSingularprastāvaḥ
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vasar equals uṣar- q.v View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vasarhanstriking in the dawn, destroying (nocturnal demons) at dawn View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anavasaramfn. having no interval of leisure, busy View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anavasaramfn. coming when there is no such interval, inopportune View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anavasaram. absence of leisure View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anavasaram. unseasonableness. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anvavasargam. letting down, slackening View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
anvavasargam. permission to do as one likes View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
aprāptāvasaramfn. unseasonable, inopportune View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
arṇavasaridāsritamfn. living on the bank of the sea and of rivers View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaraSee ava-sṛ-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. "descent (of water)", rain View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. occasion, moment, favourable opportunity etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. seasonableness, appropriate place for anything (genitive case) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. any one's (genitive case) turn View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. leisure, advantageous situation View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. (equals mantra-) consultation in private(?) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaram. a year View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarakāle ([ ]) locative case ind. on a favourable opportunity. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarapāṭhakam. a bard, panegyrist, View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasaravelāyām([ ]) locative case ind. on a favourable opportunity. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasareind. at the right moment View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasargaSee ava-sṛj-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasargam. (gaRa nyaṅkv-ādi- q.v) letting loose, letting go (an-- negative) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasargam. relaxation, laxity View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasargam. following one's own inclinations, independence View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarjanaSee View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarjanan. liberation View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarjitamfn. (equals visṛṣṭavat- commentator or commentary) who has abandoned View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpaetc. See ava-sṛp-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpanam. "one who approaches unawares", a spy (see apa-sarpa-.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpaṇan. "descent", the place from which manu- descended after he had left his ark View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpaṇa(). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpaṇan. going down to (see rathyāvas-.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpiṇīf. "going or gliding down gradually", a descending period of a long duration and alternating with the"ascending one" (ut-sarpiṇī- q.v;both the ascending[ ut-s-]and descending[ ava-s-]cycle are divided into six stages each: good-good, good, good-bad, bad-good, bad, bad-bad) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
avasarpitamfn. See sub voce, i.e. the word in the Sanskrit order ava-sṛp-. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhārgavasarvasvan. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
bhāvasargam. the intellectual creation (opp. to bhautika s-,the material creation) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
devasarasan. "pool of the gods", Name of a place View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
devasarṣapam. "divine mustard", a kind of mustard View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
labdhāvasara( ), one who has found an opportunity or gained scope, one who has obtained leisure. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
