a-daksha
अदक्ष

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  • Daksha — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En el marco del hinduismo, Daksha (दक्ष ‘el hábil’) es un antiguo dios creador, uno de los Prayapatis[1] de los rishis y de los Aditiás …   Wikipedia Español

  • Daksha —    Daksha is a RISHI, best known as the father in law of SHIVA. He is the son of the god BRAHMA and father of Shiva’s first wife, SAT I.    Daksha is best known for the events surround ing a Vedic sacrifice that he sponsored without inviting… …   Encyclopedia of Hinduism

  • Daksha — Daksa redirects here. For the island in Croatia, see Daksa (island). Daksha Ram faced Daksha (right) with Virabhadra form of Shiva Devanagari दक्ष Consort …   Wikipedia

  • Daksha —    In Vedic myth one of the early gods who eventually became subordinated to Siva. Daksha was an Adityas, a Prajapati, and a Rishis. He was the father of Uma, the wife of Siva, and Diti, the wife of Kasyapa. There was a great quarrel between… …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

  • á-tūrta-daksha — अतूर्तदक्ष …   Indonesian dictionary

  • Purana — En el hinduismo, los Puranas son un género de literatura escrita india (diferente de la literatura oral de los Vedas, más antiguos). purāṇa, en el sistema AITS (alfabeto internacional para la transliteración del sánscrito). पुराण, en escritura… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Rishi — A rishi (ṛṣi) denotes a Vedic poet by whom Vedic hymns were composed, or according to post Vedic tradition a sage to whom they were originally revealed (Ṛṣis are also called kavi , brahmán , kāru , kīri , vāghat , vipra , etc.). Rishi is also a… …   Wikipedia

  • Virabhadra — (Veerabhadra) (Sanskrit: वीरभद्र, IAST: Vīrabhadra ) was a super being created by the wrath of Rudra (Shiva), when he stepped in to destroy the Yagna of Daksha Prajapati, after Dakshayani (Sati) or Devi self immolated in yagna fire. Along with… …   Wikipedia

  • Pattiseema — Patti seema is a village in Polavaram mandal of West Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is located on the bank of the River Godavari. It is very famous for Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Temple. ri Veereswara Swamy TempleThis is a preamble to… …   Wikipedia

  • Dakshayani — (Sati) Devanagari दाक्षायणी (सती) Sanskrit Transliteration Dākshāyani (Satī) Consort Shiva …   Wikipedia

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