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Lakshana is a fictional character from the 1967 film Shri Krishnavataram.


Lakshana, derived from the combination of words lakshya and kshana, means -'indication' or 'symptom', it also means – 'an auspicious mark', 'attribute' or 'quality'.

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Google previewThe Siddhānta kaumudī (1906)

by Bhaṭṭojī Dīkṣita, Pāṇini

The word lakshana means a sign ; an attendant circumstance, ...

Google previewThe Astadhyayi of Panini (1996)

The word lakshana means a sign; an attendant circumstance an invariable concomitant or accident in its logical sense and not merely an occasional concurrence. The force of «ri| in this case is that of ' after,' 'in consequence of,1 because of, ...

Google previewThe Ashtádhyáyí of Páṇini (1891)

by Pāṇini

The word lakshana means a sign; an attendant circumstance an invariable concomitant or accident in its logical sense and not merely an occasional concurrence. The force of m in this case is that of' 4 after,' ' in consequence of,' because of, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

the word lakshana means a “lucky sign,” and the word laksha, “a luck mark.” In the Rig—Veda, the word Lakshmi is used for “good luck.” In the Atharva Veda there are two Lakshmis, one for good and one for bad luck. The Hindu reverence ...

Google previewMongolian-English Dictionary (2013)

by Ferdinand D Lessing

lakshana. Essential or characteristic mark. busud un erke jin -- cinar; T. gzhang gi dbang gi mtshan nyid; S. para-tantra-lakshana. Mark(s) of relativity. ED 615 b under svabhāva. neiredkel yn -- cinar, T. brtags pahi ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Asian Philosophy (2006)

by Oliver Leaman

Lakshana means 'definition'; (generally, 'distinguishing mark'). In Indian philosophy, a satisfactory definition must cite a uniquely identifying characteristic (asadharana-dharma) of the definiendum: it is not a comprehensive enumeration of the ...

Google previewA Popular Dictionary of Buddhism (2005)

by Christmas Humphreys

Lakshana. (Sk.) A mark or sign distinguishing one thing from another. Hence criterion or characteristic, as anicca of all phenomena. (See Three Signs of Being .) Lalita. Vistara. (Sk.) Lit. Account of the Sport, or Play (of the Bodhisattva).

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Music (2005)

Lakshan : Introduction, definitive principles, or rules Lakshana Gita : A ...

Google previewA Sinhalese-English Dictionary (1892)

by Benjamin Clough

Lakshana, 8. indication, predicate, any thing by which an object is designated or distinguished; mark, spot; the younger brother of Rama; Indian crane; name, appellation; grammatical rule or aphorism: a. beautiful, pleasing, charming, delightful ...

Google preview“A” dictionary of the Pali language (1875)

by Robert Caesar Childers

Lakshana = Lakkhanam. Madhyamadeqa = Majjhimadeso. Mahendra = Mahindo . Mantra = Manto. Márga = Maggo. Mleccha = Milakkho. Naishkramya = Nekkhammam. Nakshatra = Nakkhattan. Nirgrantha = Nigantho. Nirvána = Nibbānan.

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