Definition: m. ([ ]) "what sort of a man?"a mongrel being (according to the brāhmaṇa-s an evil being similar to man;perhaps originally a kind of monkey[ see ];in later times the word is usually identified with kiṃ-nara-,though sometimes applied to other beings in which the figure of a man and that of an animal are combined;these beings are supposed to live on hema-kūṭa- and are regarded as the attendants of kubera-;with Jains the kimpuruṣa-s, like the kiṃnara-s, belong to the vyantara-s)
Literary Sources: S3Br. i, BhP. xi , 16 , 29
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Parse Time: 0.162s Search Word: kimpuru���a Input Encoding: IAST: kimpuruṣa |
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