mahādevasarasvatīm. Name of learned man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
mahādevasarasvatīvedāntinm. Name of learned man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
mahādevasarvajñavādīndram. Name of learned man View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
navasaram. or n. a kind of ornament consisting of pearls View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pakṣāvasaram. () the last tithi- or day of either half month, day of new or full moon. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prāptāvasaram. a suitable occasion or opportunity View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
prāptāvasaramfn. suitable, fit, proper View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
pūrvasaramf(ī-)n. going before, preceding View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
rathyāvasarpaṇa(thyāv-) n. going down to the street View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sabhāvasara(sabhāv-) m. the occasion of an assembly View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
saindhavasarpisn. clarified butter with salt View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śaivasarvasvan. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śaivasarvasvasāram. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samavasaraṇan. meeting, assembling, an assembly View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samavasaraṇan. descent (of a jina- from heaven to earth) or place of descent View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samavasaraṇan. aim, goal View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samavasarga(of unknown meaning) , View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samavasargavasargyamfn. to be let go or abandoned etc. Va1rtt. 2 View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
samyaktvamithyātvasarvasaṃgrasanam. a particular samādhi- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarvadharmasamavasaraṇasāgaramudram. Name of a samādhi- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarvasaram. a kind of ulcer in the mouth View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarvāvasaram. "universal leisure", midnight View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarvāvasaramind. on every occasion View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sattvasargam. a creation of the quality sattva- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sevāvasara(v-) m. opportunity for worship or adoration View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
siddhāntatattvasarvasvan. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
śivasarvasvan. Name of work View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svasaraSee sub voce, i.e. the word in the Sanskrit order View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svasaran. (perhaps fr. sva-+ sara-,"one's own resort") a stall, fold View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svasaran. one's own place, home View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svasaran. nest of birds View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svasaran. day View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
svasarvan. the whole of one's own property View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vivādānavasaram. not an occasion for dispute or contest View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vyavasargam. setting free, liberation View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vyavasargam. distributing, bestowing View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
vyavasargam. renunciation, resignation View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
yathāvasaram(thāv-) ind. according to opportunity, on every occasion View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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anavasara अनवसर a. 1 Busy, having no leisure or interval for repose. -2 Illtimed, inopportune. -3 Out of place, baseless; ˚रोयं घण्टानादः H.3. -रः 1 Absence of leisure. -2 Illtimedness, unseasonableness; कं याचे यत्र ध्रुवमन- वसरग्रस्त एवार्थिभावः Māl.9.3.
anvavasargaḥ अन्ववसर्गः [सृज्-घञ्] 1 Slackening, letting loose (opp. आयाम). -2 Permission to do as one likes (काम- चारानुज्ञा), one of the senses of अपि P.I.4.96; see अपि. -3 Following one's own will.
