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THE

VISHNU PURiSl:
A SYSTEM

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HINDU MYTHOLOGY AND TEADITION.

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THE ORIGINAL SANSKRIT,

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CORRECTIONS.

Page. Col. Line.


10 I 40, 41 See Vijaya, son of Jaya or Vijaya.
17 I 16 For Asrutavrana read Asrutabraiia.
34 2 14 > 135 ., 136-
35 I 13 Insert 1. 174-
51 .2 16 For Vdiinadeva read Dhfitavrata.
55 2 33 ? Pdnda ,, PaYicfu.
5* I 39 35 Gariesa* Ganesa.
63 I 41 Gunas Gun as.
63 2 21 )5 -vy^khya ,, -vydkhyfi.
64 I 14 ;J Haimavati ,, Haimavati.
68 2 21 JJ Mduasarovara ,, Mdnasasarovara.
7i 2 9 Iswara Iswara.
75 I 7, ii See Vijaya, sonof Jaya or Vijaya.
80 2 22 For Kdlmartipini read Ka*marupirii.
87 2 28 ti Kesin Kesin.
89 I 8 13 Uru tfru.
95 I 3 JJ R^dika Rddhika.
TOO I 34 )} Kusanara ,, Kusandrd.
100 2 ii ,, Kutfasthali ,, Kusasthali.
105 I 3 Vdruui ,, Vdruiii.
120 2 28 Insert Nabhaga.
122 I 18 For Ayus ^yus.
122 2 6 Read N., or R., his city, where.
123 I H Nalopakhyana read Nalopd,khylna.
124 I i ,, Naudiyasdis , , Nandiyaas.
127 2 40 ,, Susr'ama ,, Sus'rania.
130 I 20 .For Brahma , , Brahma.
135 I *7 ,, Parria"s'a Parrf&'d.
,
141 2 '27, 3i ?> Prdmsu Prdmsu.
149 I 36 ,, Budhd ,, Budha.
149 2 26 ,, Budhd ,, Budha.
Suvjm.
154 I 12 ,, Suvama ,,
154 I 17 Eamdinas , , Ramaiias.
I58 2 3<5 j. 6ishyasringa ,, Rishyasringa.
160 I 5 J3 -dwipa , , -dwipa.
CORRECTIONS.

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160 2 17 For Viswajit read Viswajit.
161 I 36 Sri- Sri-.
161 2 9 ,5 Bhishmaka Bhishmaka,
162 i 21 Sabda- Sabda.
164 2 21 Sisunaga bisundga.
168 2 25 ,, Santatateyu Santateyu.
170 2 24 ,, Saura Saura.
174 I 3 ,, Saraswati Saraswati.
177 I 4 ,, Sa"taprasuti ^ataprasuti.
180 2 28 SausVatas Sausrutas.
184 I < 18 Sishti is a betterreading than Slishi.
187 2 30 For Sra"nta read Srdnta.
I9O 2 18 6trira"jya ,, Strirdjya.
193 2 *3 ,, Sudh^rjl Sudhdird:.
199 2 3 ,, ^unyabindu ,, ^ilnyabindu.
211 I 32, 34 Tirthankara ,, Tirthariikara.
216 I 31 Ugrampasyd ,, Ugranipasyd,
219 2 32 Vyasa Vy^sa.
230 2 26 " ,, Partiravus ,, Piiruravas.
233 2 18 ,, Pr^ua Pr^ila.
234 I 9 Vedavit ,, Vedavid.
237 2 14 Vikfishna ,, Vikrishna.

240 I 18 ,, Virankard ,} Viramkara*.


242 2 37 ,5 Viswadhara ,, VisVadhdra.
Havirdharia ,, Havirdhdua.
245 2 40 ,,
248 I 39 ,, Dwapara ,, Dwapara.
249 I 8 an ,, on,
253 I 19 ,, Bharatavarsha BhaYatavarsha,
26l 19 ,, Uchchhaifisravas
,, Uchchainsravaa.
265 2 23 ,, Pdniils ,, Pdinins.
0&*1 2 <,,- Exvunae See explaining.

It will have been observed that most of the errors here corrected pertain to
accents and diacritical marks. Others similar have, probably, eluded notice.
INDEX.

, The abbreviation P. denotes the Preface to the work here indexed. The volumes
of the work are denoted by larger Arabic numerals; their pages, and likewise
those of the Preface, by smaller.

Abala,variantof Sunita,4. 176. Abhimana,a 6ishi in the sixth


Abhaya, 'fearlessness/ son of Manwantara, 3. 12.
Dharma, 1. in, Abhimana, the term, 1. 33 ; 5.
Abhaya, son of Idhmajihwa, king 198 (note ).
of Plaksha-dwfpa, 2. 193. Abhimanin, an Agni, eldest son of
Abbaya, a region in Plaksha-dwfpa, Brahma, 1. 155 (where correct
2. 193. the spelling)j 5. 387.
Abhaya, a river in Krauncha- Abhimanyu, son of Chakshusha,
dwlpa, 2. 198. the Maim, 1. 177.
Abhayada,son of Mamsyu, 4. 127. Abhimanyu, son of Arjuna, son of
Abhidhana, the t' xplained, 5. Pdndu, 3. 321, 326; 4. 159,
I4->>-~ 160,163.
AK-' i, a vocabu- Abhinaman ('^), variant of Atina-
lary, iv_, 122, 246. nian, 3. 12.
Abhidhana-ratna-nict.4'
a vocabu- Abhinamin,
7 a Eishi in the sixth

lary, referred to, 2. 160. Manwantara, 3. 13.


Abhijana, what, 3. 143. Abhinivesa, what, 1. 69.
Abhijit,sonof.Tyoman,
4. 68. Abhiras,
^.bhiras,
peoples,
2.
Abhijit, variously genealogized, 134,167,168,184,185-'
4. 9g.; 224; 5. 157-159.l6s? l6/
-Afcuiiiit,a certainasterism,2. 264, Abhiras, a raceof kings,4jfX
&c., 308. 205-208.
Abhijita, variantof Abhijit, 4. 98. Abhisaras,a people,2. 17.
Abhijnata,sonof Yajnabahu,king Abhishava,what, 3. 196.
of S'almala-dwlpa, 2. 195. Abhiyukta,a castein Kui?
Abhijnata, a region in S'almala- 2. 197,
dwipa,2. 195. Abhrayantf,a Kfittik7
INDEX.

AbhumI, son of Chitraka, 4. 96. Adhi-bhantika, what, 5. 60, 203.


Abhutanayas,variant of Abhu- A'dhi-daivika,what,5. 60,203.
tarajas,3. 9. Adhikanga, adhikangi,what, 3.
AMutarajas, a classof gods in the 104.
fifth Manwantara, 3. 9, 10. Adhi-purusha, 'supreme spirit/ 1.
Abhutarajases,variant of Abhu- 170.
tarajas,3. 9, 10. Adhirajya(?),a country,2. 165.
Aibhutaramas, variant of Abhii- Adhirasht'ra ('?),a country, 2. 165.
tarajas,3. 9. Adhiratha,sonof Satyakarman,
4. .
Abhiitarayas, variant of Ablrd- 126.
tarajas,3. 9, Adhisamakfishna(?), variant of
Abhyudaya-sraddha, a certain Adhisimakfishna, 4. 163.
mortuary rite, 3. 99, 338. Adhisimakfishna, son of Aswa-
Abiria, the classicalname of the medhadatta,4. 163,
country of the Abhiras, 2. 185. Adhisomakfishna,variant of Adhi-
Abj&, daughter of Bhargava, 3. simakfishiia, 4. 163.
238. Adhivahana, variant of Para, 4.
Abjabhava, the sameas Abjayoni, 123.
4, in. Adhivajya (??),a country, 2, 165.
Abjayoni,an epithetof Brahma,1. Adhivajyakuladya(?'?),a country,
17; 3. 250, 251 ;4. 2 ;5. 196, 2. 165.
25' Adhokshaja, an epithet of Vishnu
Abu, a mountain in Central India, or Krishna, 1. 28; 4. 252; 5. n.
4. 225. See Arbuda. Adhomukha - Adhalisiras, a hell,
Achaia,
aDevarshi,
sonof Praty{i- 2. 218. "^ ^^ *
sha, 3. 68. Adhilsht'a, i
Achala, variant of Sunita, 4. 176. son of S'u
Xchara, the term defined, &c., 3. Adhfishya, a -, 149.
^6, 107, 338. Adhwaryu,, & ^ort of priest, 3. 43,
^ehc5ra-chandrika,
a law-book,re- 343-
%-red to, 3. 198. Adhyas, variant of Andhas,2.170.
\hoda, daughter of the Ag- Adhyatma-ramayaiia,a part of the
^Tattas^3. 160. BrahmMd/a-purafla,"F^84."
"'"uta,a name of Vishnu or ^dhyatniika,what.,5, 60, 20-2,203.
.-.ana,its etymology,' &c.a1. Adi-bhiita, what, 3. 230.
>2,etpassim. Adi-kiit, what, 5. 195.
"*, an Indra in the ninth Adina, son of Sahadeva,4^ 44.
antara,3. 25, Adi-purana= Brahma-purana,
P.
s,ahell,2.215. ?7*
' vice/ son of Brahma, Ad'ira (?),Ad'ira,variantsf A'n-
I, 112. did'a, 4. 117,
INDEX.

Aditi, daughterof Daksha,and Agha,anAsura,Kanisa'sgeneralis-


wife of Kasyapa, 1. 147, 151; simo, 5. ii,
2. 26, 27, 259; 3. 18-20, 230; Aghora, a Kalpa, P. 62.
4. 265,318 ; 5. 88, 90, 92, 93, Aghorastra,a weaponborneby
96, 97. Siva, 5. 118.
Aditi, oneof the Yiswe devas,3. Agneya,a kind of cloud,2. 279.
179. Agneya= Kfittika, an asterism,
Aditya, the sun, P. 3; 3. 56, 117 ; 2. 277; 4. 235.
4. 74, 75>103J 5<3^2. Agneya- purana= Agni- purdna,
Adityas, certain gods, twelve in P. 23, 58; 3. 65, 67 (where
number, 1. 121, 123, 125; 2. correct the spelling), 338.
27, 285,286,c.; 3.3, 13,15, Agneyastra,
'a fieryweapon,'3. 81.
18; 4. 249, 272, 293; 5. 2, Agneyf, wife of Uru, 1. 177.
143, 247. Their chief, Vishiiu, Agni, god of fire, son of Angiras,
2. 85. P. 3,21, 58; 1. 154, 155, 192;
Aditya/ Aditya, = Punarvasu, an 2.306,307; 3.2,28,128,162,
asterism, 2. 266, 276. 166; 4.235,249, 254; 5. 100,
Aditya-upapurana, P. 87. 158, 382. King of the Pitfis,
Adi-upapuraiia,
P. 91. 2. 86. His city, 2. 112,118.
Adrava(?),variant of A mavat, 3. Agni, the Vaidik, 2. 79.
191. Agnis, forty-nine in number, 1.
Adravas (1), variant of Aniavat, 3. 141, 156; 4. 249, 258, 272;
190, 191. 5. 143.
Adrika, an Apsaras,mistressof Agni,a 6islii in the fourth Man-
Yasu, 2. 81-83; 4. 149. wantara, 3. 8.
Adfisyanti, wife of S'akti, and Agni, a star so called,2. 306.
mother of Parasara,1. 8. Agni, a Kalpa, P. 67.
Adwaita, what, 2. 90. Agni (']), variant of Nimi, 4. 72.
Adwija, what, 4. 222. Agnibahu, son of Priyavrata and
Adyas,a classof godsin the sixth Kamya,2. 100, 101.
Manwantara, 3. 12. Agnibahu, a Eishi in the four-
Adya, variant of Apas, the Bak- teenth Manwantara, 3. 28. "
shasa,2. 293. Agnidagdhas, certain Pitfis so
Agada,'alexipharmacy,'4. 33. called,1. 156; 3. 166,339.
Agada-tantra= Agada,4. 33. Agnidhra,son of Priyavrataand
Agasti, the sameas the next, (?) Kamya,and king of Jambu.
3. 128. dwipa, 2. 100, <fcc.;3. 2.
Agastya,son of Pulastya,P. 72, Agnidhra,variantof Gfidhra,the
86; 1. 154; 5. 387. Kishi, 3. 28.
Agastya,or Canopus,an asterism, Agnidhraka,a Irtishiin the twelfth
2. 263, 268, 308. Manwantara,3. 27.
INDEX.

Agni-hotra, a sort of sacrifice, 3. Agnivarchas,descendedfrom Bha-


40, 113, 117, 213. radwaja, and disciple of Roma-
Agni-kaiya, a particular ceremony, harshana, 3. 64-66.
3. 189. Agnivania, son of Sudarsana,3.
Agni-linga, an epiphany of S'iva, 314, 321, 325.
as a fiery phallus, P. 6 7. Agnivayu, variant of Agnibahu,
Agnimachara, variant of Agnima- the Eishi, 3. 28.
t'hara, 3. 45. Agnivesya, a form of Agni, and
Agnimat'hara,disciple of Bashkali, son of Devadatta, 3. 336. "
and teacher of the IrUg-veda,3. Agnivesyayanas, certain Brah-
44, 45- mans, 3. 336.
Agnimatura, variant of Agnima- Agnya"dheya,a particular sacrifice,
t'hara, 3. 45. 3. 113,
Agnimitra, disciple of Bashkali, Agrahaia, what, P. 105.
and teacher of the Kig-veda, 3. Agrahayana = Margasirsha, a
44. month, Nov.-Dec., 2. 261 " 3.
Agnimitra, son of Pushpamitra, 114, 168.
4. 172, 190, 191. Agrahdyani, a particular sacrifice,
Agninavara (?), disciple of Bash- 3. 113-
kali, and teacher of the Rig- Agrayanesht'i, a particular sacri-
veda, 3. 44. fice, 3. 113.
Agni-puraiia, analysis of it, &c., Ahalya, daughter of Badhryaswa,
P. 20, 24, 58, <fcc. j 3. 190; and wife of S'aradwat or Gau-
&" 3X5>327>3Sl- See "Vahni- tama, 3. 316; 4. 146.
puraria, Ahamkara, particulars touching,
Agnisht'oma,
son of Chakshusha, !" 33-35) &c-? 7^? MO, 169,
Manu of the sixth Manwantara, 172; 2. 94, 232; 5. 94, 199.
1. 177-179- ^hammana, what, 5. 223, 225.
Agnisht'oma, a kind of sacrifice, Ahamya'ti,son of Samyati, L 128.
its origin, &c., 1. 84, 85 ; 3. Ahan, <day/ a body of Brahma, 1.
II3\ 81.
Agnisht'ut,variantof Agnisht'oma, Aharya,variant of Mahavirya,4.
son of Chakshusha,1. 179. 137-
Agnisht'ut = Agnisht'oma, the A'havam'ya,
a certain holy fire, 3.
sacrifice, 1. 85. 175; 4. ii; 5. 114.
Agnishwattas, a class of Pitris, Ah!, ' serpent/ whence the term,
variously genealogized,1, 156 ; 1.83.
2- 33> 343; 3- IS9, l6. l63> Ahi, variant of Swahi, 4. 61.
339^ Ahichchhatra,
tworegions
socall-
Agnitejas,a Kishi in the eleventh ed, 2. i6r.
Manwantara, 3. 26. Ahichchhatra, a city, 2. 161.
INDEX,

Ahikshatra,a region,2. 161; 4. Ailavila,variantof Ilavila,3. 311.


MS- Ailina,sonof Tainsu,4. 130,131.
Ahimsa,what, 3. 77 " 4. 294; 5. Aindras(?),a people,2. 341.
229. Aindra= Indra-clwipa,a portionof
Alnna, variantof Adina, 4. 44, Bharatavarsha,2. 112.
Ahfnaga,
sonof Devanika,
3.320, Aindra= Jyesht'ha,an asterisni,
321, 323- 2. 265.
Ahinara,sonof Udayana,4. 165, Aindriyaka,what, 1. 74.
166. Ainila, variant of Ailina, 4. 130.
Ahfnara,variantof Ahinagu,3. Air, presiding
overtheskin,1.38.
321. Airavata, king of elephants,pro-
Ahfrs, the vernacularcorruption duced by churning the ocean,
of Abhiras,2. 208. and appropriatedby Indra, 1.
Ahirbudhna,a Budra, 2. 24, 25, 136, 147; 2. 85; 4. 317, 319,
337- 321; 5. 87, 89, 101.
Ahirbudhna= Uttara-bhadrapada,Airavata, a serpent,son of Kas-
an asterism,2. 277. yapa,2, 74, 285, kc.
Ahirbudhnya= Abirbudhna,the Airavata, three certain triads of
Kudra, 2. 24, 25,337. asterisms,2. 265, 267.
Ahirvradhna,corruptedfromAhir- Airavata= Airavati, a certaintriad
budhnya,2. 24, 25. of.asterisms,2. 276, 277.
Ahita, variant of Mahita, 2. 148. Airavati, a certain triad of aster-
Ahoratra,thetermexplained,5.47. isms,2. 265, &c., 277.
Ahuka, variouslygenealogized,4. Airavati = Iravatf, a river, 4. 118.
98, 99, 114; 5. 150. Aishikas, variant of Ishlkas, 2.
Ahuki,variously
genealogized,
4. /73-
98. Aitareya-brahmana, the, or its
Ahutas,a classof Apsarases,
2. 75. commentary,
referredto, 2. 135,
Ahuti, variant of Dhfiti, son of !7o> 339? 342, 343; 3. 231,
Babhru, 4. 67. 244, 248, 256, 257, 338, 340;
Ahuti, what; 3. 181. 4. 27; 5. 81.
Aid'as?certainEajarshiSj3. 70. Aja, a Eudra,2. 25.
Aid'avid'a,variant of Ilavila, 3. Aja, sameas the last, (?) 2. 16,
311. 65-
Aid'ivid'a,variantofIlavila, 3.311. Aja, son of Auttami, the third
Aikshwakas,certainBajarshis,3. Manu,3. 6.
70. Aja, variouslygenealogized,
3. 313,
Aikshwakas,
a dynasty,
4. 171, 314,316^4.124.
181, 184. Aja, son of Urdhwaketu, 3. 334.
Aila, metronymof Pururavas,3. Aja = Purva-bhadrapada,
anaster-
168. ism, 2. 276, 277.
INDEX.

Ajagava,
thebowof Siva,1. 183, Akapivat,
a 6ishiin thefourth
186. Manwantara, 3. 8.
Ajagava,variantof Jaradgava,2. Akasa,particularsregarding, 1.34,
267. 36; 2. 232, 235; 5. 198, 254.
Ajaikapad,a Rudra,2. 24, 25. Akasaganga, a river, 2. 280, 281.
Ajaikapad= Purva-bMdrapada, an Akhyana,Akhyanaka,denned,2.
asterism,3. 167. 95; 3. 63, 66 (note).
Ajaka, variously genealogized,
4. Akiira(^), variant of A'ndid'a,4.
14, IS- 117.
Ajaka, son of Yadu, 4. 53. Akiisaswa, son of Samhataswa,
Ajaka, variant of Janaka, 4. 179. 3. 265, 266.
Ajamid'ha,variouslygenealogized,Akfitabraria, sprung from Kas-
4, 138-140, 142, 144, 145, yapa, and disciple of Romahar-
147, 148, 153. sharia,P. 19; 3. 64-66.
Ajapala = Aja, 3. 314. Akfitavrata, variant of Akfita-
Ajasyaina, son of Sukumara, 4. braiia, 3. 66.
i63. Akriya, sprung from Rambha, son
Ajatasatru, variously genealogized, of Ayus, 4. 43.
4. 181, 182, 186. Akrodhana, son of Ayutanayin, 4.
Ajjava (?), variant of Kathajava, 128.
3. 50. Akrodhana, son of Ayutayus, son
Ajavithi, a certain triad of aster- of Aravin, 4. 153.
isms, 2. 263, &c., 308. Akrura, son of S'waphalka,4. 80,
Ajaya, variantof Udaydswa,4.182. 82, 84, 86, <fcc.,94, 96, 335,
Ajigarta, father of Sunalisepha, 3$6, 33^j 5. i, 4, 5, 8-13,
4. 25-27. 16-18, 23, 26, 148.
Ajika, son of Yadu, 4. 53. Akshagandha,an Apsaras,2. 82.
Ajina, son of Havirdhana, 1. 293. Akshara, what, 5. 211.
Ajitas, a classof gods in the first Aksha-siitraka, ' rosary,' 5. 239.
Manwantara,2. 26 ; 3. 2. Akshauhini, the term explained,
Ajita, a form of Vishnu in the se- 4. 250 ; 5. 50, 140.
cond Manwantara,3. 17. Aksha-valaya= Aksha-siitraka, 5.
Ajita, a 6ishi in the fourteenth 239-
Manwantara,3. 29, Aksha-vat'a,what, 5. 26.
Ajita, sonof Yadu,4. 53. Akshaya,what, 5. 51.
Ajita, sonof Punarvasu, 4. 98. Akshepa,variant of Upeksna,4.
Ajyapas,a classof Pitf is, variously 96.
genealogized, 1. 123, 157; 3. Akuti, daughterof Swayambhuva
160, 164, 339. Manu, and wife of Ruchi, 1.
\ Akapi,aifeishi
in thefourthMan- 108;3. 16 (where
correct
the
\wantara,3. 8. spelling); 5. 390.
INDEX. 7
"
Akuti, wife of Chakshtis,
sonof Amara-loka= Deva-loka,
5. 145.
Vyusht'a,1. 178. Arnarasiinha,
an author,P. 7, 10,
Alaka,the capitalof Kubera,and &c.;3. 73,207;5. 259,266,274,
city of the Gandharvas,4. 6 \ 324, 332. SeeAmara-kosa.
5. 386. Amaravati,
the city of Indra, 1.
Alakananda, a river, 2. 112, 120, 137; 2. 240- 3. 253; o. 57.
122, 272. Amaravati,a city in Berar,5. 69.
Alakshmi,goddessof misfortune, Amarsha,sonof Snsandhi,3. 325.
daughterof Lakshmi,1. 147. Amarshana,
variantof Amarsha,
Is calledoffspringof Adliarina, 3. 325-
1. 112. Amavasu, son of Pururavas, 4-.
Alambana, what, 5. 231. 13, 14, 138, 139.
Alambi, disciple of Yaisampayana, Amavasu, son of Kusa, 4. 15.
and teacher of the Yajur-veda, AmaVasya, etymology of, (fee.,2.
3.52- 260, 301.
Alambusha, anApsaras,mistressof Amavat (?), one of the Viswe
Trinabindu, 2. 81, 82 ; 3. 246. devas, 3. 191.
Alarka, variously genealogized,4. Amayus, son of Pururavas, 4. 13.
36-39- Ambas, a people, 2. 136.
A'laya (?), a river, 2, 146. AmbA, a Krittika, 2. 337.
Alindas, a people, 2. 180. Ambalika, daughter of a king of
Alpa (?),a river, 2. 196. the Kasis, 4. 158.
Ajna,son of Krishna and Satya, Ambarfslia,sonof Pulaha,1. 155.
5. 79. Ambarisha, son of Nabhaga, 3.
Ama, son of Ghritapiisht'ha, king 238, 239? 256>257-
of Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 198. Anibarisha, sou of Mandhatii, 3.
Ama,a regionin Krauncha-dwipa, 268, 280, 281j 5. 391.
2. 198. Ambarisha,variously genealogized,
Ama, a ray of the sun,2. 301. 3. 33>3M, 3iS-
Amahaka= Avyanga,5. 383. Ambarisha, king of Ayodhya
Amalajd, daughter of Raudraswa, (which of the Ambarislias named
andwifeof Prabhakara,4. 129. above?),4. 25, 26.
Amantravit(?), variant of Aini- Ambarisha(who?), P. 49, 68.
.trajit, 4. 169. Ambasht'has, Ambasht'lias, a
Amaras,tfthegods/ 5. 252. people,2. 133, 135, 136, 340;
Aniarakant'aka, a mountain so 4. 121.
called,5. 118. Ambasht'ha,
a city, 4. 122.
Amara-kosa?a vocabulary,referred Ambasht'hya,
a king namedin the
to, 2. 22, 54, 142, 147, 149, Aitareya-brahmana, 2. 135.
i6oj 3. 73, 102,328; 5. 50, Ambhamsi,
four classes
of beings
52, 300. See Amarasimha. so called, 1. 80.
INDEX.

Ambhogiri, variant of Asta, 2. 199. Ainsa, an Aditya, '2. 27, 286,


Ambika, an Apsaras, 2. 81. 291, &c.
Ambika,wifeof Bhava,theRudra, Ainsa, variouslygenealogized;
4.
1. 117; 4. 262. 69.
Ambika, daughter of a king of the Amsa, what, 4. 234.
Kasis, 4. 158. Amsaka, what, 4. 66.
Ambika = Indrarii, (?)o. 70. Amsamsa, what, 4. 240.
A'mbikera
(?),variantof Ambikeya, Ainsamsavatara,
what, 4. 247.
2. 199. Amshaspands,
the, referredto, 2.
Ambikeya, a mountain-range in 230-
S'aka-dwipa,2. 199. Amriu,variantof Amsa,theAclitya,
Ambupa= Varuna,2. 112. 2. 27, 285, 286,&c.
Ambuvahini, variant of Madhu- Amsu,variant of Atiisa, 4. 69,70.
vahini,2. 150. Amsudatta,an author,referredto
Ameya,what, 5. 4. thecourtof KingVikramaditya,
Ameyatman,
what,
3.206;4.304. P;9-
Amitabhas, two classesof gods,so Amsurnat, son of Asamanja, 3.
called, 3. 9, 23. 298, 301-303.
Amitrajit, son of Suvarna,4. 169. Amiirta, what, 5. 232, 236.
Amnaya = Veda, 5. 9. Amurtarajas, son of Kusa, 4. 15.
Amfitas, a class of Apsarases, 2. Amurtarajasa (?), son of Kusa, 4.
82. *5-
Amf-ita, father of the Amfitas, 2. Amurtaraya, son of Kusa, 4. 15. "
82. Aimirtarayasa (correct the spell-
Amfita, son of Idhmajihwa, king ing), variant of Amurtarajasa ('?),
of Plaksha-dwipa,2. 193. L 15.
Amfita, aregionin Plaksha-dwipa, Amurtimat, son of Kusa, 4. 15.
2/193. Amurtirajas,
sonof Antinara,
4.
Amfita,theocean
churned
forit, I3'.
1. 142, &c. Drunk by the gods, Amurtiraya, variant of Amurta-
1. 145. Stored in the moon, raya, 4. 15.
2. 300. Drunk by the Pitf is, Anadhita, variant of Aravin, 4.153.
2. 302. Its character,2. 300, Anadfishi (?), variant of Ana-
Amfita, a river in Plaksha-dwipa, dhfisht'i, 4. 101.
2. 192. Anadhfisht'i, son of S'lira, 4. 101,
Amfitabhas,a classof godsin the "3-
fifth Manwantara, 3. 10. Anadhfishtl= Matinara,4. 130.
Amfitaprabhas,a classof godsin Anaga,variantof Maninga,2. 154.
theeighthManwantara,3, 24. Anagha,sonof Vasisht'ha,1. 155.
Amfitaugha,
a riverin Krauncha-Anagha,a feishiin the eleventh
dwipa, 2. 198. Manwantara,3. 26.
INDEX. 9

Anagha,variouslygenealogized,4. Ananta,variant of Bharata,4. 57.


132. Anantaka,sonof S'asabiudu,4. 63.
Anagha(?),an Apsaras,2. Si. Anapana, Anapana, Anapanga,
Anagha,a river in S'a-ka-dwipa,
2. variantsof Para,4. 123.
200. Anaranya, father of Puslikarini,
Anagnidagdhas, certain Pitils so wife of Cliakshuslia, I. 177; 5.
called, 1. 156; 3. 166, 339. 388.
Xnaka, son of S'lira, 4. 101. Anarafiya, variously genealogized,
Anakadundubhi = Vasudeva, slain by Havana, 3. 283, 284,
father of Krishna, 4. 79, 101, 297.
108, no, 268, 269 ; 0. 8, 154. Anaranya, sou of Sarvakarnian,
Anakadundubhi = Tanias, &c., 4. 3. 305) 3i4.
98. Anartas, a people descendedfrom
Anala, a Vasu, 2. 23. Anarta, next named, 2. 171.
Anala (the same as the last ?), 4. Anarta, son of S'aryati, 2. 172 ; 3.
in. ' 248, 249; 5. 390.
Analavi (?),variantof Alambi, 3. Anarta, sonof Vibhu, 4. 37.
52- A'narta, a country, 3. 249.
Anamitra, father of Chakshusha, Anarta ('??),variant of Bharata, 4.
the Maim, 3. IT. 57-
Anamitra, son of Nighna, 3. 305, Anarya, what, 5. 178.
3J4; Anasuya,
'good-will,'
daughter
of
Anamitra, variously genealogized, Daksha, and wife of Atri, 1.
4- 73, 74, 93) 94, 100. 109, 135, 153. In 1. 110, she
Anamnaya, what, 4. 251. is called daughter of Kardama.
Ananda, son of Medhatithi, king Anavadya, an Apsaras, 2. Si, 82.
of Plaksha-dwipa, 2. 191. Anavaratha, son of Madliu, 4. 69.
Ananda, a region iu Plaksha- Anavasa, an Apsaras, 2. 82.
dwipa, 2. 191. Anavfisht'i, what, 3. 285 " 4. 87.
Anandagiri, a commentator, re- Anavfisht'i, variant of AnAclhrislit'i,
ferred to, 3. 175. son of S'uraj 4. 101.
Ananga= Kama, P. 65 ; 4. 107; Anaya, variant of Anagha, the
5. 72,76. &ishi,3. 26.
Ananta= Vishnu, 2. 313; 3. 78; Anayus,daughterof Dakslia,and
5. 15, 214. wife of Kasyapa,2. 26, 73, 74.
Ananta= Syesha,
a form of Vishnu, And'a-kat'aha,
what, 2. 204, 23-1-.
2. 20-213; 3. 252; 5. 3, 65. Andhas, a people, 2. 170.
Ananta, one of the Viswe devas, Andhakas,a people,2. 159 ; 5.
3. 192. 143, 147, 148, 150, 159.
Ananta, variant of Ananda,.the Andhaka,an Asura,P. 79, 82.
regionso called,2. 191. Andhaka,a Naga,2. 38.
INDEX.

Andhaka, son of Naliusha, 4. 46. Angas, a people, 2. 166, 170.


Andhaka, variously genealogized, Anga, son of Urn, 1. 177. He is
4. 71, 87, 88, 96, 99; 5. no, son of Ulniuka, 1. 178; and
132, 163. is descendedfrom Atri, 1. 179.
Andhaka (?'?),son of Ainsu, 4. 69. Anga, son of Bali, 3. 289; 4.
Andhaka, variant of Mahidhraka, 122, 123, 126.
3. 332. Anga, a country, 2. 166 ; 4. 125,
Andhaka(?),variantof Dhanaka, 126, 162\ 5. 161.
4S4. Angas, six supplements to the
Andhakaraka, son of Dyutimat, Veda, 3. 67, 174.
king of Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197. Augada, sonof Laksbmana,3. 318.
Andhakaraka, a region in Kraun- Angada, a country, 3. 319.
cha-dwipa, 2. 197. Angadi, a city in Karapatha, 3.
Andhakaraka, a mountain-rangein 3*9-
Krauncha-dwfpa, 2. 197. Anga-dwlpa, a certain island, 2.
Andhakupa, a hell, 2. 215. 129.
Andhatamisra, a hell, 2. 215. Angaja, sprang from Brahma, I.
Andhatamisra, what, in philo- 102.
sophy, 1. 69. Angaras, a people, 2, 178.
Andhras, a people, P. 109, 112; Angaraka, a Eudra, 2. 25.
2. 170, 184- 4. 194, 195,203- Angaraka = Lohitanga, or Mars, 2.
2O5, 2O7, 2O832IO, 2l6, 22O, 226, 308.
221, 231, 232, 234-236. Angarasetu, variant of Setu, 4.
Andhra, variant of Purid'ra, 4.122. 118.
Andhra, variant of Od'ra (?), 4. Angarasetu,variant of Aradwat,
221. 4. 118.
Andhra, variant of Ardra, son of Angiras, variously genealogized,
Viswagaswa,3. 263. 1. 100, 122, 153, 158, &c.; 2.
Andhrabhfityas,
a dynasty,4.194, 285, <fcc.; 3. 68, 163, 245,
195, 199. 201, 202. 257-259, 280, 281, 297, 342;
Andhrajatiyas, a dynasty, 4. 194. 4. 2, 39, 145. His wife, 1.
Andid'a,son of Kariitthama,
4. 109, no. His offspring,1.
117. *53; 2. 259.
Andira,variantof Andid'a,
4. 117. Angiras,sonof Daksha,1. 103,
Andras(?),a people,2. 184. 122; 3. 2, 3, 8, ii, 15, 28.
Andraka,variantof Ardraka,son For wivesandoffspringof some
of Vasurnitra,4. 191. Angiras,see2. 21, 28.
Anenas, son of Kakutstha or Angiras,sonof IJru, 1. 177. He
Puranjaya,3. 263. is saidto be sonof Ulmuka, 1.
Anenas,sonof Kshemari,3. 334. 178.
Anenas,sonof Ayus,4. 30, 43. Angiras,a lawgiver,3. 148.
INDEX. I r

Angiras(apparently
another),3. Anjana,sonof Kuril,
62. (Someof the references Anjana,father of Buddha,
under the Angirases are very Anjika, sonof Yadu, 4. 53.
likely misplaced. To discri- Anjika, variantof Anjaka, 2. 71.
minate thesepersons seems all Anjita, son of Yadu, 4. 53.
but impracticable.) Anuada, son of Kiishiia and
Angiras==Mandhatri (?),3. 281. Mitravindd,5. 79.
Angirases,
descendants of Angiras, Annapana,variantof Para,4. 123.
3. 341; 4. 31. Anfina, variantofAmichiin4,2. 81.
Angirases,
certainBrahmansrank- Anfita, (untruth,' sonof Adharma,
ing as Kshattriyas,3. 258, 259, and husbandof Nikfiti, 1. in.
280. Antacharas, a people, 2. 185.
Angirasas,a classof4Pitfis, 3. 159. Antachara, an Apsaras, 2. 82.
Angirasa(?),a Yedaof the Magas, AntaKkarana,what, 3. 202.
5. 3S3- AntaKpranin, what, 3. no (where
Angirasi;a river in Plaksha-dwlpa, correctthe spelling).
2. 193. Antalisila, variant of Antrasila, 2.
Anguia = An gulf, 4. 10. 151.
Angulf, ^finger-breadth,'2. 204. Antaka = Yama, 2. 112 ; 4. 241;
Ariiha, variant of Ahinagu, 3. 323. 5. 15, 207.
Anila, aVasu, 2. 23; 5. 387. Antaka, differenced from Yama,
Anila, son of Krishna and Mitra- 1. 188.
vinda, 5. 79. Antaka, variant of Ardraka, son of
Anila = Vayuy2. 112; 4. 102; 5. Yasumitra,4. 191.
39*- Antara = Manwantara, 3. 40.
Anila,variantof Ailina,4.130,131. Antardhana, i disappearance,'a
Anilatmaja = Hanumat, 1. 117. form of Brahma, 1. 82.
Animals,creationandclassification Antardhana= Aritardhi, son of
of, 1."84. Pfithu, 1. 192.
Anindas,variantofAlindas,2. 180. Antardhi, son of Pfithu, 1. 192.
Aniraddha,sonof Pradyumna,3. Antariksha,the Vyasaof the thir-
166; 4. 112; 5. 16, 83, 84, teenthDwaparaage,3. 34.
86, 108, in, 112, 120, 141, Antariksha,'sonofKiiimara, 4.168.
148, 150. Antayus,son of Pururavas,4. 13.
Anisht'akarman,variant of Arish- Antinara,variant of Kantindra,4.
t'akarman,4. 197. 129.
Anjaka,sonof Viprachitti, 2. 71. Antrasild,a river, 2. 151, 340.
Anjala, sprungfrom Brahma,1. Antyas,variantof Andlias,2. 170.
-102. Ami, Anu (?), son of Yaydti, 3.
Anjana,a serpent,
sonof Kasyapa, 289; 4. 46,48, 50, 119,120,
2. 74, 123, 129.
INDEX.

Ann,variously
gehealogized,
4. 69, Aiiupranin,what,3. no.
70,99. Anuradha,an asterism, 2. 265,
Anu, variant of Bhava, son of &c.; 3. 132.
Viloman,4. 97. Anurata,variant of Anuratha,4.
Amichana,an Apsaras,2. 81. 69.
Amiga,anApsaras, 2. 81. Anuratha,
sonofKuruvatsa, 4. 69.
Anuganga, a certaintractof coun- Anuru= Aruna,2. 28.
try, 4. 219. Anuruddhako,Palf
name of aking,
Anugraha,a Sarga so called,1. 4. 182.
75, 76- Anushanga-pada,
a part of the
Anuha, Aiiuha, son of Vibhraja, Vayu-puraria, P. 37, 38,
. 4. 141. Anushii4, a river, 2. 149.
Anuhlada= Anuhrada, 2. 30. Anushna, variant of Anumlocha,
Anuhotra, variant of Siihotfi, 4. 2. 293.
136. Anusht'ubh, a metre, its origin, 1.
Anuhrada, son of Hiranyakasipu, 85, 86. It is identified with a
2. 30, 69. horse of tbe Sun, 2. 239.
Anuka, an Apsaras, 2. 81. Anuta, son of Anu, 4. 69.
Anukalpa, what, in ritual matters, Anutapana, sonof Kasyapa,2. 70.
8.175. f Anutapta, a river in Plakslui-
Armkramanika, or Index, to the dwipa, 2. 192.
fog-veda,referredto, 3. 242, Anuvada,
what,2. 95.
284; 4. 31. Anuvatsara,a kind of year, 2. 255,
Anumati, daughter of Angiras, 1. Anuvinda, son of Jayasena,4. 103;
153; 2. 261, 342; 3. 117. 5. 82.
Anumati,a river in S'almala-dwipa, Anuvrata, a caste in S'aka-dwipa,
2. 195- 2. 200.
Anumati, the first day of the Anuvrata, variant of Suvrata, 4.
moon'swane, 2. 261. 175-
Anumitra, variant of Anamitra, Anwagbhanu, son of Eaudraswa,
4. 73, 100. 4. 127.
Anumlocha, an Apsaras, 2. 81, Anwaharyapachana,a specificholy
83, 285, 288, 291, 293. fire, 3. 175.
Anumlochantl,an Apsaras,2. 81, Aiwikshiki, what,1. 148; 4. 310.
82, 83. Anya(?),a river in Kusa-dwlpa,2.
Anuna, an Apsaras, 2. 81. 196,
Anupadeva, variant" of Upadeva, Ap, variant of Apas, the Rakshasa,
4. 96. 2. 288, 292, 293.
Anupadeva, variant of Upadeva Apa, a Vasu, 2. 23.
(another),4, 98. Apachiti,daughterof Paurnamdsa,
Anupavrittas, a people,2. 169. 1.153-
INDEX.

Apakshaya,
what,5. 254. Apitaka,variant of Ivilaka, 4.
Apammurti,a 6ishi in thetenth 196,200.
Manwantara, 3. 26. Apomurti, son of Atri, 1. 154.
Apana,what, 5. 231. Appayya Dikshita, a modern
Apara,what,4. 252 ; 5. 232. author,quoted,5. 391.
Aparachinas,a people,2. 176. Aprakasa,what, 1. 139.
Aparaditya,a commentator, refer- Apramada,heedfulness,'son of
redto, 2. 343; 3. 102,173,187. Bharma,1. in.
Aparajita,a Eudra, 2. 24, 25. Aprameya,what,4. 249; 5. 153.
Aparajita, son of Krishna and Aprasasta,what, 3. 132.
Lakshmana, 5. 81 (wherePara- Apratapin, variant of Ayutayus,
jita is to becorrected), 4, 173.
Aparajita,a riverin S'aka-dwipa,Apratimaujas,
a Aishiin thetenth
2. 200. Manwantara, 3. 26.
Aparakasis,a people, 2. 161. Apratipa ('I), variant of Ayutayus,
Aparakuntis, a people, 2. 163. son of S'rutavat, 4. 173.
Aparamatsyas,a people, 2. 158. Apratiratha, son of Rautinara, 4.
Aparantas, a people, 2. 168. 129, 130, 140.
Aparapara, what, 2. 6. Apratisht'ha, a hell, 2. 215.
Aparavallabhas,a people, 2. iSo. Apsarases, ' nyinphs/ their ori-
Aparigraha, what, 3. 77; 5. 229. gin, &c., 1. 87, 144, 147 ; 2.
Aparimeya, what, 5. 139. 75, Si, &a; 3. 281; 4. 59;
Aparin&min, what, 1. 27. 5. 83, 92, 165, 246, 247.
Aparitas, variant of Aparantas, 2. Classed and named, 2. 75, So,
168. <bc. Their chief, 2. 86, 285, <kc.
Apas, a Prajapati in the second Cursedby Asht'avakra, 5. 166.
Manwantara,son of Yasisht'ha, Aptoryama, a certain sacrifice, its
3.5. origin, &c., 1. 85; 3. 113.
^
Apas,aEakshasa, 2. 285,288,292. A'ptoryaman = Aptoryama,1. 85.
Apasarpirif,variantof Avasarpiiii, A'purana,a Yaksha,2. 285, 288,
2. 192. 292; 5. 251.
Apaspati,son of Uttanapada,1. A'purayat,variant of A'puraiia,2.
,159* 289.
Apastamba,an ancientlawgiver, Apiirva, what,2. 273.
referred to, 3. 113, 114. Apyas, variant of Adyas, 3. 12.
Apatra,what, 3. 120. A'pyayana,sonof Yajnabahu,king
A'pava,a name of Vasisht'ha,1. of S'almala-dwipa,
2. 195.
106; 4. 56. A'pyayana,a division of S'almala-
Apavahas,a people,2. 165. dwipa,2. 195.
Apilaka, Apilaka, variants of A'rabdha,variant of A'radwat, 4.
Ivflaka, 4. 196, 202. 118.
INDEX.

Arada,variant"ofAnidwat,4. 118, Arhat, a king of the Konkas,&c.,


Araddha, variant of Aradwat, 4. 2. 104, &c.
118. Arhatas = Bauddhas, or else
Aradhin,variantof Aravin,4. 153. Jainas,P. 79; 3. 209 (where
Aradwat, son of Setu, 4. 118. correct the spelling); 5.286,287,
Arahu,Arahu,variantsof Rahu, 322, &c., 350,&c., 360, &c.,
4. 30. 37o5388? 39-
Arani, the term explained,&c., Aridyota,sonof Dundubhi,4. 99.
3. 330; 4. 265; 5.96. Ariha, sonof Devatithi, 4. 128.
Aranya, variant of Anaranya, Ariha, sonof Avachina,4. 128.
father of Pushkarilii, 1. 179; Arijit, sonof KrishnaandBhadra^
5. 388. 5. 82.
Aratni, the ulnar side of the hand, Arijit (?), variant of Aridyota, 4.
5.37- 99-
Arat't'as, a people, 2. 339. Arikshipa, son of S'waphalka, 4.
Arat't'a,
acountry,
4. 118. ?6.
Arat't'a, variant of Aradwat, 4. Arimardana, son of S'waphalka,4.
118. 95> 96-
Aravall,a certainmountain-range,Arimardana,sonof Kuru, 4. 148,
2. 141. Arimejaya,sonof S'waphalka,4.
Aravin, son of Jayasena,4. 153. 94, 95, 96.
Arbudas.a people,2. 133, 134; Arimejaya (correct Animejaya),
4. 224. son of Kuru, 4. 148; 5. 391,
Arbuda, Mount Aboo, 2. 132, Arinjaya,variantof Eipunjaya,4.
142; 4. 222; 5. 248. 176.
Archis, wife of Kfisaswa, 2. 29. Arisht'a, a king, son of Vaivaswata,
Ardhaketu,a Budra,2. 25. the reigningManu, 3. 13, 231,
Ardhaganga= Kaverf, 2. 148. 256, 342.
Ardhajahnavi = Kdveri, 2. 148. Arisht'a,a Daitya, son of Kasyapa,
Ardra, sonof Viswagaswa,3. 263. "2. 70^ 4. 250, 272, 320, 333,
Ardra, an asterisin, 2. 265, &c., 335 ; 5. 34, 87. Slain by
308; 3. 167, 169. Kfishiia, 4. 334.
Ardraka, son of Yasumitra,4. 191. Arisht'a, daughterof Daksha, wife
Ardraka,variantof Ardra,3. 263. of Kasyapa,and mother of the
Ardrava('?),variantof Amavat,3, Gandharvas,2. 26, 75; 3. 281.
190, 191, Her eight daughters,2. 82.
Argala, a hell, 2. 215. Arisht'akarman, son of Patumat,
Arghya, what, 3. 269. 4. 197-
Arhat, a certain Buddha, 5. 376. Arisht'akarna, Arisht'akarni, vari-
Arhat= Jina,P. 80; 5. 364, 375, antsof Arisht'akarman, 4. 197.
376,388. Arisht'anemi,a Prajapati,1. 102.
INDEX.

Arisht'anemi
= Kasyapa,2. 28 ; 3. Artha-sastra,defined,&c., 3. 68,
297. His wives,2. 21. His 338.
offspring,
2. 28. Arthasiddhi,variant of Dhruva-
Arishtfanemi,a Yaksha,2. 285, sandhi,3. 325,
&c. Aruddha, A'ruddha, variants of
Arislit'anemi, variously genealo- A'radwat,4. 118.
gized,3. 334. Aruna,sonof Kasyapaand Kadrii,
Arisht'anemi, son of Chitraka, 4. 2. 28. His mother is Danu, 2.
96. 70; Vinatd,2. 73. An Aruna
Arjava, discipleof Bashkali,and is namedin 5. 383.
teacher
of the6ig-veda,3. 50. Aruiia,a Yaksha,
2. 288,292.
Arjiklya = Vipas,theriver, 2. 121. Aniria, father of Uddalaka,3. 49.
Arjita, variantof Ajita, the Blshi, Aruiia, sonof Haryaswa,3. 284.
3. 29. Aruiia, a castein S'almala-dwipa,
Arjuna,sonof Kfitavirya,4. 2, 2.^194.
22, 55, 56. SeeKartavirya. Aruna, a lake in Chaitraratha,
Arjuna, sonof Pand'uand Frith a, Kubera'sgrove,2. 112.
R 40, 55; 2. 72; 3. 83, 84, Aruiia, variant of A'rurii, the
326; 4. 102, 159, 160, 163, Eishi, 3. 26.
246, 247, 320,321; 5. 62, 134, Aruna, a river in Plaksha-dwipa,
140, Mp-^Si, 154-163, 166, 2- 193-
167, 226. Aruiici, variant of Anuud, 2. Si.
Arjuna, son-of Eaivata, 3. n. Arunapriya, an Apsaras, 2. Si.
Arjuna, variantof Anjana,sonof Amndhati, daughterof Kardaina,
Kuni, 3. 334. and wife of Vasisht'ha, 1. no,
ArjunaMisra,commentator
onthe 200. Sheis saidto be daugh-
Mahabharata and Harivaiiisa, ter of Daksha, and wife of
referred to, 1. 5 ; 3. 265 ; 4. 39. Dharma, 2. 21, 23.
Arjuni = Bahuda,the river, 2. 142. Armii, a Eishi in the eleventh
Arka, variant of Chakshus,4. 144. Manwantara, 3. 26.
A'roga,a certain sun, 5. 191. Aruni ('?),a Sadhya, 2. 22.
Arsha,a form of marriage,3. 105. Arum, disciple of Vaisampayana,
Arshabhi,a certaintriad of aste- and teacherof the Yajur-veda,
risms, 2. 265, &c. 3.52-
Arshiiieswa,
sonof S'ala,4. 31. Aruiii, variantof Traiyaruiii(?),
Arsht'ishena,
variously
genealo- 3._37-
gized,4. 30, 31. Arunoda= Aruiia,thelake,2. 117.
Artapariia= Sudasa,3. 303. Arushi, daughterof Maim, and
Artha, sonof Dhafma,1. in. wife of Chyavana,3. 80. The
Artha, the pin of the Sun'syoke, sameas Sukanya.(?)
2. 238. Arvagwasu = Par]anya, 2. 83.
INDEX.

Arvaksrotas,what,1. 73-75,89. Asht'a,variantof Asht'aka,


4. 27.
Arvarivat,a 6ishi in the second Asht'aka,vaiiouslygenealogized,
Manwantara,variouslygenealo- 4. 27, 28.
gized,
1. 154;3. 5, 8. Asht'aka,
a certainsacrifice,
3.
Arvarivat,sonof Savarrii,Maim 113,260. ThefourgreatAsh-
of theeighthManwantara,
3. 24. t'akas,3. 168.
Arvariyat,variantof Arvarivat, Asht'akarriakas
(?),apeople,
2.162.
both first and second,1. 154; Asht'aratha,
sonof Bhimaratha,4.
3. 24. 36.
Arv&vasu,variantof Sarvavasu, 2. Asht'avakra,son of Kahod'a,5.
297, 298. 164-166.
Aryas,a people,4. 225. Asi, a smallstreamnearBenares,
Aryas,variantof Adj^as,3. 12. 2, 152.
Arya= Yoganidra,4. 262. Asikni, daughterof Viraria, and
Arya?the word, and its cognates, wife of Daksha,<fec.,2. 12, 19.
&c., 2. 141 ; 5. 132. Asikni, a river, 2. 121, 131, 149.
Aryaka,a castein Plaksha-dwipa, Asima,variantof Asanga,4. 93.
2. 193. Asimakfishna, son of Aswame-
Aryaka, a river in Krauncha- dhaka(Aswamedhaja?]),4. 163.
dwipa, 2. 198. Asipatravana, a hell, 2. 214, 215,
Aryakulya, a river, 2. 130, 154. 219.
Aryaman, an A'ditya, 2. 27, 285, Asita, sonof Bharata,son of Dhru-
<fec.,306 ; 5. 15. An Arya- vasandhi, 3. 297 ; 4. 238.
man is named in 1. 190 Asita, a Muni, 4. 238.
Aryaman, one of the Viswe clevas, Asita, an Apsaras, 2. 82, 83.
3. 179, Asitoda, a lake, 2. 117 (where
Asaditya,a writer on law,referred correctthe spelling),339. See
to, 3. 40, in. S'wetajala.
Asamanja,son of Sagara,
3. 298, Aslesha^
' an asterism,
2. 259, <fec.,
299, 301. 308.
Asamanjas,Asamanjasa,variants Asmakas, a dynasty, 4. 184.
of Asamanja,3. 298. Asmakas,variant of Aswakas, 2.
Asamaujas, son of Kambalabar- 164.
hisha,4. 100. Asmaka,son of Saudasa,3. 310,
Asana,what,5. 240. 314. An Asmakais namedin
Asandf, what, 3. 125. 4. 162.
Asanga,sonof Yuyudhana, 4. 93. Asmaka,a country,2. 164.
Asanga,sonof S'waphalka,4. 96. Asmaki,wife of S'lira, or else of
Asaucha,the
term defined,3. 130. Devamid'husha,4. 100.
Ashad'ha,
a month,June-July,
2. Asmalas,
variantof Aswakas,
2.
261, <fec. 164.
INDEX.

Asma-nirghata,
what,5. 37. Aswa,sonofDaksha,
1. 103.
Asmasarin,minister of King Aswa,sonof Chitraka,4. 96.
Devapi,4. 155,156. Aswabaliu,
sonof Ckitraka,4. 96.
Asmita,what,1. 69. Aswagriva,
sonof Chitraka,4. 96.
Asoka,
variantof Asokavardhana,Aswagriva
= Hayagriva,5. 3.
4. 188,189,205. Aswahanu,sonof Gfinjima(?),4.
Asoka, variant of Suyasas,4. iSS. 113.
Asokavardkana,
sonof Bindusara, Aswajit, variant of Viswajit, 4.
4. 187. 140.
Asoko,Pali for Asoka,4. 188. Aswakas,a people,2. 164.
Asrama,what,P. 63, 104; 3. 91. Aswalayanas,of the Ilig-veda, 3.
Asridh, one of the Viswe devas,3. 5*-
179. Aswalayana,
compiler
of a S'akha,
Asruta, variant of Asrutavraila, 1. /
3. 48, 50.
152. Aswalayana,
authorof a Qfiliya-
Asrutavraria,sonof Dyutiniat, 1. siitra, 3. 112, 114, 168, 281,
I52' 338; 5. 386.
Asta, a mountain-rangein S'aka- Aswamedha, ' a horse-sacrince/
P.
dwipa,2. 199. 32 " 3. 40, 213, 234; 4. 162 ;
Asta-dosha,what, 5. 215. 5. 248, 249, 252.
Astagiri,variantof Asta,2. 199. Aswamedhadatta,
sonof S'atanika,
Astaraiia, what, 5. 33. 4. 163.
Asterisms,daughtersof Daksha, Aswamedhaja (Aswamedhaka bet-
and wives of Soma,2. 10, 21, ter1?),son of Sahasranika,4.
265,&c. 163.
Asteya,what,3. 77 " 5. 229. Aswasena,son of Krishna and
Asti, daughterof Jardsandha,and Satya,5. 79.
wife of Kamsa,5. 50. Aswasiras,an epithetof JSTarayaria,
Astra, what kind of weapon, 5. 5.3.
147. Aswasiras,a demonso called,5. 3.
Astra-prayoga,
thetermexplained, Aswatara,
a serpent,
sonof Kasyapa
5. 47- and Kadru, 2. 74, 285,&c. ; 5.
Asumati, son of Eantinara, 4. 129. 251.
Asuras,the, P. 56, no; 1. 80, Aswatfrtha,a certain holy place,
82, 142, 147; 3. 311; 4. 82, 4. 16.
272; 5. 58, no, .118-120,&c., Aswatthaman,son of Droiia, 3.
&c. Their origin, 1. 80. 23 ; 4. 147, 160 ; 5. 148.
Asura,a formof marriage,3. 105, Aswavati,an Apsaras,2. 82.
Asurasudana, an epithetof Krish- Aswavati,a river, 2. 339.
na, 5. 48. Aswayuja=Aswina,the month,2.
Asurendra,' greatAsura/ 5. 136. 285, 288.
i8 INDEX.

Aswayuji,a certainsacrifice,
3. Atikrishiid,variantofAnushiia,2.
113. 149.
Aswayus,
sonof Pururavas,
4. 13. Atimara('?),variantof Rantiuara,
Aswins, son of Vivaswat and San- 4. 129.
jna,1. 122,123,141; 2. 306, Atinamao,a l\ishi in the sixth
308, 343; 3. 15, 21,248, 322, Manwantara,3. 12,13.
342,343; 4. 249, 258,293; 5. Atinara, variant of Eautiiiara, 4.
2, 43, 143, 247. They preside 129.
overthe nose,1. 38. Atiratha, variant of Apratiratha,
Aswins, two of the Yiswe devas,' 4. 129, 130.
3. 179. Atiratra,Atiratra, sonof Chakshu-
Aswin = Aswinf, the asterism, 2. sha,Manu of the sixth Mamvan-
277- tara, 1. 177, 178 (whereread
Aswina,a month, Sept.-Oct.,2. Atiratra).
261, &c. ; 3, 114. Atiratra, a kind of sacrifice, its
Aswina-graha,what, 3. 343. origin, &c., 1. 85 ; 3. 113.
Aswinf, an asterism,1. 122, 141 ; Ati-sankirna, what, 3. 125.
2. 265, &c.; 3. 132. An As- Ati-t&na, what, 3. 249.
wini is namedin 4. 159. Atitdra, variant of Eantinara,4.
Aswini Kumaras(?)= Aswins, 1. 129.
141 -} 3. 248. Atithi, son of Kusa, 3. 320.
Atala, a Patala, 2. 209. Atithi-bhojana, a kind of sacrifice,
At'amana, variant of Paturnat, 4. 3. 114.
196. Ativibhuti, son of Khaninetra, 3.
At'avin, At'avin, variants of At'e- 243-
vin, 3. 57. Atman, what, 1. 3 " 5. 14, 91,
At'avisikharas,a people, 2. 169. 201, 212, 242.
At'avya,variantof At'evin,3. 57. Atma-prakasa,a commentaryon
At'evin, a teacherof the Yajur- the Yishnu-purana,
P. 115.
veda,3. 57. Atma-prayatna,what,5. 227.
Atharvan, his wives, 1. no, 200. Atrna-vidya, what, 1. 148.
Atharvangirasi, a Samhitd so Atreyas, a people, 2. 187.
called,3. 42. Atreya, a medical authority, 4.
Atharva-veda, its origin and its 33-
divisions, &c., I. 85; 2. 338; 3. Atri, son of Brahma, 1. 8, 100,
61,62; 5.210,388. Offspring 135,&c.j 2. 113, 285, &G.J3.
of Sati,2. 29. 3, 4, 8, n, 13, 15, 16, 23, 68,
Atibhanu, son of Krishna and 161; 4. 2, 55, 129, 249. His
Satyabhama,
5. Si. wife,1. 109,110. Hisoffspring,
Atibhara (?),variantof Kantinara, i-153-
4. 129. Attikd, variantof Adrika, 2. 81.
INDEX. 19

Atyagnisht'oma,
a sort of sacrifice, Avanti, a city, 2. 145, 171 ; 3.
" 3. 113. 246; 4. 59; 5. 46, 82.
At37antamadanapriya,
an Apsaras, Avanti, a river, 2. 155.
2. 82. Avantya(*?), disciple of Sukar-
A'tyantika, what, I. 113. man, and teacher of the Sama-
Atyantika-laya, what, 5. 169,186. veda, 3. 59-61.
Aud'ras,a people,2. 177, 184; Avantyas= Avantis, 4. 58, 103
4. 220, 221. (note**), 344.
Auka(?),variantofUktha, 3. 321. Avaraiia,what, 1. 36.
Aupasana-homa, a sort of sacrifice, Avarivat(?),variantof Arvarivat,
3. 114. the Eishi, 1. 154.
Aurilavabha Acharya, his opinion Avartana, an island, 2. 129 (where
referredto, 3. 19. correctthe spelling),339.
Aurva,aliislii of thesecond
Man- Avartis,variantof Avantis,4. 58.
wantara, &c., variously genealo- Avartyas, variant of "Avail ty as, 4.
gized, 3. 3, 4, 80, Si, 84, &c., 103 (note **).
290, 291, 298. Avasarpini, aperiod of time, 2.192.
Ausanasa-upapuriiiia,P. 87. Avasathya, a certain holy fire, 3.
Auttama, variant of Auttami, 3. 5. 175; 5. 114, 115.
Auttami, Manu of the third Man- AvastLa, what, 1. 13.
wantara, son of Priyavrata, 3. Avasthanas of the sun, what, 2.
i> 5> "" 267.
Avabhfiti, a city, 4. 205. Avaayaya, 'hoar-frost,' 5. 35.
Ayabhfityas, a branch of the Avatamsaka, what, 4. 283 ; 5. 12,
Abhiras, 4. 205. 13.
Avabodha, what, 4. 265. Avat'anirodhana,a hell, 2. 215.
Avabritha, what, 3. 220. Avatciras, f epiphanies.' Alluded
Avachina, son of Jayatsena,4. 128. to in the Veclas,P. 3. Twenty-
Avadainsa/what,5. 33. eight of Siva, and twenty-four
Avadhuta, what, 5. 36. of Vishnu, P. 68. See also
Avaha, son of S'waplialka,4. 95 Kurma-puraiia,Matsya-puran.'i,
(wherecorrectthe spelling),96; Vamana-purdna,Varaha-puraiia,
5. 391. Krishna, Nfisimha, Kama, ckc.
Avaksfinjima(1),variant of Sfin- Avayava,what, 4. 66.
jaya, 4. 113. A>i (IT),sonof S'atakanii,4. 202.
Avaksrotas,the word suggested, Avi (?*?),variantof Saudasa, 4. 202.
1. 73- Avichi, two hells so called, 2. 215.
Avanta, son of Nirvfiti, 4. 68. Avidya = Ypganidra, 4. 260.
Avantis, a people, 2. 162; 4. 222, Avidya, what, 1. 69.
224. Seealso4. 58, 59. Avijnatagati,sonof Anila, 2. 23 ;
Avanti,a country,4. 57, 103,141. 5. 387-
20 INDEX.

Avikara,what,1. 14; 3. 279. Ayomukha, sonof Kasyapa,2. 70.


Avikshi,AviksMt,Avikshita,son Ayonija,Ayonija,what,2. 8 ; 3.
of Karandhanici,3. 243, 244; 316.
4. 240. Ayu; sonof Puruhotra,4. 69.
Avikshita,Avikshita,= Marutta, Ayu,variantof Ardra,3. 263.
3. 244; 4. 240,241. Ayu,variantof Ayus,sonof Pimi-
Avimardana,variant of Arimar- ravas,:.4.13.
dana,sonof S'waphalka,
4. 95. Ayurda, a river in S'aka-dwipa,
Avimukta = Yaranasi, or Benares, 2. 200.
5. 126,129. Ayur-veda,denned,1. 148; 3. 67.
Avyakfita, what,5. 59. Ayus,sonof Puriiravas,4. 9, 13,
Avyakta,what,1. 15,38, 39. 3>43; I37, JS8^J39-
Avyakta-karana,what,1. 22. Ayus,sonof Krishnaand Rohiiii,
Avyanga,what,5, 383, 384. 5. 79.
Avyaya,a ifeishiin the thirteenth Ayushmat,
sonof UttanapAda,
1.
Manwantara,3. 28. 159; 5- 387-
Avyaya,what, 1. 17, 27 " 3. 78, Ayushmat,
sonof Samhrada,
or else
205 ; 5. 90, 191, 201, 211, of Anuhrdda, 2, 69.
225, 254. Ayuta, son of Badhika, 4. 153.
Avyayatman, what, 3. 183, 252. Ayutajit, son of Bhajarnana,4. 72.
Ay a, a Prajapati in the second Ayutajit, variant of Ayutaswa, 3.
Manwantara, son of Yasisht'ha, 303-
3-5- Ayutanayin, son of Mahabhaunia,
Ayalipana, a hell, 2. 215. 4. 128.
Ayana, what, 1. 48, 49. Ayutaswa, son of Sindhudwipa,
Ayasa, what, 5. 172. 3- 33> 3i5-
Ayatayamas,certain texts of the Ayutayus,sonof Bhajamana,4.72.
Yajur-veda, 3. 57. Ayutayus, son of Aravin, 4. 153.
Ayati, son of Nahusha, 4. 45. Ayutayus, son of S'rutavat,4. 173.
Ayati, sonof Nahusha,4. 45, 46. Ayutayus,variant of Ayutaswa,
Ayati, daughter of Meru, and 3. 303-
wifeof Vidhatfi, 1. 152, 157. Ayuvatyas,a classof Apsarases,
Ayodhya, a city, P. 106, 107; 2. 2. 82.
172, 173; 3. 261, 297, 304,
317,320; 4. 25,26, 168,170; Babhravya,son of someBabhru,
5. 82. 3. 239.
Ayogava, a caste sprung from Babhrus,Kaiisika Brahmans,4.
S'udra males and Yaisya fe- 28.
males,4. 216. Babhru,son of Angiras,disciple
Ayogava, the name of a bow of S'aunaka, &c., and teacher
snapped
by Krishna,5. 23. of theAtharva-veda,
3. 62.
INDEX, 21

Babhru,sonof Romapada,4. 67. ravi, 4. 108, 109; 5. 131, 134.


