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गायत्र

गायत्र /gāyatra/ m., n. см. गीत

Noun, m.

sg.du.pl.
Nom.gāyatraḥgāyatraugāyatrāḥ
Gen.gāyatrasyagāyatrayoḥgāyatrāṇām
Dat.gāyatrāyagāyatrābhyāmgāyatrebhyaḥ
Instr.gāyatreṇagāyatrābhyāmgāyatraiḥ
Acc.gāyatramgāyatraugāyatrān
Abl.gāyatrātgāyatrābhyāmgāyatrebhyaḥ
Loc.gāyatregāyatrayoḥgāyatreṣu
Voc.gāyatragāyatraugāyatrāḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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 गायत्र [ gāyatra ] [ gāyatrá m. n. a song , hymn Lit. RV. Lit. VS. xi , 8 Lit. ChUp. ii , 11 , 1

  [ gāyatra n. a hymn composed in the Gāyatrī metre Lit. RV.

  the Gāyatrī metre Lit. VP. i , 5 , 52

  N. of a Sāman Lit. ŚBr. ix Lit. KātyŚr.

  mf ( [ ī ] ) n. consisting in or connected with the Gāyatrī (e.g. in accordance with the number of syllables of a Gāyatrī verse) Lit. VS. Lit. TS.

  with [ vrata ] = [ brahma-carya ] Lit. BhP. x , 45 , 29

  [ gāyatrī f. an ancient metre of twenty-four syllables (variously arranged , but generally as a triplet of eight syllables each) , any hymn composed in the Gāyatrī metre Lit. RV. x , 14 ; 16 & 130 , 4 Lit. VS. Lit. AV.

  [ gāyatra m. f. n. the Gāyatrī (i.e. Lit. RV. iii , 62 , 10 ; [ tát savitúr váreṇyam bhárgo devásya dhīmahi dhí yo yó naḥ pracodáyāt ] Lit. ŚBr. xiv Lit. ŚāṅkhGṛ. Lit. MBh. ; this is a very sacred verse repeated by every Brāhman at his morning and evening devotions ; from being addressed to Savitṛi or the Sun as generator , it is also called Sāvitrī ; cf. Lit. RTL. pp. 19 ; 342 ; 361 ; 403 ; the Gāyatrī verse is personified as a goddess , the wife of Brahmā and mother of the four Vedas Lit. Hariv. 11666 ff. ; it is often mentioned in connection with the Amṛita , both together constituting as it were the essence and type of sacred hymns in generalLit. AV. ; the Gāyatrī personified is also considered as the mother of the first three classes in their capacity of twice-born Lit. W. ; cf. Lit. RTL. pp. 200 f. ; some other verse ( perhaps Lit. RV. x , 9 , 1 ) is denoted by Gāyatrī Lit. Suśr. vi , 28 , 7 ; with Tāntrikas a number of mystical verses are called Gāyatrīs , and each deity has one in particular)

  N. of Durgā Lit. MatsyaP. Lit. Kathās. liii , 172

  Acacia Catechu Lit. L.

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