vyavasargaḥ व्यवसर्गः Renunciation, resignation.
samavasaraṇam समवसरणम् 1 Descent (of a deity from heaven). -2 Aim, goal.
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vasarhan a. striking in the morn ing=destroying the demons of night at dawn (RV.1).
anavasara m. inopportuneness, unseasonable occasion.
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ahan ‘Day.’ Like other peoples, the Indians used night as a general expression of time as well as day, but by no means predominantly.Night is also termed the dark (krsna), as opposed to the light (arjuna), day. Aho-rātra is a regular term for ‘ day and night ’ combined.The day itself is variously divided. In the Atharvaveda a division into ‘ the rising sun ’ (udyan sūryah), ‘ the coming together of the cows’ (sam-gava), ‘midday’ (madhyam-dina),*afternoon ’ (aparāhna), and ‘ sunset ’ (astam-yan) is found. In the Taittirīya Brāhmana the same series appears with ‘ early ’ (prātar) and ‘ evening ’ (sāyāhna) substituted for the first and last members, while a shorter list gives prātar, samgava, sāyam. In the Maitrāyanī Samhitā there is the series ‘ dawn ’ (usas), samgava, madhyamdina, and aparāhna. The morning is also, according to Zimmer, called api-śarvara, as the time when the dark is just past. It is named svasara, as the time when the cows are feeding, before the -first milking at the samgava, or when the birds are awakening. It is also called pra-pitva, according to Zimmer. But Geldner points out that that term refers to the late midday, which also is called api-śarvara, as bordering on the coming night, being the time when day is hastening to its close, as in a race. From another point of view, evening is called abhi-pitva, the time when all come to rest. Or again, morning and evening are denoted as the dawning of the sun (uditā sūryasya)i or its setting (ni-mruc). The midday is regularly madhyam ahnām, madhye, or madhyamdina. Samgava16 is the forenoon, between the early morning (prātar) and midday (madhyamdina). The divisions of time less than the day are seldom precisely given. In the śatapatha Brāhmana, however, a day and night make up 30 muhūrtas; 1 muhūrta=ι5 ksipra; 1 ksipra — 15 etarhi; 1 etarhi= 15 idāni; 1 idāni = 15 breathings; 1 breath¬ing =1 spiration; 1 spiration = ι twinkling (nimesa), etc. In the śānkhāyana Áranyaka the series is dhvamsayo, nimesāh, kāsthāh, kalāh, ksanā, muhūrtā, ahorātrāh. A thirtyfold division of day as well as of night is seen in one passage of the Rigveda by Zimmer, who compares the Babylonian sixty¬fold division of the day and night. But the expression used— thirty Yojanas—is too vague and obscure—Bergaigne refers it to the firmament—to build any theory upon with safety.
go ‘ox’ or ‘cow.’ These were among the chief sources of wealth to the Vedic Indian, and are repeatedly referred to from the Rigveda onwards. The milk (Ksīra) was either drunk fresh or made into butter (Ghrta) or curds (Dadhi), or was mixed with Soma or used for cooking with grain (Ksīraudana).The cows were milked thrice a day, early (prātar-doha), in the forenoon (Samgava), and in the evening (.sāyam-doha). Thrice a day they were driven out to graze, according to the Taittirīya Brāhmana (prātah, saφgave, say am). The first milking was productive, the last two scanty. According to the Aitareya Brāhmana, among the Bharatas the herds in the evening are in the Gostha, at midday in the Samgavinī. This passage Sāyana expands by saying that the herds go home to the Sālā, or house for animals, at night so far as they consist of animals giving milk, while the others stayed out in the Gostha, or open pasturage ; but both were together in the cattle-shed during the heat of the day. The time before the Samgava, when the cows were grazing freely on the pastureland, was called Svasara. When the cows were out feeding they were separated from the calves, which were, how¬ever, allowed to join them at the Samgava, and sometimes in the evening. While grazing the cattle were under the care of a herdsman (Gopā, Gopāla) armed with a goad, but they were liable to all sorts of dangers, such as being lost, falling into pits, breaking limbs, and being stolen. The marking of the ears of cattle was repeatedly adopted, no doubt, to indicate ownership. Large herds of cattle were well-known, as is shown by the Dānastutis, or ‘ praises of gifts,’ in the Rigveda, even when allowances are made for the exaggeration of priestly gratitude. The importance attached to the possession of cattle is shown by the numerous passages in which the gods are asked to prosper them, and by the repeated prayers for wealth in kine. Hence, too, forays for cattle (Gavisti) were well known; the Bharata host is called the ‘ horde desiring cows ’ (gavyan grāmak) in the Rigveda j and a verbal root gup, ‘ to protect,’ was evolved as early as the Rigveda from the denominative go-pāya, ‘ to guard cows.’ The Vedic poets do not hesitate to compare their songs with the lowing of cows, or to liken the choir of the singing Apsarases to cows. The cattle of the Vedic period were of many colours: red (:rohita), light (śakra), dappled (prśni), even black (krsna). Zimmer sees a reference to cows with blazes on the face in one passage of the Rigveda, but this is uncertain. Oxen were regularly used for ploughing or for drawing wágons (anadvāh), in which case they were, it seems, usually castrated. Cows were not properly used for drawing carts, though they at times did so. The flesh of both cows and bulls was sometimes eaten (Māmsa). Cattle were certainly the objects of individual ownership, and they formed one of the standards of exchange and valuation (see Kraya). The term Go is often applied to express the products of the cow. It frequently means the milk, but rarely the flesh of the animal. In many passages it designates leather used as the material of various objects, as a bowstring, or a sling, or thongs to fasten part of the chariot, or reins,or the lash of a whip. See also Carman, with which Go is sometimes synonymous.
nāvaprabhraṃśana The sliding down of the ship,’ is read in Whitney and Roth’s text of the Atharvaveda, and has been connected by Weber and others with Manor Avasarpana, the name in the Satapatha Brāhmana of the northern mountain on which Manu’s ship settled on the subsidence of the deluge. But both Bloomfield and Whitney point out that this inter­pretation is highly improbable, and this view is accepted by Macdonell. The expression is analyzed as a ava-prabhramśana by the Pada text and the commentator alike, and is never found elsewhere with reference to the descent of a boat or ship.
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agne vatsaṃ na svasareṣu dhenavaḥ # RV.2.2.2b.
adarśaṃ tvāvarohantam # AVP.14.3.10a. See adṛśan tvā-, asau yo 'vasarpati, and cf. apaśyaṃ tvā-.
ado yad avadhāvati # AVś.2.3.1a. P: ado yat Kauś.25.6. Cf. ado giribhyo, amī ye ke, and asau yo 'vasarpati.
apa svasāraṃ sanutar yuyoti # RV.1.92.11b.
abhi vatsaṃ na svasareṣu dhenavaḥ # RV.8.88.1c; AVś.20.9.1c; 49.4c; SV.1.236c; 2.35c; VS.26.11c; PB.11.4.3c.
arepasaḥ (Apś. arepasaḥ samokasaḥ) sacetasaḥ (Apś. sacetasaḥ saretasaḥ) svasare manyumattamāś (SV.Apśṃś. manyumantaś) cite goḥ (SVṃś. citā goḥ; Apś. cidākoḥ) # AVś.7.22.2; SV.1.458; Apś.21.9.15; Mś.7.2.3.6 (corrupt).
avobhir indra stavanta svasāraḥ # RV.4.22.7b.
asau yo 'vasarpati # VS.16.7a; TS.4.5.1.3a; KS.17.11a; MS.2.9.2a: 121.11. See under adarśaṃ tvāvarohantam, and cf. ado yad ava-.
ahānīva sūryo vāsarāṇi # RV.8.48.7d; AVP.1.46.2b; KS.17.19c; N.4.7d.
ātmeva vātaḥ svasarāṇi gachatam # RV.1.34.7d.
ādityānāṃ svasāraṃ rudramātaram # VārG.11.21b.
ādityebhyaḥ preṣya (Mś. omits preṣya) priyebhyaḥ priyadhāmabhyaḥ priyavratebhyo mahasvasarasya (Mś. mahaḥ sva-) patibhya uror antarikṣasyādhyakṣebhyaḥ (Mś. adds preṣya) # śB.4.3.5.20; Mś.2.5.1.9; Apś.13.10.1. Short form: ādityebhyaḥ preṣya Kś.10.4.13 (comm.); Apś.13.10.1. Cf. prec. but one.
ādityebhyo 'nubrūhi (Mś. ādityebhyaḥ) priyebhyaḥ priyadhāmabhyaḥ priyavratebhyo mahasvasarasya (Mś. mahaḥ sva-) patibhya uror antarikṣasyādhyakṣebhyaḥ (Mś. -bhyo 'nubrūhi) # Kś.10.4.12,13; Apś.13.10.1; Mś.2.5.1.8. Short form: ādityebhyo 'nubrūhi śB.4.3.5.20; Apś.13.10.1.
āśuḥ kāṣṭhām ivāsaram # AVś.2.14.6b. See āśur gāṣṭhām.
āśur gāṣṭhām ivāsaram # AVP.2.4.3b; 10.1.6b. See āśuḥ kāṣṭhām.
ā haṃsāso na svasarāṇi gantana # RV.2.34.5c.
imāni tubhyaṃ svasarāṇi yemire # RV.3.60.6c.
imāḥ svasāro ayam it pitā te # AVP.4.14.4c.
ukhāṃ (MS.KS. ukhā) svasāram adhi vedim asthāt # MS.2.7.16b: 100.14; KS.39.3b; Apś.16.26.6b,12.
ukhā svasāram # see ukhāṃ svasāram.
uta svasārā yuvatī bhavantī # RV.3.54.7c.
upa svasaram ā gahi # RV.8.99.1d; SV.1.302d; 2.163d.
ubhau tasmai bhavāśarvau # AVś.12.4.17c.
uṣā yāti svasarasya patnī # RV.3.61.4b.