Babhru,sonof Devaviidha,4. 72, See Vahlika, the less correct
73, 84; 5. 142, 148, 149. form.
Babhru, son of Druhyu, 4. 118. Bahu, son of Vilka, 3. 289, 290.
Babhru(who?),4. 84 (noteJ). Bahubadhas,
a people,2. 175.
Babhru, variant of Andhaka, 4. Balmbhumi, son of Chitraka, 4.96.
97; 99 Baliudd, two rivers so called, 2.
Babhrusena,variant of Babhru, 142, 151, 340; 3. 266.
son of Druhyu, 4. 118. Bahugava, son of Sudyumna, 4.
Babhrusetu, variant of Babhru, 128.
son of Druhyu, 4. 118. Balruka, variant of Balm, 3. 289.
Babhruvahana,sonof Arjuna, son Bahula,a Prajapati,1. 102.
of Pand'u,4. 160. Bahula,a river, 2. 150.
Badaranyas(?),
Kausika Brahmans, Bahula, variant of Brihadbala, 3.
4. 29. 321.
Badarayana= Vyasa, 3. 23. Bahula, variant of Ratula, 4. 169.
Badarayada, an astronomer, re- Babulaswa, son of Dhfiti, 3. 335.
ferred to the court of King Bdhu-nighat't'ana
('?),what, 5. 37.
Vikramaditya,P. 9. Baliuputra, a Prajapati, 1. 102.
Badari= Badarikasrama,
5. 146. His wives,2. 21. His daughters,
Badarika = Badarikasrama,o. 146. 2. 28.
Badarikasrama, a certain placeof Bahuradas(?),variant of Bahuba-
pilgrimage,P. 75 ; 5. 146. dhas,2. 175.
Baddha-pala,what.2. 217. Bahuratha,son of Nilpanjaya, 4.
Badhas,'imperfections,'
of twenty- 144.
eight kinds,1. 71. Bahuriipa,a Eudra,'2. 24, 25.
Badhnas, a people,2. 175. Bahurupa, son of Medhatithi,
Badhryaswa, variously genealo- king of S'aka-dwipa, 2. 200.
gized,4. 145, 146,343 (where Bahuriipa,a regionof S'aka-dwipa,
it is oncemisspelt Bhadryaswa). 2. 200.
.Bahanakas,certain barbarians, Bahurupaka,variantof Bahurupa,
their origin, 1. 182. the Puidra,2. 25.
Bahikas,a people,2. 167, 175, Bahuvadin,variant of Ahaniyati,
339, 340. 4. 128.
Bahika,a country,2. 167,175. Bahuvadyas
(?"),
variantof Bahuba-
Bahishpavamana, a certaintext of dhas,2. 175.
the Eig-veda,3. 343. Bahuvat,sonof Punarvasu,4. 98.
Bahlikas, Bahlikas,a people,2. Bahuvidha,variant of Bahugava,
167, i75 181; 4. 212-215, 4. 128.
345- Bahwfichas, promulgators of the
Bahlika, Bahlika, father of Paii- Baliwficha,3. 50, 268.
INDEX.

Bahwricha,
a Samhita
of theilig- pancratiast,
5.39. Repairs
to
veda,3. 42. Vraja, 5. 63. Compelsthe
Bahwficha-brahmana,
the,referred river Yamunato attendhim, 5.
to, 4. 26. 66,&c. SlaysPrinceRukmiii
Bahya,a river,2. 156. and others,5. 86. E,escues
Bahyas, variantof Bodhas,
2. 156. Samba,5. 134. SlaysDwivida,
Bahyaswa, variantof Haryaswa, an Asura,a. 138.Resumesthe
4. 144. form of S'esha,5. 150. Seealso
Baid'ala-vratika,
what, 3. 222. 4. 84, &c.; 5. 5, 9, 30, 32,35,
Bakas,a people,2. 179. 36, 41, 42, 51, 70, 116, 130,
Bala= Balabhadra, 4.91,109,285, 131,344.See,further,Bala,Bala-
297,300>34>
35>3l6; 5- 8> deva,Balarama,
Halayuda,San-
13,84-86,113,116,130-132, karshana,
Sirin,Talaketu,
&c.
135-^38- Balabhadra,
a mountainin Sfaka-
Bala,sonof Krishna and Laksh- dwipa,2. 200.
".. mafia,5. 81. Balabhid,an epithetof Indra, 4.
Bala, a demonso called,4. 316, 316.
334- Baladd, daughterof Eaudraswa,
Bala,a horseof the Moon,2. 299. andwifeof Prabhakara, 4. 129.
Bala,daughterof Raudraswa, and Baladeva = Balabhadra,P. 55,56 j
wife.ofPrabhakara,4. 129. 3. 253 ; 4. 81, 82, &c., 109,
Bala,variantof Vata,a Eakshasa, 296, 304; 5. 20, 23, 39, 48,
2. 293. 63, 65, 67, 85, 86, 113, 131,
Bala, variant of Chhala, 3. 321. *34, *37, 139, 140.
Bala, variant of Dala, 3. 321, 323. Bala-gopala= Krishna, as a child,
Bala f?),variantof Bhava,sonof P. 22; 5. 284, 285, 342, 345.
Yiloman, 4. 97, 98. Balahaka,a serpent,sonof Kasyapa
Balabandhn,sonof Eaivata, Manu and Kadrii, 2. 74.
of the fifth Manwantara,3. n. Balahaka,a horseof Krishna, 4.83.
Balabhadra,son of Yasudevaand Balahaka, a mountain-range in
Devaki,4. in, 260. An epi- S'almala-dwfpa,
2. 194.
phany of S'esha,2. 211, 212 " Balaja, a river, P. 29.
4. 260; 5. 12, 139. Marries Balaka, discipleof S'akapuni, &c.,
Eevati, daughter of Eaivata, 3. 3. 48, 50.
254 ; 4. 109. His sonsby her, Balaka,sonof Puru, 4. 15.
4. 109. Is brought up by Balaka, son of Pulika, 4. 178.
Nanda,4. 275,&c. Is offended Balakaswa,
sonof Ajaka,4. 15.
with Krishna, 4. 83. Slays Balakaswa,variantof Balaswa,3.
Dhenuka,a Danava,4. 297,<fec. 243-
Slays Pralamba,an Asura, 4. Balakrama,a mountain,2. 142
300, &c. SlaysMusht'ika,a (where
correct
Valakrarna),
340.
INDEX, 23

Balam Bhat't'a,a commentator, Balwalas,variant of Kalkalas,2.


referred to, P. 36, 48. i So.
Balandhara,-wife of BMinaseua, Bdiia, son of Bali, and slain by
4. *59>345- Krishna, 2. 69; 4. 250; 5.
Balarama = Balabhadra, P. 12 j 108, 109, 111-119.
3. 254- 4. Si, 108, 250, 258, Bcina,son of Yikukshi, 3. 297.
285, 289, 300, 301, 305; 5. Banapura= S'oriitapura,5. 112.
12, 13, 16, 64, 65, 68, 70, 71, Bandha,variant of Budlia, sonof
84, 85, 123, 130, 132, 135- Vegavat, 3. 245.
137. 139- Bandhavat(??),variant of Ban-
Balasani(1?),sonof Yadu,4. 53. dhumat,3. 245.
Balaswa= Karandhama, 3. 243. Bandhu, variant of Budha, son of
Balayani(?),disciple of Baslikali, Yegavat,3. 245.
and teacherof the Pdg-veda,3. Bandhu,the term defined,3, 155.
49- Bandhumat, son of Kevala, 3. 245.
Baleyas,-certain
Brahmansnamed Bandhupalita,son of Kiwala, 4.
from Bali, 4. 123. 189.
Bali, a Daitya, and alsoan Indra Bandhyaswa,
sonof Indrasena,4.
" in the eighth Manwantara, son 145, 146.
of Virochana, P. 76 ; 2. 55, 69 ; Bangas= Vangas, 3. 293.
3. 19, 23j 4. 123, 250; 5. 6, Banga,sonof Bali, sonof Sutapas,
108, 115. His abode, 2. 211. 4. 122.
Bali, son of Sutapas, 4. 122. Banganga, the popular name of
Bali.,variant of Balm, the monkey, the S'aravati, a river, 2. 147.
3. 316 (where correct the spell- Banjula, a river, 2. 155.
ing), 343- Banjula,a river, 2. 155.
Bali, a certain offering, 3. 118, Barbaras, a people, 2. 176; 3.
220; 5. 290. 292.
Bali = Vali, 5. 32. Barbara, a country, 2. 179.
Bali-karraan,a certain sacrifice,3. Barbara, a river, 2. 341.
93I][4. Barbari, a river, 2. 341.
Balin, a monkey-chieftain slain by Barhadrathas, descendantsof Bri-
Rama, 3. 316. hadratha, 4. 177, 184, 231.
Balin, variant of Sindhuka, 4. 195. Barhanaswa, variant of Sanilia-
Balivindhya, son of Eaivata, Mann taswa, 3,.265.
of the fifth Manwantara, 3. n. Barhaspatyas,sectators of Bfihas-
Balivfishahan, son of Nirviiti, 4. pati, 3. 212.
68. Barhis?variant of Dharmin, 4.169.
Bali-yajna, a certain sacrifice, 3. Barhishads,a classof Pitris, vari-
93, 118. ously genealogized,1. 156 ; 2.
Baluvahinl,a river, 2. 155. . 159,160,161,163,339.
INDEX.

Barhlshad,sonof Havirdhana;1. Bhadra,variant of Madraka,son


193. of S'ibi, 4 122.
Barhishmati,
daughterof Yiswa- Bhadra,wifeof Yasudeva,
4. 109,
karman, and wife of Priyavrata, no.
eldestsonof Swdyaiiibhuva,
2. Bhadra,daughterof S'rutakirtti,
100. and wife of Krishna, 5. 82, 83.
Barsam
or Barsom,
identified
with Bhadra,daughterof Raudraswa,
Yarsma,5. 384. and also called daughter of
Baslikalas,Kausika Brahmans,
4. Prabhakara,
4. 129.
28. Bhadra= Yoganidra, 4. 262.
Bashkalas,
of the6ig-veda,
3. 51. Bhadra,
a river,2. 112,120,122,
Bashkala,son of Samhrada,2. 69, 272.
where he is also called son of Bhadra, variant of Chandra, a
Anuhrada. river in S'almala-dwipa,2. 194.
Bashkala, two or more persons, Bhadrabahu, son of Yasudeva,
one a disciple of Paila, another 4. 109.
a son of Bharadwajaand dis- Bhadracharu,
sonof KfisMa and
ciple of Satyasri, &c., 3. 44, Bukminl, 5. 78.
337. And seeBashkali. Bhadradeha,sonof Yasudevaand
Bashkali,variantof Bdshkala(the Devakl, 4. no.
last named),3. 44, 45, 47-50. Bhadradeva, variant of Bhadra-
Bathing, rules of, 3. 113, &c. deha, 4. no.
Bauddhas,religionists, P. 111; 3. Bhadraka,variant of Madraka, son
201, 207, 210, 211, 223 ; 4. of S'ibi, 4. 122.
225; & 359. 36T~363>&c- Bhadraka, variant of Ardraka, 4.
BaudLayanas,of the Yajur-veda, 191.
3- 57- Bhadrakall,a form of Pdrvati,P,
Baudhayana,a lawgiver, 3. 96, 89 " 1. 133 ; 4. 262.
113. Bhadramanda, variant of Bha-
Baudhya, disciple of Bashkali, 3. dravinda, 5. 107.
" 44- Bhaclrapada,a month, August-
Benares,burnt by the discusof September,2. 261,&c.; 3. 197.
Krishna,5. 128. Bhadraratha,sonof Haryanga,4.
Bhadras;a people, 2. 185. 125.
Bhadras,a classof godsin the Bhadr&sana,
what,5. 230.
third Manwantar a, 3. 6. Bhadrasa"ra,variant of Bindu-
Bhadras,
variantof Madras,2.133. sara,4. 188.
Bhadra, son of Yasudevaand De- Bhadrasena,son of Yasudeva and
vaki, 4. no. Devaki,4. no.
Bhadra,sonof Krishnaand Ka- Bhadrasena, variant of Bhadra-
lindi, 5. 79. sreriya,4. 54.
INDEX.

Bhadrasreiiya,
sonof Makishmat, 3. 17, 83, 279; 4. 77, 79, So,
4. 34~36>54- 92, &c., 101, 259, 269, 320;
Bhadraswa,son of Agnidkra, and ' 5. i, 2, 146, 152, 185, 209,
king of a region,2. 102. 212, 213, 234, 239, 244, 246.
Bhadraswa, son of Vasudeva, 4. The word etymologized, 5. 212.
109. Bhagavata,son of Vajramitra, 4.
Bhadraswa,
a regionto the eastof 192.
Mount Meru, 2. 112, 116, 120, Bkagavata = Bhagavata-purana,3.
123, 125, 126, 207 ; 5. 3. 67.
Bhadraswa,variant of Chandr aswa, Bhagavatas,an heretical sect, 5.
3. 265. 379-
Bhadraswa,variant of Eaudraswa, Bhagavata-katha-sangraha, a com-
4. 128. position, quoted, or referred to,
Bhadraswa,variant of Haryaswa, P. 49 " 3. 62, 66.
4. 144. Bhagavata-purana,analysis of it,
Bhadratnraga,a country lying be- &C.,P. 17, 20, 22-24, 26, 32,
tween Malyavat and the sea, 2. 34-36> 39, &c-; 53> 57>58> <">?,
in. 68, 80, 88, no, 114; 5. 264,
Bhadravinda, son of Krishna and 277, 278, 284, 322, 327, 332,
Nagnajiti, 5. 107. 343? 358> 389 Its Probable
Bhaga, an Aditya, 1. 131 ; 2. 27, age, 2. 106.
285, &c. Bhagavata-npapuraiia,P. 87.
Bhaga, one of the Viswe devas, 3. Bhagavati-samhitA,a part of the
179. Kurma-purana, P. 77.
Bhaga(?),variantof Bkarga,son Bhagiratha,sonof Dilfpa, 2. 119;
of Vah.ni, 4. 116. 3- 33? 3J5 > 4. 241.
Bhaga,variant of Bhagavata, son Bhagirathl, the Gangesproper, 2.
of Vajramitra, 4. 192. 120, 121 ; 3. 217, 303, 343 ;
Bhagadatta, a king, 5. 54, 55. 5. 134,
Bhagadheya,
variant of Nabhane- Bhagtiri,anancientwriter, 2. 113;
disht'ha, 3. 227. 5. 250.
Bhaganetra, an epithet of Indra, Bhailla = Siirya, 2. 150.
1. 134. Bkaimarika, son of Krishna and
Bhagavad-gita,or its commentary, Satyabhama,5. 107.
referred to, or quoted, P. 15, Bbairava, a god, P. 79, 90.
33; 2. 49/86; 3. 65, 126, Bhairavas,
an heretical
sect,P.
253; 5. 226, 389. 79, So; 5. 286, 287,375, 380.
Bhagavad-gfta-mahatmya?
a com- Bhairavas,a classof Apsarases,
2.
position, referred to, P. 33. 82.
Bhagavat
= Vishnu,orKrishna,P. Bhajamana,
sonof Satwata,4. 71,
40; -1. 45, 46; 2. 63, 65, <fec.; 72.
26 INDEX.

Bhajamana,
variously
genealogized,
Bhanu,
sonof Divarka,
4. 168.
4. 97,99. Bhanu,
sonof KrishnaandSatya-
Bhajamaua,
variantof S'amin,4. bh/ima,5. Si, 107.
99,100. Bhanuchandra,
variant
of Bhaim-
Bhajana,
variantof Bliajin,4. 72. ratha,sonofChandragiri,
3.321.
Bhajaras
(?),variantof Bhrajiras, Bhanula,variantof Ratula, 4.
3. 28. 169.
Bhajeratha,
a country,3, 343. Bhanumat,
variously
genealogized,
Bhaji, variantof Bhajin, 4. 71. 3- 333-
Bhajin,sonof Satwata, 4. 71,72. Bhanumat,
sonof Bharga,sonof
Bhajiras(?),variantof Bhrajiras, Yahni,4. 116.
3. 28. Bhanumat, son of Krishna and
Bhajya,discipleof Bashkali,3. 49. Satyabhama,5. 81.
Bhakta,' rice/ 3. 150. BMnumat,variantof Bhanuratha,
Bhakti, what, P. 32, 52 ; 5. 244, 4. 168.
247. Bhanumitra,variantof Bhitnura-
Bhaktichchheda, the term ex- tha, son of Chandragiri, 3. 321.
plained,5. 22. Bhanuratha,
sonof Chaudragiri,3.
Bhakti-yogya, what, 2. 336. 321.
Bhalandana,variouslygenealogized, Bhanuratha, son of Bfihadaswa,
3. 240, 242. 4. 168.
Bhallada, variant of Bhallat'a,4. Bhara, what, 4. 76.
142. - . Bhara, variant of Nabhira, 4. 214.
Bhallaka, variant of Bhallat'a, 4. Bharadwajas,a people,2. 187.
142. " Bharadwaja,a fiishi, son of Bfi-
Bballara (?),variant of Bhallat'a, haspati,2. 285 &c. ; 3., 13,15,
4. 142. 16, 23, 48, 66; 4. 134-136.
Bhallat'a,sonof Udaksena,
4. 142, Bharadwaja,
a medicalauthority,
143- 4- 3340.
Bhanandana(?),variantof Bhalan- Bharadwaja,the Vyasa of the
dana,3. 241. twelfth Dwaparaage,3. 34.
Bkand'a,
anAsura,P. 86. Bharadwaja,
theVyasa
ofthenine-
Bharid'ira,
a sortof tree,4. 299, teenthDwapara
age,3. 35, 37.
301. Bharadwaja, variant of Bhara-
Bhamis,a classof godsin the dwaja,theVyasa,3. 34.
third Manwantara,
3. 6. Sons Bharadwaja,variant of Bhara-
of Dharma
andBhanu,2. 22. dwaja,theVyasa,
3. 35.
Bhanu,
daughter
of Daksha,
and Bharadwaja,
variantof Satya-
wifeofDharma,
2. 21,22. dhwaja,3. 333.
Bhanu,
variously
genealogized^
4. Bharadwaja,
variant
ofBfihadraja,
116. 4. 169,
INDEX.

Bharaclwaji,a river, 2. 151. Bhargas,a people,2. 170, 171.


Bhararii,an asterism,2. 259,c., Bharga,variouslygenealogized,4.
337- 37> 39-
Bharatas,a tribe, 4. 59. Bharga,sonof Yahni, 4. 116.
Bharata,a Muni, author of the Bharga,variouslygenealogized,
4.
Gandharva-veda,3. 68 ; 4. 324, 38.
346. Bharga,variant of Garga, sonof
Bharata,sonof &ishabha,
and a Pratardana,
4. 36.
king in the first Manwantara, Bhargabkumi,variously genealo-
P. 97 " 2. 103, 105, 106, 127; gized, 4. 37-39.
4. 38. India is called, from Bhargavas, a people,2. 170.
him, Bharatavarsha. Bhargava,a descendantof Bhrigu,
Bharata,sonof Duskyanta,4. 117, L 152; 5. 218. Applied to
1321.136,320. various persons,2. 39 " 3. 23,
Bharata,sonof Dasaratka,3. 315, 23^ ', 4. 39.
318. Bhargava,sonof Vahni, 4. 116.
Bharata,king of Asmaka,2. 164. Bhdrgava= Parasurama, 4. 22.
Bharata,son of Talajangha, 4. 57, Bhargava, variant of Bharga, 4.
59- 38.
Bharata,son of Dhruvasandhi,3. Bhargavabhumi,variant of Bhdr-
*
297; 4. 238. gabhumi,4. 38.
Bharata(who?),P. 42. Seealso Bhargava-puraria,
P. 90.
2. 312, &c. Bharmyas,who, 4. 146.
Bharata,an Apsaras,2. 82. Bh4rmya,patronym of Mudgala,
Bharata = Bharatavarsha,or India, 4. 146.
P. 97; 2. 105, 114, 115, Bharmyaswa, variantof Haryaswa,
120, 123, 125-127, 129, 132, 4. 144, 146.
136-138,154,207, Bharu, variant of Bhanu, son of
Bharata= Mababkarata,P. 46, 50, Krishna, 5. 107,
54- Bharuka, variant of Kuruka, 3.
Bharatamalla, a modern commen- 289.
tator,referredto, 2. 22. Bhasi,daughterof Kasyapa,and
Bharatavarsha, India, P. 97 ; 2. wife of Qarud'a,2. 73.
107, in, 112, 127, 133, 135, Bhasi,an Apsaras,2. 82.
137- Bhaskara,the Sun,3. 56; 4. 102.
x
Bharata-yuddha, what,3. 326; 4. BhaskaraAcharya,an astronomer,
-. 321. quoted,2. no, 129.
Bh,rati = Bharatavarsha, India, 2. Bhaswat,variant of Bhaskara,4.
* 107. IO2.
Bharatl, variant of Gabhasti, 2. Bhat't'a,the title, 5. 385.
199. . Bhat't'dcharya,
the title, 5. 385.
INDEX.

Bliat't'aUtpala,anastronomer,
re- Bhavishyat
= Bhavishya-purann,
3.
ferred to, 2. 275, 277. 67.
Bliauma= Lohitanga,2. 304. Bhavishya-upapurana,
P. 87.
Bliauma
(^?),a country,4, 220. Bhavishyottara-puraiia,
P. 63, 64.
Bhautyas,a dynasty,
4. 93. Bhavyas,
a classof godsin the
Bhautya,the Mannof the four- sixthManwantara, 3. 12.
teenth.Manwantara,variously Bhavya,sonof Dhruva,1. 177.
genealogized,
3. 28,29. Heis Bhavya,
a Eishiin theninthMan-
called Manu of the tenth Man- wantara, 3. 25.
wantara,3. 25. Bhavya,son of Priyavrata, and
Bhautya(?),sonofBhautya,
3.29. kingofS'&ka-dwipa,
2. 100,&c.,
Bhauvana,son of Manthu, 2. 107. 198.
Bhava,a Eudra,orformof S'iva,1. Bhavya,variant of Bhanuratlia,
116, 117, 126, 157; 2. 25; 4. sonof Bfihadaswa,
4. 168.
251; 5. 386. Bhavyaratha,variant of Blidnu-
Bhava, a Sadhya,2. 22. ratha, son of Bfihadaswa, 4.
Bhava, a Muni, 1. 109. 168.
Bhava, son of Viloman, 4. 97. Bhaya, ' fear,3 son of Anfita, 1.
Bhava, variant of Bhuva, 2. 106. Ill, 112.
Bhavas (?),aclassof Apsarases,2. Bheda, what, 5. 52.
82. Bhekurayas
(?), a classof Apsa-
Bhava, onewith Mahat, in philo- rases,2. 82.
sophy, 1. 32. Bhi, ' fear,' daughter of Kali, and
Bhava-bhavana, what, 5. 233, 237. wife of Mfityu, 1. 111.
Bhavaka, son of Skandaswdti, 4. Bhikshu = Parivraj, 3. 279.
202. Bhillas,a wild race,their origin,
Bhavana,son of Swarochisha,and 1. 182.
a Jivlshiin the second
Manwan- Bhima, a Eudra, 1. 116; 2. 25;
tara,3. 5. 5. 386.
Bhavana,
what,5. 222,233,240, Bhima,sonof Pand'u
andPfitha,
245- 4. 102; 5. 134, 159, 167. In
Bhavanmanyu,
sonof Yitatha,4. a formerbirth,sonof Anila or
*35- Yayu, 4. 102, 132; 5. 391.
Bhava-pushpas,
the,enumerated,
Bhima,
variously
genealogized,
4.
4. 294. 14.
Bhava-Scira
= Avyanga,
5. 383. Bhima,variantof Urukshaya,
4.
Bhavin,a castein Plaksha-dwipa, 137-
2. 193. Bhima= Bhimarathi,2. 148.
Bhavishya-purana,
analysis
of it, Bhimaratha,'
sonof Ketumat,4.
&c.,P. 20,23, 24,62,&c.; 5. 33,3^, 343-
Bhimaratha,sonof Vikfiti, 4. 68.
INDEX.

Bhimaratha,variant of Bhiina- Bhojya,variantof MArislia,4.100.


rathi, 2. 130. Bhokhyaka(?'?),variant
of Mushika,
Bhfmarathi, the river now called 4. 222.
Beema,2. 130, 132, 147, 148. Bhokshyaka,variant of Mushika,
Bhimasena,variously genealogized, 4. 222.
4. 152, 162. Bhraja, a sun,5. 191.
Bhimasena, sonof Irliksha,4. 153. Bhnijiras, a classof gods in the
Bhimasena= Bhima,son of Paiid'n, fourteenth Manwantara, 3. 28.
4. 102, 159, 345. Bhrajisht'ha,sonof Ghfitapfisht'ha,
Bhishma, son of S'antanu,P. 30; king of Ivraunclia-dwipa, 2.
3. 75, 201; 4. 144, 157; 5. 198.
130, 131, 134, 135. Slain by Bhrajisht'ha,
a regionin Krauncha-
Arjuna, 5. 157, 161, 163, dwipa, 2. 198.
Bhishma, king of the Yidarbhas, Bhramaras, their origin, 1. 182
5. 69. (where correct the spelling); o.
Bbishmaka= Bhishma, king of the 388.
Vidarbhas,4. 112; 5. 69. Bhrami,i revolution/ daughterof
Bhogavati,a city in Rasatala,an S'isumara,and wife of Dhruva,
underworld, 2. 211. 1. 178.
Bhogin, son of S'eshanaga,
(?) 4. Bhiigu, son of BrahmA,P. 88;
212. 1. rob, 125, 131, 150-152; 2.
Bhogin, variant of Bhajin, 4. 72. 113, 259, 285, &c.; 3. 3, 8,
Bhojas,a people,or peoples,2.158, u, 14-16, 23, 35, 68, 80-82,
159; 4- 5%, 59, 73, S6, 260, 98, 162, 291, 338,342; 4. 16,
271; 5. 148, 382, 392. 17, 19, 23, 25, 31, 39, 40; 5.
Bhojas, certain kings, 2. 159. 76, 218, 250, His wife, 1.
Bhoja, king of Dhara, 4. 59. 109, no, 118. His offspring,
Bhoja, variant of Swayambhoja,4. 1. 152; 2. 276. Lord of Laksh-
99, 113, 248. mipura, 1. 150. Teacherof
Bhoja = Bhojakat'a,2. 159. the Dhanur-veda, 3. 67.
Bbojakas,certaindescendants of Bhiigu, variant of Ilibhu, 2. 330.
the Bhojasof Dwaraka,5. 382. Bhfigubhumi, variant of Bharga-
Bhojaka,variant of Swayambhoja, bhumi, 4. 39.
4. 99. Bhfigukshetra,a holy spot on the
Bhojakat'a, a city founded by river Narmada, 2. 151.
Eukmin, 2. 159; 5, 71,84. Bhfigutunga,a certainforest,4.49.
Bhojana,a mountainin Krauncha- Bhfingarit'i, an attendantof S'iva,
dwipa, 2. 198. P. 89.
Bhojapuris,a tribe in Western Bhfinjin (?),sonof S'ura,4. 101.
Behar,2. 159. Bhfiti (?),variantof Dhiiti, 4. 67.
Bhojaraja= Kamsa,4. 260, 271. Bhujingas(?),a people,2. 163.
INDEX.
3

BMman,sonofPratihartfi,2.107. origin,&c., 1. 82, 83; 2. 74,


Bhmnanyu,sonof Bharata, son 75; 3. 120,216; 5. 127,144.
of Dushyanta,
4. 136,138. Theirking, S'ulapiiiii,
2. 86.
Bhumanyu,variantof Bhuvan- Bbuta,a patriarch., 2. 25. His
manyu?4. 136. wives,2. 21.
Bhumi,wifeof Vishnuas Para- Bkuta,sonof Vasudeva, 4. 109.
surama,5. 87, 88, 90. See Bbiita,what,in philosophy, 1.140.
Dhararif. Bhrita-bhavana,what, 5. 91, 386.
Bhtimi,variantof Tiini, 4. 93, Bhutadi,
what,1. 3.3,34, 169; 2.
Bhumi- khand'a, a part of the 232; 5. 94, 198, 199.
Padma-purana,
P. 30. Bhutajyotis,
sonof Suniati,3.335.
Bhiimimitra,son of Kariwayana, Bhutaketu,sonof Dakshasavariia,
4. 181. 3. 25-
Bhumimitra,sonof Vasudeva,
4. Bhutananda,a Yavanaking, 4.
193, 194. 211, 213.
Bhuminanda,
sonof Vangava
(?), Bhutanayas
(??),
variantof Abhii-
4. 212. tarajas; 3. 9.
Bktimiputra,variant of Bhuini- Bhutarayas
(^), variantof Abhu-
mitra, 4. 181. tarajas,3. 9, 10.
Bhumitra,variantof Bhumimitra, Bhutasantapana, son of Hiran-
4. 193. yaksha,2. 69.
BMpatiSjvariantof Abhutarajas, Bhilta-sarga,
what,in philosophy,
3.9. 1.74
Bhurbbura, variant of Jharjhara, Bhiitatman, what, 1. 3 ; 5. 91.
2. 69. Bhilta-vidya,what,4. 33.
Bhurbbiiva, variant of Jharjhara, Bhiita-yajiia3 a certain sacrifice, 3.
2. 69. 40, 118.
Bhiiri, son of Somadatta,4. 157 j Bhiitesa, an epithet of Vishnu, 1.
5. 134. 42.
Bliuri, variant of Dhuni, 2. 23. Bhiiti, son of Angiras, 3. 28, 29.
Bhurijyesht'ha,variant of Uslma, Bhiiti = Lakshmi, 1. 119; 3. 28
4. 164. (where correct the spelling
Bhurisheiia3 son of Brahma- Bhiiti).
savarni,3. 26. Bhiiti, variantof Tiini, 4. 93.
BMrishena,sonof S'arydti,3. 249. Bhiiti, what,in philosophy,1. 148.
Bkiirisravas, son of Somadatta,4. Bkiitigauri, variant of Gauri, 5.
i57j 5. 134- 387-
BMr-loka, the earth, 2. 113, 225. Bhiitirnitra, variant of Bhiimimi-
Bliushikas,variant of Mushikas, tra, 4. 193.
4. 222. Bhiitinanda,a king, 4. 212.
Bliutas, certainevil spirits,their Bhuva,sonof Pratihartfi, 2. 106.
INDEX.

Bhuvana,a Budra, 2. 25. Bopadeva(another?),3. 174.


Bhuvaneswara, anepithetof S'iva, Bradlma,son of Bhautya,Mann
P. 73- of the fourteenthMainfantara,
Bhuvanmanyu (??),variantof Bha- 3. 29.
vanmanyu,4. 136. Brahmas= Brahmarshis,I. 100.
Bhuva-loka
= Bhuvar-loka,2. 113. <fec.
Bhuvar-loka,the spacebetween Brahma,the supremenonentity,
the earth and the sun, 2. 225 ; unthinking thought and what
5. 192. SeeBhuvo-loka. not. Typified by Om, 1. i.
Bhuvo-loka= Bhuvar-loka, 2. 230; One with Vishnu, <kc., 1. 3.
5. 192, 194. Possessed of properties,and the
Bija, what,in theYogaphilosophy, sourceof creation,1. 44. Two
5. 230, 231. statesof, 2. 92. Endowedwith
Bimbasara, variant of Bimbisara, form, and formless, 5. 232.
4. 171, 181. Etymology of the word, 1. 30 ;
Bimbisara, king of Rajagfiha in 3. 37, 38. See also 1. 3, 18,
Magadha, variously genealo- 21, &c., 45 -}4. 293 (misprinted
gized,4. 171, 180, 181, 186. Brahma),326, 346; 5. 12, 15,
Bindumat, son of Marichi, 2. 107. &c., &c.
Bindumati, daughter of S'asabinclu, Brahma, the first hypostasis of
and wife of Mandhatfi, 3. 268. Brahma. The same as Vishnu
Bindumati, wife of Vidiiratha, 3. in his character of creator, 1.
268; 4. 153. 41. The duration of his life,
Bindusara, king of Pataliputra, 1. 46. His various creations,
variously genealogized,4. 181, 1. 68, <&c. The four castes
186, 187, 188. proceed from him, 1. 89, &c.
Bindusena(?),variant of Bimbisara, His mind-born sons, 1. 100, &c.
4. 180, 181. Parent of the Rudras, 1. 115,
Birth, ceremonies
ordainedat, 3. &c. The same as Maliat, I.
98, 99. 29, &c. The first teacher of
Bodhas, a people, 2. 156. the Vishnu-piirana, 1. 5. He
Bodha, son of Dharma, 1. no. arrangesthe Veda, 3. 34. His
Bodha, variant of Bodha, 2. 214. city, 2. 112, 118. He praises
Bodhas,variant of Sodhas,2. 163. Vishnu, 4. 251, <kc. See also
Bodhana,a hill, 2. 142. P. 4, 21, &C.,&C.j 1. 13, 22,
Bodhya,discipleof Bashkali,and 30, 39, 40, <fec.j3. IT, 37,
promulgator
of the fog-veda, 38, 297; 4. 266, 292, 293,
3.44. 319, 346; 5. 2, 3, IT, 14, 15,
Bopadeva,
an author,histime, &c.; 43.59>94, 95>"4, "8> <fcc.,&e.
P. 44,48, 50,51,88; 5. 277, Brahma,
a Kalpasocalled,1.53;
278, 327. 3. 66.
INDEX.

Brahma,a Pralaya so called,1. 3. 67, 187 (wherecorrect the


113, &c. spelling); 5. 308, 319 (where
Brahma,a form of marriage,3. correctthe spelling),390, 392.
105. Brahniand'a-upapuraiia,P. 87.
Brahma, i sacred philosophy/ 1. Brahmani, a river, 2. 153.
3S- Brahmanl,a sacredspotnamedin
Brahmabali,disciple of Devackirsa, the Mahabharata, 2. 153.
<fec.,
and teacherof the Atharva- Brahmanya-deva,what, 2, 57.
veda, 3. 61, 62. Brahmapeta, a Kakshasa,2. 285,
Brahma-bhuta, what, 2. 89; 5. (fee.
*7, 153- Brahmapura, the city of Brahma,
Brahniabodhya, a river, 2. 151, situated on a peak of Mount
152, 340. Meru, 2. 112.
Brahmacharin,
what,3. 101. Brahma-puraiia,analysisof it, &c.,
-Brahmacharya,
what, 3. 77 ; 5. P. 20, 21, 24, 26, 27, &c., 58,
181. no; 5. 282, 284, 292, 298,
Brahmadafid'a,
sonof Naravahana, 305-314,317, 319,320,325,
4. 166. 327. 344; 351-
Brahmadatta,
variouslygenealo-Brahma-purana
= Brahma-purana,
gized,4. 142. P. 23, 27; 3. 66.
Brahmaja,
akindof cloud,2. 279. Brahmaputras,
what,1. 100.
Brahrna-kharid'a,
a part of the Brahmaputra,
a river,2. 154.
Brahma-vaivarta-purana,
P. 65, Brahmarata,
fatherof Yajnaval-
67- kya, 3. 53.
Brahmakosa
= Atri, 3. 16. Bralimarshis,
cBrahmansaints/
Brahma-loka
= Satya-loka,
P. 66; their abode,
<fec.,
1. 100; 3.
1. 98; 2. 227-230;3. 198; 69,271; 4. 52, 246; 5. 121.
4. 266; 5. 193,195. Brahmarshidesa, a regionin Cen-
Brahma-maya,what,5. 253. tral India,2. 143.
Brahmamedhya,
a river,2. 152, Brahmasavariia,
Brahmasavarni
340- the Manu of the tenth Manwan-
Bralimans.Produced
fromthe tara,andsonof Upasloka,
3.
mouth of Brahma, 1. 89. Their 25. He is called son of Brahma,
duties,3. 86. Familiesof, 4. 3. 24.
28. Earlysettlementsof them Brahma-siras,
a fiery weaponso
in India, P. 102. called,3. 83, 84.
Brahman,a sort of priest, 3. 43, Brahmastra,a fiery weapon so
44- called, 3. 84, 338; 4. 160.
Brahmand'a,
what,1. 170. Brahma-varaha,
P. 65.
Brahmanda-purana,analysisof it, Brahmavarta,a district in Central
&C., P. 20, 23, 24, 84, &C.J India, P. 105; 2, 143.
INDEX.

Brahma-vaivarta-purana, analysis Brihaddhanus, variant of Bfiliad-


Of It, &C., P. 20, 21, 23, 24, vasu, 4. 140.
65, &c., no; 3. 67; 5. 264, Bfihaddharman, variantof Biihad-
269, 270, 282, 284, 298, 316, vasu,4. 140.
319, 321, 327, 342, 343. Bfihaddhwaja,variant of Vrijini-
Brahina-.yajna,a sort of sacrament, vatj 4. 61.
3. 40, 93. Bfihad.ish.Uj
son of Ajamid'ha,4.
Brahmi Samhita, a part of the 140.-.
Kurma-purana,P. 77, 78. Bfihadishu, son of Haryaswa, 4.
Brahmisht'ha,son of Kausalya, 3. 144-
324- Bfihadraja,variouslygenealogized,
Brahmopeta, variant of Brahma- 4. 169.
peta, 2. 292, 293. Bfihadrana, variant of Bfihat-
Brahmottara-kharid'a,
a part of the kshana,4. 167.
Skanda-purana,P. 27, 73. Bfihadrathas = Barhadrathas, 4.
Brahmottara-purana,
P.27. _I78.
Bfihad-arariyaka-upanishad, the, Brihadratha, variously genealo-
or its commentary,
referredto? gized,4. 125. A Brihadratha
3. 113, 122, 191, 338 ; 5. 388. is named in 4. 24.
Bfihadaswa, a Saclhya, son of Brihadratha, son of Vasu, and
Sadhya,2. 22. king of Magadha, 4. 149, 150,
Bfihadaswa,
sonof S'ravasta,
3. i73>*77>
344,345;
264. Brihadratha, son of Tigma, 4. 165.
Bfihadaswa, son of Sahadeva,4. Bfihadratha, son of Bfihatkshana,
168. 4. 167.
Brihadaswa,
son of S'atadhara,
4-. Brihadratha,sonof Satadhanwan,
189. 4. 189, 190.
Bfihadaswa, variant of Piishad- Brihadratha, variant of Brihaduk-
aswci,3. 284. tha, 3. 331.
Bfihadbala,variously genealogized, Brihadratha, variant of Dfid'hara-
3. 321, 325; 4. 167, 172. tha, 4. 126.
Brihadbhanu,variously genealo- Brihadratha,
variantof Jayadratha,
gized,4. 125. 4. 140.
Bfihadbhanu, son of Krishna and Brihadratha, variant of Asokavar-
Satyabhama,5, 81. dhana, 4. 187.
Bfihaddarbha, variant of Bfihad- Biihaduktha, son of Devarata, 3.
bhanu, 4, 125. 331-
Bfihad-devata,anancient composi- Bfihadvasu, son of Bfihadishu, 4.
tion, referred to, 3. 48. 140.
Bfihaddhanus,variantof Bfihad- Bfihadvishnu(??),variant of Bfi-
ishu, son of Ajamid'ha, 4. 140. hadvasu, 4. 140,
c
34 INDEX.

Bfihadwatl,oneor morerivers,2. Bfihatkarman,sonof Bfihadvasu,


151, 152. 4. 140.
Biihanmanas,
sonof Bfihadbhanu,Bfihatkarman,
sonof .Sukshattra,
4 125. 4. 174.,
Bfihanmanas
(1),a king between Bfihat-katha,
acomposition,
2.177,
Nanda and Chandragupta,
4. 211. SeeKatha-sarit-sagara.
345- Bfihatkaya,
variantof Bfihatkar-
Bfihan-Manu, anancientlawgiver, man, 4. 140.
quoted,3. 151. Bfihatkshana,son of Bfihadbala,
Bfihan- naradiya- purana,P. 51, 4. 167.
<fec. Bfihatkshattra, son of Dhfisht'a-
Bfihaspati,sonof Angiras,P. 38 ; ketu, 4. 103.
1. 141, 188, 190; 2. 24; 3. Bfihatkshattra, son of Bhavan-
16, 244, 245 j 4. 2-4, 42, 123, manyu, 4. 135, 138, 139.
134,135. Author of theArtha- Bfihatkshaya,variant of Bfihat-
sastra, 3. 68. Identified, as a kshana, 4. 167.
planet, with Jupiter, 2. 226, Bfihatkshetra, variant of Bfihat-
259, 308. His cycle, 2. 255. kshana, 4. 167.
Bfihaspati, the Vyasaof the fourth Bfihat-Parasara, an ancient law-
Dwapara age, 3. 34, 36. giver, quoted, 3. 180,
Bfihaspati,
a &shi in the second Bfihat-saman,
a portion of the
Manwantara,3. 4. Sama- veda, its origin from
Bfihaspati, founder of an heretical Brahma, 1. 84.
sect, 3. 213. Bfihat-samhita, an astronomical
Bfihaspati-smfiti, an ancient code work, referred to, 2. 190, 275 ;
of law, referred to, 3. 189-191. 4- 153-
Bf ihat, a portion of the Sama-veda, Bfihatsena, son of Krishna and
2. 295, 343. Bhadra, 5. 82.
Bfihat, a Kalpa, P. 51, 52. Bfihatsena, variant of Bfihatkar-
Bfihat (']]), variant of Bfihat- man, 4. 174.
kshattra, 4. 137, 139. Bfihatsena,variant of Dfid'hasena,
Bfihatl, wife of Kipu, son of 4, 175, 176.
S'lisht'i,1. 177. Bfihattejas,a nameof Bfihaspati,
Bilhatf, daughterof S'ibi,andwife sonof Angiras,2. 259.
of Krishna, 5. 83, Bfishadaswa (']?),
variantof Pf isha-
Bfihati, a metre, its origin from daswa, 3. 284,
Brahma,
1. 86. Identified
with Buddha,founderof a religion,
a horseof the Sun's car, 2. P. 72; 3. 235, 236; 4. 170,
239- 187, 188; 5. 322, <fcc.,375.
Bfihatkarman,variouslygenealo- Fancifuletymology
of hisname,
gized,4. 125, 3. 210,211;4.5; 5.350,361,
INDEX. 35

368. A formof Vishnu,5. 178, Chaitanya,founderof a sect, P.


323, 378. And seeAnjana. 22; 5. 318, 343, 345.
Buddhi,'intellect,1daughterof Chaitra,twofoshis,of the second
Daksha,and wife of Dharma, I. and fourth Manwantaras, vari-
109, no. ously genealogized,3. 5, 8.
Buddhi, what, in philosophy, 1. Chaitra, a month,. March-April,
. 4? 32; 5. 198. 2, 261, &c.; 3. 114.
Buddhism,5. 177, 178. And see Chaitra(?),a mountain-rangein
Buddha. Krauncha-dwfpa, 2. 197.
Budha, or Mercury, son of Siva, Chaitraratha, Kubera's grove on
1. 117; 2. 225, 258, 304, 308; Mount Manclara, 2. in, 116;
3. 236; 4. 5., 60. He is also 4. 6; 5, 137.
said to be son of Soma,2. 259; Chaitravati, variant of Chandra-
4.4. bhaga, 2. 147.
Budha, son of Vegavat, 3. 245. Chaitri, a certain sacrifice,3. 113.
Budha, variant of Vadha, a Ea- Chakora, a city, 3. 318.
kshasa,2. 287. Chakora(1),ahill, 2.142.SeeKora.
Budha,' wiseman,75. 239. Chakora,variantof ChakoraS'ata-
Budhna,variant of Bradhna, 3. 29. karriin, 4. 197, 198.
Budhnya,variant of Bradhna,3. Chakora S'atakarnin, Chakora-
29. swatikarna,&c., sonof Snndara
Bukharas('?),a people,2. 186. S'atakarnin,&c., 4. 197, 201,
202.

Castes, four, their origin from Chakras,a people, 2. 165.


Brahma, 1. 89, 171. Their Chakra, a mountain in Kusa-
primalstate,1. 90. Dividedby dwipa,2. 197.
occupations,1. 96, 97. Their Chakravartin,what, 1. 183; 3.
future abodes,1. 97, &c. Their 31, 267, 290; 4, 60.
duties, 3. 85, &c. Instituted Chakrin, an epithet of Krishna,
by differentkings, 4. 31, 32, from his chakrct,,' discus,' 4.
38, 123. 82 ; 5. i, 69, 70, 82, 107, 108,
Cathsei,the, a tribe of Ksliattriyas, 116, 127, 149, 161.
2. 184. Chakshu, the river Oxus, 2. 112,
Caumojees,a tribe, 3, 292. See 120-122, 272.
Kambojas. Chakshu, variant of Chakshusha,
Ceremonies,at birth, <fec.,3. 98, son of Ann, 4. 120.
&c. Chakshus,son of Vyusht'a, 1. 178.
Chaidyas,a people,4. 65. Chakshus,sonof Purujanu,4. 144.
Chaidyas,certainkings,4. 67. Chakshushas, a classof gods in
Chaidyoparichara, an epithet of the fourteenthManwantara,3.
Yasu?son of Kfitaka, 4. 149. 28.
INDEX.

Ckakshusha,son of Kipu, 1. 177. Chand'i, ruled over by Kakavariia,


Chakshusha, Mann of the sixth 4. 180.
Manwantara, variouslygenealo- Chand'i- pdt'ha, a part of the
gized,1. 177,178; 2.26,27; 3. Mtirkand'eya-purMa, P. 56; 3.
2,11, 12, 14, 17, 18, 192; 4. 5. 22.
Chakshusha,son of Anu, 4. 120. Chandra= Soma, 1. 131 ; 2. 304;
Chakskusha, the sixth Manwan- 4. 293.
tara, 2. 9, n, 27, 258, 259, et Chandra, son of Krishna and
passim. Satya, 5. 79.
Chala = Lakshmi, 1. no. Chandra, a mountain - range in
Cbampa,son of Prithulaksha,4. Plaksha-dwipa,
2. 191.
125. Chandra, a river, 2. 194.
Champa,variant of Chunchu,3. Chandra,Chandra, variants of
289. Ardra, son of Viswagaswa, 3.
Champa,a city, the ancient capi- 263.
tal of Anga, 2. 166; 4. 124, Chandra,variant of Charu, 5. 78.
125, 221. Chandrabhaga,the river Chenab,
Champapuri = Champa, 3. 289; 2. 130, 131, 142, 144, 147; 4.
4. 125. 118, 223 (where correct the
Champavati = Champa,the city so spelling), 224; 5. 381, 385,
called,4. 218, 219. 392-
Chanako, Pall for Chanakya, 4. Chandrabhanu,son of Krishna and
185. Satyabhama,5. Si.
Chanakya
= Kaut'ilya,4. 186. Chandragiri,son of Tarapid'a,3.
Chanchu,variant of Chunchu, 3. 321.
289. Chandragupta, son of Nanda (?),
Chandagutto, Pali for Chandra- P. 109; 4. 186-188, 203, 205,
gupta, 4. 185. 219? 232>345; 5- 3J3-
Ckand'ala,what, 3. 120. Chandraketu,son of Lakshmana,
Chandana,a certain mountain, 2. 3.318.
I55' Chandraketu,king of Chakora, 3.
Chandana,a speciesof tree,2. 200. 318.
Chandana,a river, 2. 155. Chandraketu,a country near the
Chandani,a river, 2. 155. Himalayas,3. 319.
Chandanodakadundubhi, &c.,vari- Chandrama,a river, 2. 151.
ouslygenealogized, 4. 97. Chandrapid'a,son of Suryapfd'a,
Chandapradyota(^), a king,5.391. 4. 163.
Chand'asrisatakarni
(??),
variantof Chandrapid'a,
king of Cashmere,
Chandrasri,4. 201. 4. 223.
ChaMi= Kali; a STakti,
P. 56; 1. Chandrasri,
sonof Vijaya,sonof
104. Yajnasri, 4. 199.
INDEX. 37

Chandrasukla,an island, perhaps Charmakhand'ikas, variant of


fabulous,2. 129. Charmamand'alas,
2. 169.
Chandraswa,sonof Kuvalayaswa, Charmamand'alas,
a people, 2.
3. 265. 169.
Chandravaktra, a city near the Charmanwati, the river Chumbul,
Himalayas, 3. 319. 2. 131 (where correct the spell-
Chandravaloka,sonof Sahasraswa, ing), 147, 339; 4. 137.
3. 321. Charu,sonof Krishna and Kuk-
Chandravijna, variant of Chan- mini, 5. 78, 148.
drasri, 4. 199. Charuchandra, variant of Charu-
Chaugeri,what, 5. 33. vinda, 5. 78.
Chanu*ra,a famous pancratiast, Charudeha, son of Krishna and
slain by Krishna, 4. 335, 337 ; Eukmini, 5. 78.
5. 23, 28, 35, 36, 38-40, 87. Charudeshna,son of Krishna and
Chapa (1), variant of Apas, a Kukmini, 4. 112, 113; 5. 78.
Eakshasa,2. 288. Charadharman,variant of Charu-
Charachara,what, 5. 385. varman, 5. 148.
Charakas = Charakadhwaryus,3. Charugupta, son of Krishna and
54,55- 'Kukmini,5, 78.
Charaka,a teacherof the Yajur- Charuhasini,wife of Krishna, 4.
veda, 3. 55. " 112; 5. 69, 79. The sameas
Charaka,an ancientmedical au- Lakshmana, (1) 5. Si.
thority, 4. 33. Charuka= Cham,5, 148.
Charakadhwaryus, of the Yajur- Charumati, daughter of Krishna
veda, 3. 54. and Eukmini, 5. 78.
Charanas, ' panegyrists of the Charupada,variant of Abhayada,
gods/ 2. 124, 213 ; 4. 266. 4. 127.
Charana,
a technicality,explained, Charusravas,
sonof Krishna and
3. 121. Eukmini, 4. 112.
Charana-vyuha,
a composition,
re- Charuvarman, associated witb
ferred to, 3. 51. Samba, Akrura, and others, 5.,
Charanta, son of Arsht'isheria, 4. 148.
Si- Charuvesha, son of Krishna and
Chariots. Of the Sun, 2. 237. Of Eukmini, 4. 112.
the Moon, 2. 299. Of Mars, Charuvinda, son of Krishna and
Jupiter, Saturn, Eahu, and Eukmini, 5. 78.
Ketu, 2. 304, 305. Charuyasas,son of Krishna and
Charishnu, son of Kirttimat, 1. Eukmini, 4. 112.
154- Chatfakas,of the Yajur-veda, 3. 55.
Charma, a country in the north of Chatuh'sfinga,amountain in Kusa-
India, 2. 169. dwipa, 2. 197.
INDEX.

Chaturanga,sonof Romapada,
4. Chhesmaka(??),variantof Chhis-
124, 125. maka,4. 195.
Chaturhotra, variant of Anuha, Chhismaka,a king, 4. 195, 201.
4. 141. Chidi ('??),
variant of Chedi,4. 67.
ChaturmasyaSj certain sacrifices, Chikitsa, ' the practice of medi-
3. 4, 113- cine,' 4. 33.
Chaturvedas, a class of Pitfis, 3. Chinas, a people, the Chinese, 2.
339- 176, 181, 183, 184; 3. 293,
Chauias(?]) = Cholas, 3. 292. 295-
Chaulimalieswara,a town on the Chiti, the sameas Mahat, 1.32.
river Narmada, 2. 167, Chit-para, what, 1. 31.
Chayana, a certain ceremony, 3. Chitra, an Apsaras, 2. 81.
174. Chitra, an asterism, 2. 265, c.
Chedis, a people, 2. 157 ; 5. Chitrabhanu, or Fire, 4. 56.
118. Chitrabhanu, variant of Traisamba,
Chedi, variously genealogized,4. 4. 116.
Chitragu, son of Krishna and
Chedi,a countryin CentralIndia, Satya,5. 79.
2. 132, 157; 3. 157 ; 4. 65, Chitragupta, recorder of hell, 2.
104, 107, 149, 150, 159. 216.
Chedipa,sonof Vasu,sonof Kii- Chitraka, variouslygenealogized,
taka, 4. 150. 4. 94, 96.
Chekitana, son of Dhfisht'aketu, Chitraketu, son of Vasisht'ha,' 1.
4. 103. 155-
Chesht'ita,what, 5. 206. Chitraketu, son of Krishna and
Chhala,variouslygenealogized,
3. Jambavatl 5. 79.
321. Chitraketu, variant of Chandra-
Chhampana,
variant of S'ankha- ketu,theregionsocalled,3.319.
nabha, 3. 322. Chitraksha (ft), variant of Nfi-
Chhandajas, certain classes of chakshus,4. 164.
deities so called, 2. 29. Cliitrakut'a, a hill in Bundelkhand,
Chhandas,
' metre,'anAngaof the 2. 141, 153, 155.
Veda, 3. 67. Chitrakut'a, a mountain in Kusa-
Chhandoga,a Sarhhita of the dwipa,2. 197.
Sama-veda,
3. 42. Chitrakiit'a,a river, 2. 155.
Chhandogya-upanishad,
the, re- Chitralekha,an Apsaras,2. 82,
ferred to, 3. 175; 5.345. 286.
Chhanna,
what, 5. 31. Chitralekha, daughterof Kum-
Chhaya,daughter of Viswakar- bhand'a,5. 109-111.
man,and mistressof Vivaawat, Chitramanas,a horseof the Moon,
3. 20,ifec. 2. 299.
INDEX. 39

Chitranatha,son of Dhfisht'a, 3.* the Vishnu-purana,P. 115; 5.


255- 385.
Chitrangada,
a Gaiidharva,4. 158. Cliitti, daughterof Kardania,and
Chitrangada,son of S'autanu,4. wife of Atharvan,1. no.
157. Chivilika, variant of Ivilaka, 4.
Cliitraratha, chief of the Gun- 196.
dharvas,1. 188; 2. 86; 5. 66. Cholas,a people,2. 178; 3. 292.
Chitraratha,sonof Gaya,2. 107. Choia, sprang from Turvasu,4.
Cliitraratha,sonof Eusliadgu,4. 117.
61. Cholamaiid'ala,
the countryonthe
Chitraratha,sonof Dharmaratha, Coromandel coast, 2. 178.
4. 124. Chronology, system of, 1. 46, &c.
Chitraratha, variously genealo- That of the kings of the Kali
gized,4. 163, 164. age,4. 229, &c.
Chitraratha,king of Mrittikavati Chud'akarmadika,what,'3. 149.
(identifiablewith somepreced- Chulaka,a river, 2. 148.
ing Chitraratha?), 4. 19. Chuli Maheswar,a place,2..167.
Chitraratha, a river, 2. 153. Chuluka, variant of Chulaka, 2.
Chitraratha, variant of Sanjaya, 148.
3. 334- Chunchu,sonof Harita, 3. 289.
Chitraratha,variant of Chitraka, Chunchulas,Kausika Brahmans,
4. 94. 4. 29.
Chitrarepha,son of Medhatithi, Chupunika,a Kfittika, 2. 337.
king of S'aka-dwfpa, 2. 200. Chyavana,a Aishi, P. 64; 3. 80,
Chitrarepha,a region in S'aka- 239, 248, 282, 342. Referred
dwfpa, 2. 200. to the secondManwantara, 3. 4,
Chitrasena,a Gandharva,
2. 285, Chyavana, sonof Mitrayu, 4. 147.
&c.; 3. 281. Chyavana,sonof Suhotra,4. 149.
Chitrasena,
sonof Hauchya,Manu Cities of the gods, 2. 112, 118,
of the thirteenth Mamvantara, 239, 240.
3. 28. Cleanliness,rules of, 3. 109, &c.
Chitrasena,son of Narishyanta, 3. Clepsydra,the, described,5. 189.
335- Clouds, how formed, classes of
Chitrasena,a river, 2. 146. them, &c., 2. 279, &c.
Chitravaha, a river, 2. 145. Colonization of India, P. 102, &c.
ChitropaLL a river, 2. 153. Coosy, popular nameof the Kosi.
Chitrotpala, a river, 2. 153. Cosmogonyof the Hindus, 1. 20,
Chitsukha (same as the next?), <kc. Its analogies to ancient
author of the Bhagavata-katha- cosmogonies,1. 27.
sangraha,P. 49. Countries and kingdoms, how
Chitsukha Yogin, commentatoron named in pure Sanskrit, 5. 80.
INDEX.

Creation.Accountsofit, 1.23,68, the gods, 1. 145. Obtain the


&c., 79. .Of ninekinds, 1. 69, sovereignty of the earth,2. 34.
<fec.In three divisions,1. 76, Overcome the gods,3. 201, <fcc.
&c. Modeof primarycreation, Fall into heresy,and are sub-
1. 27, Courseof, 1. 29, &c. dued,3. 207, &c. Oppressthe
Various kinds of, 1. 72, &c. earth,4. 250. SeealsoP. 76,
Periodsof secondarycreation, 82; 1. 142, 143* 19; 2- 7o;
1. 55, &c. Kindsof, 1. 70,&c. 4. 265, 266, 273,339; 5. 94,
Of the immortals,1. 72. Of 109, 113, 115-117, 119, <fcc.;
mankind, 1. 73. Of properties, 234, 246, 247.
I. 75, &c. A property of Brah- Daiva, a form of marriage,3. 105.
ma, 1. 44. A function of Vishnu Daivarakskitas,sprungfrom Deva-
as Brahma, 1. 41, &c. rakshita, king of the Kosalas,
4. 220.
Dadativadaras,KausikaBrahmans, Daivar4ti = Janaka, 3. 53.
4. 28. Daivata,variant of Devaja, 3. 247.
Dadhicha, a sage, 1. 124, 125; Daiva-tirtha, what, 3. 99, 148.
5. 250. Daivika-sraddha,a particular cere-
Dadhichi - Dadhicha, P. 68, 69. mony, 3. 147.
Dadhimand'a,a seaof whey, around Daksha,aPrajapati, 1. 100. Chief
Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 198. of the Prajapatis, 2. 85. Born
Dadhivahana,king of Champa, 4. from Brahma's thumb, 1. 102 ;
124. 2. 10; 3. 230. Marries Pra-
Dadhivahana,variant of Para, son suti, and has twenty - four
of Auga, 4. 124. daughters by her, 1. 108, 109.
Dadhividarbhas, variant of Dasf- His sacrifice, 1. 120, <fcc.j 4.
vidarbhas, 2. 181. 262. It is spoiled by Vira-
Dahas, variant of Vaidehas, 2. bhadra, I. 130. He propi-
177. tiates Siva, 1. 133. See also
Dahana,a Eudra, 2. 25. P. 28; 1. 31, 37, 38, 75, 89,
Dahan4= Vaiswanari,2. 276, 277. 96, I08, 117, 122, I26j 2. 2,
Dabragni = Agastya, 1. 154. &c., 108; 3. 24, 162j 4. 339;
Daigambaras,an heretical sect,5. 5. 48, 77, 386, 387.
379, 380. See Digambaras. Daksha, son of the Prachetases,
Daihitra (?), variant of Dauhitra, 2. 9. Marries Asikni, 2. 12.
the king so called,4. 213. His offspring,2. 10, 13, 20.
Daiteyas = Daityas, 3. 211; 4, Daksha, an Aditya, 2. 27, 286.
114; 5. 115. Daksha, one of the Vis we devas,
Daityas, eldestsons of Kasyapa 3. 179,189-192.
by Diti, 2. 30. Their chief, Daksha,a lawgiver,3. in.
Prahlada,2. 85. Defeatedby Daksha,sonof Chitrasena, 3. 335.
INDEX.

Daksha,variant of Haha, a Gan- Dainalipta,a city in Suhma,2.177.


dharva,2. 288. Damaliptas,variant of Tamralip-
Daksha,variantof Rathaswana, a takaa,2. 177.
Yaksha,2. 289. Damayanti,daughter of Bhima,
Daksha,variant of Irliksha,Vyasa king of Vidarbha,2. 171.
of the twenty-fourth Dwapara Dainbha, ' hypocrisy,3 son of
age,3. 35. Adharma,1. in.
Daksha,variantof Darva, 4. 121. Dambha,variant of Kambha,son
Dakshaputra,according to one of Ayus, 4. 30.
account,the Manu of the ninth Dambhobhi, variant of Dattoli, 1.
Manwantara, 3. 337. See 154.
Dakshasavarna. Dainbholi, variant of Dattoli, 1.
Dakshasavariia,the Manu of the 154; 3. 4.
ninth Manwantara, son of Va~ Damin, a caste in Kusa-dwipa, 2.
runa, 3. 24. 195-
Dakshasavarni
(*?),variantof Dak- Damodara,an epithetof Krishna,
shasavariia,3. 24. 4. 281, 283, 310, 317, 326; 5.
Daksha-smfiti, a code of law, 64, 120.
quoted,3. in. Daiiisht'rin, cfanged,'a term ap-
Dakshina= Dakshinagni, 3. 175; plied to the progeny of Kro-
4. n ; 5. 114. dhavasa,2. 74.
Dakshina,chonorarium,1
daughter Danavas,enemiesof the gods.
of KucM, 1. 108. Sons of Kasyapa and Danu, 2.
DaksMnabdhi, ' the southern sea,' 70. Their chief, Prahlada, 2.
6-S3- 85. 86. Seealso 1. 138, 143,
Dakshinagni= Anwahaiya-pach- 144,190; 2. 71; 4. 261,323;
ana, 3. 175 ; 5. 126. 5. 115, 247,387.
DaksMnapatha,Southern India, 2. Danavrata, a castein S'aka-dwipa,
145; 3. 240; 4. 205 ; o. 53. 2. 200.
Dala, son of Paripatra, 3. 321. Danayus, variant of Anayus, 2.
Dalaki, disciple of Sakapurii, and 26, 73-
teacher
of theifeig-veda,
3. 49. Dand'a,c punishment/son of
Dalbhya, a Irtish! in the third Dharma, 1. no; 5. 386.
Manwantara,3. 7. Darid'a,sonof Ikshwaku, 3. 239,
Dama, son of Brahma, 1. 103. 259,260. Slain by Sudyumna,
Dama, son of Narishyanta, P. 5 7 ; 3. 238.
3. 245, 336. Daiid'a, a measure of time, vari-
Damabhiita(*), son of Vasudeva, ously estimated,1. 48, 49.
4. 109. Dand'a,variantofPraiiisu, 3. 232.
Damaghosha, a Chaidyaking, 4. Dand'aka,variant of Dand'a,son
67, 104. of Ikshwaku, 3. 238, 260.
INDEX.,

Dand'aka,
a certain
forest,,2,
144; Darpa,'pride,'sonof Dharma,
1.
3. 238. no, in.
Dand'anaya
(?),sonof Dharraa,
1. Darsa,sonof Krishnaand Ka-
. in -} 5. 368. SeeDand'a-nfti. lindi, 5. 79.
Dand'a-nfti,what,1. 149; 2. 202; Darsa,a Sadkya,2. 22.
4. 310. Darsakas,
a people,2. 174.
Dand'a
- pada- nipatana= Dand'a- Darsaka,
variantof Darbhaka,
4.
182.
pata, 4. 291.
Dand'apani,
variously
genealogized,
Darsa-paurria-masa
= Darsa-piirna-
4. 165. masa,3. 40.
Dand'apaiii,
sonof a king of the Darsa-piinia-masa,
a fortnightly
Kasis,5. 126. sacrifice,3. 113.
Dand'a-pata, a dispositionof the Darsa-sraddha,worship of one's
feet in dancing,4, 291. ancestors' manes,3. 160.
Dand'a-pata
(another),
what,5.52. Daruka,Krishna'scharioteer,
5.
Dand'asana,
what, 5. 230. 148-151.
Dand'asena,
variantof _Udaksena, Daruna(?),a hell, 2. 215.
4. 142. Darvas, a people, 2. 175.
Dand'asri, variant of Chandrasii, Darvas, a people, 2. 174, 175 ; 3.
4. 199. 292.
Dand'asri Satakanii, variant of Darva, son of Usitiara, 4. 121.
Chandrasri, 4. 199. Darva, wife of Usinara, 4. 121.
Dandasuka,a hell, 2. 215. Darvabhisaras,a people, 2. 174.
Darid'in, a modern author, his Darvakas, a people, 2. 174.
relative age, 4. 347. Darvi (??),a country, 2. 175.
Dantavaktra, son of Vfiddhasar- Darvi, variant of Darva, 4. 121.
man,4. 103, 104; 5. 70 (where Darvichas(?"),a people,2. 175.
correct the spelling). Darvika = Devika, a river, 4. 223.
Dantobhi, variant of Dattoli, 3. 4. Dasa, a name appropriate to a
Dantoli, variant of Dattoli, 3. 4. S'udra, 3. 99.
Danu, daughter of Daksha, and Dasagriva- Havana, 4. 104.
wife of Kasyapa,1. 144 ; 2. 26, Dasahara,an autumnal festival in
55, 70; 4. 250; 5. 87, 387. honour of Durga, 4. 336.
Dara,variantof Hari, a mountain Dasaka,sonof Bhajamana, 4. 72.
in Kusa-dwipa,2. 196. Dasaka(?"),variant of Darbhaka,
Daradas, a people, 2. 181, 184- 4. 182.
186; 3. 295. Dasaketu,variant of Diptiketu,
Darbha,variantof Ranibha,sonof 3. 25.
A'yus, 4. 30. Dasa-kumara-charita, a modern
Darbha,variantof Darva,4. 121. work, referredto, 2. 157,177.
Darbhaka,
sonof Ajatasatru,4.181, Dasamalikas,a people,2. 183.
INDEX. 43

Dasamanas,
a people,2, 183. Dattatri, variantof Dattoli, 3. 3.
Dasdnana= Ravaria, 4. 104, 107, Dattobhi, variant of Dattoli, 3. 4.
241. Dattobhri, variant of Dattoli, 1.
Dasaparswas,
variantof Dasariias, 154-
2. 176. Dattokti, variant of Dattoli, 3. 4.
Dasaratha,son of Aj a, and father Dattoli = Agastya, 1. 154, 155.
of Rama, 3. 313, 314, 316 : 4. He appears as a Rishi in the
124. first Manwantara, 3. 3-5.
Dasaratha,son of Mulaka, 3. 310, Dattoni, variant of Dattoli, 3. 4.
Dattori, variant of Dattoli, 3. 4.
Dasaratha,sonof Navaratha, 4. 68. Dattotti, variant of Dattoli, 1. 154.
Dasaratha, son of Romapada, 4. Dattotri, variant of Dattoli, 1.
124. 154; 3. 4.
Dasaratha,son of Suyasas,4. 188- Dauhitra, a king, 4. 212, 213.
190. Dauhitra, the term explained, &c.,
Dasarathi, patronym of Kama, 4. 3. 186, 187.
107. Dauhitrya, variant of Dauhitra, the
Dasarhas,a people, 2. 176, 178. king so called, 4. 213.
Dasarha,son of Nirvfiti, 4. 68. Daurvasasa-upapurana, P. 87.
Dasarha(?),a country,4. 65. Day. Of the gods, 1. 49. Of
Dasarnas, peoples, 2. 159, 162, Brahma, 1. 52. Of a Maim, 1.
176, 178. 54. Divisions of the day, &c.,
Dasarna,a country, 2. 159, 160; 2. 253, &c.
3. 245 " 4. 65. Daya, i clemenc}?,' daughter of
Dasarna,a river, 2. 155, 160. - Daksha, and wife of Dharnia,
Dasa-rupa, the, a modern drama- 1. no.
turgical work, referred to, 3. Daya-bhaga,a celebratedwork on
301. inheritance, quoted, or referred
Dasavadya(?), an Apsaras, 2. 82. to, 3. 102.
Dasavarnian,variant of Devavar- Deities, thirty-three in number, 2,
man, 4. 189. 29.
Dasi, a river, 2. 151. Desamanikas,a people, 2. 183.
Dasividarbhas,a people, 2. 181. Devas= Adityas, 2. 284, 292.
Dasra,sonof Xditya, 4. 103,258. Deva= Iudra, 2. 125.
Dasyu, what, 5. 166. Deva,son of Viswamitra, 4. 27, 28.
Datta = Datt&treya, son of Atri, Deva = Devika, the river, 2. 144,
1- I54- 147.
Dattali, variant of Dattoli, 1. 154. Deva, variant of Devavat, son of
Dattatreya, son of Atri, 1. 154 ; 3. Akrura, 4. 96.
96; 4. 21, 55. Deva, variant of Devavat, son of
Dattatreya,variant of Dattoli, 3. 4. Devaka, 4. 98,
INDEX.

