Swami’s Crossword 1322019 (Post No.6068)

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Date: 13 FEBRUARY 2019


GMT Time uploaded in London – 7-13 am


Post No. 6068

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1. – When it happened to sun and moon people believed that snake had devoured them and released later.

4. – Lord Krishna has it; so do wheeled carts

6. – gods and women get it done every day

8. God is ONE. No.1 is very famous in the Rig Veda and the Upanishads

9. – melody; other meanings- passion, hue, tint

1. – a seer well versed in astronomy and astrology on the banks of River Sarasvati who Balarama visited around 3200 BCE

2. – temple priest

3. – crocodile that figured in Adi Shankara story, Sundarar story etc.

7. Oldest book, oldest anthology in the world

5. – one of the five Vayus (gases in Hindu scriptures); air passing through the anus; with long initial sound ‘shop’ in Sanskrit

Answers

1.GRAHANA- When it happened to sun and moon people believed that snake had devoured them and released later.

4.CHAKRA- Lord Krishna has it; so do wheeled carts

6.ALANKARA- gods and women get it done every day

8.EKA- God is ONE. No.1 is very famous in Rig Veda

9.RAGA- melody; other meanings- passion, hue, tint

1.GARGA- a seer well versed in astronomy and astrology on the banks of River Sarasvati who Balarama visited around 3200 BCE

2.ARCHAKA- temple priest

3.NAKRA- crocodile that figured in Adi Shankara story, Sundarar story etc.

7.RIG- Oldest book, oldest anthology in the world

5.APANA- one of the five Vayus (gases in Hindu scriptures); air passing through the anus; with long initial sound ‘shop’ in Sanskrit

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