usrā iva svasarāṇi # RV.1.3.8c; N.5.4.
eṣāṃ bandhānām (AVś. baddhānām) avasarjanāya (AVś.KS. avasarjanāya kam; MS. pramocanāya) # AVś.6.84.1b; VS.12.64b; TS.4.2.5.3b; MS.2.2.1b: 15.14; KS.16.12b; śB.7.2.1.11.
o ṣu svasāraḥ kārave śṛṇota # RV.3.33.9a. P: o ṣu Rvidh.2.2.2.
jyotiḥ paśyanti vāsaram # SV.1.20b. See jyotiṣ etc.
jyotiṣ paśyanti vāsaram # RV.8.6.30b; KS.2.14b. See jyotiḥ etc.
takmānaṃ viśvaśāradam # AVś.9.8.6c; 19.34.10c; AVP.1.32.5c; 11.3.10c.
tāṃ vāṃ dhenuṃ na vāsarīm # RV.1.137.3a. P: tāṃ vāṃ dhenum śś.10.7.7.
triṃśat svasāra (MS. -rā) upayanti niṣkṛtam # TS.4.3.11.2a; MS.2.13.10a: 161.7; KS.39.10a; PG.3.3.5a.
daśa svadhābhir adhi sāno avye # RV.9.92.4c. Cf. daśa svasāro adhi.
daśa svasāro agruvaḥ samīcīḥ # RV.3.29.13c; KS.38.13c; TB.1.2.1.19c; Apś.5.11.6c.
daśa svasāro aditer upastha ā # RV.9.71.5b.
daśa svasāro adhi sāno avye # RV.9.91.1c; SV.1.543c. Cf. daśa svadhābhir.
duvasyanti svasāro ahrayāṇam # RV.1.62.10d.
dve svasārau vayatas tantram etat # TB.2.5.5.3a.
dhiyaḥ pinvānāḥ svasare na gāvaḥ # RV.9.94.2c.
dhenur na śiśve svasareṣu pinvate # RV.2.34.8c.
nir u svasāram askṛta # RV.10.127.3a.
pāpam āhur yaḥ svasāraṃ nigachāt # RV.10.10.12b; AVś.18.1.14b.
prati svasaram upa yāti (AVś. yātu) pītaye # RV.6.68.10d; AVś.7.58.1d.
pra yad vayo na svasarāṇy acha # RV.2.19.2c.
bhavāśarvau manve vāṃ tasya vittam # AVś.4.28.1a; AVP.4.37.1a. P: bhavāśarvau Kauś.28.8.
bhavāśarvau mṛḍataṃ mābhi yātam # AVś.11.2.1a; Kauś.129.3. P: bhavāśarvau mṛḍatam Vait.29.10; bhavāśarvau Kauś.50.13; 51.7. Cf. CūlikāU.12.
bhavo rājā bhavāśarvau # AVP.5.26.7a.
mamattu naḥ parijmā vasarhā # RV.1.122.3a; TS.2.1.11.1a; KS.23.11a.
svasāram uta svasā # AVś.3.30.3b; AVP.5.19.3b.
yad dīdayac (MS. -yañ) chavasa (TS. chavasā; MS. śavasa) ṛtaprajāta (KS. chavasarta-) # RV.2.23.15c; VS.26.3c; TS.1.8.22.2c; MS.4.14.4c: 220.4; KS.4.16c; 40.11c; AB.4.11.8.
nu svasārā kṛṇavanta yonau # RV.1.178.2b.
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anvavasargarelaxation or wide opening of the sound-producing organs as done for uttering a vowel of grave accent. confer, compare अन्ववसर्गः गात्राणां विस्तृतता Tait. Pr. XXII.10.
bhraṣṭāvasaraliterally a person or a thing of which the proper occasion has passed; the word is used in connection with the application of a rule even though the proper time of its application is gone, on the analogy of a man who is paid his Dakṣiṇā although the proper time has gone ( भ्रष्टावसरन्यायेन दक्षिणा दीयते); confer, compare न च पुनर्लुक्शास्त्रं प्रवर्तते भ्रष्टावसरत्वात् Kāś. on P. VII.2.101.
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anavasare not within the rangeSB 6.9.36
anavasare during the absenceCC Madhya 1.122
anavasare during the time of renovationCC Madhya 10.41
anavasare during the pastime of retirementCC Madhya 11.62
avasara jāni' understanding an opportune momentCC Madhya 13.188
avasara opportunityCC Madhya 14.68
avasara nāhi haya there was little timeCC Madhya 15.80
avasara haila there is a chanceCC Madhya 15.187
avasara nā pāya do not get the opportunityCC Madhya 18.132
deha avasara You are giving an opportunity forCC Antya 3.17
nāhi avasara there is no intervalCC Antya 4.127
avasita-karma-nirvāṇa-avasaraḥ Mahārāja Bharata who ascertained the moment of the end of his royal opulenceSB 5.7.8
avasaram the opportunity (to strike)SB 10.16.25
vivṛta-avasarasya taking the opportunity ofSB 5.2.6
prathama-avasare in the beginning of the dayCC Madhya 15.5
avasita-karma-nirvāṇa-avasaraḥ Mahārāja Bharata who ascertained the moment of the end of his royal opulenceSB 5.7.8
deha avasara You are giving an opportunity forCC Antya 3.17
avasara haila there is a chanceCC Madhya 15.187
avasara nāhi haya there was little timeCC Madhya 15.80
avasara jāni' understanding an opportune momentCC Madhya 13.188
avasita-karma-nirvāṇa-avasaraḥ Mahārāja Bharata who ascertained the moment of the end of his royal opulenceSB 5.7.8
avasara nā pāya do not get the opportunityCC Madhya 18.132
avasara nāhi haya there was little timeCC Madhya 15.80
nāhi avasara there is no intervalCC Antya 4.127
avasita-karma-nirvāṇa-avasaraḥ Mahārāja Bharata who ascertained the moment of the end of his royal opulenceSB 5.7.8
avasara nā pāya do not get the opportunityCC Madhya 18.132
prathama-avasare in the beginning of the dayCC Madhya 15.5
vivṛta-avasarasya taking the opportunity ofSB 5.2.6
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ariṣṭa