Devabahu,variant of Vedabahu, of Vasudeva,and mother of


1. 155" 3. 10, ii. Krishna,4. 98, 109,no, &c.;
Devabhaga, sonof S'ura,4. 101, 248, 259-261,264, 268-270,
113. 273>329> 335; 5 8? 26? 27?
Devabhurni,
variant
of Devabhiiti, 35>42?44,89?I00?J54>
345;
4. 192. Called an incarnation of Aditi,
Devabhuri,variant of Devabhuti, 4. 318.
4. 192. Devakshattra,
sonof Devarata,
4.
Devabhuti,sonof Bhagavata,son 68, 69.
of Vajramitra,4. 192. Devakulya,daughter of Piiiirna-
Devadarsa,discipleof Kabandha, m&sa,1. 153.
and teacherof the Atharva-veda, Devakiit'a, a mountain-range con-
3. 61. necting Nila and Nishadha, 2.
Devadatta, son of Urusravas, 3. 123, 124.
336. Devalas,Kausika Brahmans,4.
Devadeva(?),son of Viswamitra, 28.
4.27,28. Devala,
afcshi,sonofPratyusha,
Devadhani, Indra's city, according the Vasu, 2. 23.
to the Bhagavata- purana,2. Devala,sonof Kfisaswa,2. 29.
240. Devala,authorof an ancientcode
Devadharman,variant of Soma- of law, 2. 276, 343!
sarman,4. 190. Devala, son of Kerni, 4. 27, 28.
Devadyumna, son of Devatajit, 2. Devalaka,aBrahmanwho ministers
107. to idols, 3. 176.
Devagarbha,a river in Ivusa- Devamid'ha,
variantof Kfiti, son
dwipa, 2. 197. of Kfitaratha, 3. 331.
Devagiri,popularlycalledDeogur, Devamid'ha,variant of Devami-
a mountain, 2. 141. d'husha,son of Hfidika, 4. 100.
Devabuti, daughter of Swayam- Devainfd'haka,variant of the same
bbuva Mann, P. 42 ; 1. io8; Devamid'husha,4. 100.
no. Devamld'husha,
sonof Vrishrii, 4.
Devaja, son of Samyama,3. 247. 73, 74 94.
Devaka,
sonofAhuka,
4.98,in, Devamid'husha,
sonof Hfidika,
248. 4. 99, 100.
Devaka,son of Yudhisht'hira,4. Devamid'husha,
son of Sxiira,4.
159- 100.
Devaka, a caste in Krauncha- Devamid'husha,
daughterof S'ura,
dwipa, 2. 198. 4. 100.
Devaka,variantof Devaja,3. 247. Devamitra= S'akalya,3. 45.
Deva-khata-jala,
what,3. 113. Devana(?),
sonofDevakshattra
(I),
Devaki, daughter of Devaka, wife 4. 69.
INDEX. 45

Devanakshatra,variant of Devak- Devarata, variant of Brahmarata,


shattra, 4. 68. 3- S3-
Devanaman,a ruler in Kusa- Devarata(?),variantof Dasaratha,
dwipa,2. 197. sonof Navaratha,4. 68.
Devanaman,a region in Kusa- Devarha,
variantof Devamid'husha,
dwipa,2. 197. sonof Hfidika, 4. 100.
Devanlka, a king, son of Dhar- Devarhaiia, variant of the same
masavarnika,
3. 27. Devamid'husha, 4. 100.
Devanfka,
sonof Kshemadhanwan,Devarshis,' divine sages/ their
3. 320,321. abode,
&c.,3. 69; 4. 52.
Devanika,a mountainin Kusa- Devasavarni,Manu of the thir-
dwipa, 2. 197. teenth Manwantara, 3. 25, 27.
Devapala,
a mountainin S'aka- Devasravas,
sonof S'alavati,
4. 28.
dwipa,2. 200. Devasravas,
sonof S'ura,4. 101,
Devapi, variously genealogized,4. 113.
I53~I57- He is still living, Devasresht'ha, son of Savarna,
throughforceof devotion,4. Manuof the twelfthManwan-
237- tara,3. 27.
Devapi,,variantof Devatithi,4. Devasri,variant of Vedasri,a
6ishi in the fifth Manwantara,
I53\ 3. 10.
Devaraj, a title of Indra, 3. 259.
Devaraj,
variantof Devarata, son Devastava,variantof Devasravas,
of Karambhi,4. 68. sonof S'ura,4. 101.
Devaraja,
a title of Indra,4. 321; Devatajit,sonof Sumati,2. 107.
5. 97. Devatithi,sonof Akrodhana, 4.
Devarakshita,
sonof Devaka,son 128.
of A'huka,4. 98. Devatithi,variouslygenealogized,
Devarakshita,king of the Ko- 4. 153.
salas,4. 218, 220. Devavardhana,variant of Deva-
Devarakshita,daughterof Devaka, rakshita,sonof Devaka,4. 98.
and wife of Vasudeva,4. 98, Devavarman,son of Indrapalita,
no, in. 4. 189.
Devaratas,Kausika Brahmans,4. Devavarsha,son of Yajnabahu,
28. king of S'alinala-dwipa,2. 195.
Devarata
= S'unaHsepha, son of Devavarsha,
a regionin S'almala-
Viswamitra,4. 25, 26 (where dwipa,2. 195.
correctthe spelling),27, 28, Devavat,
sonof Savarna,Manuof
343- the twelfth Manwantara, 3. 27.
Devarata,
sonof Suketu,3. 331. Devavat,
sonof Akrdra,4. 96.
Devarata,son of Karambhi,4. Devavat,sonof Devaka,sonof
68. Ahuka, 4. 98.
46 INDEX.

Devaviidha, son of Satwata,4. Dhana,variant of Vadha,a Piak-


71-73, 84. shasa,2. 289.
Devavfit, a limitary mountain- Dhanada,an epithet of Kubera,
range in Krauncha-dwfpa,2.' 3. 22, 246.
197-
^ ^
Dhanadhamita (1), variant of
Deva-yajna,a particular sacrifice, Dhanadharman, 4. 212.
3. 40, 93. Dhanadharma, variant of Dhana-
Devayanf, daughterof Usanas,and dharman,4, 212.
wife of Yayati, 4. 46, 47. Dhanadharman, a king, 4. 212.
Devendra= Indra, 1. 119; 4. 316, DLanaka, son of Durdama, 4. 54.
320; 5. 104, 247. Dhanakapivatjvariant of Vana-
Devi = Uma, Durga, Parvatf, <fcc., kapivat, 1. 155.
P. 60, 61, 65, 89, 90; 1. 126, Dhananando,Pali for Dhanananda,
128, 130, 133; 3. 22; 4. 260, a king, 4. 185.
262 ; 5. 88, 261, 263, &c., 310, Dhananjaya = Arjuna, son of
347- PaMu, 5. 158, 226.
Devi (?),an Apsaras,2. 81, 82. Dhananjaya,a serpent,son of
Devi= Saraswati,or Savitrf ('?), Kasyapaand Kadru, 2. 74,
2. 21. 285, <fec.
Devi,wife of Krishna(2?),o. 79. Dhananjaya,
Vyasaofthesixteenth
Devi-bhagavata-purana,P. 24, 45, Dwaparaage, 3. 35, 37.
&c., 47~5>8o>86-88; 5.332. Dhananjaya, named in the Kasi-
Devika,daughter of Gov&sana, and khanda, 3. 329.
wife of Yudhisht'ldra, 4. 159. DLanapati, an epithet of Kubera,
Devika, a river, the Deva or 5. 15.
Goggra, 2. 144, 147, 330; 4. Dlianayus, son of Pururavas, 4.
223. 13-
Devikot'a = S'oilitapura, 5. 112, Dhaneswara = Kubera. So, for
Supposedto be Devicotta. " Kubera/' has the original of
Deviratha (who '?),4. 24. 1. 119; 5. 387.
Devi-mahatmya = Durg4 - mahat- Dbaneyu, son of Raudraswa, 4.
mya, 3. 22 ; 5. 311. 128, 129.
Devotion of contemplation, 5. Dhanisht'ha,a certain asterism, 2.
225, &c. 259, &c., 308; 3. 167, 169.
Dhairya, what, 1. 138; 4. 265. Dhanur-vecla, ' military science/
Dhaman(1), variantof Dhatfi, a 3. 67; 4. 71; 5. 47.
Aishi in the fourth Manwan- Dhanusha,son of Satyadhfita,4.
tara, 3. 8. 150.
Dhamani, wife of Hrada, 2. 69. Dhanwantari,ijistructor in medical
Dhammasoko,P41i for Asoka, 4. science,3. 67 ; 4. 32. Produced
188. from the ocean, when it was
INDEX. 47

churned, 1. 144. Born as son Dharma, son of Haihaya, 4. 54.


of Dirghatainas, 4. 32. See Dharma, son of Chitraka, 4. 96.
also 1. 145, 147; 3. 118; 4. Dharma, son of Gaiidkara, 4. 119.
33- Dharma, son of Suvrata, 4. 175.
Dhanwantari, an author referred Dharma, son of Hamachandra,4.
to the court of King Vikrama- 210.
ditya, P. 8. Dharma, variant of Dharmanetra.,
Dhanya, wife of Dhruva, 1. 178. 4.54-
Dhanya, a caste in Kraunclia- Dharma, variant of Tamas, 4. 63.
dwipa,2. 197. Dharma,the Sun'sflag,2. 238.
Dhanya-mana,what, 3. 171. Dharma, ' law/ an Anga of the
Dhara, one of the Vasus, son of Yeda, 3. .67.
Dharma and Vasu, 2. 23. Dharmabhfit, son of Chitraka, 4.
Dhara,now Dbar, a city in Central 96.
India, 4. 59, 209. Dharmabhfit, variant of Dharma-
Dharafia, Dharaiia, what, in the dhfik, 4. 95, 96.
Yogaphilosophy,1. 164, 200; Dharma-dhenu,what, 5. 218, 220.
5. 237, 238, 240, 241. Dharmadhfik,sonof S'waphalka,
Dbarana, a certain mystical sym- 4. 95, 96.
bol, 2. 308. Dhannadhwaja,
or Janaka,sonof
Dharani = Bhilmi, consort of Kusadhwaja, 3. 333 ; 5. 217.
Vishnu as Parasurama,1. 151 ; Dharma-dogdhri, variant of Dhar-
5. 91. ma-dhenu,5. 218.
Dharanf,daughter of the Pitris, Dharmaketu, variously genealo-
and wife of Meru, 1. 157. gized, 4. 37.
Dharma,a Prajapati,and son of Dharmakshetra,
variantof Dharma,
Brahma, 1. 101, &c. Marries son of Suvrata, 4. 175.
thirteen daughters of Daksha, Dharmanetra, variously genealo-
1. 109. Their children, 1. gized, 4. 54.
no, <fec.Marriesten daughters Dharmanetra,variant of Ailina,
of Daksha, 2. 10, 20. Their 4. 130, 132.
children, 2. 21, &c. See also Dharmanetra, variant of Dharma,
1. in (where correct the son of Suvrata,4. 175.
spelling); 2. 200, 259, 306, Dharmapattana= Sfravasti,a city,
307; 3. 24, 68, 191 ; 4. 102, 3. 264.
in, 159, 234; 5. 387, &c. Dharmaputra,accordingto oneac-
Dharma,accordingto oneaccount, count,the Mannof the eleventh
the Yyasa of the thirteenth Manwantara, 3. 337. See
Dwapara age, 3. 37. Dharmasavaniika.
Dharma,son of Dirghatapas,4. Dbarmaraja,an epithetof Yama,
3. ii8 ; 5. 167.
48 INDEX.

Dharmaraja, an epithet of Yudhi- Dhatri, an aspect of Brahma, 1.


sht'Mra, 5. 167. 87; 2. 88; 3. 75, 123; 5.
Dharmaranya, a city founded by *5-
AmurtarajaSj 4. 15. Dhatri, son of Bhfigu and Khyati,
Dharmaratha,son of Diviratha, 4. 1. 118, 152, 157; 2. 307; 3.
124. 118.
Dharma-sainhita,
the, a metrical Dhatri(?),a &ishi in the fourth
law-book, quoted, 4. 62. Manwantara, 3. 8,
Dharmasarathi, son of Anenas,4. Dhatri, an A'ditya, 2. 27, 284, &c.
43- Dhatfi, an epithet applied to
Dharmasavarnika, Manu of the Vishnu,.5. 15, 214.
eleventh Manwantara,3. 26. Dhavali, a river, 2. 142.
Dharmasena,variant of Ambarfsha, Dhavat, variant of Arvarivat, 3. 3.
son of Mandhatfi, 3. 268. Dhenuka, a Danava, slain by
Dharmasutra, variant of Dharnia, Balabhadra, 4. 250, 272, 297,
son of Suvrata, 4. 175. 298, 325, 335 ; 5- 34, 87.
Dharmatantra, variant of Dhar- Dhenuka, wife of Kirttimat, 1.
manetra, 4. 54. 154.
Dharmavati,daughterof Ugrasena, Dhenuka, a river in S'aka-dwipa,
4. .99- 2. 199.
Dharmavfiddha, son of S'wa- Dhenuka, variant of Dhanaka, 4.
phalka, 4. 96. 54-
Dharmavfiddha, variant of Kshat- Dhi, wife of Manyu, a E-udra, 1.
travfiddha, 4. 30. 117-
Dharmeyu,son of Raudraswa,
4. Dhimat.,a iftishi in the fourth
127-129. Manwantara, according to one
Dharmin, son of Bfihadraja, 4. account,3. 8.
169. Dhimat, son of Viraj, 2. 107.
Dharmin, variant of Yatidharmaii, Dhimat, son of Pururavas,4. 13.
4. 96. Dhishaiia, descendantof Agni, and
Dharshnaka,in placeof Dharsht'aka wife of Havirdhana, 1. 192.
elsewhere,3. 255. Dhishaiia, wife of Kfisaswa, 2. 29.
Dharsht'aka,a racedescendedfrom Dhishnya, what, 2. 305.
Dhfisht'a, 3. 255, 256. Dhishnyadhipati = Dikpala, 5.
Dhataki, son of Savana, king of 247-
Pushkara-dwipa,2. 201. Dhfishana,variant of Vfishana, 4.
Dhataki, son of Yitihotra, king of 57-
Pushkara-dwipa,accordingto Dhrishna(??),variant of Yfishaiia,
one account,2. 203. 4- 57-
Dhataki,a regionin Pushkara- Dhfishnokta
(??),
variantof Vfish-
dwipa,2. 20T. ana,4. 57.
INDEX. 49

DbfisMu(?),in placeof Dhfisht'a, Dhfita, son of Dbarnia,son of


sonof Vaivaswata,3. 13 (where Gandhara,
4. 119.
correct
Dhfisht'u),
3.232,233, Dbfita,variantof &ita, sonof
255> 337>342. Chakshusha,the Manu,1. 178.
Dbfisbnu(?),variantofVfisht'a,
4. Dhfitadeva,
.daughter
of Devaka,
97- and wife of Vasudeva, 4. 98,
Dhfisht'a,sonof Yaivaswata,
Manu no, in.
of the current Manwantara, 3. Dhfitadevi, variant of Dhfitadeva,
13,14,232,233,239,255,256, 4. no.
335>
342. Dbfitabavya,
variantofVitahavya,
Dhfisht'a,sonof Nfiga, 3. 335. 3- 335-
Dhfisht'a,sonof Suvasa,4. 100. Dbfitaka, variantof Vfika, sonof
Dhfisht'a,variantofVf isharia,
4.57. Fiuruka,3. 289.
Dhfisht'a,variant of Vfishrii, son Dhfitaketu,sonof Daksbasavarna,
of Kunti, 4. 68. Manu of the ninth Manwan-
Dhfisht'a, variant of Vfishni, son tara, 3. 25.
of Bhajamana, 4. 72, 74. Dhfitarasht'ra,a king, son of
Dhfisht'a (correct the spelling), Kf ishria-dwaipayana,by Vichi-
variantof Vfisht'a,4. 97; 5.391. travirya's widow, 4. 84, 142,
Dhfisht'adyumna,
sonofDrupada, 158,232^;
5.391.
4. 148. Dhfitarasht'ra, a serpent, son of
Dhfisht'aka,variant of Dhfisht'a- Kasyapaand Kadni, I. 188;
ketu, son of Nfiga, 3. 335. 2. 74; 5. 250.
Dhfisht'aketu, son of Dhfisht'a, Dhfitarasht'ra, a Gandharva, 2.
son of Vaivaswata, 3. 255. 285, <fec.
Dhfisht'aketu, son of Satyadhfiti, Dhfitarasht'rf, daughter of Kas-
3.33L yapa, wife of Garud'a, and
Dhfisht'aketu, sonof Nfiga, 3.335. mother of geese,ducks, <fec.,2.
Dhfisht'aketu, variously genealo- 73>
gized, 4. 37, 38. Dhfitasandhi, variant of Dbruva-
Dhfisht'aketu, son of Dhfisht'a- sandhi, son of Susandbi,3. 297.
dyumna, 4. 148. Dbfitavati, a river, 2. 149.
Dhfisht'aketu,* a Kaikeya king Dhfitavrata, a form of Eudra, 1.
(different from any preceding 117.
Dhfisht'aketu?), 4. 103. Dhfitavrata, son of Dhfiti, son of
Dhfishfhi (W),variantof Vfishrii, Vijaya, 4. 126.
son of Bhajamana,4. 72. Dhfiti, ' steadiness/ daughter of
Dhfisht'i, variant of Vfishni, son of Daksha, and wife of Dharma,
Kunti,.4. 68. 1. 109, no; 4. 265.
Dhfisht'okta,variantof Vfishana, Dhfiti, wife of Manu, the Rudra,
4.57.
INDEX.

Dhfiti, sonof Jyotishmat,king of Legend of him, 1. 159, (fee.


Kusa-dwlpa, 2. 195. Vishnuraiseshim to the pole-
Dhfiti, sonof Vitahavya,3. 335. star, 1. 174. As the pole-star,
Dlifiti, son of Yajna, son of Anan- 2. 205,225-227,230,239,243,
taka, 4. 63. 270, 278, 298, 305, 306, (fee.
Dlifiti, sonof Babliru,sonof Ko- His year, 1. 49. Seealso P.
mapada,4. 67. 42, 52, 96; 1. 158, &c., 177;
Dlifiti, sonof jihuka,4. 98. 2. 2, (fee.,
99; 3. i, n.
Dhfiti, sonof Vijaya,sonof Jayacl- Dhruva,one of the Vasus,sonof
ratha,4. 125. Dharmaand Vasu,2. 23.
Dhfiti (*?),sonof Sarana,4. 109. Dhruva, son of Medhatithi,king
Dhfiti, a region in Kusa-dwfpa,2. of Plaksha-dwlpa, 2. 191.
195- Dhruva, sonof Viswamitra, 4. 28.
Dhfiti, a fabulousgroveso called, Dhruva,sonof ISTahusha,
4. 45.
2. 112. SeeGandhamadana. Dhruva, son of Vasudeva,4. 109.
Dhfiti, variant of Vishnu, a litishi Dhruva, son of Eantinara, 4. 130.
in the eleventh Manwantara, 3. Dhruva, a region in Plaksha-
26. dwipa, 2. 191.
Dhfiti, variant of Mahadhfiti, 3. Dhruva, variant of Bhuva, 2. 106.
332. Dhruvasandhi,son of Susandhi, 3.
Dhfitiketu, variant of Dhfitaketu, 297.
3. as. Dhruvasandhi,
son of Pushya, 3.
Dhfitimat, a Kishi in the thir- 324-
teenth Manwantara, 3. 28. Dhruvaswa,variant of Bfihadaswa,
Dhfitiinat, son of Kirttimat, 1. son of Sahadeva,4. 168.
i5f Dhurnaketu (?),variant
ofDhum-
Dhfitimat, son of Puriiravas,4. raketu, 3. 246.
13- Dhumapas,a classof Pitfis, 1.
Dhfitimat, son of Yavinara, 4. 123.
142. Dhumini, wife of Ajamfd'ha, 4.
Dhfitimat, variantof Puruvat(?), 140.
3. 190, 191. Dhumoriia, wife of Yama, 1. 119.
Dhfitimat, variant of Vfishnimat, Dhumrakesa,son oj: Pfithu, son of
4. 163. Vena, 1. 192.
Dhfitimati, a river, 2. 152. Dhumrakesa,son of Kfisaswa and
Dhrutapapa (?), variant of Dhuta- Archis, 2. 29.
papa, 2. 196. Dhumrakesa,sonof Kasyapa,2.70.
Dhruva, son of Uttanapada and Dhumraketu, son of Trinabindu,
Saniti, 1. 161. Directed to 3. 246.
worship Vishnu, 1. 162, <fcc. Dhurnraksha,son of Hemachand-
Performspenance;1. 165, (fee. ra, 3. 247.
INDEX.

Dhumraksha, variant of Dhum- sophy, &c., 1. 151, 164; 2.94;


raswa, 3. 247. 4. 294; o. 12, 240, 241.
Dhumranika, son of Medkatithi, Dhyanajapyas(so correctthe spell-
king of S'aka-dwipa,2. 200. ing), KausikaBrdhmans,4. 28.
Dkumranika,a region in S'aka- Dhyushitaswa,son of S'ankha-
dwipa,2. 200. nabha,3. 322-324.
Dhumraswa, sonof Suchandra,and Digambaras,religionists,3. 201,
king of Vaisali,3. 247. 207. SeeDaigambaras.
Dhumravarria,son of Ajamid'ha, Dikkaravasiui,an epithetof Devi,
4. 148. 5. 88.
Dhund'hiraja, a modern author, Dikpalas, cregents of the direc-
quoted,3. 136. tions/ 3. 171; 5, 247. See
Dhundhu, an Asura, slain by Directions, &c.
Kuvalayaswa,3. 264, 265. Dikska, wife of Ugra, the Budra,
Dlmndhu, variant of Clmnchu, 3. I. 117. Lithe same page, she
289. is calledwife of the Rudra Va-
Dhundhumara, an epithet of Ku- madeva.
valayaswa, 3. 264, 297. Diksha,what,P. 59; 5. 315.
Dhundu(?),variantof Sudyumna, Dilipa, variouslygeuealogized,
3.
4. 128. 311, 314, 316. He is called
Dhuni,sonof Apa, 2. 23. Khat'wanga,also.
Dhuni(?),variantof Dhwani,3. Dilipa,sonof Amsuniat,
3. 303.
191. Dilipa, son of Duliduha, 3. 305.
Dhur(??),
sonof A'pa,2, 23. Dilipa,sonof Bhimasena,
4. 153.
Dlmrandharas, a people,2. 160. Dilipa, a king (differentfrom any
Dhuri, variant of Dhuni, son of Dilipa namedabove*?), P. 32.
A'pa,2. 23. Dipa-kalika,the, a commentary on
Dhuri ('?),variant of Dliwani, 3. the Yajnavalkya-smfiti, quoted,
189-191. 3. 90.
Dhusulyd(?),variant of PuravatI, Dipawamso, the,a Singhalesework,
2. 149- referredto, 4. 185, 187, 189.
Dhiitapapa,a river in India, 2. Diptaketu, variant of Diptiketu,
146. 3. 25.
Dhutapapa,
a riverin Kusa-dwipa, Diptiketu, sonof Dakshasdvania,
2. 196. Manu of the ninth Manwantara,
Dhwajinyutsavasanketas
(??), a 3. 2S.
people, 2. 178. Diptimat, a Kishi in the eighth
Dhwani, one of the Vis we devas, Manwantara,sprung from Atri,
3. 190, 191. 3.23.
Dhwani, variant of Dhuni, 2. 23. Diptimat, son of Krishna and
Dhyana, what, in the Yoga philo- Rohini, 5. 79, 107.
INDEX,

Directions,regentsof the, 2. 112, D'ivdvfit (?), variantof DevAvfit,


118, 239. See Dikpalas. 2. 197.
Dirghabahu, variously genealo- Divijdta(?),son
of Purdravas,
4. 13.
gized, 3. 313, 314. Divilaka, variant of Ivilaka, 4.
Dirghasatra, what, 1. 179. 196.
Dirghatamas, son of Uchathya or Divinities. Those who preside
Utathya, 3. 16 ; 4. 122, 123, over the senses,1. 38. Classes
*34- of them, 2. 29. Those of the
Dirghatamas, variously genealo- various Manwantaras,3. 2, &c.
gized, 4. 32. Diviratha, son of Para, 4. 123,124.
Dlrghatapas,
variantof Dirghata- Divodasa,
sonof Bbimaratha,king
mas, 4. 32. of the K&sis, P. 72 ; 4. 33, &c.
Dis, a river so called, 2. 147. Divodasa, son.of Badhryaswa,4,
Dis, *space/ presiding over the I45-I47> 343-
ear, 1. 38. Divya, spn of Auttami, Manu of
Disas, wife of Bhima, the Eudra, the third Manwantara,3. 7.
.1."7- _ Divya, son of Satwata, 4. 71.
Disht'a,a king, sonof Vaivaswata, Divy4 (2),an Apsaras,2. 83.
Manu of the current Manwan- Dohadas, variant of Kalavas, 2.
tara, 3. 13, 14, 231, 232,240, 180.
241, 256>336>342. Dosha, wife of Pushp^rna,1. 178.
Dissolution,four kinds of, 1. 113, Dragons,offspringof Kasyapaand
&c.; 3. 72; 5. 186, 196. See Surasa,2. 73.
Pralaya. Drakshala, a river, 2. 146.
Diti, daughterof Daksha,andwife Draundyani,patronymof Aswat-
of Kasyapa, 1. 62, 138, 144; 2. thdman, 4. 147. (Note || in 3.
26, 70, 77,78, 80; 3. 211 ; 4.. 23,perhapsis hasty.)
265, 269. Mother of the Drauni,a &ishi in the eighth
Maruts,2. 22, 78, 79. Mother Manwantara, 3. 23.
of the Daityas,2. 30. Drauni, the Vyasa of the next
Div&kara,a E^kshasa,2. 293. Dw4paraageto come,3. 36.
Divkara,son of Prativyonia,4. Draupadi,wife of the fivePaiid'us,
168. P. 55; 3. 83; 4. 159.
Divdkfrttyas, certain Br&hmans,3. Dravavasu, son of Madhu, son of
343- Devakshattra, 4. 70.
Diva-loka, one of the sevenhea- Dravid'as, Dr&vid'aa,a people, 2.
vens, 1. 98. 177, 180, 184; 3. 295; 4. 117.
Drvirka, variant of Div&kara,son Dravid'a, son of Krishna and J,am-
of Prativyoma, 4. 168. bavati, 5. 79.
Divaspati, the Iridra of the thir- Drdvid'a, a country in the south of
teenth Manwantara, 3. 28. India, 2. 177.
INDEX. 53

Dravina, son of Pfithu, son of daughter of Himavat, wife of


Vena, 1. 192. Akfisaswa, and mother of Pra-
Dravina, son of Dhara, 2. 23. senajit, &c., 3. 265, 266, 284.
Dravina, a caste in Krauucha- Dfisht'adharma, variant of Drish-
dwipa, 2. 198. t'asarman,4. 95.
Dravina, a mountain in IGisa- Dfisht'asarman,son of-S'waphalka,
dwlpa, 2. 197. 4-95-
Dfid'hadhaims, son of Senajit, 4. Droiia, father of Asvvatthaman,2.
141. 160; 3. 23, 36,83; 4. 147; 5.
Dfid'hahanu,
variant of Dfid'ha- 130,^131,
134,135. Slainby
dhanus,4. 141. Arjuna, 5. 157, 161, 163.
Dfid'hamana(?).
See4.i97(notett). Drona,a certainhill in India, 2.
Dfid'hanenii,son of Satyadbfiti, 4. 141.
142, 143. Drona, a mountain-range in S'al-
Drid'haratha, son of Jayadratha, mala-dwlpa, 2. 194.
son of Bfibanmanas, 4. 126. Drona, variant of Prana, son of
Diid'haratha,variant of Dasaratha, Bhfigu, 3. 3.
son of Navaratlia, 4. 68. Dronakas,variant of Prosliakas,2.
Dfid'harucM, a rnler in Kusa- !87.
dwipa, 2. 197. Druhya, variant of Drahyn, son of
Dfidharucbi, a country in Kusa- Yayati, 4. 46, 119.
dwipa, 2. 197. Druliyu, son of Yayati, 4. 46, 48,
Dfid'kasena, son of Susrama, 4. &c., 118.
175, 176-- Druhyu, son of Matin ara, 4. 130.
Dfid'haswa, son of Kuvalayaswa, Druma, a river, 2. 155.
3. 265. Drupada^king of Panchala,2. 160,
Dfid'haswa(correctthe spelling), Drupada,sonof Pfishata,4. 144,
variant of Dfid'hadhanus, 4. 147, 148.
141; 5. 391. Duduha (?), son of Durgama, 4.
Dfid'hayus, son of Pururavas, 4. 119.
I3- DuKkha, 'pain/ son of Naraka
Dfishadaswa (']), variant of Vis- 1. 112.
wagaswa,3. 263. Dalisaha, P. 56. And see Dus-
Dfishadwatf, wife of Divodasa,son saha.
of BMmaratha,4. 34. DuKsala,daughterof Dhfitarash-
Dfishadwatf,wife of Usinara,4. t'ra, 4. 158.
121. Duljsasana,son of Dhfitarasht'ra,
Drishadwati (different from any 4. 158; 5. 134.
namedabove?), 4. 28. Dula, a Kfittik^i, 2. 337.
Drishadwati,a river, the Caggar, Duliduha,sonof Anamitra,sonof
P. 104; 2. 142-144. Called Nighna,3. 305.
54 INDEX.
Dumlanas, Kausika Brahmans, 4. Durga-mahatmya, a part of the
28. Markand'eya-purana,
recounting
Dundubhi, son of Dyutimat, king the exploits of the goddess
of Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197. Durga, P. 21, 56; 3. 22; 4.
Dundubhi, son of Andhaka, 4. 260, 261.
99. Durga-puja, a festival in honour of
Dundubhi, a region in Krauncha- the goddessDurga, P. 57.
dwipa, 2. 197. Duritakshaya, variant of Uru-
Dundubhi, a mountain-range in kshaya, 4. 137.
Plaksha-dwipa, 2. 191. Durjana-mukha-chapet'ika, a con-
Dundubhi, a mountain-range in troversial work on the Bha-
Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197. gavata-purana,P. 47.
Durbala, variant of Mfidu, 4. 165. Durjana-mukha-maha-chapetlka,
Durbhakshaya (?), variant of a controversialwork like the
Urukshaya, 4. 137. last, P. 47.
Durdama, son of Bhadrasrenya, Durjana - rnukha - padma-paduka,
4. 34-36> 54- another similar controversial
Durdama, variant of Durgama,son work, P. 47, 88.
of Dhfita, 4. 119. Durjaya, variant of Yfisha and
Durdamana, variant of Udayana, Sivjata conjointly, 4. 57.
4. 165, Durjayanta, a certain hill in India,
Durga, a S'akti, P. 21, 56, 71, 78, 2. 142.
86, 90 ; 1. i, 104; 3. 22, 288; Durmada, sonof Vasudeva,4. 109.
L 260, 262, 336; 5. 117, 267. Durmada, variant of Durdama, 4.
Her exploits alluded to, 4. 261. 54-
She is worshipped at Pit'ha- Durmada, variant of Durgama, son
sth4nas,4. 261. of Dhfita, 4. 119.
Durga, a river, 2. 151. Durmitra, son of Pushpamitra, 4.
Durga,a river (another),2. 153. 213-215.
Durga, ' stronghold/ 1. 94. Durmukha,. a serpent, son of Kas-
Durga Asharya,a commentator, yapa and Kadru, 2. 74.
quoted, 3. 18. Durukti, f evil speech/daughter of
Durgaha,father of the Purukutsa Krodha and Himsa, and wife
of the 6ig-vecla,3. 268. of Kali, 1. in.
Durgalas, a people, 2. 172. Diirva, variant of Mfidu, 4. i"65.
Durgama, a king, father of the Durva, what, 3. 112.
Manu Raivata, according to Durvasas,a sage, son of Atri, P.
oneaccount, 3. 9. 32, 64, 68; 1. 135, -&c., 146,
Durgama,.sonof Vasudeva,4. 109. 154; 3. 257; 4. 102; 5. 151,
Durgama, son of Dhfita, son of 381.
Dharma,4. 119. Durvi (1),variantof Mfidu, 4. 165.
INDEX. 55

Duryodhana,
sonof Dhf itaraslit'ra, Dwijati, thetermexplained,3. 96.
1. 6; 4. 81, 84, 158; 5. 130, Dwimid'ha,
sonof Hastin,4. 140.
131,134. Slainby Krishna,o. Dwimid'ha,son of Bhallat'a,4,
161. 142.
Diishana,a Bakshasa,slain by Dwimurdhan,a Danava,son of
Kama,3. 316. Kasyapaand Daim, 1. 188; 2.
Dushmanta,variant of Dushyanta, 70.
4. 116, 132. Dwlpas, ' insular continents/the
Dushyanta,variouslygenealogized, seven principal named, viz.,
4. 116, 117, i3 *32>I33- Jambu(or Jambu),Plaksha(or
Dussaha,(Dulisaha is better), Gomedaka),S'almali (or S^al-
variantof Trasadasyu, 3. 282 ; mala), Kusa, Krauncha,S'dka,
5. 391. Pushkara,2. 101, 109, no.
Duties of castesand orders, 3. 85, Specifications of their sove-
&c. reigns, divisions, inhabitants,
Dwadasakshara,a certain spell of <fec.,2. 191, &c.
twelve syllables,1. 99. Dwivida, a certain powerful mon-
Dwadasarchis = Bfihaspati, or key, slain by Balabhadra, 5.
Jupiter, 2. 257, 258. 136-139.
Dwaipayana,a Vyasa,P. 38; 3. 'Dynasties. Of the Sun, 3. 231.
23- Of the Moon, 4. 13, &c. Of
Dvvalald(?),
variantof Dalaki,3.49. future kings,4. 162, &c.
Dwapara,an ageof the world, 3. Dyumat,sonof Yasisht'ha,1. 155.
3*> 33> 34, 36;4> 4*, 254; 4. Dyumat, another name of Pratar-
237; 5. 58> i7'o>l8l> l85> &c, dana, 4. 33.
&c. Its duration,1. 50. Dyumatsena,variant of Dfid'ha-
Dwaraka, a city, P. 107; 2. 135, sena,4. 175.
172; 3. 249, 253; 4. 75, 78, Dyumna, son of Chakshusha,the
79, 81, 84, 87, 88; 5'. 63, 64, Manu, 1. 178.
68, 77, 86, 87, 89,92,97, 104, Dyumni, variant of Turii, 4. 93.
105, no, iii, 120, 123, 126, Dyuti, variant of Dhriti, son of
127,134,140, 143-146, &c., <kc., Babbru, 4. 67.
381, 382, 384. Built by Dyutimat, son of Pandu (or of
Krishna,5. 56. Submerged
by Prana?),1. 152.
the sea,5. 155. Dyutimat, son of Priyavrata, and
Dwaravati = Dwaraka, 6. 63, 77, king of Krauncha-dwipa,2. 100,
87, 104, no, 112, 126, 127, ,&c., 197-
151,155. The form Dwaravati, Dyutimat, a I-lishi in the ninth
5. 151, is not without authority. Manwantara, 3. 25.
Dwesha,what,1. 69. Dyutimat, a mountain in Kusa-
Dwijarshi= Brahmarshi,4. 52, dwipa,2, 196.
INDEX.

Earth. The element,1. 35. Fa- Elements.Evolutionof themfrom


bled as raised by the Varaha, 1. primary matter; 1. 29. As
57-61. Subduedby Prithu, 1. subtile rudiments, how pro-
186, &c. Milked by various duced, 1. 34. Further particu-
beings,1. 187, &c. Description lars of them, 1. 35, &c. Dis-
of it, 2. 109, &c. Supported position of them, 2. 232, &c.
by S'esha,the serpent, 2. 213. Successive resolution of them
Destruction of it, 5. 190, &c. into their origin, 5. 196, <fec.
Earth, the goddess, glorifies Elina, variant of Ailina, 4. 13.0,
Vishnu as the Varaha, 1. 59, <fcc. Eraka, what, 5. 142, 147.
Her song, 4, 238, 239. Op- Esht'ayas(?),a classof Apsarases,
pressedby the Daityas, she ap- 2. 82.
plies to Brahma, 4. 249. As Ether, the element. SeeA^kasa.
mother of JSTaraka, she propi- Expiation, efficacy of, 2. 222,
tiates Krishna, 5. 90, 91.
Egg of the world, how formed; a
commonsymbol among the an- Faring!, * Frank/ used as syno-
cients; the abodeof Vishnu as nymous with Huna, 2. 134.
Brahma; how composedj in- Fever, its contentionwith Kfishiia,
vested by the principles of 5. 113, 114.
creation, 1. '38, &c. Fire, as presiding over speech, 1.
Eka, synonym of Mahat, 1. 32. 38. The original fires forty-nine
Ekachakra, a Danava, son of in number, 1. 156. The one
Kasyapa and Danu, 2. 70. original fire made threefold by
Ekacharin, what, 4. 272. Pururavas, 4. n. Holy fires,
Ekalavya, son of Devasfavas,but 3. 175. Worship of fire referred
brought up amongthe ISTishadas, to, 5. 384. See also Agni and
4. 113; 5. 123, Tejas.
Ekanekarupa, what, 1. 15, Food, rules for taking, distribut-
Ekapadakas,a people, 2. 162. ing, &c.,fcc.,
3. 125, &c.. Offered
Ekapadukas
(?),a people,2. 162, at S'r&ddhas,
3. 148.
Ekasfingas,a classof Pitfis, 3.339.
Ekatwa, a kind of emancipation, Gabhastala, a Pdtala or under-
5. 242. world, 2. 209.
Ekavimsa, a collection of hymns, Gabhasti,a river in S'aka-dwfpa,
originated from Brahma, 1. 85. 2. $99,
Ekoddisht'a,a particular S'raddha, Gabhastimat,a portion of Bhara-
& 146, 153, 154, IS6- tavarsha,2. 112, 129.
Elapatra, a serpent, son of Kas- Gabhastimat, a Patala or under-
yapa and Kadru, 2. 74, 285, world, 2. 209.
287, &c.; 5. 251, Gabhira, son of Bhautya, Manu of
INDEX. 57
the fourteenth Manwautara, 3. sect worshipping Ganesa, 5.
29. 280. SeeGanapatyas.
Gabhfra,sprungfrom Rambha,4. Ganapati= Ganesa,5. 280.
43- Ganapatyas,a sect worshipping
Gachchhas,variantof Kakshas,2. Ganesa, P. 91. SeeGdriapatas.
J76- GaMvara,
variantof Gundvara,
2.
Gada,sonsofVasudevaand
R-ohinf, 8r.
4. 109. Gand'aka(vulgarly, Gunduk) =
Gada,sonof Yasudeva
and De- Gand'akl,
2.103,146,149,313;
varakshita,4. in. 3. 330. Its affluents,2. 146.
Gada,son
ofYasudeva
andBhadra, Gand'aki,
a river, 2. 121(where
4. no. correctthe spelling),146,313,
Gadavarman,sonof S'ura,4. 99. 339. SeeGand'aka.
Gadhijvariouslygenealogized,3. Gandha= Gandhamddana,the
16 j 4. 16. mountain-rangeextending from
Gahlots, a tribe now in Central Mount Meru, so called, 2. in.
India, 4. 344. Gandhakaraka
(?), variant of An-
-Gajd = Gajavitbi, 2. 276. dhak&raka, son of Dyutimat,
Gajavlthi, a certain triad of aste- and also a region in Krauncha-
risms, 2. 265. <fcc. dwfpa, 2. 197.
Galavas, Kausika Brahmans, 4. Gandhamada,son of S'waphalka,
28. 4. 96.
Galava,a Irtish!in the eighth Man- Gandhamadana,a mountain-range,
wantara, sprung from Kusika, extending from Mount Meru, 2.
2. 113 i 3. 23. 117, 122, 123 (where once
Galava,son of Eenu, 4. 28, 39, 50. correct the spelling), 140, 141,
Galava,
teacher
of theWhite Yajur- 339, 340 ; 5. 388.
veda (different from Gdlava the Gandhamadana, a mountain, 2.
feishi?),3. 57. in, 115; 4. 22; 5. 62, 146.
Gdlava,variant of Gokhalu, 3, 46. Gandhamadana,a forest to the east
Gambhira,the sameas Gabhfra, of Mount Meru, 2. 116, 117.
sonof Bhautya,theManu,3. 29. (Thereis nolittle difficultyas to*
Gambhirabuddhi,son of Indrasa- the variousGandhamadanas.)
varni, Manu,by oneaccount,of Gandhamadana, a country, the
the fourteenthManwantara,3, same as Ketumdla-varsha,2.
29. 102, 122.
Games, public, celebrated, by Gandhamocha, sonof S'waphalka,
Kamsa,5, 24,&c. *" 95-
Gana-devas,certainclasses
of demi- G^ndhdras,
a people,2. 169, 174.
gods,2. 227, Gdndhara,sprung from Turvasu,
Gdnapatas(in correct spelling),a 4. 117.
INDEX.

Gandbara,
sonof Aradwat,4. 118. Ganesa-khand'a,
a part of the
Gandhara
($), Gandhara,a coun- Brahma-vaivarta-purana,
P. 65,
try, Candahar,3. 319; 4. 118, 67.
Gandhari,wife of Vfishni, 4. 73, Ganesa-purana,P. 90.
74- Ganesa-upapurAna,P. 90; 5. nS.
Gandhari,wife of Dhritarasht'ra, Ganeyu,sonof RaudrasVa, 4. 128.
theking,4. 158. Ganga,
theriverGanges.
Daugh-
Gandharvas,celestial musicians, ter of Himavat and Mena, 1.
&c. Their origin from Brahma, 157. Daughterof Daksha,and
1. 82, 83. Offspringof Kas- wife of Dharma,2. 21. Re-
yapaand Arisht'a,2. 75. Still gardedas daughterof Jahnu,
differentlyderived,2. 27 (note 4. 14. Her descentfrom the
3). Theirchief,Chitraratha,
2. foot of Vishnu,2. 119, 272.
86. Thoseof the Veda,2. 83. Dividesinto four rivers,2. 120.
Twelve named, in connexion Divides into seven rivers, 2.
with the monthsof the year, 120(notei). A river in Bhara-
2. 285, <fcc. They assailthe tavarsha,2. 142. Its sanctity,
Nagas,3. 281, 282. Seealso 2. 273. Broughtdownto earth
1. i88j 2.76, 77; 4. 266,323- by Bhagiratha, 3. 301, &c. See
5. 12, 14, 59, 94, 101, 102, also 1. 122, 145; 2. 121, 142,
109, 234, 236, 246, 247, 386. 271; 3. 303; 5. 164.
Gandharva,a portion of Bharata- Gangadhara,a modern author,
varsha, 2. 112, 129. quoted, 1. 5.
Gandharva,the heavenof S'udras? Gangadwara,a town, 1. 122, 123;
1. 97, 98. 4. 219.
Gandharva, a form of marriage, Gangasagara,at the mouth of the
3. 105. Ganges,5. 118.
Ga"ndharva-veda,
*musical science,' Gangeya,a descendantof Ganga,
3. 67. 5. 164.
Gandharvl, an Apsaras, 2. 82. Gangu,the sameas Kuhu, 2. 342.
Gandharvf,daughterof Kasyapa Garbhasti(?),variantof Gabhasti,
and Surabhi, and mother of 2. 199.
horses,2. 75. Gardabhila, father of Vikrama-
Gandini,daughterof a king of the ditya, 5. 392.
Kasis, 4. 88, 94. Gardabhilas, variant of Garcla-
Gand'fva,Arjuna'sbow, 5. 158, bhins,4. 202, 203, 205, 206.
161, 162. Gardabhins,a people,4. 203, 205,
Gandusha,son of S'lira,4.101,113. 209.
Ganesa,son of Siva, P. 65, 89, Garga, an ancient astronomer,2.
91; 5.118,261, 263, 270,321, 113,213, 276, 277, 343; 5. 58.
347- Garga, a priest of the Yadavas,
INDEX. 59
Ms officesfor Krishna and analysisof it, &c.5P. 20, 23,
Balabhadra,4. 279, 280. 24, 83, <fcc.
: 3. 67; 5. 309,
Garga,variouslygenealogized,
4. 316.
136, 137- Garutmat = Garud'a, son of Kas-
Garga,son of Bhuvanmanyu,4. yapa,5. 101, 120, 123, 125.
i36? I37- Gatha,defined,&c., 3. 66, 197,
Garga,sonof Pratardana,4. 36. 338, 340.
Garga,a Brahman,fatherof Kala- Gathin,old form of Gadhi,4. 16.
yavana,5. 53, 54. Gati, daughterof Kardama,and
Gargas,variant of Gargyas^&a, wife of Pulaha,1. no.
4. 137, 138. Gatra,sonof Yasisht'ha,1. 155;
Gargabhumi, son of Gargya, son 30
. o.
of Yenuhotra, 4. 38. Gatravat, son of Krishna and
Garga-samlrita,an ancient astro- Lakshmaria, 5. Si> 107.
nomicalwork, 2. 213, Gaud'a,countries so called, 3.
Gargyas,sprung from Garga, son 263.
of Bhuvanmanyu,and trans- Gaura,fthe white deer,51. 72.
formed from Kshattriyasinto Gaurakfishna,
sonof Meghaswati,
Bra"hmans,4. 137. 4. 200.
Gargya,son of Balaka, disciple Gauramukha,family - priest of
of Bashkali,and teacherof the Ugrasena, 5. 382.
Iclig-veda,
3. 50. Gauri, a S'akti, wife of Siva, 1.
Gargya,sonof Yenuhotra,4. 38, 104, 119; 5. 108. See also
39- Parvati and Bhutigaurl
Gargya
(?),variantofGarga,
father Gauri,wifeof Virajas,1. 153; 2.
of Kalayavana, 5. 53, 54. 262*
Garhapatyas,
a classof Pitfis,3. Gauri, variously genealogized,
339- mother of Mandhatfi, 3. 266 ;
Garhapatya,
a particular
holyfire, 4. 130. Changedinto the
3. 175; 4. ii; 5. 114. river Bahuda,3. 266.
Garnd'a,son of Kasyapaand Gauri,sisterof S'isirayana,
and
Vinata,2. 73. Kingof birds, wife of Garga,5. 53.
1. 198; 2. 85. Biddenby Gauri,a river in Bharatavarsha,
Vishnu,3. 205. His city,,on 2. 149.
Yaikanka,2. 118. Seealso Gauri,a riverin Krauncha-dwfpa,
P. 83, 84; 2. 28, 66; 4.251, 2. 198.
287,295,317; 5. 89, 92, 93, Gauri,the term,usedof a girl,
98, 100, 101, 105, 113, 115; defined,3. 102, 197, 198.
120, 123-125,382. Gaurika,m^tronymof Mandhatfi,
Garud'a.a Kalpa,P. 83. 3. 266.
Garud'a-purana,
Gamd'a-p.ura*na.
Gautama,
a Prajapati,son of
6o INDEX.

Brahma, 1. 101, 137; 2. 285," origin from Brahma, 1.86. Re-


&c. i 3. 327; 4. 24. His her- gardedasa horseof the Sun, 2.
mitage, where, 3. 331. 239-
Gautama,a &ishi in the current Gehlots= Gahlots,4. 59, 344.
Manwantara,3. 13. Gems, fourteen great, 4. 61, 62.
Gautama,an ancient lawgiver, Gepa(?),variantof S'esha,
5. 383.
quoted, or referred to, 3. 89, Geshaf?),variant of S'esha,5. 383.
113, 114, 338. Ghanakapivat,variant of Vauaka-
Gautama, the Vyasa of the twen- pivat, 1. 155.
tieth Dwapara age, 3. 35, 37. Ghanasyama,an epithet of Krish-
Gautama = S'aradwat, 3. 16 ; 4. na, 5. 13.
146. Gharma,variant of Dharma, son
Gautama = Buddha, 4. 5, 325. of Gandhara,4. 119.
Gautama-smfiti, the, an ancient Ghat'akarpara,a poet, referred to
codeof law, quoted,or referred thecourtof King Vikramaditya,
to, 3. 89, 113. P. 8.
Gautamfputra, variant of Gotami- Ghat'asfinjayas,a people, 2. 180.
putra, 4. 198, 201. Ghatlka, a measure of time, 1.
Gavavartis(?), variant of Mala- 47 ; 3. 120, 187 (notef).
vartis (?),2. 157. Ghat'otkacha,
son of Bhimasena,
Gavavartilas,variantof Malavar- sonof Pand'u,4. 159.
tis(J), 2. 157. Ghora, a hell (?, or the epithet of
Gaveshana, sonof Chitraka, 4. 96. one^), 2. 216.
Gavya, ' produce of kine/ offered Ghorata, ' terror/ a property of
to the Pitfis, 3. 193. sensibleobjects, 1. 37.
Gaya, son of Ulmuka, 1. 178. Ghosha, son of Dharma and
Gaya, son of Havirdhana, 1. 192. Lamba, 2. 22.
Gaya, son of Nakta, 2. 107. Ghosha, variant of Ghoshavasu,
Gaya, son of Sudyumna, 3. 237. 4. 192.
Gaya, son of Vitatha, 4. 136. Ghoshavasu,son of Pulindaka, 4.
Gaya,a town, P. 60; 3. 194, 197, 192.
237; 4. 189. Ghfita, the sea of boiled butter
Gaya,variantof S'ala,3. 321. aroundKusa-dwipa,2. 197.
Gaya-mahatmya, a part of the Ghfita, variant of Dhfita, son of
Agni-purana, P. 60. Dharma, 4. 119.
Gayatrametre= Gayatri,1. 84. Ghfitachi,an Apsaras,1. 145; 2.
Gayatri, the holiest verseof the 75,81-83,285,288, 291,293;
Vedas, P. 39>49] 2- 255 25^ 4. 128, 129.
295; 3- 38; 4. 10; o. 290, Ghfitachyuta, a river in Kusa-
308. dwipa, 2. 197.
Gciyatri, a metre so called. Its Ghf itapfisht'ha,son of Priyavrata,
INDEX. 61

and king of Krauncha-dwipa, Gods, proceededfrom Brahma, 1.


2. 100, 198. 79, They are overcomeby the
Ghfitasthala, an Apsaras, 2. 81. demons, 1. 138. They chum
Ghfitavati, variant of Dhfitavati, the ocean, 1. 143. Inferior
2. 149. gods, offspring of Dharma and
Ghfiteyn, son of Eaudraswa,4. of Daksha,2. 21, &c., 26, &c.
128, 129. Thirty-three in number, 2. 29.
Giri, son of S'waphalka,4. 95, 96. Thirty-six thousand, three hun-
Girija, a form of Parvati,P. 89. dred,and thirty-three,in num-
Girika, wife of Vasu, son of Kfi- ber, 2. 300.
taka, 4. 149. Goddvari, a river, P. 76 ; 2. 130,
Girikshipa, variant of Ariksliipa, 132, 142 ; 5. 112, 389.
4. 96. Godhas,variant of Sodhas,2. 163.
Girirakshas,
sonof S'waphalka,
4. Godhana,
sonof S'waphalka,
4. 96.
95>96. Goghnatas,
a people,2. 163.
Girivraja = Kajagfiha, a city in Gok&mukha, a mountainin India,
Magadha, 4. 15, 180. 2, 141.
Girnar, the popular name of a Gokhala,variantof Gokhalu,3. 46.
rangeof mountainsin Western Gokhalu,discipleof S'akalya,and
India, 2. 141. teacherof the Kig-veda,3. 46.
Girvdna-pada-manjari,the, a mo- Gokhalya(]), discipleof S'&kalya,
dernwork,quoted,3. 136,222, 3. 46. SeeGokhalu.
Glrvdna-^abda-pada-manjari, the Gokula,a place,4. 260,275,276,
sameas the last, 3. 136, 279, 2^9, 290, 305, 3*5-3I7>
Girvna-vg-manjari,the sameas 335, 342; 5. r, 4, 9, 43.
the last, 3. 136. GoUdhyaya,the, an astronomical
Gita = Bhagavad-gita, 5. 185. work,referredto, 2. 113.
Gnosticism,referred to, 4. 326. Golaka, disciple of S'akalya, and
Go,daughterof the Barhishads, teacher
ef thefog-veda,
3. 46.
3. 161. Golava, variant of Galava,teacher
Go, daughter of Kakutstha, and of the White Yajur-veda, 3. 57.
wife of Yati, 4. 45. Gold, soil of, 2. 204.
Go,wife of Brahmadatta,
4. 142. Goloka,a region,the heavenof
Go = GoYlthf, 2. 276. Krishna and of kine, P. 66 ; 1.
Gobhanu, son of Vahni, son of 98; 2. 230; 4. 318, 319.
Turvasu, 4. 116. "Gomanta, a hill in India, 2. 142 ;
Gobhila, eponymistof the tribe of 5. 66.
Gahlots, 4. 344. Gomantas,variant of Goghnatas,
Gochapala,daughter of Kaudras- 2. 164.
wa, and wife of Prabhdkara,4. Gomati,-a river in Oucle, 2. 2,
129. 121, 146; 4, 34-36-
62 INDEX.

Gomati, a river in Naimisha, P. Gotama,an ancient lawgiver. See


52; 3. 170. Gautama,the correctform.
Gomatl, a river affluent to the Gotamiputra, Gotamfputra S'risa-
Sindhu,3. 170. takarni, son of S^ivaswati,4.
Gomatiputra, variant of Gotami- 198.
putra,4. 198. Gotra,what,3. 121,152, 196; 4.
Gomeda, a mountain-range in 28, 58.
Plaksha-dwlpa, 2. 191. Gova, a country in India, 2. 164.
Gomedaka, a certain Dwlpa or Govarasht'ra,now popularly called
continent, 2. no, Goa, 2. 179.
Gomukha, variant of Gokhalu, 3. Govardhana, a modern author, a
46. work of his named, 5. 379.
Gopas, inhabitants of Gokula, 4. Govardhana,a hill in India, 2.141;
279, &c. Associatesof Krishna ^S1^ 3*5-317,322,325, 335;
in his disports, 4. 285, <fec. 5. 34, 45. The Gopasworship
Gopa(2),a country,2. 164. it, 4. 312. It is lifted up by
Gopajala, daughter of Raudraswa, Krishna, 4. 315.
and wife of Prabhakara,4. 129. Govasana,king of the Slbis,. 4.
Gopala, an epithet of Vishnu or 159-
Krishna, 5v34, Goviuda = Vishnu or Krishna, P.
Gopala Bhat't'a,a modem mathe- 22; 1. 60, 65, 119, 164; 3.
matical writer,referred to, L 48. 80; 4. 277, 295, 300, 301,
Gopalaka,variant of Palaka,4. 318, 324, 339, 340, ^42 j 5.
178. 8-10, 22, 38, 41, 46, 56, 57,
Gopalakachchhas, variant of Go- 64, 89, 90, 92, 97, 100, &c.,
palakakshas, 2. 176. &c. Fancifuletymologyof the
Gopalakakshas, a people,2. 176. word,4. 318.
Goparasht'ras,a people,2. 164. GovitM, a certain triad of aste-
Gopati,sonof S'ibi,4. 24. risms,2. 265, <fec.
Gopis,mistressesof Krishna, P. Grains, esculentand sacrificial,
66,&c. &c. ; 4. 322, &c. Their their names,]. 94, <fcc.
grief at Krishna'sdeparture,5. Grama,what, 1. 94.
8, &c. Gramani,the sameas Yaksha,an
Gorakshaswasri(?), variant of attendanton the Sun, 2. 284,
Gaurakfishna,&c.,4. 200. &c., 290,&c.; 5. 251.
Gosava,a certain sacrifice,its' Graphics,remarkson, 1. 94; 2.
origin, 1. 85. ioo? 179,187, 193, 195, 196;
Gosht'hl,a particular S'raddha,3. 3. 27, 46, 221, 241, 323; 4.
147. 109, 112, 121, 141, 164, 203,
Gotama,sprungfrom Utathya, 3. 206.; 5. 24, 39, 77, 83, 105,
16. 115, 117,247, 255.
INDEX.

Greeks,calledYavanasor Yonas, foulness,and darkness,1. 26,


2. 181. 68.
Gridhra,son of Krishna and Mi- Gunamukhya, an Apsaras,2. 81.
travinda,5. 79. Gunavara,an Apsaras,2. Si.
Gfidhrara Rishiin the fourteenth Guptas,a dynasty,P. 109, in;
Manwantara, 3, 28. 4. 218, 219, 224.
Gfidhrakut'a,a mountainin India, Gupta,a nameappropriateto a
4. 24. Vaisya,3. 99.
Gfidhramojandhaka(.^), son of Gurganas,
variantof Tangarias,
2.
S'waphalka,
4. 96. 181.
Gfidhri = Gfidhrika,2. 73* Guru,variantof Euchiradhi,4.137.
Gfidhrika, daughterof Kasyapa Guru, ' spiritual guide/ 3. 92, et
and Tamra,and motherof vul- passim.
tures,2. 73. Gurudhi, variant of Ruchiradbi,
Gfihastha, chouseholder/ His 4. 137.
duties,3. 93. His fixed duties, Gurukshepa, sonof Bfihatksliana,
3. 107,&c. His miscellaneous 4. 167.
duties,3. 135,&c. Gurund'as,a dynasty,4. 206.
Gfihya-sutras,various,referredto, Guruvirya,variantof Ruchiradhi,
. 3. 112-114, 168, 338. 4. 137.
Gfinjima (?), variantof Sfiiijaya, Guru-vyakhya,the, a metrical
4. 113. gloss, quoted, 5. 379.
Gfitsam-ada, son of S'unahotra, Gwalpara, the popular name of a
&c., 4. 30-32, 40. town in Assam, 5. 113.
Gf itsamati, variant of Gfitsamada, Gypsies,speculations
' touching the,
4. 136. 4. 58.
Gfitsatamas,variant of Dirghata-
mas, 4. 32. Haha, a Gandharva, 2. 285, <fcc.;
Guhas,a people, 4. 220. 3. 249.
Guha, a prince of the ISTishadas, Hahaka, variant of Haha, 2. 286.
4. 220. Haihayas, a tribe. They conquer
Guha= Karttikeya, 3. 22 ,-5. 115, Bahu, 3. 289. They are con-
116. quered by Sagara, 3. 291, 292.
G-uhila= Gobhila, 4. 344. Parasurdmatriumphs over them,
Guhyakas,servants of Kubera, 1. 3. 316. They invade the king
122; 3. 116; 4. 52, 266, 281; of the Kasis, 4. 40. Five divi-
5. 138. ' sions of them, 4. 58. Of Scy-
Guhya-vidy4, ' knowledgeof mys- thian origin, 4. 60. Began
tical prayers and incantations/ from Haihaya, father of a hun-
1. 148. dred sons, 4. 40. See also 4.
Gunas, ' qualities,' viz., goodness, 2i, 24, 61.
64 INDEX.

Haihayas,a dynastyso called,4. Harnsapadi,an Apsaras,2. 83.


