Swami Crossword 1942020 (Post No.7852)

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Post No.7852

Date uploaded in London – 19 April 2020   

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1. – (8) – Sanskrit poet who composed Gita Govindam

4. — (6) – Early ancestor of Kuru Dynasty, Son of Nahusha

6. – (5)  – Tooth; English word Dental is derived from this Sanskrit word;elephants have it as tusk.

9. -(4) – noise; loud cry; roar; also coarse particles applied to grains

10. – (7)- three in one; three braids; holy confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and Sarasvati

11.—(4) –fame, splendour, majesty

12– (4)- Sun in Sanskrit; also Calotropis gigantea plant

13. (4)- bone; osteology came from this Sanskrit word

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1.J- (10)- – King of Sindhudesa, Husband of Dushala, Sister of Duryodhana

2. – (10)—Son of Atri and Anasuya; Lord of Yoga; shown with three heads to mean he is an avatar/incarnation of Trimurtis

8.  –(5)- Mind in Sanskrit ; word mind is derived from this word

3. (10) –  Sanskrit hymns in Gita Govinda  aarranged eight couplets

5. –(4) – Muslims are called by this name in Sanskrit works and inscriptions

7. — (5)- Ghee with rice offered in Sacrificial fire

–subham–

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