a medicinal preparation made by adding decoction (kaṣāya) of prescribed drugs in a solution of sugar or jaggery and preserving for a specified period to enable fermentation; liquor, ex: vāsāriṣṭa

navakṣāra,navāsāra

sal ammoniac; a mineral compound of ammonium chloride, used in respiratory diseases.

sādhāraṇarasa

group of nine non-herbal substances used in rasaśāstra; kampilla, gauripāshāna, navāsāra, kapardika, agnijāra, girisindhūra, hingula, mṛdārṣṛnga.

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vasar

viśvāsārhaḥ, viśvasanīyaḥ   

viśvastum yogyaḥ।

kaliyuge viśvāsārhaḥ durlabhaḥ।

vasar

hyaḥ, kalyam, gatadinam, gatadivasam, dharmavāsaraḥ, dharmāhaḥ, pūrvedyuḥ   

gataṃ dinam।

hyaḥ mudritaḥ eṣaḥ lekhaḥ vartamānapatre।

vasar

madhyarātraḥ, ardharātraḥ, ardhaniśā, mahārātraḥ, mahāniśā, niśīthaḥ, sarvvāvasaraḥ, niḥsampātaḥ   

rātreḥ madhyam।

saḥ madhyarātre bhramati।

vasar

samayocita, samayānukūla, kālocita, avasarānukūla, avasarocita   

kāladṛṣṭyā ucitam upayuktaṃ vā।

samayocitaṃ karma kṛtvā kāṭhinyaṃ dūrīkartuṃ śakyate।

vasar

somavāsaraḥ, induvāsaraḥ   

saptāhasya prathamadinaḥ।

agrime somavāsare saḥ vārāṇasīṃ gacchati।

vasar

budhavāsaraḥ, saumyavāsaraḥ, budhavāraḥ   

saptāhasya tṛtīyadinaḥ।

saḥ budhavāsare āgacchati।

vasar

bṛhaspativāsaraḥ, guruvāsaraḥ, guruvāraḥ, lakṣmīvāraḥ   

saptāhasya caturthaḥ dinaḥ।

sītā bṛhaspativāsare vratam ācarati।

vasar

śukravāsaraḥ, śukravāraḥ, kulavāraḥ, bhṛguvāraḥ, kulikaḥ   

saptāhasya pañcamaḥ vāsaraḥ।

tasya bālakasya janmadinaḥ śukravāsaraḥ asti।

vasar

śanivāraḥ, śanivāsaraḥ, mandavāraḥ, mandavāsaraḥ, kṛtāntaḥ   

saptāhasya ṣaṣṭhaḥ dinaḥ।

śanivāsare virāmo asti।

vasar

gṛham, geham, udvasitam, veśma, sadma, niketanam, niśāntam, natsyam, sadanam, bhavanam, agāram, sandiram, gṛhaḥ, nikāyaḥ, nilayaḥ, ālayaḥ, vāsaḥ, kuṭaḥ, śālā, sabhā, pastyam, sādanam, āgāram, kuṭiḥ, kuṭī, gebaḥ, niketaḥ, sālā, mandirā, okaḥ, nivāsaḥ, saṃvāsaḥ, āvāsaḥ, adhivāsaḥ, nivasati, vasati, ketanam, gayaḥ, kṛdaraḥ, gartaḥ, harmyam, astam, duroṇe, nīlam, duryāḥ, svasarāṇi, amā, dame, kṛttiḥ, yoniḥ, śaraṇam, varūtham, chardichadi, chāyā, śarma, ajam   

manuṣyaiḥ iṣṭikādibhiḥ vinirmitaṃ vāsasthānam।

gṛhiṇyā eva gṛhaṃ śobhate।

vasar

divasaḥ, dinam, ahaḥ, dyu, ghasraḥ, tithiḥ, vastoḥ, bhānuḥ, vāsaram, svasarāṇi, usraḥ   

kālaviśeṣaḥ, (saurakālagaṇanāyām) bhānor udayād udayaparyantaṃ kālaḥ, sūryakiraṇāvacchinnakālaḥ, (cāndrakālagaṇanāyām) candramasaḥ udayād udayaparyantaṃ kālaḥ।