184. Hanta,a mysticalexclamation, 3.
Haihaya, son of Yatsa, and father 122, 123.
of thehundredHaihayas,4. 40. Hantakara= Hanta, 3. 122.
Haihaya, variously genealogized, Hanuman-nat'aka, a drama, re-
4. 53>54- ferredto, 2. 231.
Haima-kosa, the, a vocabulary,
re- Hanumat,the monkey-god, names
ferredto, 2. 148,149,154,156, of, &c., P. 50; 1. 117; 5. 387.
157, 160, 167, 172-174,177, Hara,a form of Rudraor Siva, 1.
179. SeeHemachandra, the 134; 2. 24, 25; 4. 272; 5.53,
name of its author. 108, 115, 386.
Haimasaila, variant of Hemasaila, Harakesa,variant of Harikesa, 2.
2. 196. 297.
Haimavatija S'akti,P. 79. Haris,a classof godsin the fourth
Hair, how worn by ancientna- Manwantara,3. 7, 17. Their
tions, 3. 294. origin, 2. 26.
Haitukas, a sect, 3. 222. Hari, or Krishna, a form of Vishnu,
Hala, variously genealogized,
4. andsonof Vasudeva,
P. 21,<fec.;
197, 201. 1. 13, 41, 118, &c.; 3. 17, 75,
Hala, 4ploughshare,' 5. 51, 67, &c.; 4. 106, no, 251, 257,
134, 137. CompareSlra. 259, 264, 272, 276, 289, 295,
Halahala, a specificpoison, 1. 147. 3*5> 3i7? 322, 331; 5. 2-4,8,
Halayudha, an epithet of Bala- 10, 11, 21, 22, 35, 36, 39, 44,
bhadra, 5. 63, 85, 133, 135, 45; 5> 51* 58> 62, 64, 70, 76,
137. 84, 87, 89, 90, 93, 98, 99, 102,
Haleya, variant of Hala, 4. 197. &c. <fec.
Halin, an epithet of Balabhadra, Hari, an author, referred to the
5. 84, 135, 137. court of King Vikramaditya,
Hamsa,
sonofVasudeva,
4.111 p:9'
(wherecorrectthespelling);5. Hari,a mountainin Kusa-dwipa,
391' 2. 196.
Hamsa,a castein Plaksha-dwipa,Haii, variantof Harita,4. 64.
2. 193. Haridwara, a town,nowHardwar,
Hamsa,a horseof the Moon,2. 1. 123; 3. 303.
299. Harikesa,a certainrayof thesun,
Hamsa,a mountain-range to the 2. 297,298; 5. 191.
north of Mount Merii, 2. 117, Harimedhas,father of Hari, father
123(wherecorrectthespelling), of the Haris, 3. 17.
339- Hariiii, mother of Hari, father of
Hapisamargas,
a people,2. 187. theHaris,3. 17.
Hamsapada,
an Apsaras,2. 82. Haripura,a city, P. 34.
INDEX.

Hariscliandra, son of Trisanku, 3. Harsha, son of Krishna and Mi-


261, 287 ; 4. 25, 27. Elevated, travinda, 5. 79.
with his subjects, to heaven,P. Harsha, a king (onewith Harsha-
56; 3. 288. vardhana?),
2. 341.
Hariskeria,son of Brahmasavanii, Harsha, a king (different, per-
Mann of the tenth Manwautara, haps), 4. 190.
3. 26. Ilarsha-charita, the, a medieval
Harisrava, a river, 2. 151. chronicle, referred to, 2. 164;
Haritas, a class of gods in the 3. 268, 318, 340; 4. 137, 172,
twelfth Mairwantara, 3. 27. 180, 191, 217; 5. 389.
Haritas, Haritas, a race sprung Harshaka, variant of Darbhaka,
from Harita, sonof Yuvanaswa, 4. 182.
3. 280, 281. Harshakfit, son of Bhajamana,son
Haritas, a people(the sameas the of Satwata, 4. 72.
last?),2. 186,339. liarshana, variant of Haryanga,
Harita, son of Vapushmat,king of 4. 125.
S'almala-dwipa,2. 193. Harshavardhana, son of Yajna-
Harita, discipleof Lomaliarshana, krita, 4. 44.
and teacher of the Puranas,3. Harshavarclliana,a medieval king,
6s-
Harita, Harita, son of Yuvanas\va, Harya, mother of the gods called
3. 280, 281. Haris, 3. 17.
Harita, son of Kohitaswa, 3. 288. Haryadsvana,son of Jaya, 4. 44.
Harita, variously genealogized, Haryaksha, son of Pfithu, I. 192.
king of Videha, 4. 63, 64. Haryanga, son of Champa,son of
Harita, a division of S'almala- Prithulaksha, 4. 125.
dwipa, 2. 193. Haryaswas, five or ten thousand,
Harita, variant of Haritaka, 4. sonsof Daksha, 2. 13, &c.
28. Haryaswa,yariously genealogized,
Haritaka, variouslygenealogized, 3. 265.
4. 28. Haryaswa (another), variously
Haritaswa, son of Sudyumna, 3, genealogized,3. 284.
237- Harj'aswa, son of Dhfisht'aketu,
Harivamsa, a mythological work, son of Satyadhfiti, 3. 331.
its character,P. 43, 92. HaryasVa, king of the Kasis, 4.
Harivarsha, son of Agnidhra, and 40.
king of Niskadha, 2, 102. Haryasvva,sonof Chakshus,son of
Harivarsha, a region far north of Purujanu, 4. 144.
Bharatavarska, 2. in, 114. Haryaswa, variant of Harshavar-
Harsha, 'joy,7 son of Kama, 1. dhana, son of Yajnakfita, 4.
in. 44.
E
66 INDEX.

Havyaswata,variously genealo- Havya, variant of Bhavya, the


gized,4, 43, 44, llishi so called,3. 25.
Haryatas,a tribe in CentralIndia, Havyav&hana, son of S'uchi/son
4.53. of Vahni, 1. 156.
Haryatman= Uttama, the Vyasa, Hayas (?), a tribe, 4. 60.
3.35- Haya, variouslygenealogized,
4.
Haryavana, variant of Harya- 53, 54-
dwana, 4. 44. Hayagriva, son of Ka^yapa, P. 49;
Hasta,sonof Vasisht'ha,
1. 155. 2. 70. His abode, 2. 211.
Hasta, a certain asterism, 2. 265, Slain by Vishnu, 5. 3, 90.
&c. ; 3. 132. Hayagrivahan, an epithet of Vish-
Hastily variously genealogized;4. nu, 5. 3.
138-140. Hayasira,daughter of Vais\vanara,
Hastinapura, Hastinapnra, a city. and wife of Kratu, 2. 71.
Founded by King Hastin, 4. Hayasiras, daughter of Vfisha-
139. "Where situated, 4. 139. parvan, 2. 70.
Washedawayby the Ganges,4. Hayasiras = Hayasirsha, 2. 125
164. Undermined by Bala- .(where correct the spelling),
bhadra, 5. 134. See also P. 339; 5. 3.
40, 107 ; 4. 145; 5. 131, 135, Hayasirsha, a form of Vishnu, 5.
160. 2; 3'
Hastisoma,a river, 2. 147. Hayasirsha-pancharatra, a metrical
Havilisaiiisthas, certain sacrifices, work, quoted, 3. 223.
3. 112, 113. Hells, different, &c., 2. 214, <fec.;
Havindhra, a Prajapati in the 5. 207, &c.
second Manwantara, son of Hema, son of Ushadratha, 4.
Vasisht'ha, 3. 5. 122.
Havirbhu, daughter of Kardama, Heina, an Apsaras, 2. 82, 83.
and wife of Pulastya, 1. no, Hema, a river, 2. 149.
154- Hemachandra, son of Visala, 3.
Havirbhujes = Havishmats,3.162. 247.
Havirdhana, son of Antardhana, Hemachandra,author of a voca-
son of Pfithu, 1. 192, 193. bulary, <fcc.<kc., 2. 82, 141-
Havishmats, a class of Pitfis, sons 143 ; 3. 122, 246; 4. 171; 5.
of Angiras, 3. 163. 364. SeeHaima-kosa.
Havishmat,a Kishi, or feshis,in Hemadri, titular author of the
the sixth and eleventhManwan- S'raddha-kalpa,P. 50, 51 " 3.
taras, 3. 12, 14, 26. 148, 166, 189-191, 198, 199,
Havya, son of Atri, 1. 154. 339-
Havya, *boiled butter offeredto Hemaka,a Daitya (?),his abode,
the gods,' 2. 58. 2, 211.
INDEX.

Hemakut'a, a mountain-range, 2. Hiranraaya - Hiranwat, 2. 102.


102, in, 114?282. Hiraninuya, a region lying to the
Hemasaila,a mountain in Kusa- north of Siddhapura,&c.,2. 1119
dwipa, 2. 196. 115.
Hemasfinga, a mountain, on which Hiranwat, son of Agnidhra, king
stands the city of Brahma, 2. of Jambu-dwipa,himself ruling
118. over S'weta,2. 102 (where cor-
Heretics. Sects of them, 1. 96. rect the spelling), 339.
Jabas, Bauddhas, c., 3. 206, Hiramvati, a river, 2. 149, 339.
&c. The sin of intercoursewith Hiraiiyagarbha, a form of Vishnu,
them, 3. 225. 1. 13, 164.
Hermit, the duties of a, 3, 94, 95. Hiraiiyagarbha = Brahma,1. 106 ;
Heti, a Eakshasa,presiding over 2. 229, 317 j 3. 6, 121, 230;
the month of Madhu, &c., 2. 5. 231, 233, 234, 236, 247.
285, &c. Hiraiiyagarbha = Agni, 3. 162.
Hid'imba, wife of Bhiinasena,son Hirariyakasipu, son of Kasyapa
of Pand'u,4. 159. and Diti, and a king of the
Him a, a country to the south of Daityas, 2. 30. His power, and
Himavat, 2. 102, 103. his enmity to Vishnu, 2. 34, <kc.
Hirnachala = Himalaya, 3. 254 " Vishnu, as Narasimha,puts him
4- 33, 34- .to death, 2. 64, 65 ; 4. 104,
II i madri = Him alaya, 1. 129; 2. 106. Seealso 2. 71 ; 3. 201 ;
127. 4. 250, 259.
Hiniagiri, a mountain-rangeto the Hiranyakshas,Kausika Bralimans,
north of Lanka, 2. 111. 4. 28.
Himalaya, a range of mountains., Hiranyaksha, a celebratedDaitya,
1. 8; 2. 130; 3. 254. son of Kasyapaand Diti, 2. 30.
Himavat, husband of Mena, and His city, where, 2. 211. See
father of Sati, 1. 118. Seealso also 1. 62 ; 2. 69-71 ; 4. 132.
1. 157, 190; 3. 265. Identi- Hiraiiyaksh'a,sonof S'alavati,4.28.
fied with a mountain-range,1. Hiranyaloman = Hiranyaroman,2.
122; 2. 86, 114, 118, 130, 282. 262.
King of mountains, 1. 188. Hiranyanabha, son of Viswasaha,
Himavat-khand'a,
a part of the discipleof Jaimini,and teacher
Skanda-purana,P. 73. of the Sama-veda, 3. 58-61,
Himsa, (violence,'wife of Adh- 323, 324; 4. 143.
. arma,1. in. Calleddaughter Hiranyapura,a city floatingin the
of Lobha, and wife of Krodha, air, inhabited by certainDaityas,
1. in. 2. 72.
Hindus,their origin,andtheir first Hiranyaratha,variant of Dhar-
settlementsin India, P. ioi? &c. maratha, 4. 124.
68 INDEX.

Hiranyaretas,son of Priyavrata, Householder,the duties of a, 3.


and king of Kusa-dwipa,2, 100, 94, &c., 107, &c., 135, &c.
,197* Hrada,
sonof Hiranyakasipu,
2.
Hiranyaroman, a BisM in the fifth. 30, 69; 3. 201; 5. 349
Manwantara, 3. 10. Hraswaroman,son of Suvarnaro-
Hiranyaromaiij a Lokapala, son of man, 3. 332.
Parjanyaand Marichi, 1. 154; Hri, ' modesty,'daughterof Dak-
2. 263. Regentof the north, sha,andwifeof Dharma,1. no.
2. 86. Dwells on the Loka- Hfidika, son of Swayaiiibhoja, 4.
loka mountains, 2. 262. 99, 100.
liiraiiyasht'hiva, a mountain in Hfidika, variant of Hfidika, 4. 99.
Plaksha-dwlpa,2. 193. HfisLikesa, a title of Vishnu, 1.
Hirariyavati, the Ilirana or Little 2, 3; 2. 8, 94; 4. 278; 5. 93.
Gunduk river, 2. 149. Huhu, Huhu, Huhu, or Huhu, a
Hitaswa, variant of Samhataswa, Gandharva, 2. 285, 286, &c. ;
3. 265. 3. 249,
Hlada = Hrada, 2. 30, 69. Huiias, a people, 2. 133-135,
Hladini, a river, 2. 120, 121. 182 ; 4. 60, 206, 209.
Homa-dhenu,what, 5. 218. Hundes, the now current name
Hora, what, 4. 66. of the country where Lake
Horse of Indra, and that of the Manasarovarais situated, 2.340.
Sun, produced at the churning Hunus = Hunas, (?) 2. 340.
of the ocean, 1, 147. Seven Hutabhuj = Agni, 1. 180.
horses of the Sun, 239- Hutahavyavaha, son of Dliara, 2.
Horses of the Moon, 2. 299. 23-
Budha's eight horses, 2. 304. Hutasa, what, 4. 254.
S'ukra's ten horses, 2. 304. Hutasana,t the godof flame,'1.138.
Bhauma's eight, 2. 304. Bfi- Hylozoism, as treated by Cud-
haspati'seight, 2. 304. S'anais- worth, 1. 66,
chara's, the number unspeci- Hymns. To Vishnu, by Earth,
fied,2. 304. Eahu's eight, 2. 1. 59, &c. By Brahmji and
304. Ketu's eight, 2. 305. the gods,1. 139,(fee. To Sri,
Krishna's four horses, S'aibya, by Indra, 1. 148, <fec. To
Sugriva, Meghapushpa,and Vishnu, by Dhruva, 1. 169,
Balahaka, 4. 83. <fec. By the Prachetasas, 1.
Hospitality,the dutiesof, 3. 120, 196, &c. By Prahlada,2. 57,
121. (fee. By the Pitfis, 3. 170,
llotraka, sonof Kanchana,4. 14. 197; 5. 249. By Brahma,4.
Hotii, a sort of priest who chants 251, &c. To Krishna,by Ka-
hymnsof theliig-veda,
3. 43, liya,4. 293,(fee.By Akriira,
327- 5. 14. &c. By Aditi, 5. 93, <fcc.
INDEX. 69

Hypostases,
three,of Vishnu,1.13. Ikshurasoda,Ikshurasodaka,a
sea of molasses, surrounding
Id'a = Ila, 3. 70, 234. Plaksha-dwipa, 2. 193, 194.
Id'a, variantof Ira, 2. 26. Ikshwakus(?"),a people.,
3. 343.
Id'aspati,a title of Vishnu,2. 17. Ikshwaku,sonof Vaivaswata,the
Id'avid'a, son of Dasaratha. son of Manu, 3. 13, 231-233, 297.
Miilaka, 3. 311. Generated by a sneeze,3. 259.
Id'avid'a,daughterof Tfinabindu In the Kfita age,sonof Kslm-
and Alambusha, and wife of pa, 3. 243. A king in the
Visravas, 1. 154 ; 3. 246. currentManwantara,3. 13, 14.
Called wife of Pulastya, and A Rajarshi, 3. 68. A hymn
mother of Visravas, 3. 246. of the Pitfis, heard by him, 3.
SeeIlivila and Ivid'a. 197. Performs an Aswamedha,
Id'avila,variantof Id'avid'a.,
3. 311. 3. 234. Has a hundredsons,
Idhmajihwa, son of Priyavrata, 3. 259. His sons probably
and king of Plaksha-dwipa, 2. colonizersof various parts of
100,193. India, 3. 260. First king of
Id'ivid'a,variant
of Id'avid'a,3. 311. Ayodhya,P. 106; 3. 261. See
Idwatsara,a certaincyclic year, alsoP. 107; 3. 238, 304, 309,
2. 255. 326, 327, 343 " 4. 18, 125,
Ignorance, fivefold,and the origin 130, 167, 170, 171, 172,237,
of beings, 1. 69. The nature 240.
and causeof it, 5. 223, &c, II or Ilus of the Plioenicians,
iden-
fjikas, a people,2. 173. tified with Ila, 3. 235.
Ijya, ' oblation,' an emanation Ila, sonof Vaivas\vata, 3. 234-236.
from Brahma,1. 85. Ila, wife of Ugraretas,the liudra,
Iksha(11),variantof Ikshn,a river 1. 117.
in S'aka-dwipa,2. 199. Ila, daughter of Yaivaswata, wife
Ikshu, a river in Bharatavarsha, of Budha, and mother of Puru-
2. iSS- ravas, 3. 168, 232, 233, 236,
_
Iksbu, a river in S'aka-dwipa,2. 237 ; 4- 5, ii. Changed into
199. a man, 3. 234, 235.
Ikshu, the name of a sea. See Ila, wife of Vasudeva, 4, no.
Ikshttrasoda. Ila, variant of Ira, 2. 26.
Ikshuda, a river, 2. 146. Ila, variant of Ilini, 4. 131.
Ikshuka,a river, 2. 155. Ilavila, variant of Id'avid'a, 3.
Ikshula, a river, 2. 146. 311* 3X4-
Ikshumalavi,a river, 2. 145,155. Ilavila, variantof Ilivila, 3. 246.
Ikshumalini,variantof Ikshuma- SeeId'avid'a.
lavi, 2. 146. Ilavfita, son. of Agnidhra, and
Ikshnmati, a river, 2. 155, 318. king of II a"vf it a, constituting
INDEX,

the circumjacencies of Mount embryo of Diti, 2. 78. The


Hern, 2. 102. Yyasaof the seventhDwapara
Ilavfita, a region,in tlie centreof age,3. 34, 37. Is born as Ga-
which standsMount Meru, 2. dbi, 4. 16. Is vanquished by
in, 115, 116,122,124; 3. 234. the sons of Haji, 4. 42. lie
Jlbana, variant of Ilvala, 2. 71. recovers his power, 4. "43. Is
Ilin, a king, 4. 131. worshipped by the Gopas, 5.
Ilina, variant of Ailina, 4. 131, 308, &c. He rains angrily on
132. Gokula,6. 314, &c. Pie pays
Ilini, daughterof Medhatithi, or homageto Krishna.<fec.,
5. 317,
else of Yama, and wife of Tam- &c. He contendswith Krishna
sn, 4. 131. for the Parijata-tree, 5. 97, &c.
Ilirila, variant of Ilivila, 3. 246. Is defeated in his attempt, 5.
Ilivila, daughter of Trinabindu, 102, &c. His city, Yaswauka-
3. 246. SeeId'avida. sara,its situation,&c., 2. 112,
Ilivila, variantof Id'avid'a,3. 311. 118, 239, 240: and seeAmara-
Ilus. SeeII. vati. His sphere, 1. 97; 4.
Ihvala, a celebrateddemon,son of 217 : and see Indra-loka. A
Hrada, 2. 69. Called sou of personification of the firma-
Viprachitti, 2. 71. ment, P. 3. His bow, the
Ilwana, variant of Ilwala, 2. 71. rainbow, 4. 284, 299; 5. 13,
Immortals, creation of the, 1. 72. 22. Is called Sahasraksha,
Impurity, periods of, for the dif- with allusion to an unclean
ferent castes,3. 153. legend, according to the Pura-
India, civilization and coloniza- nas, 4. 261, 321, 334. See
tion of, P. 102, &c. also P. 84; 1. 50; 2. 307; 3.
Indras, deities present in the 118, &c.; 4. 102, 272, 293,
various Manwantaras, 3. 3, 6, 341 ; 5. 2, 15, 43, 45, 46, 87,
7, 9, 12, 13, 23-28. 89, 93, 96, 99, 100, &c. &c.
Indras, gods attended by the See also Maghavat, S'akra,
winds, sons of Dharma and S'atakratn, S'atamakha,&c.
Marutwati, 2. 22. Indra, an Aditya, 2. 27, 285, &c.
Indra, king of the gods, 2. 85. Indra-dhwaja-samutthana"= S'ak-
Presidesover the hands, 1. 38. rotthana, 4. 308.
Husband of Indrarii or S'achl, Indra-dwipa, a portion of Bharata-
1. 119, 136; 5. 70. He slays varsha, 2. 129.
the demon Yfitra, 2. 79; 4. Indradyutnna, associated with
258; 5. 354: and see Vfitra- Yishiiu incarnate as a tortoise,
han and Yritraripu. Is cursed p. 76,78.
by Durvisas, 1. 136. Praises Indradyumna, son of Sumati, 2..
S'ri, 1. 146. <fec. Divides the 106, .
INDEX.

Indradyumna,a modernking, 5. Iravat, sonof Arjuna, 4. 160.


344- Ira vat, variant of Airavata, the
Indragopa,an insect,4. 284 ; 5. serpent,2. 293.
194. Iravati,wife of Kala,the Eudra,
Indrakila, a mountainin India, 1. 117.
2. 141. Iravati, the river Ravi or Hydra-
Indra-loka, the same as Swarga, otes, 2. 121, 144.
the heavenof Indra and of Isa = S'iva,1, 124; 2. 112. See
Kshattriyas,1. 97, 98. Is \vara.
Indrani= S'achf,
wifeof Indra,1. ba, a Sadhya,2. 22.
119i 5. 70. Isa= Vishnu,5. 43.
Indrapalita,
sonof Bandhupalita,
Isdna,a formof Eudraor S'iva,
4. 189. 1. 116; 4. 267: 5. 386, 387.
Indrapramati,
discipleof Paila, Isana,
a mountain
in S'aka-dwlpa,
and teacherof the Eig-veda, 3. 2. 200.
44-46,49. Isaria,a Kalpa,P. 58,67.
Indraprastha,
acityontheJumna, Isana,
atitleofVishnu,
4. 267.
nearDelhi, 3. 302 ; 5. 82, 150, Isana-bali,a certain sacrifice,3.
154, 160. 114.
Indrasavarni, Maim of the four- Isha, son of Vatsara, 1. 178.
teenthMarrwantara,
3. 25, 28. Isha= Aswina, a month, Sept.-
Indrasena, son of Purva, 3. 335. Oct., 2. 261.
Indrasena,
sonof Maudgalya,
4. Isha-da.nd'a,
what,2. 237.
146. Ishaudhura, a caste in S'alinala-
Indrasena, wife of Maudgalya, 4. dwipa, 2. 195.
146. Ishikas, a people, 2. 173,
Indrasena,a mountain in Plakslia- Isliika, what, 4. 4.
dwipa, 2. 193. Ishiratha, ancestor of Kusamba,
Indravaha, another name of Pu- son of Kusa, 4. 15.
r anjaya, 3. 263. Isht'i, what, 3. 233.
Indravaraja, a name of Krishna, 4. Isht'i-sraddha, a certain mortuary
318. ceremony,3. 189, 190.
Indriya, a speciesof creation, 1. Ishuka, variant of S'ncliika, 2,
74. SeeAindriyaka. 81.
Indriya-nigraha,what,in philoso- Iswara,the sameas S'iva,3. 235;
phy, 4. 294. 5. 307.
Indriyatman,a nameof Vishnu, Iswara,sonof Brahma,worshipped
1-3- in Ketumala-varsha,2. 126.
. Indu = Soma,2. 21 ; 3. x18; 4. 4. Iswara,a Eudra, 2. 25.
Ira, daughterof.Daksha,and wife Iswara,sonof Puru,souof Yayati,
of Kasyapa, 2. 26, 75. 4. 127.
INDEX.

tswara,in theology,what, 1. 3. Jahnu,a ilishi in thefourthMan-


What, in philosophy, 1. 32. wantara, 3. 8.
tswara-gita,a part of the Kurma- Jahnu,sonof Suhotra,anddrinker-
puraiia, P. 79 ; 2. 86. up of the Ganges,4. 14, 15,
Iswara-pranidhana,
what,in ethics, 138, *393343-
3. 77. Jahnu, son of Kuru, 4. 148, 152,
Iswarasena,son of S'ivadatta,4. i53> 240-
208. Jalm, son of Pushpavat,4. 150.
Iti, variant of Dhfiti, son of Ba- Jaimini, a Yogin, disciple of
bhru, 4. 67, Vyasa, and teacher of the Sa-
Itihasa, i historical tradition/ a ma-veda,P. 33, 54, 55 ; 3- 42,
term for the Mahabliarata, (fee., 58, 60, 323-325.
P. 45, 61, 98; 1. 85 ; 3. 42. Jainas, religionists, P. 33, 79,
Itikas3 variant of Ijikas, 2. 173. in. 1. 96; 2. 159, 161, 165,
Itthana, variant of Ilwala, 2. 71. 192; 3. 41, 196,201, 207, 209,
Ivid'a (?), mother of Visravas,3. 340; 4. 225 ; 5. 286,288, 299,
246. SeeId'avid'aandIlivila. 322, &c., &a, 359, &c., 388.
Ivilaka, son of Lambodara,4. 196. Noticed, or alluded to, in the
Bh&gavata-purana,2. 104, 105 ;
Jabalas, students of a branch of 4. 43.
the White Yajur-veda, 3. 57. Jaitra, the name of Krishna's
Jagaddhatri, a name of Saraswati, chariot, 5. 149.
4. 264, 266. Jajali, disciple of Pathya, and
Jagad-yoni, what, in cosmogony, teacherof the Atharva-veda, 3.
1. 21. 62.
Jagannatha,a name of Vishnu or Jalada, son of Bhavya, king of
Krishna, P. 22, 28, <fcc.&c. ; S'aka-dwipa,2. 198.
4. 315, 341 ; 5. 90, 282. Jalada, a region in S'aka-dwipa,2.
Jagannatha Tarkapanchanana, a 198.
modernlegalwriter, 3. 103, 142. Jaladhara, a mountain-range in
Jagati, a metre, its origin, 1. 85, S'aka-dwipa,2. 198.
86. Regardedasa horseof the Jalagambu, son of Siirya and
Sun, 2. 239. Nishknmbha, 5. 382.
Jagatpati, variant of Yajnapati, 5. Jalahasini, variant of Chamhsini,
177. 4. 112. And see5. 83, note .
Jaghanjaya, son of Pradyota, 4. Jalaja, variant of Jalada, asdoubly
i7s. denotative, 2. 198.
Jahnavi, metaphorical patronym Jalandhara, an Asura, the story
of Ganga,the Ganges,1. 136; of, P. 33.
3. 285;'4. 14, 157; 5. 180. Jalandhara,a name of Trigarta, 2.
Mistressof S'antanu,4. 157. 179.
INDEX. 73
Jaleswaratirtha,a place of pilgri- gold, used by the Siddhas, 2.
mage on the river jSTarmada, in, 116.
5. 118. Jambunadi, a river, 2. in, 121.
Jaleyu.sonof Kaudraswa,
4. 127, Jambunadi(the sameas Jambu-
128, 129. nadi ?), a river, 2. 151.
Jalpa,a Bishi in the fourth Man- Jami, Jami, variant of Yami or
wantara,3. 8. Yamij 2. 21.
Jamadagni,
a Bishi,sonof Eichi- Janaka,
or Dharmadhwaja,
sonof
ka,and fatherof Parasurama,
2. Kusadhwaja,5. 217.
285,&c.; 3. 13, 15, 16, 80; Janaka,sonof Nimi, 3. 45, 53,
4. 18, 19,<fec.Is slain by the 3^, 330, 331, 335.
sonsof Kdrtavirya,4. 22. Janaka,king of the Kasis,3. 220.
Jamadagnya,
patronymof Para- Janaka,
of Videlia,fatherof Sfta,
surama,3. 23 " 4. 23. 3. 331; 4. 84, 146, 238.
Jambavat,king of bears. He Janaka,sonof Yisakhayupa,4.179.
slaystlie lion that killed Pra- Janaka,son of Mitadhwaja, or
sena,4. 76. He contendswith, Khaiidika, 5. 214, 217.
and is overcomeby, Krishna, 4. Janaka(oneof the Janakasalready
78,79. Krishna accepts.his named?),5. 88.
daughterJambavatias a bride, Janaka,,a title ('?"),5. 217. (It
4. 79. maybe added,that the persons
Jambavati, daughter of Jambavat, named Janaka are not always
and wife of Krishna, 4. 79, easily distinguished.)
112; 5.. 78, 79, 82, 97, 107, Janaki, patronym of Sita, 4. 107.
130, 142. Identifiedwith Ko- Janakpur,the popular nameof a
hini, 5. 79, 81. city now in ruins, 3. 331.
Jambha,a demonslain by Indra, Jana-loka= Jano-loka,1. 52, 59,
4- 3, 334- 62, 98; 2. 113, 227, 228; 5.
Jambu, a river so called, 2. 116. *93> 195-
SeeJambunadi. Janamejaya, variously genealo-
Jambu, Jambu, a certaintree. On gized, 3. 247.
Mounts Sugandha, Gandhama- Janamejaya.son of Puranjaya, 4.
dana, and Merumandara, ac- 120.
cording to differing authorities, Janamejaya,son of Dfid'haratha,
2. in, 116. 4. 126.
Jambu - dwipa, Jambu - dwipa, a Janamejaya,son of Puru, 4. 127,
continent so called, 2. 101, <fec., 128.
109, no, &c.j 136, 138; 5. 382. Janamejaya, son of Parikshit, P.
Janibumarga, a forest so called, 44; 4.142, 152, 153, 162, 163.
2. 316; 5. 389. Janamejaya,son of Chandrapid'a,
Jambunada,
Jambiinacla,
a sort of sonof SiVryapfd'a,
4. 163.
INDEX.

Janamejaya, "variantof Arimejaya, 171, 173, 273, 344 j 5. 54, 69,


sonof S'waphalka,
4. 96. 70, 145. He besieges
Mathura,
Janardana= Visbriu or Krishna, 5. 50, &c.
P. 76; 1. 118, 151; 2. 198, Jartikas,a people,2. 339; 4. 58.
200; 3. 30, 76, 77, 85, 203, Jarudhi, a mountain-range lying
204, 217; 4. 89, 268, 277, to the west of Mount Meru, 2.
320> 32I> 333> 336; 34; 5. 117, 123.
13,30, 42, 48, 50, 57,97, IOT, Jat's, speculationstouching the
105, &c. &c. Etymology of tribe of, 4. 58.
tlie term,1. 41; 2. 198. Jatas(fi), a tribe, a branchof tho
Janas= Jana-loka, 2, 231. Haihayas,4. 59.
Jangalas,a people,2. 156 (note t). Jata, son of Brahma, in S'weta-
Janmaslit'ami,a particular festival, dwipa, 2. 200.
p. 71. Jata-karman, a certain ceremony,
Jano-loka, a region inhabited by 3. 146, 291, 338.
sonsof Brahma, 2. 226 ; 4. 266, Jatavedas, ' fire/ worshipped in
Jantu, variously genealogizecl,4. Kusa-dwlpa, 2. 197.
69j 70. Jatayu, son of Aruna and S'yeni,
Jantu, son of Somaka,son of Sa- 2- 73-
hadeva or Saudasa,4. 148. Jat'haras,a people, 2. 162.
Jantu, son of Sudhanwan, son of Jat'hara, a mountain-range con-
Satyadhfita, 4. 150. necting Nila and JSTishadha, 2.
Janujangha,son of Tamasa,Manu 117 (note ||), 123, 124. Jat'hara,
of the fourth Manwantara,3. 8. where first named, is left un-
Janu-nirghata (?), what, in the renderedby the Translator.
pancratium, 5. 37. Jat'haragni,a name of Agastya, 1.
Janyu, variant of Jahnu, the 154-
&ishi, 3. 8. Jati = B,upa,2. 328; 5. 15, 200.
Japa, what, 1. 164; 2. 93. Jatu, what, 4. 80.
Jara, a certain ghouless. 4. 150, Jatukarna, Yyasa of the twenty-
344, 345- seventh.Dwaparaage, 3. 36, 37;
Jaradgava, three certain triads of 5. 25. SeeJatukaniya.
asterisms,2. 265, 267. Jatukarna, a name of Agnivesya,
Jaradgavi, a certain triad of aste- 3- 336.
risms, 2, 265, &c. Jatukaniya, disciple of S'akalya,
Jaras,a hunterso called,5. 143, andteacher
of thefeig-veda,
3.
152. 48.
Jaras (T) (wherecorrectJard 1), Jatukarnya('?),a Vyasa, 3. 36 ;
son(?)of Mfityu, 1. 112. 5. 251, SeeJatukarna.
Jarasandha,king of Magadba, Javinara (?), variant of Pravira,
variouslygenealogizecl,
4. 150, sonof Haryaswa,4. 144. .
INDEX. 75
Java?,twelvegodssocalled,creat- sonof Yiduratha,4. 153. See
edby Brahma,2. 26. Jayatsena.
Jaya, son of Yatsara, son of Jayasena,variant of Jayatsena,
Dhruva, 1. 178. son of Adlna, 4. 44.
Jaya. one of the Yiswe devas,3. Jayatsena,son of Adina, (fee.,4.
190. 43, 44.
Jaya, variously genealogized, 3. Jayatsena,
sonof Sarvabhauma,4.
334, 335- 128. SeeJayasena.
Jaya,sonof Puriiravas,4. 13. Jayatsena,variant of Ugrasena,
Jaya,sonof Yiswamitra,4. 27, 28- the Gandharva, 2. 293.
Jaya, variously genealogized,4. Jayatsena,
variantof Jayasena,
son
43, 44. of Sarvabhauma, 4. 153.
Jaya,sonof Bbavanmanyu, 4. 136. Jharjhara, son of Hiranyaksha,
Jaya,sonof Krishnaand Bbadra, the Daitya,2. 69.
5. 82. Jillikas, a people, 2. 178.
Jaya, daughter of Daksha,and Jimuta, son of Yapushmat,king
wife of Kfisaswa, 2. 29, 337 ; of S'almala-dwipa,2. 193.
3. 82. Jinuita, son of Yyoinan. 4. 68.
Jaya, handmaid of Durga, 3. 288. Jimuta, a division of S'almala-
Jaya, wife of Priyavrata, 3. 337. dwlpa, 2. 193,
Jaya, variant of Asanga, son of Jimuta, a kind of cloud, 2. 279.
Yuyudhana, 4. 93. Jimiitavahana, a writer on inheri-
Jaya, variant of Sfinjaya, son of tance, quoted, 3. 102.
JETaryaswa, 4. 144. Jin a, the god of the Jainas, P. 80 ;
Jayadhwaja,son of Arjuna, son of 5. 322, <fcc.,364, 367, 375,
Kfitavirya, 4. 57, 58. 376, 388.
Jayadratha, son of Bfihanmanas, Jina, a Buddha, 5. 376.
4. 125, 126. Slain by Arjuna, Jitia, son of Yadu, 4. 53.
o. 157. Jishnu, the same as Indra, (V)1.
Jayadratha,son of Bfihatkarman, -123.
4. 140. Jishnu, the sameas Arjuna, 5.
Jayadratha, king of the Sain- 159, 160.
dhavasand Sauviras, 5. 389. Jishnu, an author, referred to the
Jayanta, a Budra, 2. 25. court of King Yikramaditya, P.
Jayanta, sonofIndra,2.72.
Jayanta, ancestor of Yudhajit, 4.
9',
Jitaswa, son of Sanjaya, 3. 335.
94. Jitavrata, son of Havirdbana, 1.
Jayanta, a city, founded by Nimi, T93-
3- 331- Jivan-mritaka, what, 3- 293.
Jayasena,an Avantya, 4. 103. Jiv4tnian, what, 2. 328; 4. 253;
Jayasena, son of Sarvabhauma, 5. 14, 228.
76 INDEX,

Jiveswara, the term explained, 1. Manwantara, son of Yasisht'ha,


172. 3.^5.
Jn&na, 'wisdom/ epithets'of it, Jyotis, ' astronomy/an Anga of
according to the Yoga philo- the Veda, 3. 67.
sophy, 2. 90, 91. Jyotishimat, a sun, 5. 191.
Jn&aa-murti, what, 5. 200. Jyotishmat, son of Priyavrata,
Jnana-yoga,what, 5. 201. and king of Kusa-dwipa, 2. 100,
Ji'imbharui, l yawning,3 a form of &c., 195.
Bralimd, 1. 82. Jyotishmat, a Eishi in the ninth
Junagur, the popular name of a Manwantara, 3. 25.
town in Western India, 4. 198. Jyotishmat, a mountain in Plak-
Jwdldmukhf,aPit'hasthana,4. 262. sha-dwipa, 2. 193.
Jwalana, a name of Agni, 2. 112 Jyotishmat (1), variant of Jyoti-
(wherecorrectthespelling),339. shimat,5. 191.
Jyaisht'ha, the name of a month, Jyotisht'oma,a certain sacrifice,1.
May-June, 2. 261, <fec. 85; 3. 213.
Jyamagha, variously genealogized, Jyotis-tattwa, the, a modern law-
4. 63, 64, &c. ConquersMa- book, referred to, 3. 328.
dhyaclesa,4. 64. Jyotsn, ' dawn/ a body of Brah-
Jyesht'hd,the .same as Alakshmi, ma, 1. 81; 4. 265.
a goddess churned from the
ocean,1. 147. Ka = Prajapati or Brahma, 2. 112;
Jyesht'ha.,an asterism so called, 3. 99. Presidesover the gene-
2. 265, (fee.,308; 5. 248. rative organs, 1. 38.
Jyesht'hd-mula,what, 5. 248, 249. Ka (??),a wind so called, 4. 304,
Jyesht'ha-saina-ga, a singer of the Kabandha, disciple of Sumantu,
Jyesht'ha-sarnan, 3. 175. and teacher of the Atharva-
Jyesht'ha-sdman,a certain passage veda, 3. 61.
of the Veda, 3. 175. Kabandha, a monster slain by
Jyotirath4, a river, 2. 150. Earna, 3. 316.
Jyotirbhasin, a certain celestial Kachchha, a country, 2. 164.
region, 3. 161. Kachchhas,variant of Kakshas, 2.
Jyotirclhaman, a Eishi in the 169, 176.
fourth Manwantara, 3. 8. Kachchhanira,a serpent,presiding
Jyotir-nibandha, the, a law-book, over the month of Madhava, 2.
quoted, or referred to, 3. 103. 285, &c.
104. Kachchhapa, variously genealo-
Jyotirvid&bharaiia, the, an astrolo- gized,4. 27, 28.
gical work, quoted, or named, Kachchhiyas, a people, 2. 169.
P. 8, 9; 5.38i. Kad'a("?),
sonof S'ura,sonof Vi-
Jyotis, a Prajapati in the second diiratha. 4. 101.
INDEX. 77

Kadamba,a certain tree. On Kaiilya,variantof Kausalya,3.58.


Mount Mandara,2. 116. Yields Kait'abha, oneof two demonsthat
a spirituousextract,5. 65. cardedoffthe Vedas,5. 3. The
Kadambari, daughter of Chitrara- other was Madhu.
tha and Madira, 5. 66. Kaivartas, a caste, sprung from
Kadambari,the, a medievalprose- !N~ishada
males and Ayogav:i
composition,referred to, 2. 82. females,4. 216, 217.
Kadni, daughterof Daksha,wife Kajinkas('!), variant of Kalingas,
of Kasyapa, and mother of the 2. 187.
serpent-tribe, 2. 26, 28, 74. Kakas, variant of Kantlkas, 2. r8 r.
Kahla (?),daughterof Ugrasena, Kdkalika,an Apsaras,2. 82.
4. 99. Kakamukhas (T),a people, 2. 162.
Kahod'a,father of Asht'avakra,5. Kaka-paksha,
what,4. 283.
164. Kiikavarna, son of Sls'unaga, 4.
Kaichchiiikilas, variant of Kaila- 180.
kilas, 4. 209. Kakavaniin, son of Muiid'a, son of
Kaijava, variant of Kenava, 3. 49. Udayibhadra, 4. 186.
Kaikaya, a certain family, 3. 287. Kakola, a hell, 2. 215.
Kaikaya, variant of Kaikeya, 4. Kakshas, a people, 2. 169, 176.
103. Kaksheyu, son of Haudraswa,4.
Kaikeyas, a people, 2. 169; 4. 120, 127-129.
103. The five Kaikeyas, 4. 103. Kakubh, daughter of Daksha,and
And see Kekayas. wife of Dharma, 2. 21 ; 5. 388.
Kaikeya, son of S'ibi, son of Usi- Kakubha, a mountain, 2. 141.
nara, 4. 121. SeeKekaya. Kakuda, variant of Kukura, 4. 97.
Kaikeya, intended to designatethe Kakudmat, a mountain-range in
country of the Kaikeyas,4. 103. S'almala-clwipa,2. 194.
Kailakilas, a branch of the Ya- Kakudmati, daughter of Bukmin,
vanas, 4. 208, 211. and wife of Pradyumna, 4. 112;
Kailasa, a certain mountain-range, 5.83.
1.122, 129, 136; 2. 123, 124; Kakudrnin = Eaivata, son of Ee-
5. 5. vata, 3. 249, 255.
Kailasa, the city of Siva, or else Kakutstha = P uranjaya, 3. 263,
of Kubera (?),situated on a peak 269 j 4. 241.
of Mount Meru, 2. 112, 118, Kakutstha, son of Bhagiratha, 3.
230; 5. 123. 3i5-
Kailasa-yatra,certain sectionsof Kakutstha,father of Go,4. 45.
the Harivamsa, 5. 123. Kalas, a class of Pitfis, 3. 339.
Kailikilas, variant of Kailakilas, Kala, a form of Rudra, 1. 117
4. 209. Kala, sonof Dhruva, the Vasti,2. 23.
Kaisika, variant of Kausika, 4. 67. Kala, a Gandharva,3. 2.
INDEX.

Kala, one of the ViSwe devas,3. Kalanemi, an Asara, sou of Viro-


189, 190, 191. chana,4. 250, 259. His abode,
Kala, daughter of Kardama, and 2. 211.
wife of Marichi, 1, no. Kalanjara, a mountain-range to"
Kala, daughter of Daksha,and the north of Mount Meru, 2.
wife of Kasyapa, 2. 26. 117, 118.
Kala, 'time/ <fate/ &c., P. 94, Kalanjara, a mountain in Bun-
1. 18, 19, 25, 27, 91, 96; 5. delkhand, 2. 316.
133. ' Space/ 2. 247. Kaldpa, a certain village on the
Kald, a period of thirty KashtfLds, skirts of the Himalayas, 3. 197,
L47; 2. 253; 5. 189. 325 ; 4. 237. SeeKalapadwipa,
Kala, a digit of the Moon, 2, 301, Kalapagrama,and Kaliyadwipa.
302. Kalapadwipa, variant of Kaldpa,
Kala, variant of Tala, a hell, 2. 3. 325-
216. Kalapagrama= Kaldpa, 4. 157.
Kaladas,variant of Kdlavas,2.180. Kalasambara = S'ambara, 5. 73,
Kalagni, what, 1. 128; o, 192. 75-
Kalajoshakas (?), variant of Kdla- Kala-samyama,what, 2. 317.
toyakas, 2. 168. Kala-sankalitd, the, an astrono-
Kdlakas, a dynasty, 4. 184. mical work, referred to, 2. 255,
Kdkka, daughter of Vaiswdnara, 302.
and wife of Kasyapa, 2. 71, 72. Kalasoko, the Pali name of a cer-
Kalakanjas, variant of Kdlakhaii- tain king, 4. 185, 187.
jas, 2. 71, 72. Kalasiitra, a hell, 2. 215 (where
Kalakeyas, variant of Kdlakhau- the spelling is oncewrong), 219,
jas, 2. 71, 72, 337. 342.
Ddnavas, sons of Kalasutraka= Kalasiitra, 2. 215.
Kasyapa, 2. 71. Kdlatoyas, a people, 4. 221. See
Kalakiit'a,.acertainvirulent poison, the next.
L 147. Kdlatoyakas= Kalatoyas, 2. 168 ;
Kalainukhas(1),a people,2. 162. 4. 221.
Kalanabha,son of Hiranyaksha,2. Kala-vas,a people, 2. 180.
70. Kaldyani, disciple of Bashkali, and
Kalanabha,
sonof Viprachitti,the teacher
of the&ig-veda,
3, 50.
Danava, 2. 71. Kalayavana,son of Garga, 5. 54.
Kalanadl, a river, 4. 16. King of the Yavanas. 5. 54.
Kalanala, variant of Kalanara, 4. Invades Mathura, 5. 55, &c.
120. Is slain by Muchukunda, 5. 57.
Kalanara, variant of KAldnara, 4. Kal eyas,variant of Kdlakas, 4.184.
120. Kali, ' wickedness/ son of Krodha,
Kdlanara,sonofSabhAnara,4.120. ' wrath/ 1. in.
INDEX. 79
Kali, a formof Parvati,P. 21, 56, Kalinga, a country, P. 107; 2.
89; 1. 104j 5. 267. 134, 153, 156; 3. 75, 79; 4.
Kali, the last Yugaor ageof the 160, 220j 5, 84-86.
world. Its beginning, 4. 233, Kalingi, wife of Taiiisu, 4. 131.
&c. ; 5. 155. Its duration, 1. Kali Sindhu,a river, 2. 148.
50, &c. Kingsof it, 4. 162, Kaliya,Kaliya,ahugeserpent,
son
&c. Vices of it, 4. 234, &e.; of Kasyapa, 2. 74. His abode,
5. 171, &c. Kedeemingtraits .2. 211. Krishna fights with
of it, 5. i So,&c. Seealso P. and overcomeshim, and orders
9, 17*33>44?I00>I02>II2 ^ him to departfrom the river
3. 31; 4. 228-230,232; 5. 62, Yamuna to the sea,4. 286,&c.
170,247,251,252. Seealso4. 292,295,298.,322,
Kali = Satyavati,wifeof S'antanu, 325>335; 5. 34.
&c.,4. 150. Kaliyadwipa,
variant of Kalapa-
Kali (?),variantof Kala,a Gan- dwipa,3. 325.
dharva,3. 2. Kalkalas,a people,2. 179.
Kali, variant of Kasi, wife of Kalki, the future epiphany of
Bhlmasena, 4. 159. Vibhriu,3. 31 ; 4, 229.
Kalidasa,an author,referredto, Kalmashanghri= Kalrnashapada,
P. 8. 31, 118; 2. 286; 3. 322, 3. 35-
323; 4. 5; J9- Kalmashapada,
variouslygenealo-
Kalighat',the popularnameof a gized, 1. 8"; 3. 304-306, 308,
village near Calcutta, 4. 262. 3^3. 3I5-
Kalika-upapurana,
P. 87,89. The Kalpa,sonof DhruvaandBbrami,
Kalika is erroneouslycalled a 1. 178.
Purafiain P. 89 ; 5. 316. Kalpa,in chronology,calculation
Kalikeyas,variantof Kalakhanjas, of, 1. 51,&c. Equivalentto a
2. 71. dayof Brahma,1.52. Thepast,
Kalinda, the mountain where the or Padma, Kalpa, 1. 53. The
river Yamuna rises, 4. 286. current, orYaraha, Kalpa, 1. 54.
lialindl, daughterof the Sun, and Kalpas innumerable,&c., 1. 53.
a wife of Krishna, 5. 78, 79 Minor Kalpas,asSamvarta,
&c.,
(where expungethe first sen- 1. 53. Duration of a Kalpa,
tence of note *), 107. One 3. 30 ; 5. 190. Seealso P. 37,
with Yamuna, 4. 286; 5. 12, 52, 68, 80, 85, 93 ; 1. 41, 80,
82, 249. Identified with Mitra- 88, 91, &c. ; 3. .30; 5. 169,
vinda, 5. 79. 170, 186, 193, 196.
Kalingas, a people, 2. 132, 156, Kalpas,digestsof ceremonialrules,
163, 166, 187. five, of the Atharva-veda, &c.,
Kalingas,a dynasty,4. 184. 3. 63, 67. SeeKalpa-sutra.
Kalinga, son of Bali, 4. 122. Kalpadhikarin, what, 2. 228.
8o INDEX,

Kalpadrurna, a famous mytholo- Kamakhya = Kamakshl, P. 90


gical tree, 5. 95. " (where correct the spelling) ; 5.
Kalpa-druma-kalika, the, a compo- 88, 385.
sition, referred to, 2. 163, 165 ; Kamakshi, one with Durga, as
4. 124, 171. worshipped in Assam, P. 90.
Kalpa-suddhi, a technicality, de- SeeKamakliya.
fined, 3. 66, Kamala, an Apsaras, 2. 83.
Kalpa-sutra, what, 2. 95. See Kamala = Lakshml, 1. 151.
Kalpas. Kamalachaya,an Apsaras, 2. 82.
Kalpataru, the, a law-book, refer- Kamalakara Bhat't'a, a modern
red to, 3. 187. author, referred to, 3. 89, 90,
Kalpavarsha,son of Yasudevaand 103.
Upadeva, 4. in. Kamalasana, what, in the Yoga
Kama, the God of Love, 1. 102, philosophy, 5. 230.
in ; 3. 189, 190; 5. 72, 76, Kamalodbhava, an epithet of
77. Sonof Dharma and S'rad- Brahma, 5. 250. Compare
dha, 1. no. Son of Dharma Abjabhava and Abjayoni.
and Lakshmi> 2. 21. Son of Kamarupa, a country, 2. 132, 134,
Dharma and Yiswa, and one of 5. 55, 88.
the Yiswe devas, 3. 191. See Kitmarupa-tirtha, a place of pik
Ananga and Kamadeva. grimage in Assam,P. 90.
Kama, the pin of the Sun's axle, Kdmariipini, wife of Krishna, (1?)
2. 238. 5, 79.
Kamadeva,son of Sahishiiuand Kambala,a Naga,sonof Kasyapa,
Yasodhara, 1. 155. King of 2. 74, 285, <fec.
; 5. 251.
the Apsarases,
2. 86. Seealso Kambala,
variantof Kerala,2.165.
P. 75, 82, and Ka.ma. Kambalabarhis, son of Usanas,
Kamadeva, a form of Yishu, wor- <fec.,4. 63, 64.
shipped in Ketumala, 2. 126. Kambalabarhisha,sonof Andhaka,
Kamadhenu,the fabulous Cow of 4. 97, 100.
Plenty, 2. 339; 4. 318. Kambojas, Kambojas,a people,2.
Kamadugha= Kamaduha, 3. 164. 176, 181, 182, 184, 339; 3.
Kamaduha,a region tenantedby 290, 294, 295. Conqueredby
the Pitfis called Aj yapas, 3. Sagara,3. 291. Onewith the
164, 221. Caumojees,(?) 3. 292.
Kamaga= Kamaduha, 3. 164. Kamboja, a country, 5. 92.
Kauiagamas, a class of gods in Kampana, a river, 2. 149.
the eleventhManwantara,3.26. Kampilya, son of Haryaswa, son
K&magiri, a hill, 2. 142. of Chakshus, 4. 145.
Kamajas, a class of gods in the Kampilya, a city, 2. 161, 341 ; 4.
eleventh Manwantara,3. 26. 141, 144, 145.
INDEX. Si

Kamsa,a Danava,son of Ugra- Kanchana,son of Bhima, 4. 14,


sena,4. 98. Is warnedof liis 139-
own destruction, 4. 2.4.8. He Kanchanak4,a city, 4. 212. See
destroysthe childrenof Vasu- Kanchanapuri.
deva, 4. 259, &c. He sends Kanclianaprabha,
variantof Kdn-
demonsto discoverand destroy chana,4. 14.
Krishna, 4; 272, &c. He de- Kanchanapuri,
a city, 4. 212. See
spatches
Akrurato bringKrish- Kanchanaka.
na to Mathura, 4. 335, &c. He Kanchi, a city, now popularly
holds public games,<fec.,
5. 23, calledConjeveram, P. 86.
<fcc.,
<fcc.Is slain by Krishna, Kaiid'u, a Muni, the legendof
5. 41. Seealso 4. no, (where him, 2. 2, &c.
correct the spelling), 249, 250, Kanganila, variant of Kankanika,
258, 264, 269, 270 271, 320, 2. 293.
339; 341; 344; ^- 6, 9, ii, 18, Ivdiiiua, a name of Agnivesya, 3.
21, 43-45. 5>87- 336.
Kariisa, daughter of Ugrasena,4. Kauina, the term, as used in law,
99- defined,4. 102.
Kamsavati, daughterof Ugrasena, Kanisht'has, a class of gods in
4. 99. the fourteenth Manwantara, 3.
Kamya, mother of Uttanapada, 28.
&c., 1. 108. Kankas, a people, 2. 186.
Kamya, daughterof Kardama,and Kankas, a dynasty, 4. 206.
wife of Priyavrata, 1. 155 ; 2. Kanka, son of Ugrasena, 4. 98.
99, 100, 263. Kanka, son of S'ura, son of Deva.-
Kamya,an Apsaras,2. 81. mid'husha,4. 101.
Kamya, what, as regards cere- Kanka, a mountain-range in S'al-
monies,-3. 160. mala-dwipa,2. 194.
Kamya-karman,
what,4. 257. Kank/i, variantof Kanki, 4. 99.
Kamya-sraddha,
defined,3. 147, Kankanika, a serpent,presiding
189, 190. over the months of Madhu and
Ka*mis(?),variant of Kanakas,4. Madhava,2. 293.
221. Kankanira, variant of Kankaiiika,
Kanakas, a people, 4. 221. 2. 293.
^
Kanaka,variantof Dhanaka,4. 54. Kanki, daughterof Ugrasena,4.
Kanakhala,now Kankhalj a vil- 99-
lagenearHardwar,1. 123. Kantapurf,variant of Kantipuri,
Kanarka, 5. 312. See Koriarkaj 4. 217.
the properspelling. Kanti = Lakshmi,the goddessso
Kanavaka, variant of Karundha- called, 5. 68.
ka, 4. 113. Kantikas,a people,2. 181.
F
INDEX.

Kantipuri (correctthe spelling), tage,2, 318; 3. 302. He de-


Kantipuri, a city, 4. 217, 219 ; stroys the sixty thousand sons
5. 392. of Sagara, 3. 300.
Kanurajadas ('?), a people, 2. Kapila, son of Kardama, son of
178. Brahma, 1. 108.
Kan was,a race, 4. 145. Kapila, a Dclnava, son of Kas-
Kail was, a dynasty, 4. 178, 192- yapa and Daim, 2. 70.
194,232. SeeKanwayanas,Kapila,sonof Jyotishmat,
king
for which Kan was seemsto be of Kusa-dwipa, 2. 195.
an error. Kapila, son of Yasudeva, 4. no.
Kariwa, disciple of Yajnavalkya, Kapila, son of Vitatha or Bhara-
and teacher of the Yajur-veda, dwajaj 4. 136.
3.57- Kapila, a serpent, son of Kas-
Kaiiwa, son of Apratiratha, 4. yapaand Kadini,2. 74.
130; 5. 141. Kapila^a castein S'almala-dwipa,
Kaiiwa, son of Ajamid'ha, 4. 2. 194.
140. Kapila, a city, 4. 170. SeeKapi-
Kaiiwayanas, a dynasty, 4. 193, lavastu.
194,203. SeeKariwas. Kapila,a regionin Kusa-dwipa,
Kanwayana,
sonof Ajatasatru^4. 2. 195.
181. Kapila, a mountain-rangeto the
Kanwayana Brahmans, sprung westof MountMeru,,2. 117.
from Kaiiwaj 4. 130, 140; Kapikj a mountaininKusa-dwlpa,
Kanya (?),daughterof Kardama^ 2. 197.
&c., 2. 99, ioOi Kapila, a river, 2; 151.
Kanya,the term defined^3. 103, Kapila,what,predicatedof a cow,
197, 198. 5. 252.
KanyakagunaSj a people,2. 173; Kapila, variant of Kapi, son-of
Kapalas,K^palas, an heretical Urukshaya,4. 138.
sect,5. 287,375, 580. Kapila, variant of Kampilya,son
Kapalin,a Eudra, 2. 24, 25. of Haryaswa,4. 145.
Kapardin, a Eudra, 2; 24. Kapila-samhita, a part of the
Kapi, a Rishi in the fourth Man- Skanda-purana,P. 73.
wantara, 3. 8. Kapilasrama,i Kapila's hermitage/
Kapi, son of Urukshaya^ 4. i^7i where, 3. 302.
Born a Kshattriya, he becomes Kapilaswa, son of Kuvalayaswa,
a Brahman. 3.265..
Kapi, a river, 2. 149. Kapila-upapnra'na,P. 87.
Kapila,
afeishi,
portion
ofVishnu, Kapilavastu,
thecapitalof King
P- 42; 1. 5, 79; 2- 325; 3. S'uddhodana,4. 170.
31,299,301,302. Hishermi- Kapinjala,a river, 2. 150.
INDEX.

Kapivat,a fiishi in the fourth Karishus


(?), KausikaBrahmans,
Manwantara,3. 8. 4. 28.
Kapotaroman,variouslygenealo- Karitis, a people,2. 164.
gized,4 97. Karkara,variant of Jharjhara,2.
Karabhanjakas,
variantof Kara- ^69.
bkanjikas,2. 187. Karkat'aka,variant of Karkot'aka,
Karabhanjikas, a people, 2. 187. 2. 289.
Karakas,a people,2. 178. Karkot'aka, a serpent, son of
Karakukshiyas,the sameas Sal- Kasyapa,2. 74, 285,&c.
was,2. 156. Karmajit, variant of Senajit, 4.
Karambha, Karambhaka,variants 174.
of Karambki, 4. 68. Karmanga, certain ceremonies,3.
Karambhi, son of Sakuni, 4. 68. *47-
Karandhama, variously genealo- Karma - pradipa- bhashya, the, a
gized,3. 243,-244. workby ^saditya,referredto, 3.
Karandbama, son of Traisamba, 40, in.
4. 116. Karmasa, variant of Kardama,
Karariin,what, in philosophy,5. sonof Palaha,1. 154.
241. Karmasresht'ha,
son of Pulaha,1.
Karanthas, variant of Kunt'hakas, 155-
2. i8o. Karmavati, daughter of Ugrasena,
Karapatha, Karapatha, a country^ ^
4. 99.
3. 319. Karna, king of Anga, variously
Karat'as,a people, 2. 180. genealogized,4. 102, 126, 142;
Karataha, a country; 2. 179. 5. 130, 13!, 133. Slain by
Karatoya, a river, 2. 149, 154. Arjuna, 5. 157, 161, 163.
Karavfra, a mountain-rangeto the Karnapravaranas,a people,2. 162.
south of Mount Meru, 2. 124. Karnat'a, sprung from Turvasu,
Kardama, son of Brahma, P. 42 ; 4. 117.
1. 101, &c.; 2. 86. Called son .Karnat'aja country, the Carnatic,
of Daksba, 1. 103, 108, lio, 2. 178.
157; 2. 99, &c., 263; 3. 164. Karnat'akas, a people, 2. 178
Kardama,a Devarshi,sonof Pu- (wherecorrectthe spelling); 5.
laha, 1. 154, 155 ; 3. 68. 3^9-
Kardama, a Lokapala, (?) 2. 263. Karnika, an Apsaras, 2. 81.
Karenumatl, wife of Nakula, 4. Karnikas, variant of Jillikas, 2.
159, 160. 173;
Karishakas,a people,2. 175. Karnin, a sort of arrowso called,
Karishirii, a river, 2. 145. 2. 218.
Karlshini (another), a river, 2. Karshaka, a wind so called, 4.
148.
INDEX.

Karshni,patronymof Pradyumna, Kasera,a Bhargavaso called,5.


5. 75, 116, 120. 218.
Karta (1),variantof Kunti, sonof Kaseru,a portion of Bharatavar-
Dliarmanetra, 4. 54. sha, 2. 112, 129.
Kartavirya,patronymof Arjuna, Kaseruniat= Kasern,2. 129.
son of Kfitavirya, 4. 21. He Kasetu, variant of Kaseru, 2. 129.
carriesoff Jamadagni's
cow,&c., Kaseyas,variant of Kalakas, 4.
4. 21, &c. He takes Bavaria 184.
prisoner,4. 56. He is slain by Kaseya,variant of Kasi, son of
Parasurama, 4. 22, 56. See Kasa, 4. 32, 40.
also2. 20; 4. 55, 57,59, 241. Kaseyij variant of Kasi, wife of
Karti (?),variantof Kunti, sonof Bhimasena} 4. 159.
Dliarmanetra, 4. 54. Kasheyas3variant of Kalakas, 4.
Karttika, a month, Oct.-Nov,,2. 184,
261, &c.; 3, 168, 217. Kasht'anira,variant of Kachchha-
Karttika-mahatmya, a part of the nira, 2. 289,
Padma-puraria, P. 33; 2. 215. Kasht'ha,daughterof Daksha;and
Karttikeya, sonof the Kfittikas, wife of Kasyapa,2. 26.
by a father variouslynamed,P. Kasht'ha,a measureof time, vari-
76, 82, 87, 89; 2. 23, 118, ously estimated,1. 47, 48; 2.
119; 3. 22; 4. 283; 5. 115, 253 ; 5. 189.
116. SeealsoKraunchadarana,Kasis,a people,andcertainkings,
Kraunchari,Shad'anana,
and 2. 161; 4. 38-40, 137-139,
Skanda. iSi, 343; 5- 46, 389; 39'-
Karundhaka,sonof S'ura,sonof Kasi, sonof Kasa,4. 32, 39, 137.
Devamid'husha,
4. 101,113. Kasi,patronym
of Kasa,4. 344.
Karushas,Kanishas,a people,2. Kasi, wife of Bhimasena,son of
133, 134, 158, 170; 3. 239, Pand'u,4. 159.
240; 4. 103; 5. 122. Kasi or Kasi,doubtasto whether
Kariisha, son of Vaivaswata, 2. any city or kingdom was an-
158; 3. 14,232,233,239. cientlysocalled,
&c.<fec.?
P. 72,
Kariisha,variantof Kariisha,3. 107;2, 163; 3.218,221,328,
232. 333 ; 4- 33, 36, 37, 40, 345;
Kasa,sonof S'unahotra,
4. 30,32, 5. 46, 122,124-128,
349,389,
403 137- 39-
Kasajas
(?),a people,
2. 341. Kasika,variantof Kausika,sonof
Kasakas,
variantof Ivalakas,
4.184. Vasudeva,
4. 113.
Kasara,
a promulgator
of thefeig- Kasika,variantof Kasa,4. 136.
veda,3. 49. Kasika,the, a grammaticalwork,
Kasaya(?),variant of Kasl, sonof referredto, 2. 135.
Kasa, 4. 32. Kasi-khaiicTa,the, a part of the
INDEX,

Skanda-puraiia,P. 72, <fcc." 1. 37; 3- 3, 4,8, 11,13, *5>l8~


127, 132; 2. 228, 229, 230 20, 23, 64, 68, 117, 230, 281,
(wherecorrectthespelling'),
342; 297 ; 4. 23-25; o. 87. See
3. 328; 4. 33. Arisht'anemi.
Kasi-khand'a-dipika, the, a com- Kasyapa, son of Parvasa, 1. 153.
mentary, referred to, 2. 229. Kasyapa, an astronomer, referred
K4sikosalas,a people,2. 157, 172. to, 2. 276, 277.
Kasl-mahatmya,the, a part of the Kasyapa, son of Arsht'ishena, 4.
Kurma-purana, P. 79 \ 3. 224. 31-
Kasinatha Bhat't'a,a modern au- Kasyapa, patronym of Akfita-
thor, referred to, P. 47-49. brana, 3. 64-66.
Kasipati, the sameas Kasiraja, 5. Kasyapa, a star so called, in the
124, 126. tail of the S'isumaraor celestial
Kasipuri, the city of the Kasis, 5. porpoise,2. 306.
125. Kasyapa= ^ditya, the sun,3. 117.
Kasiraja,i.e.3king of the Kasis, Kasyapa(']), variant of Kasyapa,
4. 87; 5. 122, 124, 127. And son of Marichi, 2. 288.
so the word should be under- Katha, technical use of, 5. 182.
stood in 4. 32, 33, 39, 343- Kathajava, disciple of Bashkali,
345. But see4. 137(note**). and promulgator
of the lsdg-
Kasiya, variant of Kasi, son of veda, 3. 50.
Kasa, 4. 32 (where correct the Kat'haka, a section of the Black
spelling), 343. Yajur-veda, 3. 173.
Kasmiras,peoplesso called,2.173, Katha-sarit-sagara,a composition,
184. referredto, 2. 177, 211; 4. 163.
. Kasmira, a country, Cashmere,4. Kat'ha - upanishad, or the com-
223, 224. mentary on it, quoted, or re-
Kastaka(?)= Karshaka,4. 303. ferredto, 3. 174, 175, 224.
Kasya, son of Senajit, 4. 141. Kati, son of S'alavati, 4. 28.
Kasya, variant of Kainya, the Katyayanas, sprung from Kati,
Apsaras,2. 81. 4. 28.
Kasya,variant of Kasa, 4. 30. Katyayana,the grammarian,re-
Kasya, variant of Kasi, wife of ferredto, 2. 188, 189.
Bhimasena,
4. 159. Katyayana,
his ^igvedanukrama-
Kasya,<of the Kasi tribe,' 5. 46. nika referredto, 4. 343.
Kasyapa,sonof Marichi, 1. 153. Kaukundakas,variant of Kau-
Self-born,2. 338. Calledson kut'takas,2. 178.
of Brahma,3. 343. His wives, Kaukundlhi, a IlisLi in the third
2. 10,20,26. His offspring,2. Manwantara, 3. 7.
27, &c., 69, &c. Seealso 1. Kaukuntakas,variant of Kau-
102; 2. 27,jo8, 285, &c.,306, kut't'akas,2. 178. '
INDEX.

