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Devata

Films

  1. "Devata" a.k.a. "Devatha" is a 1982 drama romance film directed by K. Raghavendra Rao .
  2. "Devata" is a 1964 Telugu drama and musical film produced by veteran comedian B. Padmanabham and directed by K. Hemambharadhara Rao. Mahanati Savitri portrayed dual role in this film.
  3. "Devata" is a 1978 Hindi film directed by S. Ramanathan. It stars Sanjeev Kumar and Shabana Azmi.
  4. "Devata" is a 1941 Telugu drama film directed by B. N. Reddi. Huge success of this film lead to the making of more such films with the same title in 1964 by B. Padmanabham and in 1982 by D. Ramanaidu.

Miscellanea

Devata: Deva is the Hindu term for deity; devatas, are a kind of smaller more focused devas. The term "devata" also means devas. They are male and female devata. There are many kinds of devatas: vanadevatas, gramadevata, devata of river crossings, caves, mountains, and so on. In Hinduism, the devatas that guard the nine cardinal points are called Devata Lokapala or in ancient Java called Dewata Nawa Sanga. Every human activity has its devata, its spiritual counterpart or aspect.

  • also known as Devatas

Phrases with Devata

  1. Limonia Devata
  2. Species Limonia Devata

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Devata

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Google previewThe Divine with a Thousand Faces (2009)

by Saranya Michele Tracey, M. A Saranya Michele

An Ishta Devata is a chosen deity that one feels personally connected with; and this deity is ...

Google previewThe Terminology of the Vedas and European Scholars (1893)

by Guru Datta Vidyarthi (Pandit.)

Devata is a general term applied to those substances whose attributes are explained in a mantra. The sense of the above is that when it is known which substance it is that forms the subject of exposition in the mantra, the term signifying that ...

Google previewThe Teaching of the Arya Samaj (1903)

by Chhajju Simha

Devata is a general term applied to those substances whose attributes are explained in a mantra.' The sense of the above is that, when it is known which substance it is that forms the subject of exposition in the mantra, the term signifying that ...

Google previewWorks (1902)

with a biographical sketch by Guru Datta Vidyarthi (pandit.)

Devata is a general term applied to those substances whose attributes are explained in a mantra. The sense of the above is that when it is known which substance it is that forms the subject of exposition in the mantra the term signifying that ...

Google previewThe Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia (1885)

Commercial, Industrial and Scientific, Products of the Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal Kingdoms, Useful Arts and Manufactures by Edward Balfour

Adhi-devata is a primitive deity, Sthia Devata is a local deity. The Aryan Hindu doessc: recognise the village gods of S. India, but tie non-Hindu Turanian races largely worship then: and even many of those Turanian races who bsvc been ...

Google previewSupplement to a Classical Dictionary of India (1873)

Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy, Literature, Antiquities, Arts, Manners, Customs &c. of the Hindus by John Garrett

Griha-devata — Household gods. No house is supposed to be without its tutelary divinity, but the notion attached to this character is now rather vague. The Kula devata is always one of the leading personages of the Hindu mythology ; but the ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of India Illustrative of the Mythology Philosophy Literature Antiquities Arts Manners Customs & C. of the Hindus by John Garrett (1873)

Supplement to a *classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology philosophy literature antiquities arts manners customs & c. of the Hindus by John Garrett

Griha-devata—Household gods. No house is supposed to be without its tutelary divinity, but the notion attached to this character is now rather vague. The Kula- devata is always one of the leading personages of the Hindu mythology 5 but the ...

Google previewAn Introductory Dictionary of Theology and Religious Studies (2007)

by Orlando O. Espín, James B. Nickoloff

ISHTA-DEVATA A Sanskrit term meaning "chosen deity," the concept of ishta- devata (or ishta-deva) is important in the practical spirituality of Advaita Vedanta and related modern schools of Hinduism. The idea is that, since the ultimate reality, ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology and Religion, Geography, History, and Literature (1870)

by John Dowson

DEVATA. A divine being ...

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  • DAVETA
  • TAVEDA

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