ekasmin dine caturviṃśati bhāgāḥ santi/ kam api maṅgalaṃ divasaṃ niścitya śubhakāryāṇi ārambhaṇīyāni iti manyate/ divasasya ante pakṣiṇaḥ svanīḍaṃ uccaiḥ rāvaiḥ saha nirvartayanti

vasar

avakāśaḥ, avasaraḥ, sāvakāśatā, viśrāmaḥ   

viśrānteḥ samayaḥ।

avakāśe milatu।

vasar

avasaraḥ, yogaḥ, velā, prasaṅgaḥ, suvelā, yogyakālaḥ   

yogyakālaḥ kriyā-sthiti-yogyatā-sampādaka-rūpaḥ kāliko'vakāśaḥ।

asya kāryārthe avasaraḥ prāptaḥ। / avasare eva mārgaḥ laṅghanīyaḥ no cet durghaṭanāyāḥ śakyatā asti।

vasar

bhānuvāraḥ, ravivāraḥ, ravivāsaraḥ, bhānuvāsaraḥ, arkavāraḥ, ādityavāraḥ, bhaṭṭārakavāraḥ, arkadinam, arkaḥ   

saḥ dinaḥ yaḥ mandavāsarāt anantaram tathā ca somavāsarāt prāk asti।

asmākaṃ rāṣṭre bhānuvāsare vidyālaye kāryālaye ca avasaraḥ asti।

vasar

nīḍaḥ, aṅkurakaḥ, jālakaḥ, nīḍam, vasatiḥ, svasaram   

tṛṇādinā vinirmitaṃ pakṣiṇāṃ gṛham।

caṭakāyāḥ śiśavaḥ nīḍe kūjanti।

vasar

dinam, ahna, ahaḥ, ahan, āyattiḥ, divasaḥ, vāraḥ, vāsaraḥ   

saptāhasya aṃśaḥ।

somavāsaraḥ saptāhasya prathamaṃ dinam asti।

vasar

pratidinam, pratidivasam, prativāsarama, anudinam, nityam   

dine dine।

saḥ pratidinaṃ pūjayati।

vasar

maṅgalavāsaraḥ, maṅgalavāraḥ, bhaumavāraḥ, kulavāraḥ, bhaumavāsaraḥ, kulikaḥ   

saptāhasya dvitīyaṃ dinaṃ yad somavāsarādanantaram āgacchati।

asmin maṅgalavāsare rāmasya janmadinam asti।

vasar

kriyāvat, anavasara, aptur, karmavat, karmin, kṛtvan, gṛddhin, bahukara, bhūrikarman, veṣa, vyāpāpārin, vyāpṛta, vyāyata   

yaḥ kasmin api kārye rataḥ asti।

saḥ prātaḥkālād eva saḥ kriyāvān asti।

vasar

chatrakaḥ, dilīraḥ, pālaghnaḥ, bhūsphoṭaḥ, vasārohaḥ, bhuvaḥ, ūrvaṅgam, kandalīkusumam, karakam, kavakam, chatrākam, deśakapaṭum, paṭoṭajam, paṭum   

chatraviśeṣaḥ।

mahyaṃ chatrakasya śākaṃ rocate।

vasar

pratidinam, pratidivasam, anuvāsaram, ahardivi, aharahar, ahaśśaḥ, pratyaham, ahardivam   

dine dine।

maheśasya ārogyaṃ pratidinaṃ duṣyati।

vasar

vāsaraḥ, divasaḥ, dinam, ghasraḥ, ahaḥ, bhāsvaraḥ, divā, vāraḥ, aṃśakaḥ, dyuḥ, aṃśakam   