Kaukut't'akas,a people,2. 178. Kausaravi,patronymof Maitreya,


Kauliit'as,variant of Kolukas,2. 1. 6.
174. Kausllitaki,
a S'akha
of the&g-
Kaumara, a Sarga,or kind of crea- veda, 3. 50.
tion, 1. 76, 77. Kaushitaki-brdhmana,
the,referred
Kaumara-bhfitya, ' midwifery and to, 3. 248.
management of children/ 4. 33. Kausllitaki- brahmana-upanishad,
Kaumodaki, a mace borne by the, referredto, 3. 50, 338 ; 4.
Krishna,5. 51. 120,181.
Kaunmda= Karttika, the month, Kausijas,a people,2. 160.
4. 268. Kausikas, the, a family, P. 108;
Kaunkanas
= Konkanas,2. 178. 4. 26, 28, 138, 139.
Kauntalas
= Kuntalas,
(?)3. 293. Kausika,
sonof Vidarbha,
4. 67.
Kaunteya,metronym of Arjuna, Kausika,sonof Vasudeva,
4. no,
son of Paiid'u. 5. 150, 155, II3'
158. Kausika= Viswamitra,3. 293] 3.
Kaunti, a country ('}), 4. 224. 23-
Kauravas,descendants of Kuru, Kausiki, rivers so called,2. 143,
3. 237; 5. 131, 133-135*l64- 146, 151. Affluentsof oneof
Kauravyas(?), a people,2. 175, them, 2. 146. Satyavatibe-
comes one of them, 4. 18.
Kauravya,a serpent,father of Kausilya(?),variant of Kausalya,
Ulupi, 4. 160. or Hiranyanabha, 3. 58, 324.
Kaurma-purana = Kurma-puraria, Kaustubha,ajewel,produced from
p. 23,77,78; 3.6.7. the ocean,and possessed by
Kaurma-upapurana, P. 87. Vishnu, L 147; 2. 94.
Kausa= Kusa-dwipa, 2. no. Kaut'ilya,destroyerof theWandas,
Kausali,variantof Yaisali,4. 110. 4. 185, 186.
Kausalya= Hiranyanabha,3. 58, Kaveri,a river, daughterof Yuva-
59, 3*4- naswa,and wife of Jahnu, 2.
Kausalya= Yajnavalkya,son of 130, 148; 4. 14,343.
.Brahmarata, 3. 324. Kaveri (another),a river, 2. 148.
Kausalya= son of Hiranyanabha, 5Kavi, son of Chakshusha,1. 177.
an error in the Eaghuvamsa,3. Kavi, sonof Praria, 1. 200 ; 4. 47.
Kavi, a feishiin the fourth Man-
Kansalya, wife of Satwata, 4. 71. wantara, 3. 8.
Eausalya= Bhadra,wife of Vasu- Kavi, sonof Yaivaswata,3. 232.
deva, 4. 109. Kavi, son of Krishna and Kalindi,
Kausalya, ' of Kosala,' 5. 82. & 79-
Kausambf,a city, 2. 158, 341 ; 4. Kavi (another?),3. 28.
15, 124, 164; 5. 135. Kavi (still another?),3. 162.
INDEX.

Kavi, variant of Kapi, son of Kesari, Kesarin, variants of Ke-


Urukshaya, 4. 138. sarin, 2. 199.
Kaviratha, variant of S'uchidratha, Kesarin, a mountain - range in
4. 164. S'aka-dwipa,2. 199.
Kavyas, Kavyas, a classof Pitfis, Kesava= Yislmu or Krishna, 1.
2. 303; 3. 163, 164, 166, 63, 119, &c. &c. ; 2. 7 (where
339- correct the spelling twice), <fec.
;
Kdvyas, sprung from Kavi (or 3. 79, 8s, 253 " 4. 88, 277,
Kapi?), son of Urukshaya,4. 289, 297,306, 322, 334, 341 ;
5. 2, 8-1 1, -23, 38, 45, 70, 77,
Kavya,a 6ishi in thefourthMan- 83, 86, 89, 97, 104,&c. &c.,
wantara, 3. 8. | 388, Etymology of the word,
Kavya= Usanas,
4. 47. | 4. 341.
Kavya(?),variantof Kdsya,4. j Kesidhwaja,
sonof Kfitadhwaja,
141. 3. 333;' 5- 213, &c.
Kavya, what, 2. 58; 3. 181. Kesiki, mother of Jahnu, son of
Kavyavahana, son of Pavaka, (1) Suhotra, 4. 14.
1. 156; 5.387. Keisin, son of Yasudeva, 4. 109.
Kaya-suddhi = Chikitsa, i medi- Kesin, a Daitya, 4. 250, 272, 320,
cal treatment/ 4. 33. 335> 339-341; $" 8, 34, 87,
Kaya-tfrtha, what, 3. 99, 148. 97. Slain by Krishna, 4. 340.
Kayavadha,the sameasKalanemi, Kesini, wife of Visravas, 1. 154.
the Asura, 4. 250. Kesini, daughter of Vidarbha, and
Kedareswara,a place of pilgrim- wife of Sagara,3. 297, -298.
"agein the Himalayas, P. 75. Kesini, wife of Ajamid'ha, 4. 140.
Kekayas, a people, 2. 169; 4. Kesini, variant of Kesiki, 4. 14.
103, 121. SeeKaikeyas. Kesisudana,an epithet of Kfishiia,
Kekaya, variant of Kaikeya, 4. 5. 8, 97. SeeKesin, the Daitya.
82, 121; 5. 103. Ketus, a hundred in number, 2.
Kelikila, variant of Kilikila, 4. 72.
211. Ketu, a Danava, the descending
Kenava,disciple of S'akapuni,and node, son of Viprachitti ancl
teacher
of the&ig-veda,
3. 49. Simhika,1. 148; 2. 72, 258,
Kennedy, Col. Vans, his contro-
versial correspondence with is also called son of Mfityu, 2.
ProfessorWilson, 5. 257-380. " 259-
Keralas,a people,2. 177; 3. 293. Ketu, sonof Tamasa,
Manuof the
Kerala, sprung from Turvasu, 4. fourth. Manwantara, 3. 8.
"7* Ketumala,son of Agnidhra,and
Kerala, a country, 2. 165, 179, king of Gandham&dana,2. 102.
341; 4. 24. Ketumala, a region between the
INDEX.

Gandhamadanamountain and Khdfid'ika, patronym of Mita-


the sea,2. 112, 120, 122, 123, dhwaja, 5. 217.
125, 126, 207. KhaM'ikya, patronymof Janaka,
Ketumalaka = Ketumala; the re- son of Mitadhwaja, 3. 333 ; 5.
gion, 2. in. 213, &c., 217, (fee. SeeJanaka.
Ketumat, a Lokapala,son of Eajas, Khaiid'ikyajanaka = Janaka, sonof
1. 155; 2. 86, 262, 263. Mitadhwaja,5. 217, 220, 223.
Ketumat, son of Ambarisha, son Khaninetra, son of Vivimsa,3.243.
of Nabhaga,3. 257. Khanitra, son of KalniAshap4da,
Ketumat, son of Dhanwantari, 4. 3. 314-
33- Khanitra, sonof Prajani,3. 242,
Ketumat, son of Kshema, son of 243-
Sunitha,4. 37. Khara,a Eakshasa slain by Edma,
Kevala,sonof JSTara, 3. 245. 3. 316i 4. 297.
Kevala (?),variant of Kerala,the Kbarvat'a,what, 4. 266.
country,2. 165. Kbasa,daughterof Daksha,wife
Kha^A'kasa, 5. 198,255. of Kasyapa,and motherof the
Kbagana,variantof S'ankhanabha, Yakshasand Eakshasas, 2. 26,
3. 322, 323. 75
Khala, daughterof Eaudra&wa,Khasas,a people,2. 184, 186,
andwifeof Prabhakara,
4. 129, 339; 3. 292.
Khalaya, Khalaya,variantsof Khasakas,
variantof Khasiras,
2.
Khaliya, 3. 46. 186.
, Khaliya, discipleof S'akalya,and Khasikas,variantof Khasiras,2.
promulgates
of thefeig-veda,
3. 186.
.46. Khasiras, a people, 2. 185.
Khaliya,variantof Khaliya,3. 46. Khasfima,sonof Viprachitti, the
Khanapana,variant of Para, 4- Danava,2.71.
123. Khat'wanga,a royal sagesocalled,
Khand'as, c portions.1 Of the 3. 303-
Padrna-puraiia,P. 30. Of the Khat'wanga = Dilipa, son of Am-
Skanda-purana, P. 72-74. Of sumat,3. 303.
Bharatavarsha, &c., 2. 112. Khat'wdnga= Dilipa (another),3.
Khaiid'as, variant of Shaiid'as,2. 3ii-3i3-
164. Khat'wangada, the same as the
Khand'apaiii, son of Ahinara, 4. last, 3. 313.
i6S. Khet'a, what, 4. 266.
Khand'avayanas,certain Brah- Khet'aka,*hamlet,'1. 94.
nians,4. 23. Khyati, son of Ulmuka, 1. 178.
Khaiid'ika,patronymof Dharma- Khyati, sonof Tamasa,Manuof
dhwaja, 5. 217. the fourth Manwantara,3. 8.
INDEX. 89

Khyati, <celebrity/ daughterof Kimpnrusha,a region between


Daksha,and wife of Bhfigu, 1. Himavat and Hemakut'a, 2.
109, 118, 150, 152. Called 103, 114, 125. SeeKimnara-
daughterof Kardama,1. no. varsha.
Khyati,a riverin Krauncha-dwipa, Kings. Of differentordersof be-
2. 198. ings, 2. 85, 86. Of the Solar
Khyati, variant of Swati, son of race, 3. 229, &c. Of Vaisali,
Urn, 1. 178, 179. 3. 246, <fec. Of Mithila, 3.
Khyati, variantof Swahi,4. 61. 327,&c. Of theLunar race,4.
Khyati,what,in philosophy,1. 32. 13, &c. Of the Kasis, 4. 30,
Klkat'as, peoplesso called, 5. 178. &c. Of Mahishmati; 4. 52, &c.
Kikat'a, a country, South Behar, Of Chedi, 4. 67, &c. Of Anga,
5. 178, 351. 4. 123, (fee. Of Magadha, 4.
Kilagila, a certainmountainand 150, 151, 173, &c., 216, 218.
fortress(?),4. 211. Of future periods,4. 162,&c.
Kilakalas, variant of Kailakilas, Of Viclisa, 4. 213. Of the Me-
4. 211. kalas, 4. 213, &c. Of the Vin-
Kilakilas, variant of Kailakilas, 4. dhya race, 4. 213, &c. Of the
209, 2TI, 212. Mahishas,4. 214. Of Kosala,
Kila-nipatana, what, in the pan- 4. 214, 215 (note *). Of the
cratium, 5. 37. Naishadhas,4. 215. Of Pad-
Kilikila, a city, 4. 211. mavatf, 4. 217. Of the sea-
Kilikilas, variant of Kailakilas, shore,4. 219. Of Kalinga,4.
4. 211. 220. Of the Naishadas,4. 221.
Kilinakilas, variant of Kailakilas, Of the Kali age, in general, 4.
4. 211. 224, <fec.
Kimnaras, horse-headed creatures, Kinkina, variant of Kfikaiia, 4.
their origin, <fec.,1. 82, 87; 2. 72.
45, 124, 213; 5. 59, 247. Kirantis, the now current name of
Kimnara,son of Sunakshatra, 4. an Himalayantribe, 2. 130
168. Kiratas, a people,2. 129, 130,
Kimnaravarsha = Kimpurusha,a 162, 171, 176, 184, 187; 3.
region to the north of Bhara- 295; 5. 88. Theirorigin,1.182.
tavarsha,2. nj. Kiratakas= Kiratas,2. 186,339.
Kimpurushas = Kimnaras,3. 234; Kirmira, a demon,his abode,2.
4. 52. 211.
Kimpurusha, son of Agnidhra, Kirtti, 'fame/ daughter of Daksha,
and king of Hemakdt'a, 2. 102. and wife of Dharma, 1. 109,
Kimpurusha,
a&ishiin thesecond no; 2. 21.
Manwantara,variously genealo- Kirtti, variant of Kunti, son of
gized, 3. 5. Dharmanetra,4. 54.
INDEX.

Kirttimat, sonof Angiras,1. 154. Konkas,a people,2. 104, 105.


Kirttimat," sonof Uttanapada,1. Konkanas,a people,3. 293.
Konkaria, districts so called, 2.
Kirttimat, sonof Vasudeva,
4. no. 179; 4. 211, 222.
Kirttirata, son of Mahadhfiti, 3. Kontalas(?)= Kuntalas(?),3.293.
332. Konwa = Kollaka, a certain moun-
Kirttiratha, son of Pratindhaka, tain, 2. 141.
3- 331- Kora,a certainhill, 2. 142.
Kisadhyas,variant of Sukut'yas, Kosa,a river, 2. 153.
2. 157. Kosalas,Kosalas,a people,2. 157,
Kishkindhas,a people,3. 293. J72, 173, 34*; 4. 215, 219,
Kitavas, a people, 2. 185. 220.
Klesa,' afflictionof soul/ 1. 69. Kosala,Kosala,countriessocalled,
Kodavi, variant of Kot'avi, 5. 117. 2. 145, 172, 173; 3. 264, 318,
Koka, variant of Kosa, 2. 153. 3*9> 323>324; 4. 171; 5. 82.
Kokabakas,a people, 2. 179 Kosala,Kosala,a city, 2. 172; 4.
(wherecorrectthespelling),341. 215, 216.
Kokanakhas,variantof Kokarakas, Kosi (??),vulgarly Coosy,a river,
2. 179. andits affluents,2. 146" 3. 330.
Kokarakas,a people,2. 179. Kot'avi,a goddesssocalled,5. 117..
Kolas(?),a people,
3. 293. Kot'ivarsha
= S'oiiitapura,
5. 112.
Kola,sprungfromTurvasu,4.117. Kot't'avi,variantof Kot'avi,5. 117.
Kolahala,a certainmountain,3. Kovida,a castein Kusa-dwipa,2.
219. 197.
Kolahala, variant of Kalanara, 4. Krakacha, a hell, 2. 215.
120. Kramaria3variant of Kfikana, 4.
Kolaldlas, variant of Kailakilas, 72.
4. 211. Kramu, a river in Plaksha-dwipa,
Kolasarpas(?), a people, 3. 293. 2. 192.
Kolildlas, variant of Kailakilas, 4. Kramunja, a mountain-rangerun-
211. ning eastward from Mount
Kollaka, a certain mountain, 2. Meru, 2. 117.
141." Kratha, son of Yidarbha, 4. 67.
Kolukas, a people, 2. 174. Kratu, son of Brahma, 1. 8, 100,
Komala ("?),variant of Kosala, 4. <fec.;2. 285, &c.; 3. 3, 68. His
216. wife, 1. 109, no. His off-
Konaditya,apparently
anepithet spring,1. 155.
of Vishnu, P. 28. Kratu, son of Uru, 1. 177. Called
Koriarka, evidently the right read- son of Ulmuka, 1. 178.
ing, and synonymouswith Kratu (who*?),husbandof Haya-
Konaditya. See Kanarka. sira, 2. 71.
INDEX.

Kratu, oneof the Viswedevas,3. Kfikana, sonof Bhajamana,


sonof
189-191. Satwata,4. 71.
Kratu, son of Krishna and Jam- Kfikaneyu, sonof Eaudraswa,4.
bavatf, 5. 79. 128.
Kratu, a certainstar,4. 233. Kfimi, sonof Usinara,4. 121.
Kratu = India (1?),1. 123. Kfimi, wife of Usinara,4. 121.
Kratudhwaja,variant of Irlita- Kfimi (]), a river, 2. 146.
dhwaja,1. 117. Kfimi, variantof Nimi, 4. 72.
Kratnjit, variantof 6itajit, a Kfimi,variant
of Kfitaka,sonof
Yaksha,2. 289,292. Chyavana,4. 149.
Kratujit, variantof Bitujit, sonof Kfimibhaksha
= Kfimibhojana,
2.
Anjana, 3. 334. 217.
Kratumat, son of Viswamitra,4. Kfimibhojana,a hell, 2. 214,215.
28. Kfimila, a city founded by Kfimi,
Kraturata, variant of Klrttirata, 3. son of Usinara, 4. 121.
332- Kfimilapuri = Kfimila, 4. 122.
Kratusthala, an Apsaras, 2. Si- Kfimilaswa, variant of Kampilya,
83, 285, 291. son of Haryaswa, 4. 145.
Krauncha, disciple of S'akapuni, Kfimipuyavaha, variant of Puya- '
and promulgator of the Big- vaha, 2. 218.
veda, 3. 47. Kfimisa, Kfimisa, a hell, 2. 214,
Krauncha, an Asura, slain by 217.
Karttikeya, 2. 119. Kfipa, a Bishi in the eighth Man-
Krauncha, a mountain-range in wantara, son of S'aradwat, 3.
Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 118, 119, 23 ; 4. 162.
197- Kfipa, variously genealogized,4.
Kraunchadarana, an epithet of 146, 147 ; 5. 135.
Karttikeya, 2. 119. Kfipa, a river, 2. 155.
Krauncha-dwipa,a fabulous conti- Kfipa&a, variant of Kfikana, 4.72.
nent so calledj 2. 101,109, no, Kfipi, variously genealogized,
197, cfec. wife of Drona, 4. 146, 147.
Kraunchari, an epithet of Kartti- Kfipi (?),variant of Kfitwi, 4. 142.
keya, 2. 119. Kfisangi, an Apsaras, 2. 82.
Kraunchi, daughterof Kasyapa, Kfisaswa,his wives,2. 21, 337.
wife of Garud'a,
and motherof His offspring,variousweapons,
curlews, &c., 2. 73. <fec.,2. 29 " 3. 81, 82.
Krausht'uki,namedin. the Mar- Kfisaswa,variouslygenealogized,
kaiid'eya-purana,
P. 56 j 5. 381. 3. 247.
Kravyddas,a classof Pit'ris,3. 339. Kfisaswa,sonof Samhataswa,
3.
Krid'a-khand'a,a part of the 265, 266.
Ganesa-purana,
P. 91. Kfishna, son of Vasudeva and
INDEX.

Devaki, 4. in, 268. An I Kamsa'selephant,5. 29, 30.


epiphany of Vishfiu, P. 4, 15, Slays Chanura, a pancratiast,
28, <fec.;4. 247; 5. i. Identi- 5. 39. Slays Kamsa, 5. 41.
fied with the Eishi jSTarayana, Inaugurates Ugrasenaking, in
and also with the supreme the place of Karrisa, his son, 5.
Brahma, 4. 247. An imper- 45. Studies the scienceof arms
sonation of a black hair of under Sandipani, 5. 46, 47.
Vishnu,4. 258, 259. His birth, Slays the Daitya Panchajana,
4. 268, &c. Is brought up by and possesseshimself of the
Nanda and Yasoda,4. 275, &c. conch-shellPanchajanya,5. 48.
He slaysPiitana, a femalefiend, Is besieged,in Mathura, by Ja-
4. 276. He overturns a wag- rasandha,5. 50, &c. He builds
gon, 4. 279. He throws down the city of Dwaraka, 5. 56. He
two Arjuna-trees, 4. 281. He destroysKalayavana,theYavana
contends with, overcomes,and king, 5. 57. Kepairs to Dwa-
banishes, Kaliya, a formidable raka, 5. 63. He is falsely sus-
serpent,4. 286, &c. Is hymned pectedof having killed Prasena,
by the serpent, 4. 291, <fcc.He in order to come by the Sya-
dissuadesJSTanda from worship- - mantakajewel, 4. 76. He re-
ping Indra, 4. 308, <kc, He coversthe jewel from Jarnbavat,
lifts up Mount Govardhana,and king of the bears, 4. 79. He
supports it for seven nights, 4. slaysS'atadhanwan,the Ya-dava,
3I5 j <*"34' ^s made,by Indra, 4. 83. He discoversthe Sya-
monarchof kine, 4. 318, <&c. Is mantaka jewel in the possession'
known asUpendra,etc.,andwhy, of Akrura, 4. 90. He is ac-
4. 318, <fcc. He sports with the quitted of the theft of it, 4. 91.
Gopis, 4. 323, <fec.He slaysthe He falls in love with, and car-
demon Arisht'a, in the form of a ries off, Hukminf, 5. 69, &c.
bull, 4. 333, 334. Is attacked He marriesJambavati, daughter
by, and slays,the demon Kesiri, of the bear Jambavat, 4. 79.
in the form of a horse, 4. 339, He marriesSatyabhama,daugh-
340. Is lauded by the Brahman ter of Sattrajita, 4. 80. His other
Narada,4.34o,&c. Is hymnedby wives besidesKukmini, &c., 5.
Akrura, 5. 14, <kc.Is conveyed, 78, &c. He slays Muru, a
by Aknira, towards Mathura-, demon,5.89. He slays N"araka,
5. 17, 18. He slays Kamsa's another demon, 5. 90. Is
washerman, 5. 18,19. Blesses hymned by Aditi, 5. 90, &c.
a politeflower-seller,
5. 19, 20. Visits the gardenof Indra, and
Straightens a crooked maid- carries away the Parijata-tree,
servant of Karrisa, 5. 21, 22. 5. 93, &c, His 16.100 or
Breaks a bow, 5. 23, Kills 16.108wives, 4. 112; 5. 82,
INDEX. 93

105. His 180,000


sons,5. 108. Kfishriangi,variant of Kfisangi,
Rescues Aniruddlia from Baiia, 2. 82.
5. 112, &c., &c. He over- Kfishiiasutra,a hell, 2. 215.
powersSiva, 5. 115, &c. Is Kfislmavena= Kfishnavefii, 2.
propitiatedby him,5. 119, 120.
He slaysPamid'raka, the false Kfishiiaveiii,two rivers so called,
Vasudeva, 5. 125. He burns one of which is the Krishna,
Benares,5. 128. Is recalled, popularlycalledKistna, 2. 130,
. by the gods, to heaven,5. 143. 132, 144, 150, 152.
He bringsaboutthedestruction Kfita, son of Samnatimat,and
of the Yadavas, 5. 149. Is disciple of Hiranyanabha, 3. 60,
shot by a hunter, Jaras by 61 ; 5. 390. He compiledsix,
name,5. 152. He is burned, or elsetwentyfour, Saiiihitasof
and his wives with him, 5. 154. the Sama-veda,4. 143.
See also 1. 42, 53, 143, 151 ; Kfita, son of Viswamitra,4. 27, 28.
2-5. 57; 3. 83, 84; 4. 75,&c., Kfita, sonof Vasudeva, 4. 109.
230, 234, 235, 245,&c. &c. Kfita, the first ageof the world,
Krishna, sonof Havirdhana,1.193. 1. 96; 3. 29,31; 4. 157, 229,
Krishna, a king, variously genetf- 236, 237; 0. 170, 179, 181,
logized, 4. 195, 200, 201. 184, 185. Its duration, &c.,
Krishna, a hell, 2. 214, 219. 1. 49, 50.
Krishna, a castein S'almala-dwipa, Kfita, variant of Yajnakfita, 4. 44.
2. 194, Kfita (?),variantof Kfiti, sonof
Krishna = Vyasa, 5. 162. See Kirttiratha, 3. 331.
Kfishiiadwaipayana. Kfita (?),variantof feta, 3.335.
Krishna,variantof Madhu,sonof Kfita (?),variant of Kfitaka, son
Arjuna, 4. 57. of Cliyavana,4. 149.
KfishriS,(*?)= Kfishfiaveni, a river, Kfitadharma, variant of Kfita-
2. 132, 141, 144, 150, 152. varrnan, 4. 55.
Kfishiiadwaipayana, son of Para- Kfitadharman, son of Sankriti, 4.
sara and Satyavati, 4. 158. The 44-
last Vyasa,3. 36,37. Author Kfitadhwaja, son of Dharma-
of the Mahabharata,3. 41. He dhwajaor Janaka,3. 333 ; 5.
divided the original Yedainto 217. ^
four, &c., 3. 43. SeealsoP. Kfitagni, sonof Dhanaka,4. 55.
17,98; 5. 183. Kfitaka, sonof Vasudeva,4. 109.
Kfishna-janma-khand'a, a part of Kfitaka, son of Cliyavana,sonof
the Brahma-vaivarta-purana,P. Suhotra,4. 149.
65, 67 ; 4. 245. Kfitaka, variant of Kfikana, 4. 72.
Kfishnaksha (]), variant of Vfi- Kfitamala, a river, 2. 130, 132,
shana,4. 57. 155.
94 INDEX.

Kfitanandana, son of Dharma, son Kfiti, variant of Dhfiti, son of


of Kamachandra,4. 211. Babhru, 4. 67.
Kfitanjaya, Vyasa of the seven- Kfitimat, variant of Dhfitimat,
teenth Dwapara age,3. 35, 37. son of Yavinara, 4, 142.
Kfitanjaya,son of Dharmin,4. Kfitin, variantof ifeinajya,
3. 35
169. Kfitin C?),variantof Kfita, sonof
Kf itaratha, variant of Kirttiratha, Samnatimat, 4. 143.
3. 331- Kfitin, variant of Kfitaka, son of
Kfitasarman, variant of Viswasaha, Chyavana,4. 149.
3. 314. Kfitirata, variant of Klrttirata, 3.
Kfitasmara, a certain hill, 2. 142. 332-
Kf itasthala,variant of Kratusthala, Kfitiratha, variant of Kirttiratha,
2.285,292.
Kfitasthali, variant of Kratusthala,
,3'.331'
Kfitiroman, variant of Maharo-
2. 285. man, 3. 332.
Kfitaujas, son of Dhanaka, 4. 55. Kfitsna, variant of Kutsa, son of
Kfitavarman, son of Dhanaka, 4. Chakshusha,the Maim, 1.-I78.
55, 80, 82. Kfittikas, certain stars so called,
Kfitavarman,son of Hfidika, 4. "'2. 23. Their names,as early
99; 5. 148. reckoned,2. 337.
Kfitavati, variant of Dbfitavati, Kfittika, a certainastefism,2.256,
2. 149. &c. : 3. 132 : 4. 234, 235.
Kfitavirya, son of Dhanaka, 3. Kfittiratha, variant of Kirttiratha,
81; 4.2,54-56. ,3'33I>
Kfibavrata,disciple of Lomahar- Kfitwi, daughter of S'uka, and
shana,3. 65. variously wedded, 4. 142.
Kfitayajna, variant of Kfitaka, son Kfitya, a river, 2. 146.
of Chyavana,4. 149. Kfitya, a certainbeing produced
Kiiteyu, son of Baudraswa,4. 128, by magic, 5. 126-128.
129. Kriya, (devotion/ daughter of
Kfiti, son of Kirttiratha, son of Daksha,and wife of Dharma, 1.
Pratindhaka, 3. 331. 109, no. Called daughter of
Kfiti, son of Bahulaswa,3. 335. Kardama, and wife of Kratu, 1.
Kfiti, son of Nahusha, 4. 45. no.
Kfiti, wife of Samhrada,2. 69. Kriya-yoga-sara,a reputed portion
Kfiti (?), variant of Kfita, son of of the Padma-purana,P. 30, 33,
Samnatimat,3. 60, 61; 4. 143; 34-
5. 390. Krodha, ' wrath/ 1. 102. Called
Kfiti, variant of Yajnakfita, 4. 43. son of Daksha,.1. 103. Called
Kfiti, variant of Babhru? son of son of Lobha, 1.111. Also called
Romapada,4. 67. son of Mrit}ru, 1. 112.
INDEX, 95

Ivrodha= Krodhavasa,
2. 74, 75. Kshattraujas,variously genealo-
Krodhana, son of Ayuta, son of gized,4. 180, 181.
Radika, 4. 153. Kshattravfiddha, son of Ayus, son
Krodhavasa,
daughterof Daksha, of Puniravas,4. 30, 38, 43, 44,
wife of Kasyapa,and mother of ^ 344-
sharp-toothed
monsters
in gene- Kshattravfiddha (??), variant of
ral, 2, 26, 74. Kshattradharman, 4. 44.
Krodhodana, variant of S'uddho- Kshattriyas, ' the martial caste.'
dana, 4. 169. Born from the breastof Brahm&,
Kroshtri, variant of Krosht'u, 4. 1. 89, 90. Their duties, 3. 86,
53- 87. Destroyedby Parasurama,
Kroshtri, variant of Vfishni, 4. 4. 23. How preserved, 4. 24,
74,94- &c. Eacesof them converted
Krosht'u, son of Yadu, 4. 53, 61. into Brahmans, 3. 258, 259; 4.
Kshama, 'patience/ daughter of 29> J3o>r37>145-
Daksha,and wife of Pulaha,1. Kshattropakshattra(?]), son of
109, 154- SVaphalka,4. 95.
Kshama, one of the Bh4va-push- Kshattropeta(?),son of SVaphalka,
pas,4. 294. 4. 95-
Kshamavarta, son of Devala, the Kshaya, variant of Gurukshepa,4.
&ishi, 2. 24. i67.
Kshana, a measure of time, Kshema,(prosperity,5sonof Dhar-
variously estimated, 1. 47, 48. ma, the Prajapati, 1. iro, in.
Kshanti, variant of Khyati, the Kshema,
son of Idhmajihwa,king
river so called, 2. 198. of Plaksha-dwipa,2. 193.
Kshapanaka,an author, referred to Kshema,son of Sunitha, 4. 3 7.
thecourtof King Vikramaditya, Kshema,an Apsaras,2. 81, 83. ,
P. 8. Kshema,a regionin Plaksha-dwipa,
Ksharakardama,
a hell, 2. 215. 2. 193-
Kshataclhaman(?), variant of Kshema,variantof Kshemya,son
&itadhaman,
3. 27. of Ugrayudha,
4. 143.
Kshattra (?), son of SVaphalka, Kshema,variantof Kshemaka,
son
*" 95- of JSTiramitra,4. 166.
Kshattradharma,variant of Kshat- Kshema, variant of Kshemya, son
travfiddha, 4. 43. of S'uchi, 4. 174.
Kshattradharma,variant of Kshat- Kshemabhumi, variant of Deva-
tradharman, 4. 44. bhuti, 4. 192.
Kshattradharman, variouslygenea- Kshemadhanwan, son of Pun-
logized,.4.43, 44. d'arika,3. 320.
Kshattradharman, variant of Kshemadharman, son of Kaka-
Kshattravfiddha, 4. 43. varna, 4. 180.
96 INDEX.
Kshemadhi,variant of Kshemari, Kshetrajna,(embodiedspirit/ a
3. 334- form of Vishnu,1. 29 ; 5. 241.
Kshemajit, variant of Kshattraujas, Kshetropeksha,sonof S'waphalka.,
4. 180. 4. 96.
Ksheinaka, son of Medhatithi, Kshipraka, variant of Slpraka, 4.
king of Plaksha-dwipa,2. 191. 194.
Kshemaka,son of Niramitra, 4. Kshira,a seaof milk,encompassing
166. S'aka-dwipa,2. 201.
Kshemaka, a Rakshasa, slain by Kshudhi, son of Krishna and Mi-
Alarka, 4. 37. travindaj 5. 79.
Ksliemaka, a division of Plaksha- Kshudra, ' elated by petty gain/
dwipa, 2. 191. 3- 135-
Kshemakari, variant of Ksheman- Kshudrabaka, variant of Kshu-
kari, 4. 262. draka, 4. 170.
Kshemakarman, variant of Kslie- Kshudraka,son of Prasenajit, 4.
inadliarman, 4. 180. 170.
Kshemankari,the sameas Yoga- Kshulika(?),variantof Kund'aka,
nidra, 4. 262^ 4. 171.
Kshemarchis, variant of Kshat- Kshullaka, variant of Kuiid'aka>4.
traujas, 4. 180. 171.
Ksliemari, son of Sanjaya,son of Kshupa, variously genealogized,3.
Suparswa, 3. 334. 242, 243.
Ksliemavarman, variant of Kshe- Kubera, god of wealth, a Devarshi,
madharman, 4. 180. son of Visravas, 1. 119, 122,
Ksliemavat, variant of Kshemari, 154; 2. 86, 112 ; 3. 22, 68,
3- 334- 116, 246, 273 ; 4. 281; 5. 15,
Ksliemavit, variant of Ksnattrau- 100, 137, 138, 386,-388. His
jas? 4. 180. city, 2. 112, 118.
Ksh.emya,sonof Ugrayudba,4.T43. Kuehchhila, variant of Pichchhila,
Kshemya, son of S'uchi, son of 2. 151.
Vipra, 4. 174. Kuchidi C?),variant of Kushiclin,
Kshemya= Yoganidra, 4. 262. 3. 60.
Kshepaka(?), variant of Kslie- Kuchira, a river, 2. 150.
maka, son of Niramitra, 4. 166. Kud'rnala, a hell, 2. 215.
Kshepana,"what, in the pancra- Kuhaka, a Naga, 2. 38.
tium, 5. 36. Kuhii, daughter of Angiras, 1. 153.
Kshetra = Nakshatra, 2. 257. Kuhu, a river in India, 2. 155.
Ivshetradharman,variant of Kshat- Kuhii, a river in S'almala-dwipa,
tradharman, 4. 44. 2. 195.
Kshetrajna, variant of Kshattrau- Kuhu, ' the last day of the moon's
jas, 4. 180. wane/ 2. 261, 342.
INDEX. 97

Kujambha,a demon,slainby Inclra, Manava-dharma-sastra, referred


4- 3. 334- to, or cited, 1. 194; 2. 134, 143,
Kujambha, a Daitya, slain by 215, 216, 303; 3. 89, 100, 104,
Viduratha, 3. 242. 107-109, 114, 131, 138, 148,
Kukkuras = Dasarhas,2. 178. 154, 168, 174, 176, 179, 187,
Kukkurdngaras ('?), a people, 2. 225 j 4. 26 ; 5. 115.
178. Knlpa ('?), sprung from Turvasu,
Kukslieyu, variant of Kakslieyu, 4. 117.
4. 128. Kuliitas, a people, 2. 174.
Kukshi, disciple of Paushpinji, and Kulut'as (?), variant of Utulas, 2.
promulgator of the Sama-veda, 174.
3. 61. Kulya, disciple of Paushpinji, and
Kukshi, son of Ikshwaku, 3. 297. promulgator of the Sama-veda,
Kukshi, daughter of Priyavrata, 3. 61.
2. 100. Kumalaka = Sauvira, 2. 174.
Kukuras, a people, 2. 162, 178; Kumdras, certain saints so called,
5. 147, 150. 1. 77, <fec.,115.
Knkura, son of Andhaka, 4. 96, Kumdra, a Prajapati, 1. 102.
97; 5- J32- Kutndra, son of Agni or Anala, 2.
Kuldchala ==Kula-parvata, 2. 113, 23. SeeKarttikeya, especially
125. in 4. 283.
Kulacharya, what, 3. 260. Kumdra, son of Ehavya, king of
Kulachchas ('?),variant of Kulat- S'aka-dwipa,2. 198.
thas, 2. 182. Kumdra, a division of S'aka-dwipa,
Kuladya(W),a country,2. 165. 2. 198.
Kula-guru, what, 3. 292. Kumdra, a river, 2. 131.
Kulaka, a castein Kusa-dwipa, 2. Kumdragupta, a king, 4. 219.
197. Kumara-sambhava,the, a poem by
Kulaka, variant of Kuiid'aka, 4. Kdliddsa, referred to, 2. 181.
171. Kumdrasimha, an astronomer,re-
Kiilakas, variant of Kalakhanjas, ferred to the court of King Vi-
2. 71. kramdditya, P. 9.
Kuldla, variant of Kusala, 4. 189. Kumdra-tantra = Kaumdra-bhfi-
Kula-parvata, ' a mountain-range/ tya, 4. 33.
2. 127. Kumdri, a river in India, 2. 154.
Kulatthas, a people,2. 182. SeeKumdra.
Kulika, variant of Kund'aka, 4.171. Kumdri, a river in S'aka-dwipa,2.
Kulika, a king, 4. 171. 199-
Kulindas,a people,2. 180. Kumari, CapeComorin,2. 127.
Kulindopatyakas, a people, 2, 176. 132.
Kulliika, a commentator on the Kumdri (ft) = Kumdrd, 2. 131,132.
G
93 INDEX.

Kumarika,a portion of Bharata- Kunda, a mountainin S'almala-


varsha, 2. 112, 129. dwipa, 2. 195.
Kumarika-kharid'a,
a part of tlie Kuiid'aka, son of Kshudraka,4.
Skanda-purana,4. 195. 171.
Kumari-puja, what, 5. 316, 332. Kuiidala, a river, 2. 148.
Kumbhaka, what in the Yoga Kund'alas,variant of Kuiit'hakas,
philosophy, 4. 308; o. 231. 2. 180.
Kumbhakarna, son of Visravas, 1. Kund'dsin, what, 2. 218.
154. Kund'ina= Condavir,2.159(where
Kumbhand'a,
ministerof Baiia,son correctthespelling); 5. 69-71,
of Bali,5. 109. 3^9;
Kumbhi, variantof Kunti, son of Kuiidlnapura-,the sameas Kuii-
Kratha, 4. 67. dlna^ and yet identified, by Pro-
Kunibhipaka, a hell, 2. 215. fessor Wilson, with Kundapoor,
Kumodaka, an epithet of Krishna, 5. 69.
5.51- Kuiiij son of Satyadhwaja,3. 334.
Kumuda> disciple of Pathya, arid Kuni, variant of Tuni, 4. 93.
teacher of the Atharva-veda,3. Kiinikaj son of S'renika, 5. 391.
62. Kuntas(?),a people^2. 169.
Kumuda, a mountain to the north Kuntala, countries so called, 2.
of Mount Meru, 2. 115, 116; 157.
3.9. Kuntalasjpeoples,two or more,2.
Kumuda, a mountain-range in I57> 172, 178.
S'almala-dwlpa,2. 194, 195. Kuntalas-,variant of Kulatthas, 2.
Kumudadi, disciple of Pathya, and 182.
teacher of the Atharva-veda, 3, Kuntala S'&takarni,son of Mahen-
62. dra S'^takanii, 4. 202.
Kumuda-dwipa
= Kusa-dwipa,
the Kuntalaswati(?),variantof Kun-
mythological island so called, 2. talasw4tikariia, 4. 200.
129. Kuntalaswdtikariia, son of Mri-
Kumudahi(?),variant of Kumu- gendra,4. 200.
dadi, 3. 62. Kuntapr4varaiias,a people,2. 169.
Kumudari,variantof Kumudadi, Kunt'hakas,a people,2. 180.
3. 62. Kuntis, a people,2. 162.
Kumudwati,a river in India, 2. Kunti, variously genealogized, 4.
155- 54-
Kumudwati,a river in Krauncha- Kunti, son.of Kratha,4. 67.
dwipa,2. 198. Kunti, sonof Krishna and Satya,
Kunakas,variant of Karat'as,2. 5. 79.
i So. Kunti, wifeof P&M'u,4. 80, 159,
Kunakhin,what,3. 176. 321; 5. 96,150, 155-
IXDEX. 99

Kunti, a country,2. 164. Kurujangala,a country,2. 176.


Kunti, a river, 2. 132. Kuruka,variantof Huruka,3.289.
Kunti = Kuntibhoja, 4. 101. Kurukhet, where situated, P. 76;
Kunti = Ivaclicliha, 2. 164. 2. 143. See Kurukshetra, of
Kuntibhoja, father of Pfitha, 4. which it is a popular corruption.
101, 321. Kurukshetra, a district, P. 55, 76 ;
Kuntijit, variantofAitujit, 3.334. 2. 133,143; 3.343; 4. 8, 148,
Kuntikas, variant of Kuntalas, 2. 164; 5. 248. See Kurukhet.
i78. Kurund'i, a Eishi in the third Mau-
Kupathas, a people, 2. 182* "wantaraj3. 7.
Kurara, variant of Kurari, 2. 117. Kurura, variant of Kuru, a caste
Kurarf, a mountain-range to the so called, 2. 193.
east of Mount Meru, 2. 117. Kunitthama, variant of Varuttlia,
Kurat'as, variant of Earat'as, 2. 4. 117.
tSo. Kuruvanisa, son of Madliu, son of
Kuravas(fy a classof Apsarases, Devakshattra,4. 70.
2* 82. Kuruvamsaka= Kuruvanisa, 4.70.
Kiircha, what, 5. 383. Kuruvarnakas, a people, 2. 176.
Kurma^ an epiphany of Vishnu as Kuruvasa, son of Madhu, son of
a tortoise, P. 78. Devakshattra, 4 69.
Kurma-puraria,analysis of it, &G.J Kuruvat, variant of Puruvat (ty,
P. 20, 24, 26,76,&c., 83; 5. 286, 3. 191.
288, 298; 301, 322, 325, 375. Kuruvatsa, son of Anavaratha, 4.
Kurus, a people, 2. 132, 133, 143, 69.
156, 182. Kusaj son of Kama, 2. 172, 173 ;
Kurus,a dynasty,4; 184; 5. 132, 3. 318-320.
i33> 140* Kusa, variously genealogized,4.
Kuru, son of Samvararia,1. 191; I5> I<5>343-
3. 79; 4. 145, 148, 152, 237 j Kusa, variant of Lesa, 4. 31, 43,
5. 131, 133, 134, 150, 164. 343-
Kuru, son of Agnidhra, and king Kusa, variant of Kausika, son of
of a country abutting on the Vidarbha, 4. 67.
S'i'ingavatrange,2. 102. Kusa,variantof Kusamba,sonof
Kuru, a region, 2. in, 123, 125, Vasu, 4. 149.
. 126, 156, 176, 207. KusabinduSja people,2. 176.
Kuru, a caste in PlaksLa-dwipa, Kusachira, a river, 2. 149.
2/i 93. Kusadhara,
a river,2, 149.
Kuru C?),variantof Kuruvasa,4. Kusadhwaja,variously" genealo-
69. giaed, 3. 333.
Kurujangalas, a people, 2. 156, Kusddhyas, variant of Sukut'yas,
176. &c., 2. 157, 165.
IOO INDEX.

Kusadi (?),variantof Kusbfdin,3. Kusastamba,


variant of Kusamba,
60. son of Kusa, 4. 15.
Kusa-dwipa,
a fabulouscontinent, Kusastliali= DwarakA,P. 107; 2.
surroundedby a seaof wine, 2. 172; 3. 249, 253, 255, 320;
101, 109, 195, <fec. SeeKausa. 5. 56.
Kusa-dwipa,an island,the same Kusasthali= KuSavatl,2. 172; 3.
as Kumuda-dwipa, 2. 129. 3i9? 320.
Kusagra,sonof Brihadratha,son Kusaswa('?'?),variantof Kusambn,
of Yasn,4. 150. sonof Kusa,4. 15.
Kusagrya('?),variantof Kusagra, Kusavati,a city, 2. 172; 3. 320.
4. 150. SeeKusastbali.
Kusajas,variant of Kusalas, 2. Kusavlra, variant of Ku^acLira,
172, 341. 2. 149.
Kusalas, a people,2. 172 ; 4. 216. Kusesaya, a mountain in Kusa-
Kusalas, a caste in Kusa-dwipa, dwipa, 2. 196.
2. 197. Kushidin, disciple of Paushpinji,
Kusala, son of Dyutimat, king of and teacherof the Saina-veda,
Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197. 3. 60.
Kusala, son of Asokavardhana,4. Kushmand'as, Kushmand'as, cer-
189. tain demigods, 1. 166; 3. 116;
Kusala, a region in Krauncha- 4. 277; 5. 94.
dwipa, 2. 197. Kusida, disciple of Paushpinji,
Kusala (]),variant of Kusumoda,son and teacher of the Sama-veda,
of Bliavya, anda region, 2. 198. 3. 61.
variant of Sumalya, 4. Kusidi (?),variant of Kushldin,3.
60.
Kusalyas, variant of Sukut'yas, Kusidin (1), variant of Kusbidin,
&c., 2. 157. 3.6o.
Kusamba, son of Kusa, 4. 15, 16. Kusika, a family named from tlie
Kusamba,son of Yasu,4. 149, 150. father of Viswamitra, 3. 16, 23.
Kusanablia,
sonof Kusa,4. 15,16. Kusika(?), variantof Kushadgu,
Kusanabha,variant of Pramsu, 3. 4. 61.
232. Kusika, son of Kusa, 4. 15, 16.
Kusan^ra, variant of Kusadhara, Kusin C?)?variant of Kushidin, 3.
2. 149. 60.
Kusand'as,variant of Sukut'yas, Kusiti (?),variantof Kushidin,3.
&c., 2. 157, 165. 60.
Kusanku,variantof Eushadgu,4. Kusumapura
= Pdt'aliputra,a city,
61. 4. 182, 204.
Kusarava,patronymof Maitreya, Kusunai(?), variant of Kuthumi,
1. 6. 3. 60.
INDEX. 101

Kusumi, variant of Sublmmi. son Kuvalayaswa= Pratardaiia, 4. 36.


of Ugrasena,4. 99. Kuvena, variant of Tungavena,2.
Kusumoda,son of Bhavya, king of ,
I5'
S'aka-dwipa,2. 198. Kuvira, variant of Kuchira, 2.
Kusumoda,aregionin S'aka-dwipa, 150.
2. 198.
Kut'a (?1),a mountain-range
to the Lagliiman, the term defined,3.
north of Mount Meru, 2. 117. 3H-
See S'ankhakiit'a. Laghti, a measureof time, 1. 48,
KutVigara,what, 5. 194. 49-
Kut'akas,a people,2. 104, 105. Laghu-siva-purana,
a mythological
Kut'aka, a mountain, 2. 141. work, P. 36.
Kutapa, the term explained,3. Lagua,in astrology,4. 66.
187, 188. Lainga-purana= Linga-puraiia, P.
Kut'asaila, a certain hill, 2. 142. 23, 67 ; 3. 67.
Kut'asalmalij a hell, 2. 215. Lnjja, * modesty/ daughter of
Kuthami (?),variantof Kuthumi, Daksha,and wife of Dharma,
3. 60. 1. 109, no.
Kuthapravarayas(?), variant of Lajjadhara,variant of Jaladhara,
Kuntapravaranas,2. 169. 2. 198.
Kuthumi, discipleof Paushpinji, Lakshana,an Apsaras,2. 81-83.
and teacherof the Sama-veda, Lakshmana,son of Dasaratha,son
3. 60, 61. of Aja, 3. 314, 316, 318; 4.
Kut'i, what, 5. 30. 241.
Kut'ila, a river, 2. 155. Lakshmana,
an Apsaras,2. Si.
Kutsa, son of Chakshusha, Manu Lakshmana,daughter of the king
of thesixth Manwantara, 1.178. of the Madras, and wife of
Kut't'aparantas,
a people,2. 169. Krishna,5. 78,80, 81, 83, 107.
Kut't'apracharanas,
a people,2.169. Lakshmana,daughter of Duryo-
Kut't'apravaranas,
a people,2. 169. dhana,5. 130.
Kuva, variant of Gova, 2. 164. Lakshmi, ' prosperity,' a goddess.
Kuvalaswa, variant of Kuvala- Daughter of Daksha and Pra-
yaswa,3. 264. siiti, L 109. Wife of Dharma,
Kuvalaya,Pratardana'shorse,4. 1. no; 2. 21. By another
36. account,daughter of Bhfigu
Kuvalayapid'a,a Daitya, in the and Khyati, and wife of Nara-
form of an elephant,slain by yana or Vishnu, 1. 118, &c.,.
Krishna, 4. 320, 336, 337; 5. 152. By still anotheraccount.
24, 87. born from the ocean, when
Kuvalayaswa = Dhundhumara, churned, and taken by Vishnu,
son of Bfihadaswa,3. 264. 1, 144, 145. A S'aktiof Visli-
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nu,P. 71; 1. 104,142.Hymned Lanka,an island,2. 129; 3. 318;


by S'akra or Indra, 1. 147, <fcc. 5. 284.
See also P. 100; 5. 68, 289, Lanka, a city, 2. in, 113, 207;
291, 387. Other names of 4. 56.
Lakshmi are Bhuti, Chala, Lankapura = Lanka, the city, 2.
Kamala, Kanti, Ma, Madhavi, 113.
Padma,Sri, <fcc. Largas,variant of Bhargas,2. 171.
Lakshnii, a Kalpa, P. 77, Lasya, variant of Lesa, 4. 30.
Lakshmi JTarayaria,a combina- Lat'a, a country, 2. 159.
tion of Lakshmi and Ndrayana, Laugakshi, disciple of Paush-
P- 3-'- piuji, and teacher of the Sa-
Lakslimipura, the city of Blirigu, ma-veda,3. 60, 61.
on the river Narmada, 1. 150. Lauheyi, an Apsaras, 2. 82.
Lakslimivallabha,a modern au- Lauhi, sonof Alarka, 4. 38.
thor, referred to, 2. 163, 165; Lauhitya, a river, 2. 154.
4r 124, 171. Laukakshi(?),variant of Laugak-
Lakulas (?), an heretical sect, 5. shi, 3. 6p.
380. Lava, son of Rama, 3. 318, 319.
Lalabhaksha,a hell, 2. 215, 218. Lava, a measureof time, 1. 48.
Laiitd Devi, a form of Dtirga, P. Lavana, a Rakshasa, son of Ma-
86. dhu, 1. 165; 3. 318.
an arc of the heavens,' Lavana,variantof Savana,a hell,
. Lamb, '
daughterof Daksha,and wife 2. 214, 217.
of Dharma, 2. 21, 22. Lay a, what, 5. 244.
Lamba = Kot'avi, etc., 5. 117. Lekhas, a class of gods in the
Lambana,son of Jyotishmat, king sixth Manwantara, 3. 12.
of Kusa-dwipa,2. 195. Length,measures of, 1. 92, &c.
Lambana, a division of Kusa- Lesa,sonof S'unahotra, 4. 30, 43,
dwipa,2. 195. 343, 344-
Lambodara,son.of S'atakarrii,4- Libations,how offered,3. 115.
196, 200, 202. Liberation, when it is effected,5.
Land, measuresof, 1. 92, &c. 241,
Langalas.variant of Jangalas,3. Light, or fire, the element,1. 35.
176. Lightnings, the, their origin, 2.
Langala,
variant
of Ratula,
4. 170, ^28.
Laugali, disciple of Paushpiirji, Likhita-smiiti, the, a code of law,
and teacherof the Sama-veda, quoted,orreferredto,3.189,191.
3. 60, 61. Lila, what, 4. 267, 326.
Langalin= Halayudhaor Bala- Lilavati, the, a work on arith-
bhadra,5. 65, 66. metic,referredto, 5. 84, 188.
Ldiigulini,a river,2. 155. Linga,the5or ' phallus,' the type
INDEX. 103

of Siva, P. 67, &c.; 5. 283, Lokapalas,four, or eight, in num-


338>34i? 354. ber, 1. 153-155; 2. 86, 112,
Linga-purana,analysisof it, &c., 118; 3. 171, 172.
P. 20, 24, 67, &c., 71, 79, 83, Lokayatas, an heretical sect, 5.
89 ; 5. 264, 294, 298, 306, 380. And see3. 211 (notet).
308,327, 341, 379. Lomaharshana= K/omabarshana,
Lobba, ' cupidity/ Sprung from P. 17-19, 28, 30, 453 3. 42,
Brahma, 1. 102. Called son 43> 64; 65.
of Dharma, 1. no. Called Lomapada,variant of Romapada,
son of Damblia, 1. 111. son of Vidarbha, 4. 67.
Lochana(?),variant of Rochana, Lomapada,variant of Romapada,
3. 191. sonof Cbitraratha,4. 124.
Lobachariiii, variant of Lobatd- Lop4mudr4,wife of Agastya,4. 36.
rifii, 2. 147. Lunar days beld sacred by tbe
Lohadaraka,a bell, 2. 215. Vaisbnavas,2. 67.
Lobamukbas,a people, 2. 162.
Lohasanku, a bell, 2. 215. Ma = Lakshml, o. 387.
Lobitas, a class of gods in tbe Mad a, i insanity,' sprung from
twelfth Manwantara, 3. 27. Brahma, 1. 102.
Lobitas, certain Kausika Brah- Madabluita (V),son of Vasudeva,
mans, 4. 28. 4. 109.
Lohitadhipa = Lohitanga, 2. 259. Madana= Kama, 5. 72.
Lohitanga, or Mars, son of S'arva Madanotsava,a certain festival, P
and Vikesi, 1. 117; % 259. 64. .
Lohitarchis- Lohitanga,2. 259. Madayanti,wife of Saudasa,
son
Lohatarani, variant of Lobatarini, of Sudasa,3. 308, 310.
2. 147. Mcidbava= Vishnu or Krishna, 1.
Lohataririi, a river, 2. 147. 60; 2. 313; 4.327, 329; 5. 75.
Lobita, a river, 2. 154. Madhava, commentator on tbe
Lobitarna, son of Gbfitapfisbt'has Parasara-smfiti,quoted, 3. 103.
king of Krauncba-dwipa,2. 198. Madbava, founder of a religious
Lobitarna, a region in Krauncba- sect. SeeMadbwa.
dwipa, 2. 198. Madbava= Yaisakba, a month,
Lobitoda,a bell, 2. 215. April-May, 2. 261.
Lohitya, a river, 2. 15-4. M4dhavi, patronym of Pradyumna,
Lokas, cworlds,' or i spheres/ 5.75-
various, P. 31; 2. 225, &c. Mddbavi = S'ri or Laksbmi, con-
LokakshiC?),variant of Laugaksbi, sort of Madbava or Yishnu, 1.
3. 60, 61. 60.
Lokaloka, a fabulous zoniform Madhu,a 6ishi in the sixth Man-
mountain, 2. 204, &c.5261, 263. wantara, 3. 12, 14.
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Madhu, a Bakshasa,slain by Madhunishiidana


= Madhusudana,
Krishna, 1. 165 ; 2. 52, &c.; 3. 4. 301.
34, 318; 4. 78, 278,324, 330, Madhupadhwaja,
variantof Jaya-
338;5-3> 40, 4558I00> IOI> dhwajn,,4. 57.
106, 114. Madhupriya,an epithetof Akrura,
Madhu, son of Bindumat, 2. *. 338.
107. Madhura, variant of Mathura, 3.
Madhu, variously genealogized,4. 318.
57,58. Madhuraha,
sonof Ghfitapfisht'ha,
Madhu, son of Arjuria, son of Kri- king of Krauncha - dwipa, 2.
tavirya, 4. 57. 198.
Madhu, the family of, namedfrom Madhuraha,adivision of Krauncha-
Madhu, its founder, 4. 58. dwipa, 2. 198.
Madhu, son of Devakshattra, &c., Madhusudana,an epithet of Krish-
4. 68-70. na, 1. 112,119; 3. 75; 4. 278,
Madhu, son of Purudwat, 4. 69. 279, 286, 291, 301, 317, 320,
Madhu= Chaitra,a month,March- 324; 5. 8, 38, 41, 71, 86, 87,
April, 2. 261. 100, 101, 106, 127, <fec.<fec.
Madhu Acharya, founder of a sect, Madhuvahini, a river, 2. 150.
his time, P. 16; 5. 258,338, Madhuvana, a grove on the river
347, 356- Yamuna, 1. 165; 3. 318; 5.
Madhuchchhandas, variously ge- 388.
nealogized,4. 26, 28. Madhuvidwish, an epithet of Vish-
Madhudhwaja, variant of Madhu, nu or Krishna, 5. 117. Com-
son of Arjuna, 4. 57. pare Madhusudana.
Madhudwish, an epithet of Vishnu Madhwa, or Maclhava,founder of
or Krishna, 5. 117. Compare a sect, P. 49, 50.
Madhusudana. Madhwacharya.SeeMadhu Xchar-
Madhuhan, what, 2. 219. ya.
Madhuka, variant of Dhenuka, the Madhya, i a thousand billions,' 5.
river, 2. 199. 188.
Madhukulya, a river in Kusa- Madhya-desa,
the countryalongthe
dwipa,2. 197. river Narmada,4. 64, 169.
Madhumatas= Kasmiras,2. 173, Madhyamasht'aka,a certainholi-
341- day,3. 109.
Madhumati,a river, 2. 341. Madhyamikas,Madhyamikas,a
Madhumattas,a people, 2. 173. Bauddha sect, 3. 210.
Madhunandi, a king, 4. 212. Madhyandina, son of Pushparna,
Madhunighatin, an epithet of 1. 178.
Vishnu or Krishna, 4. 330. Madhyandina,
teacherof theYajur-
CompareMadhusudana. veda, 3. 57.
INDEX. 105

Madira, wifeof Vasudeva,


sonof Magadha,
a country,^^34 ; 4.
S'ura, 4. 109, no. 149, 151, 171,
Madira = Varani, goddessof wine, 2O4; 2O8, 2l8, 2
5. 65, 66. 5. 50, 51, 56.
Madras,peoplesso called, 2. 133, Magadha,a city (?), 4. 216.
135, 163, 180, 339; 3. 293; Magadha,a * bard,; or the name
5. 80. of one, the origin of, 1. 184,
Madra, daughter of Haudnis\va,
and wife of Prabhakara.,4. 129. Magadha,a measure,5. 189, 190.
Madra, a country, 2. 156, 163 " 4. Magasas,the Kshattriyas of S'aka-
5, 159; 5. 80, 83. dwipa, 5. 382. See Magadhas.
Madra, a river, 2. 155. Magha, the tenth lunar asterism,
Madrabhujingas,
a people,2. 161. 2. 258, &c. ; 3. 197; 4. 230,
Madrakas, Madrakas,a people, 2. 233? 234?236.
163, 339; 4. 121, 217. Magha, a month, Jan.-Feb., 2.
Madraka, son of S'ibi, son of Usi- 261, &c. ; 3. 109, 168-170.
nara, 4. 122. Maghada,a caste in S'aka-dwipa,
Madravas(l?),
variantof Amavat(?), 2. 200.
3. 189, 191. Maghavat = Indra, 1. 173; 2. 78,
Madreyajangalas,
apeople,
2. 156. 79;
'Madri, wife of Vfishni, son of Magi, the, identified with the Ma-
Bhajamana, 4. 73, 74, 94. gas and the Mughs, 5. 384.
Madri, wife of Pand'u, 4. 103, 159. Mahabahu, a Daitya, or else a
Madri, patronym, apparently, of Danava, 4. 272, 320.
Susila, Lakshmaria, and Mitra- Mahabahu,variant of Mahabhoja,
vinda, wives of Krishna, 5. 80- 4. 72.
83, 107. Mahabala(?),sonof Krishna and
Madura, variant of Mfidura, 4. Rukmini, 5. 78.
94, 96. Mahabala,variant of Vipra, son of
Magas,heliolaters in S'aka-dwipa, S'rutairjaya, 4. 174.
corresponding to terrestrial Mahabhadra,a lake in the grove
Brahmans, P. 64; 2. 200; 5. called Dhfiti, 2. 117. SeeMa-
381-385- hahrada.
Magadhas, MAgadhas, a people, Mahabhaga,variant of Mahabhoja,
2. 132, 165, 170^4. 218 j 5.56. 4. 72.
Mdgadhas,a dynasty, 4. 184. Mahabharata, the, a celebrated
Magadhas, the Kshattriyas of heroic poem, its composition,3.
S'aka-dwipa,2. 200. SeeMaga- 41. Seealso P. 4, ct passim.
sas. Mahabhasliya,the, a grammatical
Magadha,
aAishiin thefourteenth commentary,
referred
to,2. 152.
Manwantara,3. 28. Mahabhauma,son of Ariha, 4. 128.
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Mahabhoja,
sonof Satwata,4. 71- Mabauablia,son of HiranyaksLa,
73- the Daitya, 2. 70.
Maha-buddhi,
tlie sameasMahat, Mahanada, a river, 2. 131, 142,
5. 199. 148, 155.
Mahabulipoor,the popularname Mahanadi,a river, 2. 313.
of a town on the Coromandel Mahanandi, variant of Malianan-
coast,4. 316. din, 4. 182.
Mahacbitta,an Apsaras,2. 82. !Mahanandin, son of JSTandivar-
Mahadeva,Eudra or Siva, P. dhana,4. 182, 183.
89 ; 1. 104, 116,122, 124,128, Mahanaraka, a hell, 2. 215.
129, 134, &c. c.; 4. 262; Mahanasa,a mountainin S'aka-
5. 53?386. dwipa,2. 200.
Mahadeva, variant of Sahadeva, Mahanila, a serpent, son of Kas-
4. 98. yapa,2. 74.
Mahadhfiti,sonofVibudha,8.332-. Mahaniraya, a hell, 2. 215.
Mahadruma,son of Bjiavya,king Mahanta,son of Dhimat, son of
of S'aka-dwipa, 2. 198. Yiraj, 2. 107.
Mahadruma,a region in S'&ka- Mahapadma, king of Magadha,and
dwipa,2. 198. onewithNanda,4.171,184,185.
Mahagauri,a river, 2. 153. Mahapadma,a serpent, son of
Mahahaya, variantof Haya, 4. 53. Kasyapa,2. 74, 285, &c.
Mahahrada,a lake in the grove Mahapadma, what,in numeration,
called Dhfiti, 2, 112. See 4, 184: 5. 189, 392.
Mahabhadra. Maliapadmapati = Mahapadma,
Mahajwala, a hell, 2. 214, 217. or Nanda, 4. 184.
Mahakalpa, a certain vast measure Mahapaga,variant of Mahopama,
of time, 1. 5.3. 2, 1.51.
Mahamanas,son of Mahamani, 4, Mahapatha,a hell, 2. 215,
I2O. Mahapaurava^son of Sdrvabhauma,
Mahamand'ala,son of Tulakuclii,. 4. 143,
4. 186. Mahapralaya,.what, 1. 23, 24 ; 5.
Mahamarii,son of Jan.amejaya, son 169.
of Puranjaya, 4. 120. Mahapurusha,cgreat spirit,' a title
Maliamaya, a form of Parvati, P. of Vishnu, 1. 2, 3 ; 2. 308.
89. Mahdrana,oneof the Yiswe devas,
Mahdmayd, the same as Yogani- 3. 192.
dra, 4. 260. Maha-ranga,what, 5. 32.
Mahamoha, what, in philosophy^ Maharasht'ra, a country, 2. 165,
1. 69. 341; 3. 136; 5,3,89.
MahSmuni,a ftishi in the fifth. Maharatha3variant of Brihadra-
Manwantara, 3. 10, n. tha, son of Yasu, 4. 149.
INDEX. 107

Maliaratri,
aS'aktiof S'iva,1/104. Maliatmya,
what,P. 20, 29, 60,
Maharaurava,a hell, 2. 215. &c. &a, 100.
Mahar-loka,a regionwheredwell Mahatsena, variantof Sumati,son
the saintswho outlive the de- of Dfid'hasena,4. 176.
structionof the world, 1. 52, Mahat-tattwa,
what,in philosophy,
65, 98-2. 03, 226, 228,231; 1.74.
4. 266; 5. 192, 193. Mahavichi,a hell,,2. 215.
Maharoman,son of Kirttirata, 3. Mahavideha, a country,2. 165..
332. Maba-vidya, what, in philosophy,
Mabarshi, great Kishi,3 3. 264. 1. 148.
MaliAsa,
sonof KrishnaandMitra- Mahav/ra,variantof Mahdvita,2.
vinda, 5. 79. 201.
Mahasaila(11), a mountain-range Mahavira-charitra, the, a drama,
in Krauncha-dwipa,2. 197, referred to, 4. 171.
Mahasakti,son of Krishna and Mahavirya,son of Bfihaduktha,
Lakshmana, 5, 81. 3-33'<
Mahasala,variant of Mahamaui, Mahavirya,sonof Bhavanmanyu,
4. 120. ^ !36? 137*
Mahasila,variant of Mahatnaiu, Mahavishuva,
' the greatequinox,'
4. 120. 2. 257.
Mahaswat,
sonof Amarsha,3. 325. Mabavita,son of Savana,king of
Mahat, a Eudra, 1. 117 ; 2. 25. Pushkara-dwipa, 2, 201.
Mahat, son of Matinara, 4. 130. Mahavita, a region in Pushkara-
Mahat, variously genealogized,4. dwipa, 2. 201.
143- Mahdwamso,the, a Singhalese
Mahat,i intellect/ Thefirst pro- work,referredto, 4. 170(where
ductof Pradhana, 1. 29. Syno- correcttbe spelling),181, 182,
nyms and definitions of it, 1. 185-188, 345.
29, &c. The sourceof three- Maha-yajnas,
five certainsacrifices,
fold Ahamkdra, 1. 32, <fcc. See named, 3, 40, 93.
also I. 74, 139, 140, 170; 2. Maba-yuga,a vast period of time,
58, 234, 235; 3. 38; 5. 196, 1. 50; 4. 157.
198, 199. Mahendras. See4. 220 (note).
Mahatala,a Pat^la, or underworld, Mahendra= Indra, 1. 128, 137;
2. 209. 2. 306; 3. 226; 4. 311, 315,
Maha-tamas,what, in philosophy, 3l8 y 5, 102.
1.69, Mahendra,M4hendra,a mountain-
Mahatejas,son of Madhu, son of range, 2. 113, 127, 131, 140,
Devakshattra, 4. 69. 154, ISS-
Mahatman, variant of Mahanta, Mahendra, a mountain (same as
2, 107. the last 1). 4. 24.
INDEX.

