Gandhari: Gāndhārī is a character in the Hindu epic, the Mahābhārata. In the epic, she was an incarnation of Mati, as the daughter of Subala, the king of Gandhara, or the modern Kandahar, a region spanning northwestern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan, from which her name is derived. Gandhari's marriage was arranged to Dhritarashtra, the eldest prince of the Kuru kingdom, a region in Delhi and Haryana region.
- Gandhari is a fictional character from the 1965 film Mahabharat.
- Gandhari is a fictional character from the 1972 film Bala Bharatam.
"Gandhari" is a 1993 Malayalam film directed by Sunil. The film stars Madhavi and Siddique in the lead roles.
- country: India
- language: Malayalam Language
- written by John Edathattil
- genre: Drama
- released in (21 years ago)
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Theosophical Review (1893)
by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Mabel Collins, Annie Besant, George Robert Stow Mead
The third Matra is called Gandhari, because produced from the Gand- hara Svara .* Its delicate movements can be perceived in the head like the contact of a moving ant.' When the sound of Om comes out of the head, the Yogi becomes Om ...
Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Puranas (2001)
by Swami Parmeshwaranand
GANDHARI Wife of Dhrtarastra. There was a King called Subala in the family of Turvasu, brother of Yadu. (For genealogy see under Subala). Subala became the king of the land of Gandhara. This land extended from the river Sindhu to ...
Historical Dictionary of Jainism (2004)
by Kristi L. Wiley
hatanapi iya, Vairotya Aparajita Vijaya 20 Munisuvrata Naradatta Bahurupinl Aparajita 21 Nami Gandhari Camundi Bahurupinl 22 Nemi Ambika Ambika Kusniandini 23 ParSva Padmavati Padmavatl Padma 24 Mahavlra Siddhayika ...
The Encyclopedia of Sikhism (over 1000 Entries) (2000)
by H. S. Singha
DEV GANDHARI : An Indian classical mag usually sung during the first about two hours (four gharis) after sunrise in the morning. It is the sixth of the thirty-one raags used in the organisation of hymns of the Guru Granth Sahib covering pages ...
Encyclopaedia of Hinduism (1999)
Gandhari (of Ghandhara) Gandhri of learning. Jain (India]. One of sixteen ...
Encyclopaedia of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh (2006)
by Om Gupta
Kanishka also had the original Gandhari vernacular, or Prakrit, Mahayana Buddhist texts translated into the language of Sanskrit.
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