kālaviśeṣaḥ, sūryodayāt sūryodayaparyantam kālam ।

vāsarasya aṣṭabhāgāḥ santi।

vasar

avasaravāda   

saḥ siddhāntaḥ yasmin avasaraṃ dṛṣṭvā tamanu kāryaṃ kṛtvā svārthaṃ sādhayati।

naike netāraḥ avasaravādasya anuyāyinaḥ santi।

vasar

avasaravādin   

avasaravāda-sambandhī।

avasaravādī puruṣaḥ agre gacchati।

vasar

avasaravādī, avasaravādīni   

yaḥ svārthāya upayuktam avasaram anviṣyati।

adhunā naike avasaravādinaḥ santi।

vasar

prasaṅgaḥ, avasaraḥ, kālaḥ, velā, avakāśaḥ, prastāvaḥ   

viśiṣṭaḥ samayaḥ।

prativarṣe vijayādaśamyāḥ prasaṅge rāmalīlāyāḥ āyojanaṃ bhavati।

vasar

hyaḥ, pūrvedyuḥ, gatadinam, gatadivasam, dharmavāsaraḥ, dharmāhaḥ   

adyatanīya dināt pūrvaṃ dinam।

hyaḥ aham atra nāsīt।

vasar

avasaravāditā, svārthaparatā, svārthaḥ, ātmahitam   

avasāravādinaḥ avasthā bhāvaḥ vā।

netṝṇām asatyāni vacanāni teṣāṃ svārthaparatāyāḥ paricayaṃ dadāti।

vasar

navasārīmaṇḍalam   

gujarātaprānte vartamānam ekaṃ maṇḍalam।

navasārīmaṇḍalasya mukhyālayaḥ navasārīnagare vartate।

vasar

navasārīnagaram   

gujarātaprānte vartamānam ekaṃ nagaram।

navasārīlagarasya samīpe naikāḥ buddhamūrtayaḥ prāptāḥ।

vasar

lakṣyaḥ, lakṣyam, samavasaraṇam, vayunā, diṣṭaḥ, diṣṭam, antaḥ   

tad antimaṃ sthānaṃ yasya kramaṇena dhāvanādisu pratiyogitāsu vijayaṃ nirdhāryate।

dhāvanaspardhāyāṃ ekasmin eva samaye dvau dhāvakau lakṣye samupasthitau।

vasar

jenevāsarovaraḥ   

naiṛtya-svijaralaiṇḍadeśasya tathā ca phrānsadeśasya madhyabhāge sthitaḥ ekaḥ sarovaraḥ।

jenevānagaraṃ jenevāsarovarasya madhye taṭe sthitaḥ asti।

vasar

vāsaraḥ   

gauviśeṣaḥ ।

vāsarasya varṇanaṃ śabdakośe asti

vasar

viśvāsarāyaḥ   

mantriṇaḥ nāmaviśeṣaḥ ।

vivaraṇapustikāyāṃ viśvāsarāyasya ullekhaḥ asti

vasar

vaidyanāthadevaśarmā   

ekaḥ lekhakaḥ ।

vaidyanāthadevaśarmaṇaḥ ullekhaḥ vivaraṇapustikāyām asti

vasar

kṛṣṇacandradevaśarmā   

ekaḥ tarkaśāstrajña:, yaḥ 1736 khristābde abhavat ।

kṛṣṇacandradevaśarmaṇaḥ varṇanaṃ kośe amupalabhyate

vasar

śivaśarmā   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

śivaśarmaṇaḥ ullekhaḥ vivaraṇapustikāyām asti

vasar

kṛṣṇacandradevaśarmā   

ekaḥ tarkaśāstrajña:,yaḥ 1736 khristābde abhavat ।

kṛṣṇacandradevaśarmaṇaḥ varṇanaṃ kośe amupalabhyate

vasar

vāsaraḥ   

ekaḥ sarpāsuraḥ ।

vāsarasya ullekhaḥ kośe vartate

vasar

vāsaraḥ   

ekā gau ।

vāsarasya ullekhaḥ kośe vartate

vasar

bhavaśarmā   

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ ।

kathāsaritsāgare bhavaśarmā nirdiṣṭaḥ

vasar

bhavaśarmā   

ekaḥ lekhakaḥ tathā ca mithilāyāṃ rājñaḥ nṛsiṃhasya ekaḥ mantrī ।

kośakāraiḥ bhavaśarmā nirdiṣṭaḥ prāpyate

vasar

sarvasāraḥ   

kṛtiviśeṣaḥ ।

sarvasāraḥ iti nāmakāḥ naikāḥ kṛtayaḥ santi

vasar

vāsaraḥ   

ekaḥ sarpaḥ ।

vāsarasya ullekhaḥ koṣe asti

vasar

parvaśarkarakasya ullekhaḥ rājataraṅgiṇyām asti   

parvaśarkaraka ।

ekaḥ puruṣaḥ

vasar

jīvaśarmā   

ekaḥ jyotirjñaḥ ।

jīvaśarmaṇaḥ ullekhaḥ varāhamihirasya bṛhatsaṃhitāyām asti

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