Ma,hendra,
a river, 2. 148. Mahisbaka,what, 2. 219.
Mahendra,a starin tlie tail of the Mabishikas,variant of Mahisba-
S'isumara,or celestialporpoise, kas, (?)3. 292, 293.
2. 306. Mahishika,variant of MahishikI,
Mahendra S'&takarni, son of Cha- 2. 166.
kora S'atakarni,4. 202. MahishikI,a river,2. 166; 5. 389.
Mahesa,anepithetof S'iva,2. So. Mahisbins,a people,4. 214.
Mahesha,a certaindemon,2. 167. Mabishmas, variantof Mahishakas,
Maheswara,an epithet of Siva, P. 4. 220.
67, 68,72, 79, 89; 1. 126,128, Mabishmat,sonof Sahanji,4. 54.
130, &c. &c.; 3. 316; 5. 113, Mahishmati,a city, 2. 166, 167;
127,341. 4-_36?
54,55^59-
Malieswara-mahatniyii,part of the Mabita, a river, 2. 148.
Vayu-puraria,
P. 37. Mahodari,daughter of Maya, a
Maheswara-upapuraria,P. 87. Danava, 2. 72.
Maheswari,a S'akti of S'iva, P. 79. Mabodaya, the same as Kauoj, a
Maheyas,a people, 2. 169. city, 4. 15.
Mahl, a river in India, 2. 155, Mahopama,a river, 2. 151.
169, 170. MahyaSjvariant of Swakshas,
2.
Mahi, a river in Kusa-dwfpa, 2. i65.
196. Mabyuttaras, a people, 2. 170.
Mahidhara,a title of Vishnu,4. Maiua'ka,sonof Himavat, 1. 157.
278. Identified with a mountain in
Mahldhraka,variant of Mahadhidti, CentralIndia, 2. 141, 151, 154,
3- 332- 34-
Mabikas, a people, 2. 166. Mainakaprabhava = S'ona, the
Mahika, variant of Makari, 2. 149. river Sorie, 2. 141.
Mahimnara, son of Senajit, 4. 141. Mainda, conqueredby Krishna, 5.
Mahinasa,
aformofRudra,
1.117. 139;
Mahirata, variant of Ahiuara, 4. Maithilas, a dynasty, 4. 184.
165. Maithila, ' of Mitbila/ P. 106 ; o/
Mahisha, an Asura, son of Anu- 217.
hrada, 2. 69, 119. Maitra = Anuradha, an asterism,
Mahisha, a mountain-range in 2. 265, 277; 3. 167.
S'almala-dwipa,2. 194. Maitra, variant of Mitra, anAdit}ra,
Mahishas,variant of Mahikas, 2. 2. 289.
166. Maitreyas, a tribe of Brahmans(?)
Mahishas,variant of Mahishakas, descendedfrom Mitrayu ('?),4.
4. 220. 147-
Mahisbakas,
a people,2. 166,178; Maitreya,a foshi,sonof Kusarava,
4. 220. and disciple of Parasara, 1. 6,
INDEX. 109

He relates the Vishiiu-purdria, Malavanaras, variant of Malava-


and is one of the interlocutors nakas, 2. 178.
of the Bhagavata-puraria,1. 6. Malavartis, a people, 2. 157.
See also P. 41 ; 1. 7, &c. &c. ; Malavikagnimitra, the, a drama,
5. 130, 136, 167, &c., 251. referred to, 4. 190.
Maitreya, son of Mitrayu, 4. 147. Malayas, a people, 2. 165.
Maitri, (friendship/ daughter of Malaya, a mountain-range in the
Daksha, and wife of Dharma, south-westof India, 2. 113,127,
1. no. 130, 132, 140, 155.
Majavas, variant of Malavas, 2. Malina, variant of Ailina, 4. 130,
180. 131-
Makandi, a city on the river Malini, the old name of Champa,
Ganges,2. 161; 4. 145. 4. 125,
Makara, a mountain-rangeto the Malini, variant of Manini, 3. 27.
north of Mount Mem, 2. 124. Malivas (?),a people, 2. 180.
Makaravahiiil, variant of Manjula, Mallas, a people, 2. 165, 166.
2- 153- Malla, a sort of pancratiast, 4.
Makarl, a river, 2. 149. oo7
1O*1;" J-
?) O
o9-
A
Makhesa,a title of Vishnu, 1. 124. Mallaga, variant of Manuga, 2.
Malas, a people, 2. 156, 157. 197.
Mala, a country, 2. 157. Mallarasht'ra, a country, 2. 165,
Maladas,a people, 2. 157. 34i.
Maladas,a people(the sameas Mallavas(?),a people,2. 180.
the lasU), 2. 170. Malla-yuddha, what, 5. 23, 39.
Malada, daughter of Kaudraswa, Mallinatha, a commentator, re-
and wife of Prabhakara,4. 129. ferred to, 2. 134; 3. 322.
Maladhanya, variant of Mani- Malukas, variant of Karushas, 2.
dhana, 4. 221. J33-
Malajas, a people, 2. 170. Malyavat, a mountain-rangeto the
Malajas, variant of Malayas, 2. east of Mount Meru, 2. in,
166. 117, 122, 123.
Malakas, variant of Malavas, 2. Mamadha('?),variant of Magadha,
180. 3. 28.
Malati-madhava,the, a drama, re- Mamata, wife of Utathya, 4. 123,
ferred to, 2. 340, 341 ; 4. 219. 134.
Malavas, peoples, 2. 133, 134, Mamata-,the term defined, 3. 275,
158, 180, 341 ; 4. 224. 276.
Malava, a country, P. 9; 4. 224, Mamatwa, the sameas the last, 4.
225. 239, 241; 5. 223.
Malava, a river, 2. 339. Mamsasht'aka = Madhyamash-
Malavanakas,a people, 2. 178. t'aka, 3. 109, 168.
no INDEX.

Mana, what,5. 253. Manava,a Kalpa, P. 70.


M&nadas,variant of Maladas or Mauava, the name of a weapon
Maladas,a people,2. 157, 170, usedby Kama,3. 315.
Manaratka,variantof Mitiaratha, Manava-dharma-sastra, the legal
3. 334- institutesof theMauava'family,
Manas,a Gandbarva, 2. 83. passim.
Manas, ' mind.' A synonym of Manavalakas,variant of Maua-
Mahat,I. 29. Definitionof it, varjakas,2. 170.
1-35- Manavarjakas, a people,2. 170.
Manasas, the Vaisyas of S'aka- Mdnavartikas,variant of Gavavar-
dwipa, 2. 200; 5. 382. tilas, 2. 157.
Manasas,the same as Sukalas, ('?) Manavasas,son of Madhu, son of
3. 165, Devakshattra, 4. 69.
Manasa,a form of Vishnu, 3, 17, Manava-upapurana,P. 87.
227. Manavi, variant of Tamasi, 2. 152.
Manasa, son of Yapuskmat, king Mancha,-' platform,' 5. 27, 28, 30,
of S'almala-dwfpa,2. 193. 32-
Manasa, a division of S'almala- Mauchaga'ra,what, 5, 33.
dwipa,2. 193. Mancha-vat'a,
what,5. 30-32..
Manasa,a region inhabited by the Mandagas, the S'lidras of S'aka-
Soinapas and Sukalas, 3. 162, dwipa, 2. 200; 5. 382.
i6S. Mandaga^variant of Manuga, 2.
Manasa= Manasottara, a mytho- 197.
logical mountain-range, 2. 237, Mandaga,a river, 2. 155.
239- Mandakas,a people (the sameas
Manasa,a lake in the grove called the next?), 2. 163.
Nandana,2. 112, 117 j 4. 6. Maiid'akas,a people,2. 180.
Manasa,what, in philosophy, Mandakinl,riverssocalled,2. 153,
*59- 154-
Manasa-sarovara,
a lake in Undes Maiid'alaka,variantof Pattalaka,
or Hundes, 2. 340. &c., 4. 197, 201.
Manasottara, a fabulous moun- Mandara, son of Mem, 1. 157.
tain-range,2. 201, 203, 205, Identified with a mountain-
239, 242. rangeto the eastof Mount Meru,
Manaswin, son of Devala, 2. 24. 1. 129, 142, 143; 2. 2, in,
Mauaswini, wife of Mfikarid'u, 1. 115, 116; 5. 88, 137.
152. Mandara, a mountain in Kusa- '
Manasyu, son of Mahanta, 2. 107. dwipa, 2. 196.
Manasyu,
-sonof Pravira,4. 127. Mandaraharma,
an island,perhaps
Manava, a portion of Bharatavar- fabulous, 2. 129.
sha, 2. 129. Mandavahinl, a river, 2. 153.
INDEX.

Mandehas, a class of Eakshasas, Maninga (?), a river, 2. 153.


inimical to the Sun, 2. 249, Maniirf, an Apsaras, daughter of
250, 252. Pramlocha, 3. 27.
Mandehas,a caste in Kusa-dwfpa, Maiiipura, a city on the sea-coast
2. 195. of Kalinga, 4. 160.
Mandhatf i, variously genealogized, Manishin, variant of Senajit, 4.
3. 265-271, 273-275,280-282, 174.
297; 4. 130, 240, 241; 5. 57. Manittha, an astronomer, referred
Mand'ukas,variant of Mand'akas, to the court of King Vikrama-
2. 180. ditya, P. 9.
Marid'ukayanas,
of the 6ig-veda, Mafiivahana
= Kusamba,
son of
3. Si- ' Vasu,'i. 149.
Maiid'ukeya,son and disciple of Manivaka,sonof Bhavya,king of
Indrapramati,and promulgator S'aka-dwipa, 2. 198.
ofthejfeg-vecla,
3.45. Manivaka,
aregion
in S'aka-dwipa,
Marid'ukeya,
variantof Maiid'u- 2, 198-.
keya, 3. 45. Manjula, a river, 2. 153.
Mangalaprasthaja hill in Indiaj, 2. Manjusha,the term defined,4. 126.
141. Manmatha = Kama, the God of
Mangali, disciple of Paushpinji-, Love) 5. 76.
and teacherof the Sama-veda,Manodhfiti ('?),variant of Dhfiti,
3. 61. son of Vitahavya, 3. 335.
Mangu, son of S'waphalka,4. 94, Manohara,wife of Dhara, a Vasu,
96. 2. 23-
Marii, a serpent,son of Kasyapa, Manohara, variant of Manorama,
2. 74. 2. Si.
Mani, an author, referred to the Manojavas,a class of gods in the
court of King Vikramaditya, eleventh Mamvantara, 3. 26,
p. 9. Manojava, son of Isana, a form of
Manidhana, a king, 4. 221. Budra, 1. 117.
Manidhanya, variant of Maili- Manojava, son of Anila, 2. 23 ;
dhana, 4. 221. 5. 387-
Maiiidhanyaka, variant of Mani- Manojava,son of Medhatithi, king
dhana, 4. 221. of S'aka-dwipa,2, 200.
Manidhara,variant of Manidhana, Manojava, an Indra in the sixth
4. 221. Manwantara, 3. 12.
Manidhava,variantof Manidhana, Manojava,
a regionin S'aka-dwipa,
4. 221. 2. 200,
Manigriva,sonof Kubera,4. 281. Manojava,a river in Krauncha-
ManikiU'a,a mountainin Plaksha- dwipa,2. 198.
dwipa;2. 193. Mano-maya,what,5. 17.
INDEX,

Manorama,
anApsaras,
2. 81, 82. | "Maim,son of Madhn,son of
Manovatf, an Apsaras, 2. 81, 82. Devana (]), 4. 69.
Mantalaka,variantof Mafid'alaka, Manuga,son of Dyutimat, king
4. 2OI. of Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197.
Manthu, son of Viravrata, 2. 107. Manuga, a region in Krauncha-
Mantra, what, P. 32 ; 1. 164; 2. dwipa, 2. 197.
338; 5. 243. Manuja, variant of Amavat (]), 3.
Mantra, the twelve-syllabled,what, 190, 191.
1. 99 j 5. 212, 383. Maimshya-yajna, a certain sacri-
Mantradruma, an Indra in the fice, 3. 40.
sixth Manwantara, 3. 12. Manu Swayariibhuva. SeeManu,
Mantramala, a river in Kusa- son of Brahina-.
dwipa, 2. 197. Manuvasa, son of Madhu, son of
Mantra-snana,a ceremony,de- Devana(?),4. 69.
fined, 3. 114. Manwantara,(patriarchate/ a long
Manus, fourteen, sagespresiding period of time, so called. The
over periods called Manwan- nature and duration of one, 1.
taras, ' patriarchates,' 1. 49, 49, 51, <fcc. The Manwantaras
82, 103; 5. 190, 193, 300. named, 3. 1-32. See also P.
Their names, as given in 3. 7, 10, 28, 30, .37, 38, 42,43,
1-32, are, as generally enume- 56> 57> 76; 79> 97 j 2. 9, <fcc.
rated,as follows:-,i. SwayanY cfcc.j 5. 6, 169, 244, 246, 259,
bhuva; 2. Swarochisha; 3. 299,311.
Auttami; 4. Tamasa " 5. Eai- Manwat,son of Parushaprabhu,
vata ; 6. Chakshusha; 7. Vai- 4. 70.
vaswata; 8. Savarni; 9. Dak- Mariyu, a form of Rudra, 1. 117.
shasavarna; 10. Brahmasavar- Manyu, variant of Bhavamnanyu,
na; n. Dharmasavarnika;12. 4. 136.
Savarna; 13. Rauchya j 14. Maraka, what, 4. 87.
Bhautya. Marasimha Deva, a king of the
Manu, son of Brahma, 1. 101. Son Konkan, 4. 211.
of Vivaswat,the Sun,andhence Margas,variant of Mfigas, the
called Yaivaswata, 3. 231, 297. casteso called, 2. 200.
Reputed author of the Manava- Matgasirsha,a month, Nov.-Dec.,
dharma-sastra,P. 4, et passim. 2. 285, &c.; 3. 168.
See also P. 62, 80, 81, 95 ; 1. Maricha, son of Sunda, 2. 69.
104, &c., 159, x6_j, &c., 187 ; Maricha, in the guise of a golden
3. 34, 230, &c.; 4. 237, 239, deer, slain by Rama, 3. 315.
240 j 5. 210. Marlchi, son of Brahma, P. 27,
Manu, a form of Rudra, 1. 117. 28; 1. ioo, 135, &c., 153; 3.
Manu, son of Kfis&swa, 2. 29. 2. His wives, 1. 109, no;
INDEX.

3. 160, 297, 343, His offspring, Marsht'i, wife of. Dulisalia, P. 56.
2. 303- Mam, sonof S'ighraor S'ighraga,
Marichi, son of Samraj, son of 3. 314. He is still living, 3.
Chitraratha, 2. 107. 325. SeeDevapi.
Marichi, an Apsaras, 2. Si, 82. Maru, son of Haryaswa, 3. 331.
Marichi, wife of Parjanya, son of Maru (??),sprang from Ikshwaku,
Agni, 1. 154; 2. 263. 4. 237.
Marichi, patronym of Kasyapa, Marubhaumas, variant of Meru-
2. 71. bhutas, 2. 169.
Marichigarbllas, a classof gods in Marubhumis, a people, 2. 169.
the ninth Manwantaru,3. 24. Marubhiimi, a country, 2. 169;
Marichigarbha, a region tenanted 4. 222.
by the Pitfis called Havishmats, Marudeva, son of Supratika, 4.
3. 163. 168.
Marishas (?), a people, 2. 178. Marudvfidha, a river, 2. 121.
Marisha,daughterof Karid'u,and Marukas,variant of Karushas,2.
wife of the Prachetases,2. 2, ^33-
&c. Marul-loka, the sameas Deva-loka,
Marisha, wife of S'ura, son of De- 1. 98.
vamid'husha,4. 100. Marunandana, variant of Pulin-
Marisha, a river, 2. 154. daka, 4. 192.
Marjas, variant of Bhargas,a peo- Maruiid'as,variant of Muruiid'as,
ple?2. 171. 4. 206.
Marjari,variantof Somapi,sonof Marund'achi(^),
variantof Makari,
Sahadeva,4. 151, 173. 2. 149.
Markarid'a-puraria
= Markarid'eya- Maruts, *winds/ Sons of Ka-
puraria,P. 53. syapa and Diti, 2, 78-80.
Markarid'eya,son of Mfikarid'u, Calledsonsof Eudra andPfisni,
P- 44, 53> 54, &c.; 1. 152, 2. 79, 80. Forty-nine in num-
*55 ber, 2. 79, 80; 3. 15. Their
Markarid'eya(I1?),
variantof Man- chief, Yasava,2. 85. Ety-
d'ukeya, 3. 45, mology of the word, 2. 79, 80.
Markand'eya-purarla,
analysisof Seealso 1. 142 (wherecorrect
it, &c.,P. 20, 2i, 23,24, 53,&c., the spelling), 200; 2. 22; 3.
59,6p^;
3.67;5.311,319,327.14, 244;4. 134,135,249,
Markatid'eyi,wifeof Kajas,sonof 293; 5. 2, 43, 101, 143, 234.
YasisMha,1. 155; 2. 263.^ Marutas= Maruts,3. 158.
Marriage,rules for, &c., 3. ioi? Maruta, a heaven, assignedto
&c. diligent Vaisyas, 1. 97, 98..
Marshi, son of Sarana, 4. 109. Maruta, variant of Maru, son of
Marshimat,sonof S^rana,4. 109. S'ighra,&c., 3. 325.
H
INDEX.

Maruta, variant of Marutta, son 1. 131 ; 5. 386. For their


of Usanas,&c,,4. 63,64. names,
Khyati,&c.,seeI. 109.
Marutta,sonof Aviksllit,3. 243- Matsyas,
peoples
socalled,2. 156,
245>336; 4. 2524o< 158, 172.
Marutta,sonof Usanas,&c.,4. 63. Matsya,discipleof S'akalya,and
Marutta,sonof Karandbama,
4. promulgator
of the &ig-veda,
116. 3. 46.
Marutwats, sons of Dharina and Matsya, son of Vasu, son of Kfi-
Marutwati; the Indras, 2. 21,22. taka?4. 150.
Marutwat= Hanumat,I. 117. Matsya, fish/ an epiphany of
Marutwati, daughter of Daksha, Vishiiu, P. 81.
and wife of Dharma,2. 21, 22. Matsya,a district in India, 2.
Masbi,variantof Marisha,wife of i43 J58-
S'tei, 4. 100. Matsya= Matsya-purana,P. 80;
Masi sraddbain,a particular sacri- 3. 67.
fice,3. 114. Matsya(??),variantof Matsya,dis-
Matali, IridraV charioteer, who ciple of S'akalya, 3. 46.
visitedPatala,2. 209. Matsya-dwfpa,
a certainisland,in
Mathura, a holy city in India. Pauranikmythology,2. 129.
Foundedby S'atraghna, 1. 165; Matsya-puraiia,
analysisof it, &c.,
3. 318. Subahu
andS'urasena P. 7, 17, 19, 20, 24-28,35,
reigned there, 3. 319. See 36>5I> 52? 54, 60, 62-64, 66,
also P. 12, 70, 71, 107; 4. 68, 75, 77, 78, So,&c., 84, 86,
218, 269, 275, 338; 5. 9, 10, 89; 5. 270.
18, 23, 42, 49, 50, 54, 55, 57, Maudaki, son of Bhavya, king of
63, 64, 160, 248, 249, 382. S'aka-dwipa,2. 198.
Mathura, a district (?), 2. 156. Mauddld, a region in S'aka-dwipa,
Mathura-mahatniya,a part of the 2. 198.
Yaraha~purana;P. 71. Maudakin, variant of Maudaki, as
Mati, ' understanding/ a synonym doubly denotative, 2. 198.
of Mahat, 1. 32. Maudga, disciple of Devadar^a,
Matinara,sonof fiiksha,sonof andteacher
oftheAtharva-veda,
Ariha, 4. 128. 3. 61.
Matinara, variant of Eantinara, Maudgaladi?
variant of Modosha,
3. 266 (where correct the spell- 3. 62.
ing); 4. 129-131 ; 5. 390. Maudgalyas, certain Brahmans,
Matkuna, a river, 2. 155. 4. 145-
Matra, *momentof time/ 5. 189. Maudgalya,son of Mudgala,son
SeeNimesha. of Haryaswa,4. 146.
Matfis, ' mothers/ daughters of Mauhiirtikas, the sameas Muhiir-
DakshaandPrasuti,&c.,P. 82; tajas,2. 22.
INDEX. 115

Maulas('??),
variantof Maunas, the Medha= Medhas,2. 101.
dynasty,4. 206, 210. Medba,intelligence,'daughterof
Mannas,a dynasty,4. 204, 206, Daksha,and wife of Dharma,
207, 209, 218. 1. 109, no, 148.
Mannas,variantof Pauras,4. 210. Medhadhfiti,a Bishi in theninth
Maunda,variant of Maudga,3. Manwantara, 3. 25.
6r. Medbas,sonof Priyavrata, 2. 100;
Mauneyas,certain Gandharvas, 5. 388. SeeMedha.
sprungfrom Muni, 3. 281. Medhatithi,son of Priyavrata,2.
Maururid'as,the sameas Munin- loo. King of Plaksha-dwipa,
d'as,4. 209. 2. 101, 191. But, by another
Mauryas,a dynasty,4. 186, 187, account,king of S'aka-dwipa,
190,203, 205,232. 2. 200.
Mavella,sonof Vasu,sonof Kri- Medhatitlii,sonof Kawa,4. 130,
taka, 4. 149. 131, 140.
Maya,anAsura,sonof Viprachitti, Medhatithi, a law-commentator,
P. 82; 1. 190; 2. 72. referred to, or cited, 3. 89, 104,
Maya,i deceit/ daughter of Adhar- 107, 131, 138, 168, 174, 176.
ma, I. in. Called daughter Medhatithi (??),Medhatithi (W),
of Aniita, and wife of Bhaya, variantsof Medhadhfiti,3. 25,
1. 112. Seealso 1. 188, 190; 227.
3<73; 83; 5. 316. Medhavin,variouslygenealogized,
Maya,the sameas Yoganidra,4. 4. 164, 165.
260. Medical science,eight branchesof
Maya, 'personified active will of Hindu, 4. 33. Teachers of it,
theCreator/1. 46. Seealso 4-_33-
P. 41 ; 1. 17, 25, 28. Medini-kosa,avocabulary,referred
Mayadevi,wife of S'ambara,5. 74, to, 2. 286 (where correct the
75. ShemarriesPradyumna,
5. spelling),343.
76. Narada pronouncesthat Mediya ("?),variant of Modosha,3.
formerly shewasHati, 5. 76, 77. 62.
Mayamoha, Buddha so called, 3. Meghas,a people, 4. 216.
206-209; 5. 349, 350, 377. Megha, son of Nahusha, 4. 46.
Mayarati,variant of Mayavati3
5. Megha(?),variantof Ghoshavasu,
74- 4. 192.
Mayavati = Mayadevi, 5. 74-76. Megba-duta,the, a poem, referred
Mayus, son of Pururavas, 4. 13. to, 2. 150, 157, 160; 3. 246;
Measures,of time, 1. 47, &c. Of 4. 137.
land, 1. 92, <fec. t Meghamala, a mountainin Plaksha-
Medasiras,variant of S'ivasri S'a- dwipa, 2. 193.
takarnin,4. 198. Meghapfisht'ha,
sonof Ghfitapfish-
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t'ha, king of Krauncha-dwipa, Meru, wife of Nabhi,2. 103.


2. 198. Meru,a fabulousmountainin the
Meghaprisht'ha,
a regionin Kraun- centre
of Jambu-dwipa,
2. 109-
cha-dwipa,
2. 198. iii. Its dimensions
and form,
Meghapushpa,
a horseof Krishna, 2, in, &c. Its mountain-ridges,
4.83. 2. 117. The cities of the gods
Meghaswati, variously genealo- in and aroundit, 2. 118. Its
gized,4. 196,200. rivers,2. 120. Its situation,
Meghaswati,sonof Pulomavi,4. boundaries,>&c.,2. 121, &c.
200. &Q. See also P. 97; 1. 40,
Meghayanti,a Kfittika, 2. 337. 120, 152, 157, iSS; 2. 102,
Meghayati,
sonof Nahusha,
4. 46. 112-116,&c., 205,207, 208,
Mekalas,a people,2. 159, 160. 236, 239, 242-244, 272; 3.
Mekalas,a dynasty,4. 215, 216. 24>53? 259; 4 249, 259; 5.
Mekala,a Bishi, connected,per- 28, 165, 248, 386.
haps, with the people called Merubhutas,a people,2. 169.
Mekalas,2. 160. Merumandara, a certainmountain,
Mekala, a mountain in Central according to the Bhagavata-
India, 2. 151, 160,340. purana,2. 115, 116, 122.
Mekala,a city in Central India, Merusavarnis,
fourManussocalled,
4. 64, 214-216. the ninth, tenth, eleventh,and
Mekala = Narmada, 2. 160; 4. twelfth, 3. 24.
215. Merusavarni,a Manu, son of
Mekaladri = Mekala, the moun- Brahma, 3. 25.
tain so called, 2. 160. Metres, origin of certain, 1. 86.
Mekalakas,
variantof Mekalas,
the Michita, variant of Nischita, 2.
dynasty, 4. 215. 146.
Mekalakanya
= Narmada,2. 160. Mid'hwas,son of Daksha,sonof
Mekalakanyaka= Narmada, 2. Chitrasena,
3. 335.
160. Mihira, a family so called, 5. 382.
Men, proceeded
from Brahma,1. Mimamaa,'hermeneutics/
referred
Sr. to, 3. 325; 4. 252.
Mend, wife of Himavat, variously Minaratha, son of Anenas, son of
genealogized,1. 118, 157; 3. Kshemari, 3. 334.
" i59> l62- Mind, an organof sense,1. 38.
Mena,an Apsaras,2. 83. Misht'anna,what,2. 218, 331.
Mena,a river, 2. 149. Misrakesi,an Apsaras,2. 75, 81,
Menaka, an Apsaras, daughter of 82 ; 4. 129.
Brahma,2. 75, 81-83, 285, Mita, a 6ishi in the third Man-
286, 291, 293. wantara, 3. 7.
Mendicants,
dutiesof, 3. 95, &c. Mitadhwaja, son of Dharma-
INDEX. 117

dhwaja or Jaiiaka,3. 333; 5. Mitrayu, descended


from Vasish-
217. t'ha; adiscipleof Homaharshana,
Mitakshara, the, a law-commen- and a teacher of the Puranas,
tary, referred to, or quoted, P. P. 19; 3. 64-66.
60; 2. 216; 3. 38, 88, 104, Mitrayu, Mitrayu, son of Divodasa,
126, 151, 174, i75> 224, 338- son of Badhryaswa,4. 147.
Mithi, the same as Janaka, or .Mitrayu, variant of Mitrayu, Va-
Janaka's father, according to sisht'ha'sdescendant,3. 64, 65.
varying accounts,3. 330, 331. Mitreyu, variant of Mitrayu, son
Mithila, a city, capital of Videha, of Divodasa,4. 147.
2. 341; 3. 330 (there miscalled Mlechchhas,degradedKshattriyas,
a country), 331, 335; 4. 83, 3. 295. Peoplesin variousparts
344; 5. 225. of India, 3. 296; 4. 117, 119.
Mitra, an Aditya, 1. 188; 2. 27, Kings of them, 4. 207, 210,
285, &c.,3o6; 3. 338; 5.381. 225, 226. Seealso P. 33, 41;
Presides over the anus, 1. 38; 1. 182 i 2. 141, &c. y 4. 229 i
3. 109. Associated with Ya- >54> 55. i59-
ruiia, 3.172, 233, 234, 328^4. 5. Moda, disciple of Yedasparsa,and
Mitra, son of Yasisht'ha,1. 155. teacher of the Atharva-veda,3.
Mitra, one of the Yiswe devas,3. ' 61.
179. Modaki, variant of Maudaki, as
Mitra = Bhaga, the Aditya, (fl) 1. doubly denotative, 2. 198.
131. Modasha(?),variant of Modosha,
Mitra = Yasisht'ha,3. 305. 3. 62.
Mitra, variant of Mraruitra, 4. Modosha, disciple of Yedadarsa,
174. and teacherof the Atharva-veda.
Mitraghna, variant of Mitrayu, son 3. 62.
of Divodasa, 4. 147. Moha, 6infatuation/ sprung from
Mitrasaha= Saudasa,son's son of Brahma, 1. 102.
Sarvakama,3. 305, 306, 309. Moha, what, in philosophy, 1. 37,
Mitrasena, variant of Cliitrasena, 69 ; 5. 202.
the Gandharva,2. 293. Mohini, a female form assumedby
Mitravana, a grove so called, 5. Yishnu, 1. 147.
381. Mohini, will-born daughterof King
Mitravinda, wife of Krishna, 5. Kukmangada,P. 52.
78, 79, 82 (where she is called Moksha, what, 1. 186, 187; 2.
daughter of Eajadhidevi, on I 14; 5. 187.
know not what authority). The Monotheism of the Puranas, al-
sameas S'aibya,(?) 5. 107. leged, 1. 41, 42.
Mitravinda, a river in Kusa-dwipa, Months. Pour kinds of, 2. 254.
2. 197. Named, 2. 261, 285, 291,
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tfec. Appropriationof Adityas, Mfigaviblli,a certaintriad of aster-


ifeishis,&c., to them, 2. 284, isms,2. 265, &c., 276, 277.
&c. Mfigavithika,the sameas Mfiga-
Moon, the. Produced from the vithl, 2. 276.
ocean,when churned,1. 144. Mfigavyadha,a Rudra,2. 24, 25.
Its chariotand horses,2. 299. Mfigendra(?),variant of Mfigen-
The source of a celestial bever- draswatikariia, 4. 200.
agecalledSudha,2. 300. Mrigendraswatikarna,
sonof Skan-
Mot of the Phoenicians,
its analogy dhaswati, 4. 200.
to Mahat,1. 33. Mfigi, daughterof Kasyapa,and
Mountains. Bounding the earth, mother of wild animals, 2. 74.
2. 114. Of Meru, 2. 117,121, Mfikand'a(V),variantof Mfikand'n,
<fec. Of Bharatavarsha,2. 126. 1. 152.
Of the variousDwipas,2. 191, Mfikand'u,sonof Vidhatfi, sonof
<fcc.&c. ' Bhfigu, 1. 152.
Mountaineers, tribes of, 1. 182, Mrisha, i falsehood,'wife of Adhar-
i83. ma, 1. in.
Mfichchhakat'ika,a drama, re- Mfishi (?),variantof Kfimi, sonof
ferredto, 4. 195. Usinara,4. 121.
Mfida, a form of Rudra,o. 386. Mfittikavana(??),variant of Mfit-
Mfidara, variant of Mfidura, 4. tikavata,4. 73.
94, 96- Mfittikavata,a city, 4. 344. See
Mfidu, sonof Nfipanjaya,4. 165. Mfittikavati.
Mfidu, variant of Mfidura, 4. 94. Mfittikavati, a city on the river
Mfidu,variantof fliju, 4. no. Karmada,
4. 19,64,344.
Mfidura,sonof S'waphalka,
4. 94, Mfityu, ' death.' Sprung from
96- Brahma,1. 102. Called son of
Mfiduri, variant of Mfiduvid, 4. Kali and Durukti, 1. in. Also
?6- . calledsonof Bhaj^aandMaya?
Mfiduvid, sonof SVaphalka,4. 96. 1. 112.
Mfiga, a horse of the Moon, 2. Mfityu, a Rudra, 2. 2 5.
299. Mfityu, father of S'ikhin or Ketu,
Mriga, the sameas Mfigavithi, 2. 2. 259.
277. Mfityu (another *?),father of Su-
Mfigas, variant of Magas, 2. 199 . nitha, 1. 179.
5. 382, 385. Mfityu (another?"),a Vyasa in the
Mfigasiras, a constellation so sixth Dwapara age, 3. 34, 36.
called,1. 132; 2. 265,.&c. Muchakunda
(?),variantof Muchu-
Mfigasirsha, the same as Mfiga- kunda, 3. 268.
siras, 2. 308. Muchukunda, SJDHof Mandhatfi
Mfiga-tiishria, what, 5. 60. and Bindumati, 3. 268. He
destroysKalayavanaby a glance Mukta, variant of S'ukla, a river
of his eye,5.57. Lauds Krishna, in S'almala-dwipa,2. 194.
5. 58. Goesto Gandhamadana, Mukti, what, 5. 229.
to performpenance,
5. 62. Muktimati, a river, rising in the
Mudas,a classof Apsarases,2.82. JrJlkshamountains, 2. 153.
Muda, ' pleasure,'son of Dharma, Mukunda, variant of Kramunja, a
1. in. mountain-range running east-
Muclgala,disciple of S'akalya,and ward from Mount Mem, 2. 117.
promulgatorof the Eig-veda,3. Mukunt'has,
a people,2. 165.
45, 46. Mula, a certain asterism, 2. 264,
Mudgala,sonof Kenu, 4, 28. &c.,308; 5. 248.
Mudgala, variously genealogized, Miiladeva, assassinof Siunitra, son
4. 144-146. of Agnimitra, 4. 172, 191.
Mudgala-purana,P. 90. Mulaka, son of Asmaka, son of
Mudra-rakshasa,
the, a drama,re- Saudasa,
3. 310, 311, 314.
ferred to, 4. 186. Mummies,preparedby the Hindus,
Hugh, connected with Maga, P. 3. 328, 329.
64 (where correct the spelling); Munchatas,Kausika Brahmans,4.
5. 381,384. 28. ^
Muhisha,variantof Mahisha,the Mund'as,certainkingS,4. 203.
mountain-range so called, 2. Mand'a,son of Udayibhadra,4.
194. 186.
Muhurta, daughter of Daksha, Mund'o,the Pali nameof"the son
and wife of Dharma, 2. 21, 22. of Anuruddhako, 4. 182.
Muhurta, a measureof time, vari- Muni, son of Dyutimat, king of
ously estimated, 1. 47, 48; 3. Krauncha-dwipa,2. 197.
121, 187; 2. 253 ; 5. 190. Muni, daughterof Daksha,wife
The Muhurtaof Brahma,when, of Kasyapa,and motherof the
3. 108. Apsarases,&c., 2. 26, 75, 81;
Muhurtajas, sonsof Dharma and 3. 281.
Muhurta, 2. 22. Muni, aregion in Krauncha-dwlpa,
Muka, son of Upasunda,2. 69. 2. 197.
Muka, a town, in Mahavideha, 2. Muni, 'sage,' 1. 7, etpassim.
165. Muni, variant of Maharauni, the
Mukhyas, a class of gods in the Kishi, 3. ii.
eighthManwantara, 3. 23. Muni, variant of Dhwani, (?) 3,
Mukhya,its technicalsense,1. 70; 190,191.
5. 386. Muni, variant of S'uchi, son of
Mukhya = Sukha,Varuiia'scity, S'atadyumna, 3. 333.
2. 240. Munika(?),variant of Sunika,4.
Mukta,variantof Yukta, 3. 29. 178.
INDEX.

Munja, Ms capital, where, 5. 112. Muslnkas,a people,2. 178; 4. 222.


Munja, what, 5. 383. Mushika, a country, 2. 178.
Munja, variant of Manjula, 2. 153. Musht'ika, a famous pancratiast,
MunjakesaSjof the Atharva-veda, slain by Krishna, 4. 335, 337 ;
3. 62. 5- 23, 28, 35, 36, 39, 40, 87.
Mura, slain by Krishna, 5. go. Musht'i-nipata (?), what, in the
Mura, wife of Nanda, father of pancratium, 5. 36. "
Chandragupta,4. 187. Must (corrupted from the Persian
Mura, variant of Muru, the demon mast), what, 5. 29,
so called, 5. 90. Mutibas, a people, 2. 170.
Murala = Kerala, the country so
called, 2. 341. Nabanazdista,of the ancient Par-
Murala, a river, 2. 341. sis, 3. 231.
Murari, an epithet of Krishna or Nabha, son of Swarochisha,and a
Vishnu,2. 112. fiishi in the second
Manwan-
Miirdhanya,wife of Markand'eya, tara, 3. 5.
1. 152. Wabha,son of Viprachitti, 2. 71.
Murdhavasikta, a caste, sprung Nabha = Nabhas, the month so
from Brahman fathers and called, 3. 168.
.Kshattriya mothers,4. 213. ISTdbha,
variant of Nabhaga, 3. 13.
Murta, what, 5. 161, 235, 238. ISTabha,variant of ]\ladhu, the
Murtaya,
sonof Kusa,4. 15. liishi, 3. 14.
Miirti, a Prajapati of the second JSTablia,
variant of Nabhaga, 3.
Manwantara,and sonof Yasish- 33-
t'ha, 3. 5. Nabha, variant of Nabhas, son of
Miirti, 'form/ daughterof Dak- Nala,3. 320.
sha,andwifeof Dharma,1. no, Nabhagas,a classof Eajarshis
in. sprung from Manu, 3. 70.
Murtimat,what,in philosophy,5, Nabhaga,two persons,variously
198. genealogized,
3. 13, 14, 231-
Muru, a demon,slain by Krishna, 233; 239>24i? 256, 257. One
5. 55, 89, 90. of them, becomesa Vaisya, 3.
Muru, a country(?),5. 55. 240.
Murund'as,
' Murund'as,
a dynasty, Nabhaga,
a ifeisliiin the tenth
4. 206, 209. Manwantara, 3. 26.
Musala,a sort of club, borneby Nabhaga,variouslygenealogized,
Balabhadra,
5.51. 3-303,
3if?3*5-
Musalayudha,
an epithet of Bala- Nabhaga, variantof Nabhaga,&c.,
bhadra,from his club, 5, 67, 3. 13, 231, 256-258.
Nabhaga,variant of Nabhaga, 3.
Miishakas, a people, 2. 178, 180.
INDEX. 121

Nabhagajvariant of Nabhaga,3. Nabhira,a Bahlikaking, 4. 214.


13- Nad'i= Nad'ika,2. 253.
Nabhaga Arisht'a, the same as Nad'ika,a certainmeasure
of time,
Nabhagarisht'a, 3. 233, 240, 1. 48; 5. 189, 190.
256. SeeNabhanedisht'ha. Nadiua,-variantof Adiria, 4. 43.
Nabhagadisht'a,Nabhagadisht'a,Nad'wald,daughter of Yairaja,
3. 231, 241, 256. SeeNabha- and wife of the Mann Chak-
nedisht'ha. shusha,1. 177.
Nabhaganedisht'ha,son of Vai- Nagas, ' serpent-gods,'sonsof Ka-
vaswata, 3. 231, 256. See syapa and Kadru, P. 42; 1.
Nabhanedisht'ha. 144, 188; 2. 28, 284; 5. 236,
Nabhagarisht'a,sonof Vaivaswata, 251, 383. Their king, 2. 86.
3. 231, 232, 240, 241, 256. They are harassedby the Gan-
SeeNabhanedisht'ha. dharvas,3. 281, 282. Seealso
Nabhakananas,variant of Nala- Sarpas.
kanarias, 2. 178. Nagas, a people, 4. 212.
Nabhanedisht'ha,named in the Nagas,kings reigning at Padnia-
Rig-veda and elsewhere,3. 13, vati, Kantipuri, and Mathura,
231, 256, 257, 340, 341. 4. 212, 217-219.
Nabhas, son of Nala, son of Ni- Naga, a serpent, son of Kasyapa
shadha,3. 320. and Kadru, 2. 74.
Nabhas= S'ravana,
a month,July- Naga, a mountain-range
running
August, 2. 261 ; 4. 261. northward from Mount Meru,
Nabhas= Akasa, 2. 232. 2. 117.
Nabhasa,son of U'rja, son of Sa- Naga, a range of hills to the east
tyahita, (?) 4. 150. of Kanagarh,2. 142.
Nabhas-tala,what, 5. 194. Naga = Naga-dwipa, a portion of
Nabhaswati, wife of Antardhaua, Bharatavarsha, 2. 112.
son of Pfithu, 1. 193. Naga, variant of Rambha, a ser-
Nabhasya,
son of Swarochisha, pent,2. 287/293.
and a Irtish! in the secondMan- Nagadasako,the Pali name of a
wantara,3. 5. sonof Muiid'o,4. 182,185.
Nabhasya= Bhadrapada,a month, Naga-dwipa, a portion of Bhara-
August-September,2. 261. tavarsha,2. 129.
Nabhi, son of Agnidhra, and king Naga-kanyas,what, 2. 211.
of Hima, 2. 102, 103. Naga-panchami,a certain festival,
Nabhigupta, son of Hiranyaretas, P. 64.
and a ruler in Kusa-dwipa, 2. Nagara,defined, 1. 94.
197. Nagara-khand'a,
a sectionof the
Nabhigupta, a region in Kusa- Skanda-purana,3. 339.
dwipa, 2. 197. Nagasena,a king, 4. 217.
INDEX.

Nagavithi, daughterof Dharma STaimittika-pralaya,


the, what, o.
and Yami, 2. 22. 196.
Nasfavitbi.
"*- O 7 a certain triad of as- Naimittika-sraddha,
a certainmor-
terisms, 2. 264, &c., 337. tuary ceremony,3. 146.
NagesaBhat't'a,quoted,or named, Nairfitas, a people.2. 171.
P. 84; 5.379. Nairfita, or Ptakshas,his city,
Nagnas,'naked,' certain misbe- where,2. 112,
lievers, 3. 196, 201. See also Naisbadas,a people,4. 221. See
3. 208, 225. Nishadas.
Nagnajit, king of Kosala, and Naishadhas,a dynasty, 4. 215,
father of Nagnajiti or Satya, 216, 221. SeeNishadhas.
5. 79, 82. Nakas,a dynasty,4. 218, 219.
Nagnajiti, patronym of Satya, Nakala,what, 3. 125.
wife of Krishna, 5. 79, 82, 107. KTakapfislLtlaa,
the highest of the
Nagnika,the termdefined,3.102. heavens,
3. 198.
IsTaliusha,
a serpent,son of Ka- Nakhavat,a king, 4. 212.
syapaand Kadru, 2. 74. ISTakshatras,
i lunar asterisms,5
Nahusha,son of Ayus and Prabha, twenty-sevenin number, daugh-
2. 70; 4. 30, 44, 45, 240. ters of Daksha, and wives of
Nahusha, son of Ambarisha, 3. Sonia, 2. 10, 21, 28.
314; 4. i. IsTakshatra-suchaka, what, 2. 218.
Naigama,disciple of S'akapuni, Nakshatra-yoginis,
thestarsof the
and promulgator of the Kig- twenty-seven lunar mansions,
yeda, 3. 49. daughtersof Daksha, and wives
Naigameya,son of Kumara, son of of Chandra, 2. 28.
Agni, 2. 23. Nakta, son of Pfithu or Pfitbu-
NaikapfishtTias,a people, 2. 160,, shena,2. 107.
Naikavakra, a deformed damsel Nakula, son of Nasatya, 2. 136 ;
made straight by Krishna, 5-.. 3r 74, 79 ; 4* I03> !595 l6o
21, 165. 163 ; 5. 134.
Naimisha = Naimisnaraiiyaj 3-., Nakula, variant of Ratula, 4.
170. 169.
Naimisha-gomati,a ri^erin India, Nala, son of Nisliadha, 2. 171; 3.
3. 170. 33> 304, 320; 4- 2i6-
Naimisharariya, a forest on the Nala, son of Yirasena, 3. 304.
river Gomatl, P. 28., 30, 37, Nala, son of Yadu, son of Yayati,
40,^52,
58,65,88. 4-S3-
Naimisharanya-niahatmya,
a part Nala, a river in India, 2. 152.
of the Yayu-purana,P. 3.9. Nala, variant of Dala, 3. 321.
Naimishikas, a people, 4. 221. Nala, variant of S'ala, son of Su-
Naimittika, what,I. 113; 5. 186, dhanwan,
3. 3.21.
INDEX.

Nala, variant of Bhava,son of Nandana,a Kumara,1. 79.


Viloman,4. 97. Nandana(?),sonof S'ura,sonof
Nalakalakas,variant of Nalaka- Devamid'imslia,
4. 101,
nanas,2. 178. Nandana, the grove of Indra,
Nalakananas,
a people,2. 178. situatedonMountSugandha,
2.
Nalakubara,sonof Kubera, 4. 281. 112, 116; 4. 293; 5. 97.
Nalapura,a fortress in Bundel- Nandana,
a mountainin KrauncLa-
khand, 2. 171. dwipa, 2. 198.
Nalini, a river in India, 2. 120, Nandasara,
variant of Bindusara,
121. 4. 188.
Nalinf, a river in S'&ka-dwfpa,
2. Nanda-upapurana
= Nandi-upcapu-
199. rana,P. 87.
JNalinl,variant of Nilinf, 4. 144. Nandayaniya,discipleof Bashkala,
Nalopakhyana,the, a poem,re- and promulgatorof the Rig-
ferred to, 2. 171. veda, 3. 50.
Naman, 'essence'(?), <kc.,4. 346 ; Nandi, a bull, attendant of Siva,
5. 14, 15, 200. P. 89; 5. 116. According to
Namasyu,variant of Manasyu,son the Vayu-purana,he was son of
of Pravira, 4. 127. Kasyapa and Surabhi, 2. 75.
Names"for personsof different SeeNandinandNandiswara.
castes,3. 99, 100. Nandi, ' delight/ wife of Kama,
Namuehi, son of Yiprachitti, 2. 1. in.
70, 71. His abode,2. 211. NandimukLas,
a classof Pitfis, 3.
Nandas, the nine, a dynasty, 4. 98, 148, 149.
185-187,232. Nandi-mukha,
a certainmortuary
Nanda, a certain cow-herd,Krish- ceremony,3. 149, 190.
na's foster-father, 4. in, 270, Nandin = Nandi, 1. 122, 125; 5.
274, 276, 278-281, 288-290, 116. See Nandi and Nandi-
296, 309, 310, 312, 314, 316, swara.
326>336,337; 5. i, 9, 10, 25, Nandi-purana,the, quoted,or re-
40, 63. ferredto, 3. 163,164,166,339.
Nanda,sonof Vasudeva, 4. 109. Nandisa= Nandi, 5. 116.
Nanda, son of Mabanandin,4. Nandiswara = Nandi,1. 122,125.
183-187, 229-231, 234. Nandi-upapuraiia,P. 87; 3. 164,
Nanda, son of Prasenajit, 4. 186, 166.
345- Nandivardhana, son of Udavasu,
Nanda, the story of? P. 87. 3.33*.
Nanda, a mountain in Krauncha- Nandivardhana, son of Janaka, 4.
dwipa, 2. 198. 179.
Nanda, a river in S'almala-dwipa, Nandivardhana,son of Udayaswa,
2. 195. 4. 182.
124 INDEX.

Nandiyasas,
sonof Dharma,sonof Narada-purdiia,
analysisof it, &c.,
Barnachandra,4. 211, 212. P. 24, 51, &c. And see Nara-
Naras, 'centaurs,'their origin from diya-purana.
Brahma, 1. 87. Naradiya= Narada, son of Brah-
Nara, a name of Vishnu, 1. 56, ma, P. 87.
&c. Naradiya-puraiia = Narada - pura-
Nara, a Devarshi, son of Dharma, na, P. 20, 23, 51, 58, 87; 3.
son of Brahma, 1. in ; 3. 68 ; 67; 5. 327.
4.247. Arjunaidentifiedwith Naradiya-upapurafia,
P. 87.-
him, 5. 62. Naraka,'hell/ son of Anfita, 1.
Nara, a king, son of Tarnasa,Manu Ill, 112.
of the fourth Manwantara, 3. Naraka, son of Viprachitti, 2. 71 ;
8. 5. 87.
Nara,sonof Gaya, sonof Nakta, Naraka,sonof VishnuandBhumi,
2. 107. and slain by Krishna, 4. 250,
Nara,sonof Sudhfiti, 3. 245. 320; 5. 55,87, 88,90-93, 105,
Nara, son of Usinara, son of Ma- ii3, *36-
harnanas,
4. 121. Naraka,a country(*?),5. 55.
Nara, son of Bhavanrnanyu, 4. Naraka, a particular hell, 1. 99 "
136, 137* 2. 215.
Narada, son of Brahma, L 101, Narakas, or i hells,71. 99 ; 2. 214,
<fcc. Called son of Kasyapa,by &c. SeeNiraya.
one of Daksha's daughters, 2. Nara-medha,a certain sacrifice, 1.
18. Denominated a Devarshi, 84.
3. 68. Dissuades the sons of Naranarayana= Krishna, 5. 62,
Daksha from propagating their 146.
kind, 2. 13. Is cursedby Dak- Nararatha, variant of Navaratha,
sha, 2. 14. Is cursed by Brah- 4. 68.
ma, 2. 17. Warns Kamsa of Narasimha,Vishnu as a man-lion,
his danger from the birth of P. 80.
Krishna, 4. 259. He lauds Narasirnha-purana,P. 24, 87.
Krishna, 4. 340, 341. See N&rasimha-upapurana, P. 87.
also P. 41, 46, 51, 52, 64, 65, Naravahana,son of Niramitra, 4.
75, 87; 1. 122; 3. 141, 288, 166.
342; 4. 42, 248, 335; 5. 54, Narayaiia ~ Vishnu or Krishna.
74, 76, 103, 112, 123, 128, Why so called, &c., P. 48, 53;
141, 381, 382. 1- 52>55, 5<$,&c.j 3. 2625 4.
Narada,a Gandharva,son of Vari- 90, 247, 249, 251, 277; 5. 3,
dasa,2. 20, 285, &e, 307. His wife, 1. 118, 120.
Narada,a mountain-rangein Plak- Narayaiia, the sameas Brahma, 5.
sha-dwipa,2. 191.
INDEX. 125

Narayaiia, a Devarslii, son of Nastika,what,5. 178.


Dharma, P. 65 ; 1. in, 139; Nature, a habit, 1. 66.
2. 306, 308 ; 3. 68 ; 4. 247; Naurikfishna(T?),
variantof Gaura-
5.250. Krishnaidentifiedwith. kfishna,4. 200.
Mm, 5. 62. Nava, wife of Uslnara, son of Ma-
Narayana,sonof BMmimitra,son hamanas,4. 121.
of Vasudeva,4. 193, 194. Nava, variant of Bhava, son of
ISTarayana,
a commentator on S'an- Viloman,4. 97.
khayana,referredto, 3. 113. ISTava,
variant of Nara, son of
Narayaiia-saras,
a lake near the Usfriara,sonof Mah^manas,4.
mouth of the Indus, 2. 15, 17. 121.
Narayaria-upanishad,
the, referred Navarasht'ras.,
a people,4. 121.
to, 5. 345. Navarasht'ra, the kingdom ruled
Narfkavacha,an epithet of Mulaka, by Nava, 4. 121, 122.
3. 310. ISTavaratha,
variously genealogized,
Narishyanta, two personsso called 4. 68.
(1),R 57; 3. 13,14,232,233, Navarchis= Lohit4nga,or Mars,
245>335>336- 2. 257, 258.
ISTarishyat
= ISTarishyanta, 3. 336. Naya, ' polity,' son of Dharma, 1.
JSTariyas,
variant of Saniyas,2.180. no; 4. 265; 5. 386. See
Narmada, the river Nerbudda. Dand'anaya.
Daughter of Mekala, 2. 160. Naya, variant of Anagha, 4. 132.
Mind-born daughter of the So- Naya, what, 1. 118.
mapas,or of the Sukalas,3. 162, Nedisht'ha,son of Vaivaswata, 3.
165. Called sister of the N"agas, 231, 232, 240, 256, 336.
3. 282. Wife of Dulisaha, 3. Nemichakra, variant of Mchakru,
283. Prayer to her, 3. 283. See 4. 163.
also P. 107; 1. 150; 2. 128 Nemikfishna, variant of Arisht'a-
(where correct the spelling), karman, 4. 197.
130, 131, 142, 151; 3. 207; Netra, son of Dharmanetra, 4. 54.
4. 56,59, 64, 65, 215, 344; 5. Netra, variant of Subala, son of
71, 118, 250, 350, 388. Sumati, 4. 176.
ISTarmad^-mdMtmya, a part of the Nichakru, sonof Adhisimakf ishna,
Matsya-purMa, P. 82. 4. 163.
Nasatyas= Aswins, sonsof Yivas- Nichita, a river, 2. 147.
wat and Sanjna, 2. 343; 3. Mddgha, son of Pulastya,story of,
158; 4. 258. 2. 330, <fcc.
N&satya, son of j^ditya, the Sun, Nidhis, nine, of Kubera, what, 3.
4. 103, 258. 273.
ISTAsik,
the popular nameof a town Nidhfiti, variant of Nirvfiti, 4.
in Western India, 4. 198. 68.
[26 INDEX.

Nidra, *sleep/ a femaleform of Nilakarit'ha,author of the S'rad-


Brahma,1.82. Produced from dha-mayiikha,referredto, 3.
the ocean,when churned,1. 148.
147- Nilakafit'ha-stotra,part -of the
Nidra, the sameas Yoganidra,4. Vayu-puraiia,P. 37.
260. Nilalohita, a form of S'iva, 1. 77,
Nigada, a Samhita, the same as 115.
the Yajur-veda,3. 42. Nilinl, wife of Ajamid'ha,4. 144.
Nighant'u,. the, a vocabulary, Nimesha, ' a twinkling of the
quoted,1. 5. eye/ the smallest measureof
Nighna, sonof Anaranya,son of time, 1. 47, 48 ; 2. 253. And
Sarvakarman,3. 305, 314. see Matra.
Nighna,sonof Anamitra,foe., 4. Nimi, son of Ikshwaku, 3. 259,
74, 100. 260. Is cursed by Vasisht'ha,
NiKsattwa, what, in philosophy, 3. 327, 328. Is placed on the
1- I3S. eyelids of men, and is the
Nijadhfiti, a river in S'aka- causeof their winking, 3. 329.
dwipa, 2. 200. Named in 5. 225.
Nikfiti, cimmorality/ daughter of Nimi, son of Bhajamana, son of
Adharma, and wife of Anrita, Satwata, 4. 71.
1. in. Also called daughter Nimi, variant of Niramitra, sonof
of Dambha,and wife of Lobha, Khaiid'apdrii,4. 166.
1. in. Nimisha, * wink/ its fancied ety-
Nikshubha,
daughterof &ijwaha, mology,
3. 329.
and wife of Agni and Aditya, Nimitta, what, in philosophy, 1.
5. 385- 66, 67; 5. 196.
Nikumbha, an attendant of Siva, Nimlocha, variant of Anumlocha,
4. 34- 2. 292.
Nikumbha, son of Haryaswa, 3. Nimlochani, Varuna's city, by one
265. account, 2. 240.
Nila, son of Yadu, son of Yayati, Nimlochi, variant of Nimi, son of
4.53- Bhajamana,4. 72.
Nila, sonof Ajamid'ha,4. 144. Nimna,variant of Nighna, sonof
Nila, a mountain-range to the Anamitra, 4. 74.
north of Mount Meru, 2, 102, Ninegemsof King Vikramaditya,
in, 114, 121-123. P. 7? &c.
Nila, a mountain-range
in Orissa, Nipas,a race,4. 142,143.
2. 141. Nlpa, son of Para, 4. 141-143.
Nila, a mountain(differentfrom Nipa, sonof Kfitin (?) or Kfita,
the first Nila just mentioned
?), 4. 143.
1. 61. Nipa, variantof Kosa,2. 153.
INDEX. 127

Niramaya (if a name), son of iSS, 190, 191, 198, 199, 338,
Dakshasavariia,3. 25. 339-
Niramitra, sonof Nakula, sonof Nirfita, a Kudra,2. 25.
Nasatya, 4. 160. Nirfiti, a Eudra, 2. 25.
Niramitra, Niramitra, sou of Nirfiti, ' calamity/ offspring of
Khand'apani,4. 165, 166. Adharma, 1. 112. Adoptive
Niramitra, Niramitra, son of motherof Dambhaand Maya,
Ayutayus, son of S'rutavat, 4. 1. in.
174. Nirud'ha-pasu-bandha, a certain
Niraya, 'hell/ son of Mfityu, 1. sacrifice,3. 40, 113. "
in. Nirukta, ' glossarial comment,'an
Niraya= Naraka,the infernalre- Anga of the Yedas,3. 46, 67 ;
gions generally, 2. 112. 4. 252.
Nirbfja, what, in the Yoga philo- Nirukta, the, a certain dictionary
sophy,5. 230. so called,referredto, 1. 58; 2.
Nirdhfiti, variant of Nirvnti, 4. 121, 297; 3. 46; 5. 178.
68. Niruktakfit, title of someunnamed
Nirguria, what, in philosophy,1. discipleof S'akapuiii,andauthor
153; 2. 328. of a glossary
to the Aig-veda,
Nirmanaratis, a class of gods in 3. 48.
the eleventhManwantara,3. Nirupadhi, what, in philosophy,
26. 1.25.
Nirmogha, variant of Nirmoha, Nirutsuka, a Bishi in the
son of Savarni, 3. 24. thirteenth Manwantara, 3. 28.
Nirmoha,
a6ishiin thethirteenth Nirvaktra(?),variantofNichakra,
Manwantara, 3. 28. 4. 163.
Nirmoha, son of Savarni, Maim Nirvana, what, in philosophy, 3.
of the eighth Manwantara, 3. 84, 210.
.24- Nirvana-maya, what, in philoso-
Nirmoka,a&ishiin thethirteenth phy,5. 225.
Manwantara, 3. 28. Nirvanaruchis, by one account,a
Nirmoka, son of Savarni, Mann class of gods in the eleventh
of the eighth Manwantara, 3. Manwantara, 3. 26.
24. Nirvindhya, a river, 2. 130, 155.
Nirmoka, variant of Nirmoha, son Nirvira, a river, 2. 146.
of Savarni,
the&ishi,3. 24. Nirvishaya,
what,in philosophy,
Nirnmkta, what, 5. 33. 2. 91 ; 5. 226.
Nirnaya-sindhu, the, a law-book, Nirvfiti, variously genealogized,
referred to, or quoted, 3. 101, 4. 68.
103, 104, 146, 147, 149-151, Nirvfiti, variant of Sasfama,4.
i53? 163,166, 174, 177, 187, 175-
128 INDEX.

Nirvritti, variantof Nirvfiti, 4. 68. MountMerit, 2. in, 114, 117,


Nirvyuha, what, in architecture, 122, 123.
"5-31- Nishadha,a river, 2. 155.
Nisacharas,' lemures,' 2. 289, Nishad'ha(IT),variantof Nisat'ha,
296. 4. 109.
Nisatha, son of Balabhadra,sonof Nishadhaswa,son of Kuru, son of
Vasudeva,4. 109; 5. 68. Samvarana,4. 148.
Nischala,variant of Nischara,the Nishadin, epithet of Ekalavya,
first namedbelow,3. 3. and whence,4. 113.
Nischara,a Bishi in the second Nishka, a certainweightof gold,
Manwantara,3. 4. 5. 84, 85.
Nischara,,a Eishi in the eleventh Nishkumbha, one of the Vis we
Manwantara, 3. 26. devas, 3. 192.
Nischira($),variantof Nischara,a Nishkumbha, variant of Nik-
Jrlishi in the second Manwan- shubha,5. 382, 385.
tara, 3. 5. Nishnatas,Kausika Brahmans,4.
Nischira, a river, 2. 146. 28.
Nischita,a river,2. 146. Nishprakampa,
a 6ishi in the
NisLadas,a peoplein the Vindhyas, thirteenth Manwantara, 3. 28.
1. 181, &c.; 2. 171; 4. 113, Nisi (?), variant of Nimi, son of
220; 5. 123. SeeNishada, the Bhajamdna,4. 72.
caste so called. Also see Nai- Nisitha, sonof Pushparna,1. 178.
shadas. Nisrita, variant of Nischita, 2.146.
Nishada, progenitor of the Nisha- Nisumbha, a demon, slain by Yo-
das,his origin, 1. 181. ganidra, 4. 261.
Nishada, a caste, consisting of Nisunda, son of Hrada, 2. 69.
fishermen, <kc.?4. 216. See Nitala, a particular Pdtala, or un-
Nishadas. derworld, 2. 209.
Nishadhas,a people, 2. 171. See Nitana, son of S'iira, son of Vidii-
Naishadhas. ratha, 4. 99.
Nishadha,son of Atithi, 3. 304, Nitatni, a Kfittika, 2. 337.
320. Niti, what, 1. 118; 4. 265.
Nishadha,a country, 3. 304; 4. Niti-manjarl,the, a book,referred
216. to, 2. 80.
Nishadha,a country(]]), 2. 102. Niti-mayukha,the, a law-book,re-
The original,JVaishadkathvar- ferredto, 2. 131, 132,146,155,
sham, may mean ' the region 156, 339; 3. 190.
calledNaishadha/ or cthe region Nitya, what, in philosophy, 1.
of the Naishadha(mountains)/ 113; 5. i86f
Nishadha, a mountain- range, Nitya-karman,a certainreligious
placedboth south and east of duty, 4. 257.
INDEX. 129

Nitya-sraddha,
a certainmortuary Nfiga, son of Usfnara,sonof Ma-
observance,3. 114, 146. Lamanas,4. 121.
Nivapa,what,3. 93. Nfiga, wife of Usinara, son of
Nivara, a river, 2. 148. Hahamanas,4. 121.
Nivatakavachas,aclassof Danavas, Nfiharij the sameas Nfisimha, 2.
sprung from Prahrada, and 66.
dwelling in the depths of the Nf imana,a river in Plaksha-dwipa,.
sea,2. 72. 2. 193-
Nivfitta, what, in religious phrase- Nfipanjaya', son of Suvira, son of
ology, 5. 200. Ivshemya, 4. 144.
Nivfittasatru, son of Anadhfisht'i, Nfipanjaya, son of Medhavin, 4.
son of S'lira, 4. 113. 164, 165.
Nivfitti, a river in S'almala-dvvipa, Nfisimha, a form of Vishnu, half
2. 194. man and half lion, 2. 34, 66 ;
Nivfitti, variant of Nirvfiti, 4. 68. 4. 106, 277; 5. 3.
Nivfitti, variant of Susrama, 4. Nfiswadhatu (1), variant of Pra-
175- " heti, 2. 292.
Niyama,f precept,'son of Dharma, Nfi-yajna, a certain religious ob-
1. no. servance,3. 93.
Niyama, the term defined, 3. 77 ; Numeration, terms of,' specified,
5. 222, 227, 230, 240. 5. 187, <fec.
Niyati, daughterof Meru, and Nyagrodha,
sonof tlgrasena,
son
wife of Vidhatfi, L 152 ; 5. of A'huka, 4. 98.
387. (Correct,on the warrant Nyagrodha,cthe Indian fig-tree/
of the Bhagavata-puraria,the 1. 171 ; 2. 116, 202 ; 3. 285. .
order in which Niyati and Ayati Nyarbuda, cone hundred mil-
are named in 1. 157.) lions/ 5. 188.
Niyut, wife of Siva, the Rudra, Nyasin, ' religious mendicant,' 1.
1. 117- 9s.
Nfibandhu, variant of Nichakru, Nyaya,-a certain system of philo-
4. 163. sophy, 3. 222.
Nfibandhu,variant of 6ichar;4. Nyayaka, Nyayika, adjectiveof
164. Nyaya, 4. 252.
Nfibhfita, variant of Susraraa,4.
f7S- . Oblations, daily, with fire, to
Nfichakshus, son of Bicha, 4. 164. Brahma, 3. 117.
Nfichandra, son of Antinara or Obsequies,rites of, three kinds,
Bantinara, 4. 130.- and by whomperformed,3. 155,
Nfiga = Nabhaga, 3. 13, 231, <fec.
232,256. Changedto a lizard, Ocean,the churning of the, 1. 143,
3- 335-
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Od'ras,a people,2. 177; 3. 295; Padma- purana, Padma- purana,


4, 220. analysisof it, &c., P. 18-20, 22-
Ocl'ra,
a country,nowcalledOrissa, 24, 26, 29,30, &c., 34,40, 58,
2. 177; 3. 293; 4. 122, 221. 83,85,87; 3.66,67; 5.285,
Od'ra,variant of Pund'ra,sonof 298, 3IO>3I9>327?3?S.
Dfrghatamas, 4. 122. Padmasana, what, in the Yoga
Oghavat,sonof Pratika,3. 335. philosophy,5. 230.
OghavatC?1?),
variant of Vegavat, Padmavatl,Padmavatf, a city, 4.
son of Bandhumat, 3. 245. 217-219.
Oghavati,daughter of Pratika, Padmayoni
= Abjayoni,an epithet
and wife of Sudarsana,3. 335. of Brahma,5. 196.
Oghavati,a river, 2. 148. Padoddhuta,
what,in the pancra-
Oja, son of Krishna and Lak- tium, 5. 37.
shmana,5. 81. Padukas,a people, 4. 221.
Ojaswin,son of Bhautya,Manu Padumas,
variant of Padukas,4.
of the fourteenth Manwantara, 221.
3. 29. Pad'umayi
(?),variantof Pat'umat,
Om,a mysticaland initiatory syl- 4. 196.
lable; the monosyllabicBrah- Padur^vi(^),
variantof Pat'umat,4.
ma ; a type of the three worlds., 196.
of Brahma, and of the Vedas, Pahlavas, a people, 2. 168, 184,
1. i. &c.; 3. 37, &c. A type of 187, 339; 3. 290-292, 294,
Vasudeva,Krishna, or Vishnu, 295; 4. 15, SeePahnavas.
3. 39. SeealsoP. 68; 1. 140, Pahnavas, by error for Pahlavas,
142; 2. 250, 252; 3. 56. (1) 2. 168, 185, 187; 3. 292,
Omkara = Om, 1. i, 61; 2. 250, 295-
252. Paija, disciple of Jatukarnya, and
Orders,duties of the four,3.92, &c. promulgator of the Eig-veda, 3.
Orissa. SeeOd'ra. 48.
Osht'hakarnakas,a people, 2. 162. Paila,discipleof Vyasa,andteacher,
Oxydracas,
the classical,
perhaps &c.,of the fiig-veda,P. 45; 3.
one with S'udrakas or S'udras, 41,42,44,49-51.
2. 184, 185. Painganga,the modern nameof an
Indian river, 2. 144, 145,
Padma = Lakshml, 1. 119, 147, Paippalayani, disciple of Veda-
151. darsa, and teacherof the Athar-
Padma,a Kalpa,P. 68 (wherecor- va-veda,3. 62.
rect the spelling); 1. 53, 55, Paisacha,a form of marriage,3.
78; 2.21. 105.
Padma,what, in numeration,5. Paitalaki,variant of Yaitalaki, 3.
188, 189, 392. 47-
INDEX.

