Karanka-Skeleton ( it looks like, ‘a basket of bones’)
(ikā). a basket Katha1s.
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Vijnanabhairava, or Divine consciousness: a treasury of 112 types ... - Page 72
like a basket Ka1ran2d2.
Indian semantic analysis: the nirvacana tradition - Page 56
|books.google.comJaideva Singh - 1979 - 173 pages - Preview|
Karankinl mudrd is so-called, because by it the yogi views the world as mere karanka or skeleton. It views the physical body as dissolved in the highest ether. It is the mudrd of jndna-sid- dhas ie of those who have become perfect in ...
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|books.google.comEivind Kahrs - 1998 - 302 pages - Preview|
The river is supposed to have received this appellation because Garuda had dropped at its Samgama with the Sindhu the skeleton (karanka) of the Rsi DadhTci which Indra before had used as his weapon, etc.1 This story, it is true, ...
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|books.google.comShivram Dattatray Joshi - 1984 - 511 pages - Snippet view|
It is interesting to note that in modern Indo-Aryan, as registered by Turner, there is no trace of karanka- 'box'. On the other hand karanka* ' skeleton ' is widely represented : Panj. karang ' skeleton ', etc. ...
Eivind Kahrs - 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 302 pages
The river is supposed to have received this appellation because Garuda had dropped at its Samgama with the Sindhu the skeleton (karanka) of the Rsi DadhTci .Kalhana's Rajatarangini: a chronicle of the kings of Kasmir: Volume 2 - Page 381
Nalarayadavadanticarita (Adventures of King Nala and Davadanti): A ... - Page 346
|books.google.comKalhaṇa, M.A. Stein - 1989 - 555 pages - Preview|
The latter cannot fail to realize the manifest connection between Karanka and his familiar k"ranz, ' skeleton.' An exactly similar case of 'popular etymology' has been noticed above in the name Suvarnardhdngaka by which the ...
A critical study of Mahāpurāṇa of Puṣpadanta: a critical study of ...
|books.google.comErnest Bende - 2008 - 372 pages - Google eBook - Preview|
Skt. kara (mse) 'a measure'] kara 'maker, producer' acc sg. msc; [Skt. kara] kari 'effort, doing' inst. sg. msc; [Skt. kara] karamka 'skeleton' nom. sg. msc; [cf. Skt. karanka (msc) 'any bone of body'] karamdi ...
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|books.google.comRatna Nagesh Shriyan - 1969 - 356 pages - Snippet view|
... 'a skeleton' or 'skull-shaped bone' also fits in well, since the hollow palms are described as being 'mere skeleton covered over with skin.'1 Compare karanka-= 'a coconut hollowed to form a cup or vessel' (Yt. 2 43 9); cf. ...