Pait'hmasi, a lawgiver, quoted, 3. Pancbadhanus, son of Srinjaya,


IO2. son of Ilaryaswa, 4. 147.
Paka, a Daitya, slain by Iridra, 4. Panchahasta, son of Dakshasa-
3X7- varna, Manu of the ninth Man-
Paka-samsthas,certain sacrifices, wantara, 3. 25.
3. 112, 113. Panchajana,a Daitya, son of Sam-
Paka-sasana,an epithet of India, hrada, 2. 69. Slain by Krishna,
4. 317. 5. 48, 90.
Paka-yajnas= Paka-samsthas,3. Panchajana,the same as Virana,
87, 114; 5, 182. 2. 15, 16.
Paksha, 'fortnight/ 2. 254. Panchajana, an epithet of Asa-
Paksha, variant of Chakshusha, nianjas, 3. 298.
son of Arm, 4. 120. Panchajanya, an island, perhaps
Paksha,variant of Kshemya, son fabulous, 2. 129.
of S'uchi, 4. 174. Panchajanya, a conch-shell cap-
Pakshaja,a certain kind of cloud, tured and appropriated by
2.279. Krishna, 5. 48.
Palaka, son of Nalmsha, 4. 46. " Pancbakas,a caste,establishedby
Palaka,son of Pradyotana,4. 178. Viswasphani,4. 217.
Palaka,sonof Chandapradyota
(1?), Panchaka,
sonof Nahusha,4. 46.
5.391. Panchalas,Panchalas, peoples,2.
Palasini, a river, 2. 132, 148. 132,134,156, 160; 4.145,147.
Palin, son of Pfitliu, son of Yena, Panchalas,a dynasty, 4. 184.
1. 192. Panchala, countries so called, 2.
Palita, variously genealogized,4. 143, 160; 4. 141, 145.
63, 64. Pancbalakas= Panchalas,a people,
Palita, variant of Palita, 4. 64. 4. 146.
Pallavas, variant of Pahlavas, 2. Pancha-lakshana, what, as applied
i87. to a literary composition, P. 7,
Pallipanjakas,
variantof Sunayas, 10, 29, 92; 5. 259, 261, 274,
2. 181. 275-
Pampa,a river, 2. 141, 155. Panchami
($), a river, 2. 150,152.
Pamschi(??),variantof Panchi,4. Panchanada,a country,the Pun-
46 (where correct the spelling). jab, 5. 156.
Pamsurasht'ras,a people, 2. 164. Panchanada,a certain placeof pil-
Paiiava,variant of Kfikaria, 4. 72. grimage,5. 156.
Panchachud'a,
an Apsaras,slan- Panchapadi,
a riverin S'aka-dwipa,
derous of womankind, 3'. 141. 2. 200.
Panchadasa, a certain collection of Pancharatras,an heretical .sect, 5.
.. Yaidik -hymns,its origin from 379-
Brahma, 1. 84. Pancharchis, synonymous with.
I32 INDEX.

Budha,.orthe planet Mercury, Pannagani,variant of Pannagari,


*2. 257 (foot of pa'ge). 3. 50.
Panchasikha, son of Brahma, 2. Pannagari, disciple of Bashkala,
200. and promulgator
of the 6ig-
Panchaswa,variant of Badhryaswa, veda, 3. 50.
4. 145. Panthana,a hell, 2. 215.
Pancha-tantra^the, a collection of Papa, a hell, 2. 215.
apologues,quoted, or referred Papahani(?),a river, 2. 148,153.
to, 3. 102, 104, 197. Papamochana, a Tirtha at Benares,
Panchi, son of JSTahusha,4. 46.- p. 75-
Pancratium, the Hindu analogue Paras,Paras,a classof gods in the
of the, 5. 39, 40. ninth Manwantara, 3. 24.
Pand'ara,a certain hill in India, Para, son of Anga, son of Bali, 4.
2. 142. 123.
Paiid'avas,
descendants
of Pand'n, ,Para,sonof Samara,4. 141.
P. 12; 4, 147, 159, 232, 246; Para, variously genealogized, 4,
5. 82. 86. SeeParid'us. 141.
Pand'ava,patronymof Arjuna,son Para,two riverSjso called,2. 131,
of Pand'u,5. 150, 166. 147-
Paiid'avanmi,an epithetof Kantlj Para,a river, 2. 147.
"wifeof Pand'u,5. 96. Para,-' the duration of Brahma's
Pand'us,certain persons,and a life,' 1. 46 ; 5. 188.
people,P. 55; 5. 140. See Para and Para, what, in philo-
Pand'avas. sophy,&c., 2. 6; 3. 25i;jL
Pand'u,sonof Kfishnadwaipayana, 253; 5. 119,232.
3. 229; 4. So, 101, 102, 126, Para(1?),variant of Puru,3. 13.
158, 232; 5. 167. Parabhu^variant of Parasu,son of
Pand'u,variant of Prana,1. 152, Auttami, 3. 6 (where correct
155- the spelling).
Pand'ya,sprungfrom Turvasu,4. Para-brahman,
what,4. 107,252;
117. 5. 210.
" Panins,Kausika Brahmans,4. 28. Paradas, a people, 2. 168, 181,
Panini, the grammarian,his age, 183-185;3. 290-292,294,295.
<fec.,P. 60, 61; 2. 135, 136, Para"jit, variant of Paravfit, 4. 64.
187, &c.; 3. 47, 48/54, 55. Para-jnana-maya,
what, in philo-
Pankti, a metre, its origin from sophy, 2. 328.
Brahma'smarrow,1. 86. Iden- Paramakshara, synonymous"with'
tified with a horseof the Sun, Om, 3. 56.
2. 239. Paramdnu,a measureof time, 1.48.
Pannagas,synonymous with Sar- Paramanyu, variant of Kalanara,
pas, 5. 94. 4. 120.
INDEX.

Paramapadatmavat,what, 3. 205. Parasakti, a certain divinity, P.


Paramarshi,what, 3. 205. 86.
Paramartha, what, 2. 39, 326; 3. Parasancharakas, variant of Sama-
208 ; 4. 292 ; 5. 242. vegavasas,2. 179.
Paramarthartha,what, 2. 62. i Parasara,grandson of Vasisht'ha,
Paramartharupin, what, 2. 6. 1. 6. Son of Sakti, 1. 6, 8;
Paramatman, a name of Vishnu, ^- 35?S^- Disciple of Kapila,
the term explained, &c., 1. 3, 1. 5. He is taught"the Vishnu-
41, 56, <fec. j 2. 328; 3. 312; puraiia by Pulastya, 1. 9, &c.
4. 253; 5. 14, 91, 211. He relatesit to Maitreya, 1. i r.
Paramekshu,,son of Ami, son of (Perhaps the Parasara,disciple
Yayati, 4. 120. of Bdshkala,and also Parasarya
Paramesa,the term etymologized, (?); named beloxv,are the same
5- 387- person.) And seeP. 17, 34, 41;
Parameslit'liin,an epithet of Brah- 3- 37> 74, 79; 4- 24, <fec.&c.
ma, 2. 19, 330. Pardsara,disciple of Bashkala,and
Paramesht'hin,an epithet of Vish- promulgator of the Rig-veda,
nu, 4. 264. 3-45-
Paramesht'hin,son of Indradyum- Pardsara,an astronomer,referred
na, 2. 106. Called sonof Deva- to, or quoted, 2. 255, 277.
dyumna, in the Bhagavata-pu- Parasara (?), 3. 60. See Para-
rana, 2. 107. sarya.
Parameshu, variant of Paramekshu, Parasara,variant of Parasara,dis-
.4. 120. ciple of Bashkala, 3. 44.
Parameswara,the term explained, Parasara-smfiti, a code of law, re-
<fec.,
P. 77; 1.41, 172; 3. 251; ferred to, 3. 103.
5. 14, 200. Parasara-upapurcana, P. 87.
Paranjaya, variant of Puranjaya, Parasarya(?), sonof Kutluuni, and
3. 261, 263. promulgator of the Sama-veda,
Parantas,a people, 2. 168. 3. 61.
Parapaksha,variant of Paramek- Parasikas, Parasfkas, cPersians/
shu, 4. 120. 2- T335I36> 182, 183.
Parapara,
what,2. 6. Paras
a, a fiishi in the third Man-
Paraparabhuta,what, 2. 6, wantara, son of Auttami, 3. 6.
Paraparesa,what, 5. 214. Parasu,what, 4. 22.
ParapnranJAya,
sonof S'esha,
king Parasurama,
a feshi,sonof Jama-
of the Nagas, 4. 212. dagni,-4. 18. Beheadshis own
Parapuranjaya,variant of Puran- mother, Renuka, 4, 20. Slays
jaya, 4. 210. the Kshattriyas, 4. 23. Gives
Parardha, i the duration of half of the earth to the Brahmans,4.
Brahma'slife,' 1. 47 ; 5.187,188. 23. Retires to Mount Mahen-
134 INDEX.

dra, 4. 24. Seealso P. 108; P. 40, 41, 44; 4. 148, 152,


1. 151 " 2. 72, 119;' 3. 23, 160-163, 229~2343236; 5.
311, 316; 4. 21, 56, 184; 5. 155, 167. The Bhdgavata-pu-
283. rananarratedto him, P. 53.
Parasurdanakshetra,a region on Parikshita, variant of Parikshit, 4.
the Malabar coast, 2. 179. 162.
Paratakas,
variantof Parasikas,
2. Parhnardana(?),variant of Ari-
182. rnardana,son of S'waphalka,4.
Paratangaiias,a people,2. 181. 95-
Paravallabhas,
a people,2. 176. Parinama,cdigestion,'3. 128.
Paravasu,a Gandharva,2. 293. Parinama,i decay/&c., 5. 254.
Paravatas,a class of gods in the Pariiulmin, an epithet of Pradhana,
secondManwantara, 3. 3. 1. 27.
Paravfit, son of Eukmakavacha, Parip&tra,the northern portion of
4. 63. the Vindhya chain of moun-
Paiayana,a promulgatorof the tains, 2. 127, 128, 130, 133,
White Yajur-veda, 3. 57. 141, 144, 152, i55> 34o; 3.
Paribhadra,ruler over the realm of 240, 321. SeePariyatra.
Paribhadra, and son of Yajna- PAiipdtia, variant of Paiiyatia, 3.
bahu, king of S'almala-dwipa, 320, 321.
2. 195. Pariplavas, a class of gods in the
Paribhadra, a region in S'almala- fifth Manwantara, 3. 10.
dwipa, 2. 195. Pariplava, son of Sukhabala, 4.
Paridhana,what, 3. 95. 165.
Parigha, variant of Palita, 4. 64. Parisraya, variant of Pariplava, 4.
Parijata, a tree produced from 165.
churning the ocean,1. 144, 147 " Paritas, variant of Pardntas, 2.
5. 97. Krishna takes it away 168.
from India's garden, at the in- Parivatsara,a certain cyclic year,
stigation of S'achi, 5. 98. It 2. 255-
returns to heaven,5. 155. See Parivettfi, the term defined, 4.
also 2. 200; 5. 102-105, I3:35 155- _
T*">
IOJ*
1 Parivitti, the term defined,4. 154.
Parikaia, what, 4. 287. Parivraj, what, 3. 96, 123, 215.
Pariksha, variant of Parikshit, 4. SeeBhikshu.
162. Pariyatra, variously genealogized,
Pariksha (?), variant of Parikshit, 3- 321; 323.
4. 152. Pariyatra, a mountain-rangeto the
Parikshi, variant of Parikshit, 4. west of Mount Meru, 2. 123,
162. 124.
Parikshit,variouslygeuealogized, Pariyatra- P4ripdtra,part of the
INDEX, 135

Viudhya mountains, 2. 113, Parvata, a Devarslii, son of Kas-


128; 3. 321. yapa, 1. 122; 2. 20; 3. 68.
Parjanya= Indra, 2. 44; 4-.309. P&rvatf= Unia, or Sati, daughter
King of clouds, foe., 2. 86; 4. of Himavat, P. 32, 71, 89; 1.
156, 157. 157; 2. 80, 234; 4. 33; 5.
Parjanya,a Prajapati, son of Agni, 108, 109, 321.
1. 154; 2. 86, 263. Parvati = Para, a river so called,
Parjanya, a Rishi in the fifth. 2. 147, 340.
Manwantara,3. 10. Parvatiyas, a people of mountain-
Parjanya,an Aditya, 2. 285,&c. eers,2. 177.
Parjanya (who?), 2. 83. -See Paryavartana,a hell, 2. 215.
Arvagwasu. Paryushita, what, 3. 126, 196.
Parna, a promulgatorof the White Pasivat'as,a people, 2. 180.
Yajur-veda,3. 57. Pasu,'sacrificialanimal/ 1. 84*-3.
Parnas, variant of Shaiid'as, 2. i58; 5- S9>94, 234, 236, 247.
164. Pasu = Pasii-baiidha,3. 40.
Parnasa,a river, 2. 152; 4. 73. Pasus,variantof Pattis,2. 186.
Parnika, variant of Parnini, 2. 81, Pasu-bandha,a certain ceremony,
Parninf,an Apsaras,2. 81-83. 3. 40 (wherecorrectthe spell-
Paroksha,variantof Parameksh.ii, i"g) 337-
4. 120. Pasu-bhartfi, what, 1. 124.
Paroksha,variant of Yavaksha,2. Pasupatas,an heretical sect,5.380.
151. Pasupati,a form of Rudra,1. 116,
Bartha, metronymof Arjuna, son 122; 5. 59, 386. Krishna
of Parld'uand Pfitha, 4. 28; 5. identifiedwith him, 5. 15.
156, 159, 161-164. Pasu-yajna,a certain ceremony,3.
Parthivas, Kausika Brdhmans, 4. 40. "
28. P&tdlas, cunderworlds/ 2. no,
Parashni, the same as, Iravati, a 207-209, &c., 231; 5. 191,
river, 2. 121. 192, 196.
Parvakarin, what, 2. 2,19. Patala, one of the Patalas, P. 31 ;
Parvans,certainceremonialdays. 1. 145; 2. 209; 3. 19,24,299;
3. 143, 147. 5. 6, 191, 251. Its king, Bali,
Parvana, a particular sacrifice,3. according to one authority, 2.
"3- 211.
P&rvaria-sraddha,a certain mor- Pat'ala,variant of Pat'ara,5. 191.
tuary observance,
3. 147,173, Patala-khand'a,
a' section of the
189, 190. Padma-purana,P. 30, 31, 34.
Parvasa,
' son of Paurnamasa. 1. Pdt'aldvati,a. river, 2. 148, 340.
153- Pat'aliputra, capital of Magadha,
Parvasa,
wife of Parvasa,1, 153. 4. 182,186, 204.
INDEX.

Patanga,a castein Plaksha-dwipa, Paulomi,patronymof S'achi,wife


2. 193. of Indra, 5. 99.
Patanga,a mountain-rangeextend- Paulomi,wife of Bhfigu, 1, 152;
ing southward from Mount 5. 99.
Mem, 2. 117. Pauiid'ras,a people,2. 177; 3.
Patanga,a sun,5. 191. 295 ; 4. 220, 221; 5. 121.
Patangl,'daughterof Daksha,wife PaundVa, the sameas PaundVaka,
of Kasyapa, and mother of epithet of the false Vasudeva,5.
grasshoppers,2. 28. 129.
Patanjala,the Yogaphilosophyso Paund'ra,variant of Pnfid'ra,son
called, 3. 325. of Dirghatamas, 4. 122.
Patanjali,a teacherof the Yoga Painid'rakas,
a people,2. 177,184;
philosophy, 5. 226, 240. 3. 295 " 4. 220, 221.
Pat'ara,a sun, 5. 191. Pauiid'raka, epithet of Vasudeva
Path, heavenly, of the Pitris, 2. the impostor, slain by Krishna,
264. Of the gods, 2. 269. Of 5. 70, 121-125, 128, 129.
Vishnu, 2. 270. Pauiid'raka,variant of PuM'ra, son
Pat'hitanga,what, 5. 383. of Dirghatamas, 4. 122.
Pathya,discipleof Kabandha,
<fcc., Pauiid'rikas,a people,2, 177; 3.
and teacher of the Atharva- 295.
veda, 3. 61, 62. Pauras, a dynasty, 4. 207, 209,
Pattalaka, son of Hala, 4, 197. 2IO.
Pattanas,a people, 2. 180. Pauravas, a dynasty, 4. 144,
Pattan Somnath,the popular name 184.
of the site of a once celebrated PauravL,daughter of Bahlika, and
temple, 5. 47. wife of Vasudeva, 4. 108-110.
Pattis,a people,2. 184. Pauravi,variant of Yaudheyi,4.
Pat'as,a caste,established
by Vis- 159-
waspharii, 4. 217. Paurnamasa,son of Marichi and
Pat'umat,son of Meghaswati,4. Sambhuti,1. 153 ; 3. 17.
196. Paurnamasa, a Sadhya,2. 22.
Pat'umavi(?),variantof Pat'umat, Pauniamasa,variant of Piirnot-
4. 196. sanga,4. 195.
Pat'umitras,a dynasty, 4. 212, Pauniamasi,"dayof full moon/2.
214, 215. 260.
Pat'umitra,a king, 4. 215. Paurusha,variant of Paurusheya,
Paulomas,certainDanavas,sonsof 2. 289.
Kasyapaand Puloma, 2. 71. Paurusheya,
a Eakshasa,2. 285,
Identhied with, the Nivataka- &c.
vachas,and slainby Arjuna, 2, Pausha,a month, Dec.-Jan., 2.
72. 261, &c. j 3. 168.
INDEX. 137
Paushna= Bevati,an asterism,2. Pavitra,a river in India, 2. 148.
277. Pavitra,a river in Kusa-dwlpa, 2.
Paushpanji,son of Pushpanja,dis- 196.
cipleof Sukarman,
and teacher Pavitra, what,in the religion of
of the Sama-veda, 3. 58-61. the Magas,5. 384.
SeePaushpinji. Pavitravati, a river in Krauncha-
Paushpinji,disciple of Hiranya- dwipa,2. 198.
nabha,andteacherof the Sama- Payas,'fluid/ 2. 203.
veda,3.'58,59. (Almostwith- Payoda,sonof Yadu,4. 53, 57.
out doubt, Paushpiirjt and Payoshnf,a river, or rivers, so
Paushpanjiareone,and Paush- called,2. 130, 144-147,171.
. pinji is the right name.) Payoshnika, the sameasPayosbni,
Pava, son of Naliusha, 4. 46. 2. 144.
Pavaka,sonof Yahni or Agni, 1. Perfection,its eight varieties,1.
141, 156, 193 j 4. 283; 5.387. 91.
Called son of Antardhana, 1. Phalguna, the sameasArjuna, son
193. Chiefof theYasus,2. 85. of Pdnd'u,3. 84; 5. 140,160.
Pavakis,the, who,4. 283. Phalguna,a montb, Feb.-March,
Pavaki, patronym of Karttikeya, 4. 2. 261, &c.; 3. 168.
283. Phenajvariant of Hema, son of
Pavamana, sonof Yahni or Agni, Ushadratha,4. 122.
1. 156,193. Calledsonof An- Phenapas, a classof Pitris, 3. 339.
tardhana,1. 193. PichchhiU,a river, 2. 151.
Pavamana, ruler overthe realmof Pid'a,in astronomy,' occupation/
Pavamana,and son of Medha- 3. 164.
tithi, king of S'aka-dwipa,
2.200. Piiiaka,the nameof Siva's bow,
Pavamana,a regionin S'aka-dwlpa, 1. 141.
2. 200. Piriakadhfik, an epithet of Yira-
Pavana,son of Auttami, Manu of bhadra, 4. 339.
the third Manwantara,3. 7. Pind'as,cballsof foodofferedto the
Pavana,son of Krishna and Mi- manesof relatives/3. 148.
travinda,5. 79. Piiid'a-millaka,what, as a vege-
Pavana= Yayu, 5. 46. tableproduction,3. 195.
Pavana,a mountain-range to the Pind'araka,son of Yasudevaand
west of Mount Meru, 2. 124. Bohini, 4. 109 ; 5. 141.
Pavanasin,what,5. 12. Pind'ara.ka,
a placeof pilgrimage
Pavana-tanaya,." son of Pavana/ in Gujerat, 5. 141.
the sameas Haminiat, 1. 117. Pin din i, an Apsaras, 2. 82.
Pavani,a river, 2. 120, 121. Pingaksha,
a sort of bird, P. 55.
Pavitras, a class of gods in the Pingala, a Kudra, 2. 25.
fourteenth Manwantara, 3. 28. Pingala, a writer on prosody,P. 60.
i38 INDEX.
Pinjala, a river,2. 150. Yama,2. 85; but Agui,2. 86.
Pippala, a regionin Sudarsana
or Classes
and"kindsof, I. 123;
Janibu-dwipa,2. no. 3. 157, &c., 339, 340. Their
Pippala,a river, 2. 148. songs,3. 170, 197 ; 5. 249 :
Pippala,
a certain
greattree,where andseePitfi-gita. Foodgrate-
speciallygrowing,accordingto ful to them,3. 193. Seealso
various accounts,2. in, 116. P. 37, 38, 81,83; I- 82,97,
Pippalada,discipleof Devadarsa, 156, 188; 3.56, 98, 119, 146,
and teacherof theAthar\ti-veda, 148, 149; 5. 193.
3. 61. Pitri-gana, what, 1. 119.
Pippalavati,variantof Pat'alavati, Pitri-glta, <fec.ja certain kind of
2. 148. hymn, 3. 66 (note ), 170, 197,
Pisachas,
certaingoblins. Created 340 ; 5. 249.
by Brahma,1. 87. Offspring Pitfi-loka,'the heavenof thePitris
of Kasyapa and Krodhavasa and of Brahmans/ 1. 97, 98.
or else Pisaeha,2. 74, 75. See SeePrajapatya.
also 1. 82; 3. 116, 119; 4. Pitri-yajna, a particular sacrifice,
250; 5. 94, 203. 3. 40, 93. ,
Pisacha,daughter of Daksha,wife Pitfi-yana, ' path of the Pitris,' 2.
of Kasyapa, and mother of the 264, 269.
Pisachas,2. 26, 75. Pitrya = Magha, a certain aster-
Pisachika, a river, 2. 155. ism, 2. 258.
Pishpalada (?), variant of Pippa- Pivara, a Rishi in the fourth Man-
lada, 3. 62. wantara, 3. 8.
Pisitasiu, what, 2. 87. Pivara, ruler over the realm of
Pitas, a castein S'almala-dwipa,2. Pivara,andsonof Dyutimat, king
194- of Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197.
Pitamaha = Brahma, 1. 141; 4. Pivara, a region in Krauncha-
4, 251; 5. 114. dwipa, 2. 197.
Pitamaha, an ancient lawgiver, Pivari, wife of Yedasiras,variously
cited, 3. 108. geriealogized,1. 152, 155; 3.
Pit'ha-sthana,a spot where the 1-6.0,161. Etymology of the
goddessDevi is worshipped/ P. word, 2. 342.
90; 4. 261, 262. Piyadasi, Pali of Priyadarsin, 4'.
Pitris, certain demigods. Their 189.
origin from Brahma's side or Piyadassano, Pali, the same as
armpits, 1. 80, Si, 156 ; 3. 340. Piyadasi, 4. 189.
Sonsof Augiras and Swadha,by Plaksha-dwipa,a continent, parti-
another account, 2. 29. Their culars regarding, 2. 101, 109,
"wife,Swadha,!.109,156. Their 191, &c.
offspring, 1. 157. Their king, Plakshaga,a river, 2. 121.
INDEX.

Plakshavati, a river, 2. 339. He presidesover the tongue, 1.


Poison. Producedfrom the ocean, 38.
1. 144. Swallowedby S'iva, 1. Prachetas,variously genealogized,
147- 4. 119.
Prabala,sonof Krishna and Laksh- Prachetas,the sameas Varuna, 5.
manci, 5. Si. 88.
Prabha,wife of Pushparria,1. 178. Prdchetasa,the same as Daksha,
Prabha, daughter of Swarbhanu, 1. IO2.
and wife of JSTamuchi,2. 70; 4. Prachinabarhis, son of Havir-
3. dh^na, 1. 157, 192, &c. Of the
Prabha, wife of Vivaswat, son of family of Atri, 1. 193.
Kasyapa, 3. 20. Prachinwat, son of Janamejaya,
Prabhakara,ruler over the realm of son of Puru, 4. 127.
Prabhakara,and son of Jyotish- Prachinwat, the sameas Prachin-
mat, king of Kusa-dwfpa,2.195. wat, on the authority of the
Prabhakara,
a feishi,sprungfrom Mahabhdrata,
4%128.
Atri, 4. 129. Prdchyas,a people, 2. 178.
Prabhakara, a region in Kusa- Pradarsanas,a classof gods in the
dwipa, 2. 195. third Manwantara, 3. 6.
Prabhanu, son of Krishna and Pradha, wife of Kasyapa, son of
Satyabhama,5. 81. Marlchi, 2. 81.
Prabhasa,a Vasu, 2. 23. His wife, Pradhdna, i primary matter,' 1, 4.
2. 24, His sons,Devarshis, 3. A form of Vishnu, 1. 18, 19.
70. Propertiesof it, 1. 20, &c. The
Prabhasa,a place of pilgrimage sameas Prakfiti, 1. 20. 'Equi-
on the coastof Gujerat, 5. 47, poise of the three qualities/ 1.
146, 147. 26 ; 5. 199, One with Brahma,
Prabhata,son of Vivaswat, son of 1. 23, &c. Agitated, influenced,
Kasyapa, 3. 20. or entered into, by Purusha or
Prabhava,a Sadhya, 2. 22, Vishnu, 1. 27, &c. Mergesinto
Prabhavapyaya, what, in philo- spirit, 5. 199. Seealso P. 94;
sophy, 1. 2.1,56. 1. 67, 75, 164,169, 172; 2.37,
Pra,bhavatl,an Apsaras,2. 82. 58, 94, 232-235 j 3. 129, 202;
Prablm, variant of Vipra, son of 4. 258; 5. 26.0.
Srutanjaya, 4. 174. Pradhanatman,a name of Vishnu,
Prabhiitas, variant of Prasutas,3. I- 3-
12. Pradh4nika, what, in philosophy,
Prachetases,ten sons of Prachina- i.24.
" barhis, 1. 102, 127, 157, 195, Pradosha,sonof Pushparna,1.178.
&c.; 2. i, &c., 337; 3. 230. Pradyotas= Pradyotanas, 4. 178,
Prachetas,sonof Angiras, 3. 297. 179.
140 INDEX.

Pradyota,variant of Pradyotana, Praliwa-swagatokti,


what, 3. 130.
4. 178, 231. Prajani,sonof Prainsu,3. 242.
Pradyotanas, certain kings, 4. Prajapatis,'* mind-born sons of
179- Brahma.' Variously enumerated,
Pradyotana,son of Sunika, 4. 178. and originating from various
Pradyumna,son of Chakshusha,1. parts of Brahma's body, <fcc.,
178,179. 1. 100, &c. Married to the
Pradyumna, son of Krishna and daughters of Daksha, 1. 109.
Rnkmini, 5. 71. Is carried off, Their chief, Daksha, 2. 85. See
whensix daysold, by S'ambara, also P. 42, 95, 96 ; 1. 78, 79,
a demon, 5. 73. Is reared by 89, c., no, 131; 2. 9; 5. 144.
Mayadevi,5, 74, Slays S'ain- Prajapati = Brahmd, 1. 55, 97,
bara,5. 75. Seealso 3. 166; 100, 130; 2. 249; 3. 93, 99,
4. 112; 5. 16, 72, 75>76, 83, H5? I][7> 34o; 5. 183, 234,
107, 108, no, 113, 115, 116, 236..
118, 120, 141, 148. Prajapati,the sameas Kasyapa,
Pradyumna,variant of S'atadyum- 2. 21. ,-
na, 3. 333. Prajapati, the sameas Daksha, 2.
Pradyumni, patronym of Anirud- 29; 3. 82.
dha, 5. 84, 120. Prajapati, the Vya-saof the second
Praghosha,son of Krishna and Dwaparaage,3. 34, 36. (On
Lakshmarid,5. Si, what authority is he identified
Pragjyotisha,the sameas Assam, with Mann,in 3. 34?)
5- 55>88-90, 113. Prajapati (which of the Prajapatis
Praliararia,son of Krishna and namedaboveis intended?), 2.
Bhadra, 5. 82. 12.3,14$, 37-
Praheti,a Bakshasa,2. 285,<fec. Prajdpati (which of the Praja-
Prahladas,a people,2. 166. patis?),presidingoverthe geni-
Pralilada,son of Hiranyakasipu, tals, 1. 38.
2. 30. His descendants, 2. 69. Prajapatipati==Brahma,1. 55; 2.
His devotion to Vishnu, 2. 36, 86.
Is persecuted
by his ownfather, Prajdpati-yajna.,
a certainsacrifice,
2. 38. Vishnu appearsto him, 3.93-
2. 62,&c. Hebecomes
kingof* Pr^ijapatya
(who?),3. 166.
, theDaityasandDanavas,2. 64, Prajapatya,a heaven,1. 98; 5.
85. His abode,in a division of i83.
Pdtala, 2. 211. See also P. 43, Prajapatya, a certain wind,15.204.
52, 96; 1. 188; 3. i, 1.9.; 4, Prajdpatya,-a form of marriage,3.
41. And seePrahrada. I05- ,
Prahrada= fraMida, 1. 190; 2. Prajapatya-tirtha,
what,as applied
3' to the hand, 3. 99.
INDEX. 141

Prajas,variant of Aja, son of Pramada,


a feislii in the third
Auttami, 3. 6. Manwantara, 3. 7.
Prajati, variant of Prajani, 3. 242. Pramatha, an attendant of S'iva,
Prajna, a synonym of Mahat, 1. 5. 113, 115, 116, 128.
32- Pramathini, an Apsaras, 2. 81.
Prakara, what, in architecture, 5. Pramati,-sonof E-antinara,4. 129.
57, 128, 134. Pramati (who ?), 5. 251.
Prakkosalas,a people, 2. 172. Pramati, variant of Prajani, 3. 242.
Prakoshria,variant of Pramlocha, Pramati, variant of Sumati, 3, 247.
2. 293. Pranijitf ij ' mother'smother/ 3.115.
Prdkfita7 what, in philosophy^ 1. Pramita, variant of Pramati, 5.
24, 26, 74, 76, 78, 114. 251,
Prakfita-pralaya, what, 5. 169, Pramla, variant of Pramlocha, 2.
2OT. Si.
Prakritis, the seven,what, in the Pramlocha, an Apsaras who be-
Sankhyaphilosophy, and in the guilesthe sageKarid'u, 2. 2, &c.,
Purarias,5. 199. 75>81-83, 285>287>29r> 293;
Prakfiti, what, P. 93 ; 1. 18, &c., 3. 27,
109, 139, 140, 172, 197 j 2. Pramlochanti, an Apsaras, 2. 8r,
232> 233> 235>3l6> 320>325> S3-
328; 4. 254, 264; o. 186, 198- Pramlova (?), variant of Pram-
200, 214, 225, 260. See Pra- locha, 2. 287.
dhana. Pramoda, 'hilarity/ sprung from
Pralditikaj1 what, in philosophy, Brahma, 1. 102,
1. 113; 5. 186. Pramoda, son of Drid'haswa, son
Prakfiti-khand'a,a part of the of Kuvalayaswa,
3. 265.
Brahma-vaivarta-puraria;P. 65, Pramsu3 sou of Yaivaswata or
67. " S'raddhadeva,the Mann presid-
Prakriya-pada,a part of the Yayu- ing over the current Manwan-
puraiia, P. 37. tara, 3. 14, 232, 233.
Pralamba, a Daitya, subject to Pram.su,son of Vatsapri, 3. 242.
Kamsa, 4. 250, 272, 300, 301, Pramucha, a Muni, fosterer of the
3 2 2 j 335- Slain by Balabhadra, nymph Eevati, 3. 9.
4. 34, 35- Prana,son of Dhatfi and Xyati,
Pralaya, l dissolution.'. Fourfold, 1. 152.
1. 113, <fec.Account of, 5. 169, Prana, son.of Dhara, a Yasn, 2. 23-
"<fcc. Threekinds of, 5. 186. Prana,a 6ishi in the secondMan-
Incidental, 5. 186. Elemental, wantara,variously genealogized,
5. 195, &c. Final, 5. 202. See 3. 3, 4-
also P. 81; I. 4. See also Prana, a certain measureof time,
Dissolution. 1. 48.
142 INDEX.

Pranakfishna-sabdambudhi,
3.131. Prasenajit, son of Mahamand'ala,
(Themorecorrect
nameof the 4. 186.
work intendedherefollows.) Prasenajit,thesameasBeriu,4.19.
Pranakfishniya-sabdabdlii,
a mo- Prasiddhaka,variant of Pratin-
dern Sanskrit dictionary, re- dhaka, 3. 331.
ferredto, 5. 390. Seethe last Praskaiiwa,descendedfrom Me-
article. dhatithi, son of Kaiiwa, 4. 130.
Pranarodha, a hell, 2. 215. Prasna-upanishacl,commentary on
Praiiava,the sameas Om,3. 38. the, referredto, 3. 340.
Pranayama,what, in the Yoga Prasraya,' affection,7 sonof Dhar-
philosophy,2. 89, 272; 3. 55; ma, 1. in (wherecorrectthe
4. 308; 5. 230-232,240. spelling);4. 265.
Prarietfi,' promulgator/3. 30, 39. Prasfisht'a,
PrasrisMa,what,5. 37.
Pranidhana,what, in the Yoga Prasfita,son of Yasudeva, son of
philosophy,5. 229,239(note). SMra,4. in.
Prapti,daughterof Jarasandha,Prasfitas,
variantof Prasiitas,
3.
and wife of Kaihsa, 5. 50. 12.
Prasada,
' favour/ sonof Dharma, Prasiiti, sonof the Manu Swaro-
chisha,anda Eishi in the second
Prasama, son of Yasudeva,son of Manwantara, 3. 5.
S'ura,4. in. Prastara,variant of Prastava,2.
Prasandhi, son of Manu in the 106.
Kfita-yuga,3. 243. Prastava,sonof Udgitha,2. 106.
Prasannateyu,son of Kaudraswa, Pr^stavi,variant of Prastava,2.
4. 128. 107.
Prasanneyu,
sonof Raudraswa,
4. Prastdtas(??),variantof Prasiitas,
128. 3. 12.
Prasena, son of ISTighna,son of Prasuhmas,a people, 2. 165.
Anamitra, 4. 74, &c. Is killed Prasusraka, son of Maru, son of
by a lion, 4. 77. S'ighraor S'ighraga,3. 314.
Prasena,variant of Devavat, son SeePrasusruta.
of Akriira, 4. 96. Prasusruta,variant of, or later sub-
Prasenajit, son of Yiswasahwan, stitute for, Prasusruka, 3. 325.
. 3.325. Prasiitas, a class of gods in the
Prasenajit,
variouslygenealogized, sixth Manwantara,3. 12.
3. 265, 266, 297. Prasuti, daughter of Swayaxh-
Prasenajit, son of Katula, 4. 170. bhuva, and wife of Daksha, 1.
Prasenajit,king of Kosala, son of 108; 3. 162; 5. 386.
Mahapadma,4. 171. Prasyas, variant of Prachyas, 2.
Prasenajit, king of Magadha, 4. 173.
171. PrataH-' dawn/ son of Pushparna,
INDEX.

1. 178 (where correct the spell- Pratikshattra, sonof S'ainin,4. 99.


ing) j 2. 253. Pratimasyas,a people, 2. 172.
Pratan, a Yakslia, 2. 285, 287, Pratimatsyas,variant of Pratima-
292, 293. syas,2. 172.
Pratapa-martand'a,a work on la'w, Pratindhaka, son of Mam, son of
referred to, 2. 153. Haryaswa, 3. 331.
Pratardana,son of Divodasa, son Pratipa, son of Dilipa, son of Bhi-
of Bhirnaratha, 4. 24, 33-36. masena,4. 153.
39>40, 343- Pratipaka, variant of Pratindhaka,
Pratardana,son of Manwat, 4. 70. 3- 33i-
Pratardanas, variant of Prackr- Pratipaksha, son of Kshattradhar-
sanas,3. 6. ma or Kshattradharman, &c., 4.
Pratastana,
variantof PrataK,son 43? 44-
of Pushparria,2. 253. Pratipaswa, variant of Supratika,
Prati, variant of Pratikshattra, 4, 4. 168.
44. Pratiratha, son of Chyavana, son
Pratibahu,sonof S'waphalka,4. of Mitrayu, (]) 4. 147.
96. Pratiratha (1), variant of Apratir-
Pratibahu, son of Vajra, son of atha, 4. 130.
Aniruddha, 4. 113. Pratisanchara, what, 1. 52; 5.
Pratibandhaka,variant of Pratin- 186, 196.
dhaka, 3. 331. Pratisarga, 'secondary creation/
Pratibhaim, son of Krishna and ^63,93; 1. 55.
Satyabhama,5. Si. Pratisht'hana,a town, or towns, P.
Pratiha, son of Paramesht'hin,son 107; 2. 165; 3. 237, 238.
of Devadyumna, 2. 107. See Pratita, son of Bhanuratha, son of
Pratihara and Pratihartfi. Bfihadaswa, 4. 168.
Pratihara, son of Paramesht'hin, Pratitaswa, sonof Bhanuratha,son
son of Indradyunina, 2. 106. of Bfihadaswa,4. 168.
SeePratiha and Pratihartfi. Prativaha, son of S'waphalka, 4.
Pratihartfi, son of Pratihara, 2. 95> 96.
106. He is called son of Pra- Prativindhya, son of Yudhisht'hira,
tiha,2. 107. 4.^159.
Pratika, son of Yasu, son of Bhii- Prativyoma, son of Vatsavyuha,
tajyotis, 3. 335. 4. 167.
Pratika, variant of Pratfndhaka, 3. Prativyuha, variant of Prativyoma,
33i- 4. 167.
Pratikaswa, variant of Supratika, Pratyagra, variant of Pratyagraha,
4. 168. 4. 149, 150.
Pratikshattra, variously genealo- Pratyagraha, son of Vasu, son of
gized, 4.,43, 44. Kfitaka, 4. 149.
T44 INDEX,

Pratyagratha,variant of Pratya- Praviraka,a certainYavanaking,


gralia, 4. 149. 4. 211.
Pratyahara, what, in tlie Yoga Prdvfisheyas,a people, 2. 170.
philosophy.,
4. 307; 5. 199,232, Pravfitta, what, as an epithet of
240. ' works/ 5. 200.
Pratyangirasas,-certain 3-Uchesor Prayaga, a sacred cit}r, now Alla-
verses,sonsof Angiras,2.-28, habad,3. 246j 4. 218, 219; o.
29. 248.
Pratyatmya,f reflexion/a form of Prayaschitta,' expiation/proceed-
Brahma, 1. 82. ing from Brahma, 1. 85.
Pratyaya,a Sarga,1. 76. Preksbagara,'theatre/ 5. 29, 33.
Pratyiisha,a Vasu,2. 23; 3. 68. Prema-sagara,a Hindi translation
Prava,insteadof Arisht'a,daugh- from the Bhagavata-purana, re-
ter of Daksha, and wife of Ka- ferred to, 4. 246.
syapa,accordingto the Yayu- Pretas,(ghosts/3. 119.
purana,2. 26. Preta-kalpa,a part of the Garud'a-
Pravaha,a certainwind, 2. 305, purdna,P. 84.
306. Preta-karya,' funeral ceremonies/
Pravahas,variantof Apavahas,2. & ISS-
i6S. Preta-raja,an epithet of the god
Pravahita, a Rishi in the third Yama, 5. 61.
Manwantara,3. 7. Pfishadarbha,variant of Yfisha-
Pravara,a river, 2. 149; 5. 389. darbha,4. 121.
Prava.rarias
(?),a people,2. 169. Pfishadaswa,sonof Yirupa,8.257.
Pravarasena (^), variantof Pravira^ Pfishadaswa,son of Anaraiiya,3.
son of Dhanna, 4. 212. 284.
Pravasu,sonof Ailina or llina,-4. Pfishadhra,son of Vaivaswata,
I32- Manu of the current Manwan-
Pravijayas,a people, 2. 166. tara, 3. 14, 232, 233, 238, 239.
Pravilasena, son of Pattalaka, 4. Pfishata, grandson of some Nlpa,
197. 4. 143, 144.
Pravillasena
(?),variantof Pravila- Pfishata,son of Somaka,son of
sena, 4. 197, 202. Sahadeva,4. 148.
Pravira,variouslygenealogized,
4. Pfishokta,variantof Yfishana,son
127. of Arjuna, 4. 57.
Pravira(another),
variouslygenea- Pfisht'haja,sonof.Kumara,sonof
logized, 4. 132. Agni, 2. 23.
Pravira, son of Haryaswa, son of Pfisni, variously genealogized.4.
Chakshus,4. 144. 94- .
Pravira, son of Dharma, son of Pfisni, * earth/ mother of the
Ramachandra,4. 211, 212, 214. Maruts, 2. 79.
INDEX. 145.

Fritha, daughterof S'ura,son of Pfithudhatfi, variant of Pfithu-


Devamfd'husha, and wife of daua, 4. 63.
Pand'u,4. 101, 102, 126,320, Pfithugas,a classof gods in the
321; 5. 156, 164, 167. sixth Manwantara,3. 12.
Pfithagas,variantof Pfithugas,3. Pfithujaya,sonof S'asabindu,
&c.,
12. 4. 62, 63.
Pfithivi, ' earth.' The element, Pfithu kas, variant of Pfithugas, 3.
produced from the rudiment of 12.
smell, 1. 35, 36. Turns into a Pfithukarman, son of S'asabindu,
cow, and is milked, 1. 187, &c. &c., 4. 62, 63.
Whence the name, 1. iSS. Pfithukirtti, son of S'asabindu,4.
Mother of the Maruts, 2. 80. 62, 63.
Seealso Diti andMaruts. Lauds Pfithukirtti, daughter of S'ura,
Vishnu incarnate as a boar, 1. son of Devamidliusha, and mo-
59, &c. ther of Dantavaktra, by one
Pfithu, one of the Viswe devas,3. account, 4. 104.
192. Piithula, variant of Pf ithulaksha,
Pfithu, accordingto the Bhagavata- 4. 125.
purana, son of Tamasa,Manu of Pfithulaksha, son of Chaturanga,
the fourth Manwantara,3. 8. 4. 125.
Pfithu, a Eishi in the fourth Man- Piithumat, son of S'asabindu, 4.
wantara, 3. 8. A descendant 63-
of Kasyapa, according to the Pfithunjaya, variant of Pfithujaya,
Vayu-purana, 3. 8. 4. 62.
Pfithu, son of Vena, son of Anga, Pfithu-rai-charitra, a poem in old
P. 42; 1. 178, &c.; 2.85; 4. Hindi, referred to, 3. 207.
240;.5. 388. Pfithurukma, variously genealo-
Pfithu, son of Prastava, 2. 107. gized, 4. 63, 64.
SeePfithushena. Pfithusas (??),variant of Pfithugas,
Pfithu, variously genealogized,3. 3. 12.
263, 297. Pfithusattama,' son of Pfithm-
Pfithu, sonof Euchaka,4. 64. sravas,sonof S'asabindu,
4. 63.
Pfithu, sonof Chitraka,4. 96; 5. Pfitlmsena,sonof Euchiraswa,4.
148. 141.
Pfithu, son of Para, son of Sa- Pfithushena, son of Vibhu, son of
mara,4. 141. Prastava,2. 107.
Pfithu, variant of Chakshus,son Pfithushena,
variantof Pfithusena,
of Purujanu, 4. 144. 4. 141.
Pfithudana,
sonof S'asabindu,
4.63. Pfithusrava
(?),sonof Dakshasa-
Pfithudharma,variant of Pfithu- varna,Manuof the ninth Man-
karman,
4. 62,63. wantara,
3. 25.
K
146 INDEX.

Pfithus"ravas,
Insteadof Pfithu- Pulaha,a Prajapati,sonof Brahma,
srava(?),according
to theYayu- 1. 8-10, (fee.,100,&a, 2. 103,
purana,3. 25. 285, &c.; 3. 3, 8, ii, 68, 160,
Pfithusravas, son of S'asabindu, 164. His wife, Kshama,1. 109,
&c., 4. 63. no. His offspring, 1. 154.
Pfithusravas,son of Baglm,son of Pulaha, a certain star, 4. 233.
Dirghabalm, according to the Pulaka, variant of Pattalaka, 4.
Bhagavata-purana,3. 313. 197.
Pfithuyasas, son of S'asabindu,4. Pulastya, a Prajapati, son of
62. Brahma, P. 30, 31, 41, 75; 1.
Priti, ' affection/ daughterof Dak- 8, 9, 100, &c. j 2. 103 ; 284, &c.,
sha, and wife of Pulastya, 1. 33; 3- 3~5; 8> II^ 68? 160,
109, 154. 161,164,246. His wife, Priti,
Priya, daughter of Daksha, and 1. 109, iio. His offspring, 1.
mother, by one account,of four 154. Progenitor of the Kak-
Manus, known as the Merusa- shasas,1. io.
varnis, 3. 24. Pulastyaj variant of Vasishtha, 5.
Priyadarsana, one of Krishna's 251.
wives(1),5. Si-. Pulika,variant of Sunika,<fcc.,
4.
Priyadarsin,the sameas Asoka,4. i7s.
189 (wherecorrect the spelling), Pulimatj son of Gotamiputra, 4.
345- 198.
Priyamedha,
sonof Ajamld'ha,4. Pulindas,
certainbarbarous
people,
140. 2. 159, 160, 170, 179, 341; 4.
Priyamukhya, variant of Guna- 217. Their origin, 1. 182.
mukhya, 2. Si. Pulinda, variant of Pulindaka, 4.
Priyasishya, an Apsaras, 2. 82. 192.
Priyavrata, son of Swayambhuva Pulindakas^the sameas Pulindas,
Mann, 1. 107, &c., 155, 159 -3 2. 159.
3. 2, 5, 7, ii; 5. 250. His Pulindaka, son of Ardraka, son of
offspring,2. 100, 108, 193,195, Yasumitra, 4. 192.
197, 198, 200, 203, Pulindasena, variant of Pravila-
Properties of sensible objects, 1. sena,4. 297.-
37- Puloma, daughter of Vaiswanara,
Proshakas,a people, 2. 187. wife of Kasyapa,and mother of
Prosht'has,a people, 2. 179. the Paulomas,certain Danavas,
Ptolemy Euergetes, name of, in 2. 71, 72.
an ancientIndian inscription, 4. Pulornan, a Danava, son of Kas-
189. yapa,2. 70; 5. 99. His abode,
PudakaSjvariant of Padukas,4. 2. 211(wherecorrectPulomat);
5. 389.
INDEX. 147

Puloman, son of Yiprachitti, son 2. 57; 94; 3. 204; 4. 104, 289,


of Kasyapa, 2. 72. 340.
Puloman, variant of Puloniarchis, Pund'arlkanayana = Puiid'arlka-
4. 199, 202. ksha, 4. 104, 112.
Pulomarchis, son of Chandrasri, Pund'arlkavat, a mountain-range
and the last of the Andhra- in Krauncha-dwipa, 2. 197.
bhfitya kings, 4. 199. See Puiid'ras, a people, 2. 132, 170,
Palomat. 185. SeePund'rakas.
Pulomat, variant of Pulimat, 4. Pund'ra3son of Vasudeva, son of
198, 201. S'ura, 4. no.
Pulomat, variant of Pulomarchis, Puiid'ra, soil of Bali, the Daitya,
4. 199, 201, 203, 204, 231, 236. 4. 122.
Pulomavi, son of Swatikariia, 4. Puiid'ra, countriesso called, 2. 134,
200. 170, 171, 177; 4. 221.'
Puloniavit (11),variant of Pulo- Puiid'ra,a fabulouscity, between
mavi, 4. 200. the Himavat and Hemakut'a
Pulovapi (??), variant of Pulo- mountains,2. 282.
marchis, 4. 199. Pund'rakas,a people, 4. 220. See
Pums, 'spirit/ <fec.,1. 3, 23, &c. ; Puiid'ras,
2. 233, 323, 332; 3. 202; 4. Punjal, a festival, observed in the
258; 5. 59, 199. And see Pu- south of India, 4. 313.
rusha. Punjikasthala,an Apsaras,2. Si~
Punarvasu,son of Puru, son of 83, 285, 286, 291, 292.
MadliUj4. 69, Punjikasthali,variant of Punjika-
Panarvasu,variously genealogized, sthala, 2. 286.
4. 98, 99. Punnamnyfiksha^ an epithet of
Punarvasu, Punarvasu, a certain ten particular asterisms,3. 132.
asterism, 2. 265, &c., 308; 3. Puiiya, daughter of Kratu, and
132, 167. v\Tife of Yajnavama, 1. 155
Pund'arika,a serpent,son of Ka- (where correct the spelling),
^yapa,sori of Marichi, 2. 74. 200.
Pund'arlka,sonof Nabhas,sonof iiya^a river, 2. 154,
Nala, 3. 320. Puiiyajanas, certain Bakshasas,de-
Puiid'arika,daughterof Yasisht'ha, stroyers of the city of Kusa-
andwife ofPand'u(orof Praria?), sthali, 3. 255.
1-i52 155- Pur, synonymous with. Mahat?1.
Pund'arika,an Apsaras,2. 81-83. 32.
Pund'arika,a river in Krauncha- Pura, 'city/ its extent,form,&c.?
dwipa,-2. 198. 1. 94.
Pund'arikdksha;
4lotos-eyed/a title Purajanu,variantof Purujanu,4.
of Yishnu or Krishna, 1. 1-3; 144.
INDEX.

Purajit, son of Aja, son of Ur- fying ' enemyof Pura/ a demon
dhwaketu,3. 334. so called,2. 112.
Puraka,inspiration,' in the Yoga Puravati,a river, 2. 149.
philosophy,4. 308; 5. 231. Purikashena., variant of Pravila-
Puramalini, a river, 2. 148. sena,4. 197.
Purana, son of Viswamitra, 4. Purikaya, Purikaya?a certainking,
28. 4. 213.
Purarias, i mythological digests/ Purikaya, a city ('?),4. 213.
P. 7; 5. 300. Their scope,&c., Purimat, variant of Pulimat, 4.
P. 5, &c.; 3. 72, 73. Subjects 198.
of them, P. 7. Their probable Purmdrasena, variant of Pravila-
age,P. 16. Theirextent,P. 24. sena,4. 197, 201.
Their names,P. 20, 23; 3. 66, Purishabhiru, variant of Pravila-
67. Classesof them,,P. 19, <kc. sena 4. 197.
Notices and analysesof them, Purishasena(]), variant of Pravi-
severally,P. 27-86. Taughtby lasena,4. 197.
Yyasa,3. 42. Taughtby Suta, Purishataru(?),variantof Pravila-
3. 64. Original Samhitas of sena,4. 197.
them, 3. 64, &c. Purishi, a particularholy fire, 1.
Piiranarnava,the title of a work 85 (wherecorrectPurishin).
connected"withthe Puranas, P. Purna,a river, 2. 145.
49. Puma,a river (another),2. 154.
Purand'as,variantof Purund'as,4. Purnaka,what,in the worshipof
206. the Magas, 5. 384.
Purandara,
theIndraof thecurrent Purnamdsa,son of Krishna and
Manwantara, 3. 13,18; 5. 46. Kalindi, 5. 79.
Puranjaya,son of Yikukshi, 3. Piirnasa,a river, 2, 152 (where
261-263. correctthe spelling); 5. 389.
Puranjaya,sonof Bhajamana, son Purriotsanga,sonof S'risatakarrii,
of Satwata,4. 72. 4. 195,200, 202.
Puranjaya,
sonof Sfinjaya,
sonof Purod'asa,
(a sacrificialcakeof
Kalanara,4. 120. groundrice/ 1. 119.
Puranjaya,son of Yindhyasakti, Purohita,' priest/ 4. 62.
4. 210. Purojava, ruler over the realm of
Puranjaya, variant of JSTfipanjaya, Purojava, and son of Medhati-
son of Suvira, 4. 144. thi, king of S'aka-dwipa,2. 200.
Puranjaya,variant of Nripanjaya, Purojava, a region in S'aka-dwipa,
son of Medhavin, 4. 165. 2. 200.
Puranjaya, variant of Kipunjaya, Piirta-kamalakara, the, a work on
sonof Yiswajit, 4. 176. law, referredto, 2. 131, 132,-
Purari, an epithet of Siva, signi- 339 ; 3- 190-
'INDEX. 149

Pilrn, Puru,sonof Chakshusha,


1. makesit threefold,4. 10. Tra-
177, 178; 3. 13. ditionsof him, 4. ii. Seealso
Puru, an incarnationof Dharma, P. 107; 3. 168; 4.30,31,343.
and son of Vasudeva,4. in. Pururavas, king of the Madras,
Puru, son of Yayati, 3. 266 ; 4. 4.5-
46, 48, <fec.5
116, 117, 120, 126- Pururavas,variant of Puruvat (?),
128, 130, 133, 139, 152,237. 3. 189-191.
Puru, son of Jahnu, son of Sti- Purushas, a caste in Kranncha-
liotra, 4. 14, 15, 24. dwipa, 2. 198.
Puru, son of Madhu, son of Deva- Purusha, 'the male portion of
kshattra,4. 69. Brahma/1. 106. SeeViraj.
Purudwat,variouslygenealogized,Purusha,spirit.7A form of Yish-
4. 69, 70. ' nu, 1. 16; 2. 295; 3. 72, 83,
Puruhotra, variously genealogized, 252. For disciple/ 4. 73. See
4.69. | alsoP.94;1.3,4,27,58;2.
Purulruta, son of Dravavasu,4. 70. j 37, 58; 5. 200, 201. And see
Puruja, variant of Purujcinu, 4. Pums.
Purusha,sonof Chakshusha,Manu
Purujanu, son of Susanti, 4. 144. of the sixth Manwantara, 3. 13.
Purujati, variant of Purujariu, 4. Purushakutsa(?"'?),variant of Puru-
144. kutsa, son of Mandhatfi, 3. 268.
Purujitj son of E-uchaka, son of Purushaprabhu,son of Madhu, son
Usanas.4. 64. of Devakshattra, 4. 70.
Purujit, son of Krishna and Jam- Purusha-swarupin, what, 3. 252.
bavati, 5. 79. Purushavara,variant of Pururavas,
Purukutsa, son of Mandhatfi, 1. son of Budha, 3. 237.
17 " 3. 268, 281-283; 5- 25- Purushottama, ' supreme spirit/ a
Purukutsa, sonof Durgaha,3. 268. title of Vishnu, P. 73 ; 1. 16, 27,
Purukutsa, son of Anu, son of 61, 167, 170, 196, (fee.; 2. 57,
Purudwat (?), 4. 69. &c. &c.; 3. 282, 299; 4. 75,
Purumid'ha,sonof Hastin,4, 140. 247, 248, 256; 5. 2, 7, 119,
Purund'as,Purimd'as(?}, a dy- 161, 166, 184, 200, 216, 254,
nasty, 4. 206. 344-
Pnrunjas,variantof Purund'as,4. Purushottama,
a disquisitioniston
206. the Bhagavata-purana,referred
Pururavas, son of Budhd and Ila, to, P. 48.
3. 236 ; 4. 5. His progeny,4. Purushottama,a region(f), cA'ya-
13. The city of Pratisht'hana tana/ of Yishriu,2. 5.
is bestowedon Mm,/ 3. 2^7*ji " Purushottama-kshetra,
a holyplace
Becomesenamouredof Urvasi, in Orissa, sacred to Purushot-
4. 6, &c. Strikes fire, and tama,P. 28, 73.
150 INDEX.
Puruvasa,sonof Mahatejas(1),4. Pushkara,a famous Iake5 near
69. Ajmere, P. 30 ; 2. 96; 4. 26;
Puravat (f), one of tlie Viswe 5. 248.
devas,3. 191. Pushkara,variantof Kininara,son
Puruvatsa(?),variantof Puruvasa, of Sunakshatra3 4. 168.
4. 69. Pushkara-clwipa3a certain conti-
Piirva, son of Mid'hwas, 3. 335. nent, 2. loi, 109, no, 201,
Purva-bhadrapada,a certain aster- &c., 245.
ism, 2, 268, <fec.
j 3. 132, 167, Pushkara-mahdtmya, a Pauranik
170. composition,2. 12.
Piirvabhirama,a river, 2. 148. Pushkararu/ii,variant of Push-
Purvachitti, an Apsaras, 2. 75, karin, 4. 138.
81-83, 285,288, 293. Pushkaravartaka,a kind of cloud,
Purvahria, ' forenoon/ 2. 295. 2. 280.
Piirvaja, an epithetof Yishnu,L Pushkaravati,a city, identified
2, 3- with Arrian's Peukelaotis,3.319.
Purvaja= Aswini (?),an asteristn, Pushkarin,son of Urukshaya,4.
2. 264. 138.
Purva-phalgunl,an asterism,2. Pushkarini,daughterof Anaranya,
259,&;c. andwifeof Chakshusha, 1.,177,
Piirva-prosht'hapada
= Purva-blia- 179. Called daughterof Vi-
drapada,2. 265. raiia,and alsowife of Vyusht'a,
Purvashad'ha,an asterism, 2. 259, 1. 178.
&c., 308; 4. 230, 234. Pushkarini,wife of Bhumanyu,4.
Pushan, an A'ditj^a, 1. 131, 141, 138.
180; 2. 27, 285; 4. 339. Pushkasas,
a dynasty,4. 206.
Pushkalas,a caste in Ivrauncha- Pushpadainsht'ra,a serpent,son of
dwipa,2. 197. Kasyapa,2. 74.
Pushialas, variant of Musliakas,2. Pushpajati, a river, 2. 155.
178." PushpamitraSj
a dynasty,
4. 212,
Puslikala,variant of Pushkara,son 214, 2I5-
of Bliarata,3.319. Pushpaniitra,
thefirst Sungaking,
Puslikala, variant of Edtula, 4. 4. 189-191.
169. Pushpamitra, king of Mekala, 4.
Pushkalavartaka = Pushkaravar- 213, 215; 5. 392.
taka, 2. 280. Pushpanja, father of Paushpanji,
Pushkaras, the Brahmans of 3. 58.
Krauncha-dwipa,2. 197. Pushpama, son of Vatsara, son of
Pushkara, son of- Bharata, son of Dhruva, L 178.
Dasaratha,and king of Fushka- Pushpavarsha,a mountain in S;al*
ravati, 3. 319. mala-dwipa,2, 195,
INDEX. 151

Pushpavat,
variously
genealogized,Patravat,variantof Pushpavat,
4.
4. 150, 150,
Pushpavat,
a mountainin Kusa- Puyavaha,
a hell,2. 215,218.
dwlpa,2. 196. Puyoda,
a hell,2. 215.
Pushpaveni,a river, 2. 154.
Pusht'i, /thriving/ daughter of Qualities, three, Satya, Eajas,
Daksha,and wife of Dharma, Tamas, 1. 3, 13, 26. See
1. 109, no. Gailas.
Pusht'i, daughter of Paurnamasa,
1- I53- Eabhasa,sprung from Rambha,
Pusht'i, daughterof Dhruva, 1. sonof Ay us, 4. 43.
178. Radha,wife of Krishna,P. 21, 22,
Pusht'imat, variant of Tusht'imat, 66, &c.; 4. 245, 329, 330; 5.
4*?.9;, 264,269,283,285,321,342,
Pusht'i-sraddha,a particular mor- 345-
tuary ordinance,
3. 147. Radha,wife of Adhiratha,4. 126,
Pushya, son of Reriu, 3. 297. 143; 5- 391-
Pushya, variously genealogized,3. Rddheya = Kariia, and why so
324. called, 4. 126, 142.
Pusliya, a certain asterism,2. 259, Radhika, son of Jayasena,son of
&c., 308; 3. 132, 167; 4. 229. Sarvabhauma,4. 153.
Pushya= Pausha,,the month so Raga, ' * attachment,' its place in
called, 3. 168. philosophy, 1. 69.
Pushya, variant of Satyadhrita, 4. Raghava, patronym of Rama, L
150. 151; 3. 81 ; 4. 104, 241.
Put, a hell, that of the sonless Raghus, the, descendantsof Ra-
dead, 1. 183. ghu, 4. 240.
Piitana, a she-demon,daughter of Ragbu, variously genealogized,3.
Bali, 2. 69. Is slainby Krishna, 3533I3-3l6; 4- 24L
4. 272, 276, 278,281, 335; 5. Raghu,sonof Yaclu,sonof Yayati,
33, 87. And see4. 272. 4. 53-
Putana,variant of Jharjhara. 2. Raghunandana,a modern law
69. compiler,3. 328.
Putimfittika,a hell,2. 215. Raghuvamsa,
the,a poem,
referred
Putisfinjayas,variant of Ghat'a- to, P. 9, 30, etpassim.
sfinjayas,2. 180. Rahasya,a river, 2. 147.
Putra, sonof Vasisht'ha,
son of Rahasya,
the term explained,5.
Brahma,1. 155. 47-
Putra,sonof Priyavrata,
2. 100, Rahu," son of Viprachitti and
101. Sirhhika. 2. 55, 72 : but see 5.
Putra,sonof Brahinisht'ha,
3. 324. , 387, King of meteors,2. 86.
152 INDEX.

His car and horses, 2. 304. Eaivataka, a mountain-range In


Eclipse personified, 2. 308. Saka-dwipa, 2. 198.
A'yus, eldest son of Pururavas, Raivataka, a lake on Mount Ku-
marries his daughter Prabhii, muda, 3. 9.
4. 30. At the churning of the Raja, son of Viraja or Yirajas, 2.
ocean,heobtains a portion of the 107. SeeEajas.
Ainfita, is beheadedby Vishnu, Raja (rajan),(king/ its etymology.
is transferred to the skies, &c., 1. 184.
1. 147, 148. See also 2. 258, Rdja-bhat'a,what, in legal termin-
259. Another name of Rahu is ology, 2. 217.
Swarbhanu. Rajadaswati (11),variant of Gha-
Rahula,variant of Ratula, 4. 169, koraswatikarna,4. 201.
170. Rajddhldevf,variously genealo-
Rahulasii/thesameasS'akya,4.170. gized, wife of Jayasena, the
Eaibhyas,a classof gods in the Av-antya,4. 101, 103; 5. 82
fifth Manwantara, 3. 10. (where she should have been
Raibhya, son of Sumati, son of coaled paternal aunt of Krishna).
Eantinara (1), 4. 130. Rajagfiha, a city in Magadha,4.
Eain. How formed, 2. 279. Kinds 171 (wherecorrect the spelling),
of it, 2. 280. 180, 181, 345.
Eaiva, variant of Eevata, 3. 249. Rajaka, <dyer'C?), 5. 18.
Raivata, a Eudra, 2. 24, 25. Eajaka, variant of Janaka, son of
Eaivata, a Manu in the fifth Man- Yisakhanipa, 4. 179.
wantara,variously genealogized, Rajani, a river, 2. 148.
2. 100; 3. i, 9, n, 17, 18, 20, Rajani, a river in S'almala-dwipa,
227, 337- 2. 195.
Eaivata, son of Revata, king of Raja-nighant'u, the, a metrical
the Ajiartas, 3. 249. He founds work, referred to, 2. 147.
and dwells in the city of Kusa- Raj anyas,the sameasKshattriyas,
sthali, 3. 249; 5. 56. He visits 3. 9> X53-
Brahma, 3. 249, &c. Bala- Rajarshis,'royal sages/theirabode,
bhadra marries his daughter, &c., 3. 69, 262 ; 4. 104.
Revati, 3. 254; 5. 68. And Rajas, son of Yasisht'ha, son of
see 5. 137. Another name of Brahma, 1. 155 ; 2. 86, 263 ;
Eaivata is Kakudmin. 3. 7.
Eaivata(]), variantof Viloman,4. Rajas = Raja, son of Yiraja or
r7. Yirajas, 2. 107.
Eaivataka = Kaivata, son of Re- Rajas, ' quality of foulness,pas-
vata, 3. 249. sion, activity/ P. 20; 1. 4, 35,
Raivataka, a mountain-range, 44-
branching off from the Yin- Rajasas,a classof 'godsin the fifth
dhyas, 2; 141. 3. 17.
INDEX.

Rajasa,adjectiveof Rajas,P. Rakshases,


thesame
asRakshasas,
20-22 ' 5. 267, 285, 310, 317, 5. 247.
&c. Rakshas, son of Kasyapa and
Rajasravas,
Rajasravas,
Vyasain Khasa,and progenitorof the
thetwenty-second
Manwantara, Rakshasas, 2. 75.
3. 35. He is assignedto the Rakshas,the sameas Nairfita, 2.
twenty-first Manwantara, 3. 37. 112.
Rajasuya,a particularsacrifice,3. Rakshasas,,
certaindemons. De-
288; 4. 2. scendantsof Pulastya, 1. 10.
Raja-tarangirii,
the, a metricalhis- They proceedfrom Brahma,1.
tory, referredto, 2, 178, 179, 82. Originatefrom Kasyapa
186; 4. 223. and Surasa,2. 74. Offspring
Rajavat,sonof Dyutimat, sonof of Kasyapaand Khasa,2. 75.
Paiid'u(or of Praiia?), 1. 153. Sprungfrom Rakshas,son of
Rajeyu,variantof Riteyu, 4. 128. Kasyapa and Khasa, 2. 75.
Raji, son of Ay us, son of Puru- Twelveof them named,2. 285,
ravas,4. 30,,40, 41, &c. &c. Etymologyof theword, 1.
Rajin,a horseof theMoon,2. 299. 82,83. And see1. 87, 188; 4.
Rajivalochana,daughterof Jara- 250,266, 277; 5. 94, 203, 246,
sandha,and consort of Kamsa, 247, 383-
4. 273. Ptakshasa,
a form of marriage,3.
Rajnf, daughter of Raivata, the 105; 5. 71, 72.
fifth Manu, and wife of Vivas- Rakshoganabhojana,a hell, 2. 215.
wat, 3. 20. Rakshoghna-mantra,the term ex-
Rajyabhishekapaddhati,
a modern plained,3. 182.
work, on the consecrationof Rakshoha(?),variant of Heti. 2.
kings, referred to, 2. 339; 3. 292.
190. Raktapuya, a hell, 2. 215.
Rajyadhideva,variant of Rasht'ra- Ramas,a people, 2. 133, 135.
dhideva, 4. 99. Rama, sonof Dasaratha, P. 4, 15,
Rajyavardhana,a medieval king, 31, 32,59, 62; 1. 165; 3. 8r,
2. 341. 248, 314-318, 320, 332 ; 4.
Rajyavardhana,
sonof Dama,son 220, 259.
of Narishyanta, 3. 245, Rama, the same as Parasurarna,1.
Raka,' day of full moon/daugh- JS1; 3- 23, 311; 4. 19, 20,
ter of Angiras, 1. 153; 2. 261. &c.
Raka, a river in S'almala-dwipa, Rama = Balarama,4. 280, 283,
2. 195. 285, 286, 288, 291, 297, 298,
Rakhi-purnima,
theHindiname
of 35>36>323, 335>33^I 5.
a certainfestival,4. 276. 8-11, 17, 18, 20, 23, 35, 48,
Rakslia,'amulet,' 4. 276. 50, 51, 54, 64, 66-68, 70, 84,
INDEX.

116, 120, 130, 134, 135, . genuine and the spurious, re-
138, &c. &c. ferredto, P. 4, <fec.
&c.; 2. i2os
Rama, an Apsaras,2. 83. 145-147, 150, 151, 153-164,
Ramachandra, 1. 157;^ 5. 283, 166-178, 180-183, 185-187,
284. SeeKama, son of Dasar- 189, 190, 337,339; 3.31735.
atha. 280, 281, 284.
Ramachandra,son of Puranjaya, Rambha, a serpent, 2. 285, 287,
son of Vindhyasakti, 4. 210. 291, 293; 5. 12.
Ramachandra,a certain king, 4. Rambha,son of Vivimsati, 3. 243.
212. Rambha, son of Xyus, son of
Ramaganga,another name of the Pururavas, 4. 30, 43.
river Suvama, 2. 151. Rambha,an Apsaras,2. 75. 81-83,
Ramagiri, variant of Kamagiri, 2. 28,5,287,289, 291,293; 5.165.
141. Rameswara,the sameas Setuban-
Ramakfishna,
a writer on exequial dha,3. 328,
ceremonies,
3. 190. Ramya,sonof Agnidhra,and king
Ramanas,a people,2. 182, of Ramyaka,the country be-
Ramana, son of Dhara, a Vasu, 2. tween Mount Meru and Mount
23", Mia,2. 102,
Ramanaka,ruler overthekingdom Ramyaka,
a fabulousregion,to the
of Ramanaka, andsonofYajna- north of Mount Meru, 2. in,
bahu, king of S'alrnala-dwipa, 114.
2. 195, Ramyaka,the sameas Ramya, 2.
Ramanaka, son of Yicihotra. 2. 102.
203. Ranachhor,the Hindi name of a
Ramanaka,a regionin S'almala- modernformof Kf islina,5. 156.
dwipa, 2. 195. Ranadbfisht'a,son of Dhfisht'a,son
Ramanaka,an island, perhaps oftheManuYalvaswata,
3. 255,
fabulous,2. 129; 4. 287. 256.
Ramanatha,a commentatoron the Ranadhfisht'a, son of ISFfiga or
Kasi-khand'a,referredto, 2.229. Nabhaga,3. 335.
Ramanuja, a religious reformer, Ranadhfisht'a,by one account,son
his time, <Spc.,
P. i6; 71; 5. of Vfishni, son of Knnti, 4. 68.
257?33S, 347?356- Ranaka,variant of Kund'aka,4.
Ramsrama, a commentator on the I.7-I-
Amara-kosa,referred to, P. 7. Rananjaya,son of Kfitanjaya, son
Ramasrama,a dissertator on the of Dharrnin, 4. 169.
Bh^gavata-purana,
referredto, Ranastambabhramara,
a districtin
P. 47- India, 2. 158.
Ramat'has,
a people,2. 183. Ranastambha
' (??),a district in
RamayanX a famous poem.,,the India, 2. 158,
INDEX. T5S

Ranaswa,sonof Samhataswa, 3. Rasht'rabhfit,an Apsaras,2. 81.


265. Rasht'radhideva,
sonof Viduratha,
Raiiayanlya,
discipleof Laugakshi, sonof Bhajamana,4. 99.
and promulgatorof the Saina- Rasht'rapala,sonof Ugrasena, son
veda, 3. 60, 61. of Ahuka, 4. 99.
Rdnayaniyi, son of Ranayaniya, Rasht'rapala, variant of Easht'ra-
3. 61. pali, 4. 99.
Randhra,variant of Bradhna, 3.29. Rasht'rapali, daughter of Ugra-
Rangavati, wife of Rantideva, 4. sena,son of Xhuka, 4. 99.
*37- Rasht'ravardhana,variant of Raj-
Eangopajivin, what, 2. 218. yavardhana,3. 245.
Eantibhara, variant of Eantinara, Rasrnipas,a classof Pitfis, 3. 339.
4. 129. Rasollasa,what, according to the
Rantideva, son of Sankfiti, son of Yoga philosophy, 1. 91.
ISTara,4. 137. Eathabhfit, variant of Eathakfit,
Rantinara, son of Riteyu, 3. 266 2. 293.
(wherecorrectthe spelling); 4. Eathachitra,a Yaksha,2. 285,&c.
129; 5. 390. Rathachitra, a river, 2. 150.
Eaptee,,the popular name of a Eathajit, in the Linga-purdna, in-
riverof whichtheRohiniis an steadof 6itajit, theYaksha,
2.
affluent, 4. 170. 293.
Rasa,a sort of dance,practised by Eathakfichchhra, in the Vayu-
Krishna and the Gopis, 4. 324, purana, instead of Rathakfit, 2.
328>329- 291.
Rasadu(??),variantof Rushadgu3 Eathakfit, a Yaksha,2. 285, &c.
4. 61. Eathainitra, variant of Eathachitra,
Rasakulya, a river in Kusa-dwipa, the Yaksha, 2. 293.
2. 197. f
Eathantara, a Sadhya, 2. 22.
Rasa-maiid'ala,
a sort of dance,4. Eatbantara,corruptedfrom Eathi-
329>330. tara, the same as S'akapuiii, 3.
Rasatala,a Patala,or underworld, 45~47?5-
1. 62; 2. 209; 3. 281, 282; 4. Eathantara,a Kalpa, P. 65, 66.
251; 5. nS. Eathantara, a portion of the Sama-
Rasawdhini,the, a Pali work, re- veda, 1. 128; 2. 295, 343; 3.
ferredto, 4. 189. 48. Its origin from Brahma,
Rasdyana,' alchemicaltherapeu- 1. 84.
tics/ 4. 33. Eathastha,a river, 2. 121.
Rasa-y^itra,,
a certainannualfes- Eathaswana,
a Yaksha,2. 285,
tival, 4. 330. &c.
Rashtra
(1),sonof Kasi(^),4. 32, Eathasyana,
variant
ofRathaswan%
343- 2. 289.
INDEX.

Hathaujas, a Yaksha, 2. 285, <fec. Raukineya, metronym of Bala-


Rathavara,son of Bhimaratka, son ! bhadra, 4. 289, 300-302.
of Vikfiti, 4. 68. i Raumas,a class of demigods,ori-
Ratha-yatra, a festival so called, ' ginating from the poresof Vira-
P. 64, 71. bhadra's skin, 1. 130.
Rathitaras, a race descendedfrom Raupyanabha, a Rakshaka? 1.
Rathitara, 3. 259. 188.
Rathitara, son of Pfishadaswa,son Raurava, a hell, 1. 112; 2. 214-
of Viriipa, 3. 258, 259. 216; 3. 198; 5. 386.
Rathitara = S'akapuni,3. 45, 47, Ravaiia, son of Visravas, 1. 10,
48. 154. He slays Anaranya, 3.
Rati, daughter of Daksha, and 284. Carries off Sita, 3. 317.
wife of Kama, 5. 76. 77. See Is taken captive by Kartavirya,
ISFandi. 4. 56. His former existenceas
RatnagarbhaBhat't'acharya,a com- S'isupala,4. 104, 106.
mentator on the Vishnu-purana, Ravaiia (^), variant of Ramana,2.
P. 115, 116. 23.
Ratnakiit'i (??), daughter of Rau- Ravi, the same as Surya, 1. 180.
draswa,and wife of Prabhakara, And see Sun.
4. 129. Rays of the sun, 2. 297, 298; 5.
Ratnapala, a certain king, 4. 223. 191.
Ratnavali, a drama, referred to, 2. Raya, son of Puniravas, son of
341- Budha, 4. 13.
Rathoragas
(?),a people,2. 175. Rayanaylya(??),variantof Rana-
Ratri, l night,' a body of Brahma, yaniya, 3. 60.
1. 81. Rechaka,what, in the Yoga phi-
Ratri, a river in Krauncha-dwipa, losophy, 4. 308 ; 5. 231.
2. 198. Rechaka,a certaindispositionof
Ratula,variouslygenealogized,
4. the feetin dancing,4. 291.
169, 170. Religion,periodsof the Hindu,P.
Rauchya,Manu,accordingto vari- L,&C.
ous accounts,of the ninth, and Renus,certain Kausika Brahmans,
of the thirteenth, Manwantara, 4. 28.
son of Ruchi and Manini, 3. Renu, son of Vikukshi, 3. 297;
25, 27. 4. 18, 28.
Raudra = Ardra, an asterism, 3. Renuka, son of Renii, 4. 28.
i67. Reiiuka,daughterof Renu, and
Raudraswa,variously genealo- wife of Jamadagni, 4. 18,19.
gized,4. 127, 128. Renukd,a river in. S'aka-dwipa,
2.
Raudrl-sainhiti. SeaRudra-saih- 199,
Mtd. Reva, variant of Reyata,3, 249.
INDEX. 157

Keva-khand'a,
apartoftheSkanda- 6ig-vidhana,a work connected
purana,
P. 73,87. with the6ig-veda,
referred
to,
Eeva-mahatmya,a composition,P. P. 60.
24,35>8o>87- 6ijisha,a hell,2. 215.
Eeva-mah4tmya,
a compositionjfeiju,sonofVasudeva,
sonofS'ura,
(another),2. 132, 144, 148, 4. no.
151,341; 5. 118. fiijudasa,sonof Yasudeva,
sonof
Eevanta, son of Yivaswat, son of S'ura, 4. no.
Kasyapa,3. 20, 21. Aijwahwa, a sageof the Mihira
Eevata, variously genealogized,3. family, 5. 382, 385.
249. fiiksha, sprungfrom Bhfigu, and
Eevata,variant of Yilonian, 4. 97. Yy&sa in the twenty-fourth
Eevati, an Apsaras,3. 9. Dwdpara age, 3. 35.
Eevati,daughterof Eaivata,and fiiksha,sonof Ariha,sonof Deva-
wife of Balabhadra, 3. 249, tithi, 4. 128.
254-4. 109; 5. 68, 137, 154. Irliksha, son of Ajamid'ha, 4. 148,
Eevati, an asterism,2. 258, &c. \ t I53--
3. 9. Eiksha, son of Devatithi, 4. 152,
fobhus,a classofgodsin thecur- 153.
rent Manwantara, 3. 15. Eiksha, wife of Ajamid'ha, 4. 148.
Jrtibhus,variant of Bbavyas,the 6iksha, a chain of mountainsin
godsso called,3. 12. CentralIndia, 2. 127,128, 130,
febhu,mind-born
sonofBrahma, 141,144,145,151,153,155,
1. 77. Legendof him, 2. 330, 171; 4. 24.
&c. He receivesthe Yishnu- Irliksha (correctthe spelling),va-
purana from Brahma,5. 250 riant of Chakshus,sonof Puru-
(wherecorrectthespelling),392. janu, 4. 144; 5. 391.
fiiches,'
hymns
ofthe!6,ig-veda/
3. jfeikshaka,
thesame
asIrtiksha,
the
43. Thirty-fiveparticularones, chainof mountainsso called,2.
accounted childrenof Angiras, 113-
2. 28, 29. Eikshavat, the same as Eiksha,
6ich?.
thesame
as&g-veda,
5.211. ' thechainofmountains
socalled.
ilicha,sonof Sunitha,
sonof 2.145,160,
340;4.^
64,"
77.
Sushena,
4. 164. liikshya(]?),variantof Eiksha,the
Irticheyu,
variant
ofAiteyu,
4. 127. Yyasa,3. 35.
128. feiriadya,
variantofEinajya,
3.35,
fochika,
sonofUrva,3. 80; 4. Jrliriajya,
Yyasa
of theeighteenth
16,17,&c.,25,26. Dwapara
age,3. 35.
Irlig-veda,
the,its origin,P.2; 1. Irlinavya
(??),
variant
offiinajya,3.
84, 171. Its Samhitas,&c., 3. 35-
40-51; 5. 200. ),variantofBinajya,3.35
15* INDEX.

Ejpu, son of Slisht'i, 1. 177. Also of them, 3. 68. Appearing in


called son of Udaradhl, 1. 178. various Manwantaras,3. 2, <fec.
Eipu, sonof Yadu,sonof Yayati, <fcc. As an asterism,4. 230-
4. 53- 236, Onewith UrsaMajor,2.
Eipu, son of Babhru, son of Dru- 226, 269, 307. Their year, 1.
hyu, 4. 118. 49. Mocked by the Yadavas,
Eipukayan('?]),a king, 4. 213. 5. 142. Whencetheir name,3.
Eipunjaya, son of Slisht'i, I. 177. 68. See also P. 38 ; 1. 174,
Eipunjaya, son of Viswajit, son of 175; & 193, 195, 247.
Satyajit, 4. 170, 171, 176, EisM-anukraniana, a work con-
178. nectedwith the Yedas,by S'au-
Eipunjaya, variant,of JSTfipanjaya, naka, referred to, 4. 31.
son of Suvira, 4. 144. IrJishikas,peoplesso called,2. 167,
Eipunjaya,variantof Yipra,son 181. See^isht'ikas.
of S'rutanjaya, 4. 174. Irlishika, a river, 2. 132 (where
fiishabhas,
a castein Krauncha- correctthe spelling),
154,167,
dwipa, 2. 198. 339-
&ishabha,
sonof Nabhi,2. 103. Irlishikulya,
a river, 2. 130-132,
Has a hundred sons, 2. 103. , 154.
Adopts a religious life, &c., 2. Eishikulya = Ganga, the river
103. Is the first teacher of Ganges,2. 154.
Jaiuadoctrines,
2. 104,&c. feisht'ikas,
in the genuineEama-
Irtishabha,a 6ishi in the second yana, perhaps the same as
Manwantara,variously genealo- IrUshikas,2. 167.
gized, 3. 3, 4. Eisht'ishena,father of Devapi, ac-
feishabha,
fatherof S'waphalka,
4. cordingto the Eig-veda,4. 153.
93?94- fiishya,variantof feiksha,
sonof
"foshabha,
sonof Kusagra,4. 150. Dev^tithi,4. 153.
&ishabha,
a mountain-range
run- feshyamuka,
a mountainin the
ning north from Mount Meru, Deccan,2. 141.
2. 117. Eishyanta,variant of Sushyanta,
fiishabha(?),a mountain
in India, 4. 132.
2. 141,340. SeeVfishabha. fcshyasfinga,
a fiishiin theeighth
feishabha= Arshabhi,certainas- Manwantara,sprungfrom Kas-
terisms so called, 2. 277. yapa, 3. 23.
Aishabha(??),
variantof Eushadgu,Jrlishyasringa,
a hermit,namedin
4. 61. the Edmdyana,4. 124.
ftishis,sevenin number,the same Irlita, sonof Chdkshusha,
Manuof
asPrajapatis,1. i o i, &c. Twelve the sixth Manwantara, 1. 178.
in number,andattendants
on feta, sonof Vijaya,sonof Jaya,
the Sun, 2. 2.84,&c. Classes 3- 335-
INDEX.

jfeita(??),
sonof Dharma,
thePra- EitusthaM,
anApsaras,
2. 81,83.
japati,1.in. 6itwig,l superintending
priest/3.
fotadhaman,
Manu,byoneaccount, 327-
of the thirteenth Manwantara, Eochaka (?), variant of Rochana
_ 3. 25. 3. 190, 191.
Eitadhaman, Indra of the twelfth Eochainana,son of Anarta, son of
Manwantara,3. 27. S'ary/iti, 3. 249.
fetadhwaja,
a formof Eudra,1. Eochainana
('?)
variantof Eochana,
117. 3. 190, 191.
&tadhwaja,sonof S'atrujit,4. 36 Eochana,
oneof theViswedevas,
(where correct the spelling). 3. 189-191.
fetadhwaja,anothernameof Pra- Eochana,wifeof Vasudeva,
sonof
tardana,son of Divodasa,4. 36. S'ura, 4. no.
Jrlitadhwaja, variant of Krita- Eodha, a hell, 2. 214, 216.
dhwaja, 5. 217. Kolri, a river, 2. 151.
Eitajit, a Yaksha, 2. 285-,<fec. Eohini, wife of Mahadeva, the
fotanibhard,a river in Plaksha- Eudra, 1. 117.
dwipa, 2. 193. Rohini, daughter of Kasyapa and
fiitaparna,variantof fetuparna, Surabhi,
andmotherof horned
3. 303- cattle, 2. 75.
feitavach
(T),aManu,whobrought Eohini,wife of Vasudeva,
sonof
down Eevati from heaven, 3. 9. S'ura, 4. no, in, 259, 260,
Eitavirya, variant of Kfitagni, 4. 264, 275, 280, 289, 300-302;
55- 5. 141, 154.
fiitavratas,
a caste
in S'aka-dwipa,Eohini,or Pauravi,wifeof Vasu-
2. 200. deva, son of S'ura,4. TO8, 109 ;
6,itayus,
sonof Pururavus,
sonof 5. 79 (where,
in note**, it
Budha,4. 13. shouldhavebeenspecifiedthat
feiteyu,
sonofEaudr^swa,
4.i28j Krishnahadtwo stepmothers
129: named Eohini).
Bitu, Manu, by one account,of Rohini,wife of Krishna,5. 78, 79,
the twelfth Manwantara,3. 25. 81, 83, 107.
Eitujit, son of Anjana, son of Eohini, a river, 4. 170.
Kuni, 3. 334 (wherecorrectthe Eohini, an asterism,2. 265, &c.;
spelling; 5. 391. 3. 132.
]fatumala,
variant
ofKfitamala,
2. Eohini,denoting
a youngwoman,
132. the term defined, &c., 3, 102,
ilituparna,
sonof Ayutaswa,
3. 197,198.
303, 304?3i5- Eohitas (??)a castein S'almala-
^ituparna,
kingof Ayodhya,
3. dwipa,2.194.
Eohitas, insteadof Lohitas, a class
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of godsin the twelfth Manwan- Ruchaka,son of Usanas,4. 63


tara, 3. 27. (correct the spelling); 5. 391.
Rohita, ruler over the realm of Ruchaka, a mountain-range run-
Rohita, and son of Yapushmat, ning south from Mount Meru,
king of S'almala-dwipa.2. 193. 2. 117.
Rohita, son of Harischandra, 4. Ruchaka, variant of Ruruka, 3.
27. 289.
Rohita, the same as Dakshasa- Ruchi, a Prajapati, 1. 101, icS :
varnij Manu of the ninth Man- 3. 16,27. ^
wantara, 3. 24. Ruchi (?),variant of Richa, 4. 164.
Rohita, a division of S'almala- Ruchira, a river, 2. 155.
dwipa, 2. 193. Ruchira, variant of Ruchiraswa,4.
Rohita, variant of Rohitaswa, 3. 141.
288, 289. Ruchiradhi, son of Sankfiti, son
Rohitapura, a city, founded by of Nara, 4. 137.
Rohita or Rohitaswa, 3. 288. Ruchiraswa, son of Senajit, son of
Rohitas, the sameas^Rotas,3. 288. Viswajit, 4. 140. 141.
Rohitaswa, son of Harischandra, Rudhirambhas (??), variant of
3. 288. Rudhirandha, 2. 214.
Romas,variant of Ramas, 2. 133. Rudhirandha, a hell, 2. 214, 219.
Romaharshana,disciple of Yy&sa, Rudiment, or element of an ele-
&c., P. 17, 19, 46; 3. 42, 64, ment, 1. 37. SeeTanmatra.
65, 227. See Lomaharshaiia Rudras,bom from Brahma,1. 115.
and Suta. Eight in number,1.116. Eleven
Romaharshanika,a Pauranik Sam- in number, and sons of Kas-
hita, 3. 66, 227. yapa and Surabhi, &c. &c., 1.
Romaka,a city, 2. in, 113. It is 116, 117, i24-j 2. 24, 25, 29.
situated in Ketumala, 2. 207- Sons of Kasyapa and Ila, 2.
Romans,a people, 2. 176. 75. The Maruts identified with
Romapada,son of Yidarbha, 4. 67 them, 2. 79. A class of gods
(wherecorrectthe spelling in in the current Manwantara,
3.
note4); 5. 391. 13, 15. Seealso 1. 141; 4.
RomapMa, another name of Chit- 249, 258 ; 5. 100, 143, 234,
raratha, son of Dharmaratha,4. 388.
124, 125. Rudra, one with Siva, P. 35, 36,
Ropans, variant of Romans, 2. &c. Born from the forehead
176. of Brahma, 1. 103. Becomes
Rota's,the popularnameof a fort androgynous,and parts into
in Behar, 3. 288. elevenmale forms and 'asmany
Ruchas, a class of Apsarases,2. female, 1. 104. Has a thou-
82. sand and eight names, 2. 25.
INDEX. 161

Etymology
oftheword,1.115; Eukmeshu,
variously
genealogized
?
2. 80. See also 1. 13, 41; 60, 4. 63, 64.
77,78,&c.,103,&c.,115,&c.; Eakmin,son of Bhishmakaor
3. 22,24,27,83,252; 4. 2,3, Bhishma,
kingof theVidarbhas,
293-5. 2, 43, 113,120,191- 4. 112; 5. 69, 70, 83, 85.
193,247, 386. Foundsand dwellsin the city
Eudra, wife of Vasudeva, son of of Bhojakat'a,2. 159 ; 5. 71, 84.
S'ura,4. no. Slainby Balabhadra,.
5. 86.
Eudra, daughter of Eaudraswa, Eukmini, daughterof Bhishmaka,
and wife of Prabhakara, the king of the Vidarbhas, 5. 69.
liish^ 4. 129. Is affiancedto S'isupala,5. 69.
Eudras, variant of Pund'ras,2. Krishna abducts her, 5. 70;
132. but with her ownconsent,5. 72.
Eudradaman, a king of Surasht'ra, Is marriedto Krishna, 5. 71.
4. 205. One of Krishna's principal
Eudrakali, a form of Uma, the wives, 4. 112; 5. 79. Gives
sanguinarygoddess, 1. 130. birth to Pradyumna, 5. 71, 108.
Eudra-loka,a supernalregion,2. Her otherchildrenby Krishna,
230. 5. 78. Burnsherselfwith him,
Rudranis,certaingoddesses,
wives after his .death, 5. 154. Is
of the Eudras, eleven, their identified with SVi, 1. 151. See
names,&c.9 i. 117. also 5. 75-77, 86, 97, 103, 107.
Eudrani, (?]), goddessof the Dai- Eumanwat, son of Jamadagni, 4.
tyas, 5. 117. SeeKot'avl. 20.
Rudra-samhita,an appendage
to Eupa, variant of Kfipa (?), the
the Vayu-purana,
2.151. river, 2. 155, 164.
Rukma, son of Euchaka, son of , its import, 3. 205, 252; 5.
Usanas,4. 64.
Eukmadhara,
sonof Mahapaurava, Eupapas(?), variant of Eupasas,
4. 143. 2. 164.
Eukmakavacha,son of Slteshu, Eupasas(?),a people,2. 164.
&c.,4. 63, 64. Eupavahikas,a people,2. 164.
Eukmangada,
a king, father of Eiipavasikas,
variantof Eupava-
Mohinl, P. 52. hikas, 2. 164.
Eukindngada-charita,saidto be a Eupavati, a river in Krauncha-
part of the S'fi~narada-purana; dwipa,2. 198.
P. Si- Euru,oneof theViswedevas,
3.
Eukmaratha;son of Mahat, 4. 192.
143- Euru, sonof Ahinagu,3. 320.
Eukmavati,the sameas Kakud- Euru,variouslyrendered,as the
mati,5. 83. name ofananimal,1.72; 3.193.
L
INDEX.

Kurtika, son of Vijaya, son of Sachi(?),variantof Soma,an Ap-


Chunchu, 3. 289. saras,2. 81, 82.
Eusadratha(??),in the Bhagavata- S'achipati,' lord of S'achi/an epi-
puraiia,insteadof Eushadratha, thet of Indra, 4. 320; 5. 46,
4. 122. I33-
Eusana, wife of Mahinasa,the Sadachandra,
a king, 4. 212.
Eudra, 1. 117. Sadacharas, certain observancesso
Eusekn (??), in the Bhagavata- called, enumerated,3. 107, <fec.
purana, instead of Eushadgu, Sadaikarupa,what, in philosophy,
4. 61. i. iS.
Eusliadgu, son of Swahi, son of Saddkanta,a river, 2. 149.
Yfijinivat, 4. 61. Sadanira,two rivers so called, 2.
Eushadratha, in several Pura- 149.
nas, instead of Ushadratha, 4. Sadasadatmaka,what, in philo-
122. sophy, 1. 20.
Sadasiva,the sameas Slva; P. 32.
Sabala(?),variant of Savana,2. Sadaswa,Sadaswa(?), son of
214. Samara,4. 141.
S'abalaswas,a thousand, sons of Sadhusjpious men,' 3. 107.
Daksha, 2. 14, 16. Sadhyas, certain gods. Sons of
S'abaras,a people, 2. 170. Dharma and Sadhya, 2. 22.
Sabda-brahma,what, 4. 252, 253 ; Personifiedrites and prayersof
5. 210. the Veda, born of the metres,
S'abda-kalpa-drtinia,the, a diction- 2. 22. A reproduction of the
ary, referred to, 2. 147; 3. 71, Jayas, 2. 26, 27. See also 1.
108, 131, 187, 293; 4. 309; 82, 123, 141, 142 ; 3. 7, 14;
5.3- 4. 249 (where"the Saints" re-
Sabhanara, son of Ann, son of presentsSadhyas); 5. 101, 143,'
Yayati, 4. 120. 247.
Sabhoga,a country, 3. 221. Sadhya, daughter of Daksha, wife
Sabhya,a certain holy fire, 3. 175 ; of Dharma, and mother of the
5. 114, 115. Sadhyas,2. 21, 22.
Sabija, what, in the Yoga philo- S'adhya(B), variant of S'akya, 4.
sophy, 5. 230. 169.
Sacse. SeeS'akas. Sad-vesa-dharin,what, 4. 228.
Sachaitanya,what, 5. 204. Sadwati, daughter of Pulastya,
S'achi,daughterof Puloman,and and wife of Agni, 1. 154, 155.
wife of Indra, 1. 136 (where Sagara,a sage,son of Bahu, 3.
correctthe spelling),200; 2. 289-291.Subdues
sundrybar-
72; 4. 45, 320; 5. 46, 97, 99, baroustribes,3. 291. Imposes
102, 133. SeeS'akrant marksuponthem,3. 294. His
INDEX. 163

sixtythousand
sonsdestroyed,Saharaksha,
sonof Pavamdna,
1.
3. 298. Seealso P. 53 ; 2. 156.
272; 3. So, Si, 85, 98, &c., Sahas= Margasirsha,a month,
297,&c. j 4. 60, 240, 241; 5. Nov.-Dec.,2. 261.
388. Sahasrabala,
variantof Sahasras-
Sagara,
the ' ocean/why socalled, wa, 3. 321.
3. 302. Sahasrada,variant of Sahasrajit,
Sagara,an island at the mouth of son of Yaclu, 4. 53, 54.
the Ganges,3. 302. Sahasrajit, son of Yadu, 4. 53.
Saha,son of Krishna and Lak- Sahasrajit,son of Krishna and
shmana, 5. 81. Jambavati, 5. 79.
Saha = Sahas,a month, Nov.- Sahasrajit,sonof Bhajamana,son
Dec., 2. 291, 293. of Satwata, 4. 72.
Sahacleva,
sonof Srinjaya,3. 247. Sahasraksha,
an epithet of Indra,
Sahadeva,
sonof Basra,4. 103, 4. 261,321, 334. (Compare
159; 5. 134. Bhaganetra,anotherepithet of
Sahadeva,variouslygenealogized, the samegod.)
4. 147, 148. Saliasranlka,son of S'atanika,4.
Sahadeva,
sonof Jarasandha,
4. i63. _
150, 173, 177, 231. SahasrAri(??),variant of Yatsapri,
Sahadeva,son of Bhanuratha, 4. 3. 242.
168. Sahasrasrotas,
a mountain in S'aka-
Sahadeva,
sonof Divakara,sonof dwipa,2. 200.
Prat ivy oma,4. 168. . " Sahasrasruti,a mountain in S'al-
Sahadeva,son of Siidasa,4. 148. mala-dwipa, 2. 195.
Sahadeva,daughterof Devaka, Sahasrastuti,a river in S'aka-
son of Almka, andwife of Vasu- dwipa, 2. 200.
deva, son of Sura, 4. 98, no, Sahasraswa,son of Ahinagu, 3.
in. 321.

Sahadevi(?),variantof Sahadeva, Sahasraya,


variantof Sahasraswa,
4. 98. 3. 321.
Sahnjanya,an Apsaras, 2. 75, Si- Sahaswat, variant of Mahaswat,
83, 285-287, 291, 293. 3. 325-
Sahajit, variant of Sahanji, 4. 54. Sahasya= Pausha,a month, Dec.-
Sahalin,son of Kakavarnin, 4.186. Jan., 2. 261.
Sahalya
(]), variantof Sumalya,4. Salii (?),variantof Swdbi,4. 61.
i85. Sahisbiiu, son of Pulaha, 1. 155.
Sahanja,variant of Sahanji, 4. 54. Also called son of Vanakapivat,
Sahanjanipuri, a city, the capital L"155-
^. ..
of King Sahanja,4. 54. Sahishiiu,a Rishi in the sixth Man-
.Sahanji,sonof Kunti, 4. 54. wantara,3. 12.
164 INDEX.

Sahita,variant of Mahita,2. 148. S'aineya,


the sameas Satyaka(?),
Sahya, a mountain-rangein West- 5. 148.
ernIndia, 2. 113,127,128,130, S'ainyas,a dynasty.,sprungfrom
140, 155; 5. 66. S'ini,4. 137. And seeS'aine-
Sahya,variant of Satya, a Irvishi yas.
in the tenth Manwantara,
3. 26. S'aishiri(??),variantof S'aisiri,3.
Sahya (?]), variant of Bhavya, the 57-
&ishi,3. 25. S'aisikas,
S'aisikas
(?),a people,
4.
S'aibas,a people, 4. 121, 221.
S'aibya,a tribe, 4. 159. Saisikatas
(?),a people,2. 177.
S'aibya,a horseof Kfishrla,4-,83. Saisinas,variant of S'aisikas^4.
S'aibya,wife of S'atadhanu,3. 217, 221.
&c. S'aisireya,
discipleof S^kalya,and
S'aibya,
wifeof Jyamagha,
4.65, promulgator
ofthe6ig-veda,
3.
&c. 46.
S'aibya,wife of Krishna, 5. 107. S'aisiri,teacherof tlie Yajur-veda,
S'aibya=-Sudatta,wifeof Krishna, 3- 57-
(?) 5. 82. S'aisitas,
variantof S'aisikas,,
4.
S'aibya,a river, 2. 149, 221.
S'aibya,
variantof Sumati,daugh- S'aisunagas,
a dynasty,sprung
ter of Arisht'anemior Kasyapa, from S'isunaga or S'isunaka,
4.
3. 297. 171, 182, 183, 186,231.
Sailildvati, a district somewhere S'aiv41as,
S'aivalas,a people,2.
in India,2. 165. ,175'
Saiinhikeyas?
a classof demons, S'aiva-purana,
= S'iva-purana,
P.
sonsof Simhika,2. 72. 23?35?S^; 3. 66.
Saindhavas,
a people,
2. 133,134; S'&jya
(']?),
variantof S'dkya,
4.169.
5. 389. AndseeSindhus. S'akas,
apeople,P. 9; 2.165,171,
Saindhavas3
of the Atharva-veda, 179, 181, 182, 184, 186,339;
3. 62. 3. 290, 292, 294, 295,336; 4.
Saindhava,
a teacher
of theAthar- 60. Vanquished
by King Sa-
va-veda,,
3. 62. gara,3. 291. Kings of their
Saindhavayanas,
KausikaErah- race,4. 184,202,206. Iden-
mans,4. 28. tified with the classical
Sacse,
Saindhav^yana,descendant of 4. 208.
Saindhava,
discipleof S'aunaka,S'aka-dwipa,
a continent,
P. 64;
&c.,andteacher
of theAtharva^ 2. 101,109,no, 198,&c.; 5.
veda,3. 62. 382, 385-
S'aineyas,
a branchof theYadavas, Sakakola,a certainhell, 2. 215.
descended
fromSini,4.93,137 S'akalas,
ofthefog-veda,
3.51.
correct
thespelling). S'akala,
thecapital
of theB4hikasf
INDEX.

a city in the Punjab,identified Sakiidgrahas, a people,2. 182.


with the Sagalaof Ptolemy,2. Sakiidguhas,variant of Sakfid-
133, *35>34- grahas,2. 182.
S'akalya, sonanddiscipleof Man- Sakfidwahas,variant of Sakiid-
d'ukeya,&c.,andpromulgator of grahas,2. 182.
theifeg-veda,3. 45, 48, 50. S'akrotthana,a festival so called,
S'akapuna, fatherof S'akapiirii,3. in honourof Indra, 4. 308.
47- S'akrotthanadhwajotsava = S'a-
S'akapuni, anauthor,sonof S'aka- krotthana,4. 308.
puna,discipleof Satyasri,and S'akru,son of S'ura,sonof Vidii-
promulgatorof the ifeig-veda,3. ratha,4. 99.
18,46-48. And seeS'akapurrii Saksha(*?),a certainking, 4. 214
and Hathantara. (note |i).
S'akapurni,corrupted from S'aka- S'aktas, worshippers of S'akti, P.
puni, 3. 46-50. 21, 79, 80, 86, 88-90; 5. 267,
S'akavarna,S'akavarna,variants of 280, 286, 299, 309, 310, 316-
Kakavarna, 4. 180. 319, 326, 348, 380.
Saketa(?),a city, 4. 218. S'akta,sonof Manasyu,4. 127.
Saketu, variant of Saketa, 4. 218. S'aktij ; the female double of a
S'akha,son of Kumara,son of god.3 The S'aktisof Hudraor
Agni, 2. 23 ; 4. 283. ' S'iva, white and black, 1. 104;
S'akha,( a subdivision of the Ye- 4. 260. Vaishnavl, a S'akti
das,' 3. 49, 51, &c. of Vishnu, 4. 260. Radha, a
S'akra= Indra, P. 77 ; 1. 50, 125, S'akti of Krishna, 5. 264. See,
136, &c.; 2. 78, 79, 240, 293; further, in explanation of the
3. i, 3, 30, 123, 202, 252; 4. term, &c., P. 21, 22, &c.; 5.
3, 102, 159, 261, 284, 308- 235. 245> 267> 2S5? 310,
310, 314, 317, 320, 322, 341; 316-318, &c.
5. 13, 87, 89, 93, 99, loo, S'akti, Vyasa in the twenty-fifth
&c., <fcc. Dwapara age,son of Vasisht'ha,
S'akra,an Aditya, 2. 2-7. and father of Parasara, 1. 8;
S'akradhwajotthana = S'akrot- 3- 35~37?36- Slain by King
thana, 4. 308, 309. Kalmashapacla changed to a
S'akra-gopa,a certain insect, 2. Kakshasa,1. 8.
284. S'aktimat(*?),
variantof S'uktimat,
S'akrajit, sonof S'ura,son of Vidii- a mountain-range,2. 140.
ratha, 4. 99. S'aktiputra, patronym of Parasara,
S'akrajit(?),variant of Sattrajita,
4.74. Saktu,what,3. 127.
S'akranf= S'achi,wife of Indra, S'akuni, son of Hiranyaksha,2.
5. 96. 69.
T06 INDEX.

S'akuniason of Iksliwaku, 3. 259, S'alavanakas,variant of Malava-


260. nakas, 2. 178.
S'akuni,son of Dasaratka, son of S'aldvati, mother of Devasravas,
Navaratha, 4. 68. &c., 4. 28.
S'akuni, daughter of Bali, the S'aligotra('??),
variantof S'alihotra,
Daitya, 2. 69. 3. 60, 61.
S'akuni, variant of Kuni, 3. 334. S'alihotra, teacher of the Sama-
S'akuni, 'bird-seller' and ' orui- veda, 3. 61.
thomancer/ 2. 219. S'alin, teaclier of the Yajur-veda,
S'akuntala,
anApsaras, wifeof \3.
Dushyanta, 2. Si; 4. 133.
57.
S'alisiika, variously genealogized,
S'akuntala,the, a drama, referred 4. 190.
to, 4. 133. S'alivakana,King, P. 61.
S'akyas,a tribe, 4. 187. S'aliya, disciple of S'akalya, and
S'akya,S'akya(??),a Buddha,vari- promulgatorof the Rig-veda,3.
ously genealogized,3. 246; 4. 46.
5, 169, 170, 171, 181, 182, S'almala-dwlpa,a continent,2.101,
186, 187; 5. 178. 109, no, 193, &c.
S'akyamanabhava(I), a king, 4. S'almali, S'almall, a certain hell,
214- 2. 215.
Sala, son of Somadatta, 4. 157; S'almali, S'almalf,a certaintree, 4.
5. 134. 240; 5. 101.
Sala, variant of Chhala, 3. 321. S'almali-dwipa = S'almala-dwfpa,
S'ala,,variant of Lesa, 4. 30. 2, 101, 109.
S'ala(??),variant of S'at'ha,4. 109. Salokya, a kind of emancipation,
S'alada, daughter of Raudraswa, 5. 242.
and wife of Prabhakara,the Salonmdhi(W), variant of Pulo-
3-lishi,4. 129. marchis,4. 199, 204.
S'alagrdma,a certain place of pil- S'alwas, SaUvas('?), a people, 2..
grimage,
2.103,106,312,313, iss-^s*J56;3-293-*
&c. S'alwa,king of the Saubhas,5. 70.
S'alagrama, 'ammonite,7 a stone S'dlwa,a country, 4. 158.
held sacred by the Hindus., P. S'alwasenis,a people, 2. 179.
34; 2. 313. Salyas, variant of S'ahvas,2. 135.
S'alakya, ' treatment of external S'alj'a, son of Viprachitti, 2. 71.
organic affections/ a branch of S'alya, ' extraction of extraneous
surgery, 4. 33. bodies/ a branch of surgery(??),
S'alankayanas, Kausika Brahmans, 4- 33-
4. 28. S'alya(]?),variantof S'alwa,5. 70.
S'alankfityas,
KausikaBrahmans, Sama,son of Dharmajthe Praj4-
4. 29. pati, 1. iii.
INDEX. 167

S'arna,wLat,in ethics,4. 294. Samba,son of Krishnaand lluk-


S'ama(?),variantof S'uchi,sonof mirii, 4. 112. Called son of
Andhaka,4. 97. Krishna and Jambavati,5. 79,
S'ama(?),variantof Nara,sonof 107, 130, 142. Is taken cap-
Usinara, 4. 121. tive by the Kurus, 5. 130. Is
S'ama(I?), variant of Susrama, recoveredby Balabhadra,5.
4- 175- 134, 135. Is cursed by the
Samadlii,
what,in theYogaphilo- liishis,5. 142. He introduces
sophy, 2. 91, 315; 3. 21, 298, heliolatry into the north-west
307; 5. 228, 230, 240, 241. of India, 5. 381-385. Seealso
Saman,the sameasSama-veda,
1. P. 64 (wherecorrectthe spell-
171. ing); 5. 131, 132, 148.
Saman,what, in the scienceof Saiiibandhin,what, in legal lan-
polity, 5. 52. guage,3. 175.
Sainanasalilas
= Samanodakas,
3. Sambapura,a city so called,
151. founded by Samba,sonof Krish-
Samangas,a people,2. 178. na, 5. 382.
Samanodakas,*relativesby offer- S'ambara, an Asura, son of Kas-
ingsof water,'3. 151. yapa,2. 31,&c.,523&c.,70; 5.
Saraantapancbaka,a holy spotin 73-76. Carriesoff Pradyum-
Kurukshetra,4. 23. na, andis slain by him, 5. 72,
Samantaras(T?),
variantof Bhargas, 75-
2. 171. Samba-upapurana,P. 87 (where
Samara,variouslygenealogized,4. correctthe spelling).
141. Sambhala, S'ambhala (']?),a village,
Samaratha(IT), variant of Mina- whereKalki is to be born, 4.
ratlia, 3. 334. 229.
Samarskanas,Kansika Brahmans, S'ambhavas,an heretical sect, 5.
4. 28. 380.
Samasa-sainhita,
the, an astro- Saifibhava,
variouslygenealogized,
nomical work, quoted, 2. 277. 4. 150.
Samasht'i,mystical explanationof, Sambhavya, variant of Susam-
viz., to denoteVasudeva,5. 215. bhavya, 3. n.
Samanjas, son of Asamaujas, 4. S'ambhu,a Hudra, or form of Siva,
100. 1. iSo; 2. 24, 234; 5. 108,
Sama-veda, the. Its origin, 1. 85. IT I.
Its divisions, <fec.,3. 58-60; 4. S'ariibhu,Indra of the tenth Mau-
143; 5. 200, 321. wantara, according to the Bha-
Samavegavasas,a people,2. 179. gavata-purana,
3. 25.
Samaya, precept,'sonof Dliarma, Sambhu,sonof Ambarisha,
sonof
1. in. Nabhaga,3. 257.
i68 INDEX.

Sambhu, wife of Dhruva, son of S'amikacson of S'ura, son of Deva-


Uttanapada, 1. 177. . mldlmsha, 4. IOT, 113,
S'ambhu(1), variant of Sudyumna, S'amin, variant of S'uchi, son of
son of Abhayada, 4. 128, Andhaka, 4. 97.
SarobMta, son of Trasadasyu,3. Samin, son of Sura, son of Vidu-
283, 284. ratha, 4. 99.
Sambhuti, son of DuKsaha, 3. Samipya, a kind of emancipation,
283. 5. 242.
Sambhuti, * fitness,' daughter of Samiras,a people, 2. 173.
Daksha, and wife of Marichi, Sammada, the sovereign of the
!" *9> *53; 3- *7, 227. fish, 3. 268, 276.
Sambhuti, wife of Jayadratha,4. Sammardana, son of Yasudeva,
125. son of S'ura, 4. no.
Samhana(*?),variant of Sahanji, Sammati,son of Harsha,4. 190.
4. 54. Sammati,a river in Kusa-dwipa,
Samhanana,son of Manasyu, 4. 2. 196.
127. Sammita, a Eishi in the third
Samhara,what, in cosmology, 5. Manwantara, son of Yasisht'ha,
196. 3. 7.
Samhata,a certain hell, 2. 215. Samnaddha,a certain ray of the
Samhata
(?),variantof Sahanji,4. sun, 2. 29.7(wherecorrectthe
54- spelling).
Samhataswa,son of ISTikumbha, 3. Samnateyu,son of Raudraswa,4.
265, 266, 127, 128 (in both which places
Samhita, 'collection.' Applied to correct the spelling). SeeSan-
the Veda, 3. 42, 44, <fec. How- tatateyu,
it differs, in later literature, Samnati (correct Sannati), son of
from Purana, P. 19, 78. Alarka, 4. 37.
Samhitaswa(?'?), variant of Samha- Samnati, 4humility/ daughter of
taswa, 3. 265. Daksha, and wife of Kratu, 1.
Samhlada,the sameas Samhrada, I09; ^55; 4, 265.
3. 30, 69. Samnati (?), variant of Sarana-
Saihhrada,son of Hiranyakasipu, timat, 4. 143.
2. 30, 69. Samnatimat,son of Sumati, son of
S'ami(?),variantof S'uchi,sonof Suparswa,
4. 143.
Andhaka, 4. 97. Saninipata, what, in wrestling, 5.
S'anii(I?),variantof !N"ara,sonof 36.
Usmara, 4. 121. Sampadwasu,a certain ray of the
S'amika,a Muni to appear at the sun, 2. 298; 5. 191 (wherecor-
end of the Kali age, P. 55 ; 5. rect the spelling, and expunge
251. the mark of interrogation).
INDEX. 169

Sampara,
sonof Samara, 4. 141. Sainvarta,
a windsocalled,I. 54.
Sampati,
sonof AruiiaandS'yeni, Samvartakas,certain cloudsso
2.73- called,4. 314; 5. 193(where
Sampati,variantof Samyati,4. erasenotet).
128. Samvatsara,a certain cyclic year,
Sampratapana, a certain hell, 2, 2. 254, 255,306. As personi-
215. fied,king of timesand seasons,
Sainraj,sonof Chitraratha,sonof 2. 86.
Gaya,2. 107. Sanrvid,what, in philosophy,1.
Saniraj,daughter of Priyavrata, 2. 32, 172.
100. Samya, what, as one of the Sid-
Samraj,the term,as usedin theo- dhis. 1. 91.
logy,explained,1. 170, 172. SamyadwaszijOr Sacrifice(?),2. 83.
S'amsapayana, disciple of E,oma- Saiiiyama,what,in the Yogaphi-
harshana,anda prornulgatorof losophy,1. n, 26, 114, 171;
the Purarias,P. 19; 3. 64, 65, 5. 216, 231, 245.
332. Samyama, variantof Samnaddha,
S'amsapayani,variant of S'amsa- 2. 297.
payana,3. 64, 66. Samyama (IT),variantof Sfinjaya,
Saniskaras,certain ceremoniesat 3. 247.
birth, &c.,P. 63; 3. 100, 147. Samyamani,Yaina's city, where
Samskfiti, variant of Sankiiti, 4. situated, 2. 240. And see 2.
137- 112.
Samudra,' ocean/king of rivers, Sailiya-ti,son of ISTahusha,
son of
1. 157; 2. 86 j 5. 388. A'yus,4. 45, 46.
Samudragupta, a certainking, 4. Samyati, variously genealogized,
219. 4. 128.
Sarmidri,daughter of Samudra, Sainyoga,what,in the Yoga phi-
and wife of Prachinabarhis,1. losophy, 5. 227.
157. See Savarna. Sana, a mind-born son of Brahma,
Samuttaras
(??),
variantof Bhargas, 1.78.
2. 171. Sanadhwaja,according to the Bha-
Samvarana, variously genealo- gavata-purana, son of S'uchi,
gized,4. 145, 148. son of S'atadyumna,3. 334.
Sa"mvarani,a Muni named in the S'anaischara,or Saturn, son of
Aig-veda,
3. 337. Poidra,<fec.,
1. 117; 2. 257,
Samvarta^a lawgiver, referred to, 258, 304. Called son of the
or cited,3. 96, 198. SunandSanjna,2. 259. Called
Samvarta,
sonof Angiras,3. 244, sonof the SunandChhaya,
3.
245. 21. See S'ani, Saptarchis,and
Sainvarta,
a Kalpasocalled,1.53. Saura.
170 INDEX.

Sanaka,a mind-born son of Brah- Sandrocottus,Sandrocoptus,Chan-


ma, 1. 59, 77; 2. 200; 5. dragupta identified with, 4. 186.
195- Sanga(?),variant of Asanga,son
Sananda, a mind-born son of of Yuyudhana, 4. 93.
Brahma, 1. 77, 79; 2. 200. Sangata,son of Dasaratha.son of
Sanandana,a famous sage,son of Suyasas,4. 189.
Brahma, 1. 61. He dwells in Sangati (?), variant of Sammati,
Jano-loka, 1. 63 ; 2. 226, 228. the river so called, 2. 196.
Seealso 5. 13, 233. Sangava,'forenoon,' 2. 253.
Sanatana, a mind-born son of Siinglia C??),variant of Megha-
Brahma, 1. 77 ; 2. 200. swati, 4. 200.
Sanatana,a Loka, the abodeof Sangliara
(I?),variantof Sampara,
the Vairajas, Pitfis so called, 3. 4. 141.
IS9- Sanghata,a certain hell, 2. 215.
Sanatkumara,son of Brahma, P. Sanghat^ntargata, what, in legal
72, 88; 1. 77, 78, 12.2; 2. phraseology,3. 155, 156.
200 ; 3. 168; 4. 12. Sangraha, the technicality, as
Sanatkumara-samliita, a part of used of literature, explained, 5.
the Skanda-puraiia,P. 73. 47-
Sanatkumara-upapiiraiia,P. 87. Sangramajit, son of Krishna and
Sandamsa,a certain hell, 2. 215, Bhadra, 0.82. Sonof Krishna
220. and S'aibya, 5. 107.
Sandhi (ty, variant of S.usandlii, S'ani, son of Atri, 1. 154.
S'ani, the sameas S'aura,2. 259.
Sandhya, ' twilight/ &c. A form Sanika (??),S'anika ('??),variants
of Brahma, 1. 81. Daughter of S'amika, the Muni, 5. 251.
of Brahma, P. 89. Prayer to S'anika (?), variant of S'amika,
be used at it, 2. 250-252. Du- son of S'ura, 4. 101.
ration of it, 2. 253. The period Saniyas,a people, 2. 180.
precedinga Yuga, 1. 49, 50. Sanjatas(?),variantof Sujatas,4.
Seealso P. 63 ; 2. 249 ; 3. 129, 59-
135; 5- I2> 384- Sanjaya,son of Snparswa,3. 334.
Sandhya, a river in Krauncha- Sanjaya, son of Dhfitahavya, 3.
dwipa, 2, 198. 335-
Sandhyamsa,the period succeed- Sanjaya, son of Pratikshattra, 4.
ing a Yuga, 1. 49, 50. 44.
S'and'ilya,an heresiarch so called, Sanjaya,son of Eananjaya,4. 169.
5. 379. Sanjaya(?),variantof Sahanji,4.
Sa-ndipani,a teacherof the science 54-
of arms,5. 46-48. Sanjaya(?),variantof Asanga,son
Sandoha,what, 4. 312. of Ynyudbana,44. 93,
INDEX. 171

Sanjaya
(21),
variantofSfinjaya,4. S'anklia,
sonof Yasishtlia,anda
144. Rishi in the third Manwantara,
Sanjivana,a certainhell, 2. 215. 3.7.
Sanjivini,'the herbof immor- S'ankba,
a mountain-range,
2. 117
tality,' 1. 146. (note). SeeS'ankbakut'a.
Sanjna, variously genealogized,S'ankba,a forestso called,2. 118.
wifeof Vivaswat,2. 259 ; 3. 20, S'ankba,variant of Vatsya, dis-
&c. ciple of S'akalya,3. 46.
Sanjneya,variantof Sahanji,4. 54. S'ankba,variantof S'ankhanabha,
Sanjnita('?),variantof Sahanji,4. 3. 322.
54- S'ankba-dwipa,an island,perhaps
Sanka(??),variant of S'anku,son fabulous,2. 129.
of Ugrasena,4. 98. S'ankbakut'a-,a mountain - range
Sankalpa,a Prajapati, sonof Bran- running north- from Mount
ma, 1. 101. Meru, 2, 117.
Sankalpa,son of Dharma and San- S'ankbaiia,variously genealogized,
kalpa, 2. 23. 3. 314, 322, 323.
Sankalpa, daughter of Daksha, S'ankbaiia (?), variant of Sahanji,
and wife of Dharma, 2. 21, 23. 4. 54-
Sankalpa,what, in pliilosopliy, 4. S'ankhanabha,son of Yajranabha,
241. 3. 322.
S'ankara,
a formof Rudraor S'iva, S'ankhapa,
variantof S'ankhapad,
1. 13, 119, 124, <fec.;2. irS; 2. 261, 262.
4. 3; 5. 108, in, 115, 116, S'ankbnpad,
the Lokapala of tha
119, 126, 386. south, son of Kardama and
S'ankara,son of Kasyapa,son of S'ruti, 1. 155; 2. 86, 261-263,
Marichi,2. 70. 338 " 5. 387. (CorrectS'ankha-
S'ankara^charya, a writer and pada,whereverfound.)
religiousreformer,Mstime, <fec., S'ankbapacl,one of the Viswe
P. 16,48, 49; 1. 125; 3. 113, devas,3. 192.
174, 191, 223, 340; 5. 177, S'ankbapala, a serpent,presiding
257/337,347, 356. over the monthof Bhadrapada,
Sankarsbaria
= Baiabhadra,
son &c.,2. 285,&c.
of Vasudeva,2. 211, 212; 3. S'ankha-smf iti, the, a codeof law,
166; 4. no, ui? 260, 297, referredto, 3. 190.
301; 5. 16, 40, 44, 144, 215. S'ankhayanas, of the Rig-veda,3.
SeeS'esba. Si-
Sankasya, a kingdom,its situa- S'ankhayana,compiler of a S'akha-
tion,3. 333. of the6ig-veda,3. 49, 50.
S'ankha,sonof Kasyapa andKa- S'ankhayana, authorof a Gfihya-
drii, 2. 74. siitra, 3. 113, 168.
172 INDEX.

Sankhya,a systemof philosophy, S'ankura(1), variant of S'ankara,


referred to, P. 12, 41, 42, 94; son of Ivasyapa,2. 70.
2. 14, 43 ; 3. 39 ; 4. 253. S'ankasiras,son of Kasyapa,son of
Sankhya-karika, the, quoted, or Marichi, 2. 70.
referred to, 1. 20, 33, 34, 37, S'anta, son of Idhmajihwa, king
69, 71, 76; 2. 43; 5. 60, 199, of Plaksha-dwipa,2. 193. See
202. S'antabhaya.
SankLya-parimana,
the, referred S'anta,daughterof Dasaratha,son
to, 1. 48. of Aja, and wife of Eishya-
Sankhya-pravachana,
the, referred sringa, 4. 124.
to, 1. 33, 37 ; 3. 202. S'anta,a regionin Plaksha-dwipa,
Sankhya-pravachana-bhashya, the, 2. 193. SeeS'antabhaya.
referredto, 1. 31 ; 5. 378. S'antabhaya, son of Medbatithi,
Sankhya-sara,the, referred to, 1. king of Plaksha-dwipa,2. 191.
33-35; 3. 301. SeeS'anta.
Sankirna(?),.variant
of Sankirnar-a, S'antabhaya,
a r-egionin Plaksha-
2. 292. dwipa,2. 191. SeeS'anta.
Sankirnara,a serpent,presiding S'antahaya, son of Tamasa, Manu
over the months of Madhu and of the fourth Manwantara,3. 8.
Madhava,2. 291. S'antakarna
(??),variantof S'risata-
Sankocha,what, in philosophy, 1. karni, 4. 195.
29. Santana,sonof Ugra, 1. 117.
Sankfitis, a branch of the Kavyas, Santanika a Loka, tenanted by
4. 138. the Yairajas,Pitfis so called,
Sankfiti, son of Eenu, 4. 28. 3. 159-
Sankfiti, son of Jayatsena,sort of S'antann,S'antanu,son of Pratipa,
Adlna, 4. 43, 44. 4. 144, 146, 152, I54-I58-
Sankfiti, sonof Kara, sonof Bha- S'antanu(1),variantof Sutanu,4.
vanmanyu, 4. 137. no.
Sankfityas,KausikaBrahmans,
4. S'antaraya,sprung from Anenas,
29. son.of A'yus,4. 43.
S'ankus, Kausika Br-ahmans, 4. Santardana,son of Dhfisht'aketu,
28. the Kaikeya, 4. 103.
S'anku,an author,referredto the Santardana
(??),variant of Sam-
courtof KingVikramaditya,P. 8. rnardana,4. no.
S'anku,son of Ugrasena,son of Santateyu,son of Eaudraswa,4.
A'huka,4. 98. 128, 129. SeeSamnateyu.
S'anku,son of Krishna and Satya, S'anti,Indra of the tenth Manwan-
5. 79. tara, 3. 25.
Sanku(?),variantof S'anku,sonof S'inti, discipleof Angiras,sonof
Ugrasena,son of Ahuka, 4. 98. Daksha,3. 28, 29,
INDEX. 173

S'anti, son of Nfla, son of Aja- Saptadasa,


a certain collectionof
mld'ha,4. 144. hymns,its origin fromBrahma's
S'anti,sonof KrishnaandKalindi, westernmouth, 1. 85.
5. 79. Saptajifc
(?),variantof Satyajit,2.
S'anti, *placidity/ daughter of 289.
Daksha,andwife of Dharma,1. Saptaketu('?),
variantof Satyaketu,
109, no. Called daughter of 3. 26.
Kardama,and wife of Atharvan, Saptarchis = S'anaischara,or Sa-
(?)1. no, 200. turn, 2. 257, 258.
S'anti,a certainceremony,3. 44 Saptatantavas,a sectso called,3.
(wherecorrectthe spelling); 5. 340-
39' Saptavadins,the Jainasso called,
S'anti,what, in philosophy, I. 37. 3. 209.
S'anti (?), variant of Swahi, 4. Saras(?),a people,2. 179.
61. S'arabha, a fabulous animal so
S'antideva>daughter of Devaka, called, 1. 63, 72, 83, 84.
sonof A^huka,andwifeof Vasu- S'aradwat,
a ifoshi in the current
deva,4. 98, no, in. Manwantara,son of G-otama,3.
S'antidevi, variant of S'antideva, 15, 16, 23; 4. 146.
4. 98. S'aradwati,an Apsaras, 2. 81-83.
S'antihavya(?), variant of S'anta- Sarama,daughter of Daksha, and
haya, 3. 8. wife of Kasyapa,son of Marichi,
S'antihaya(1), variant of S'anta- 2. 26, 73.
haya, 3. 8. S&ra-mara,the same as Avyanga,
Santimat (?),variant of Siimati, 4. 5. 383-
*43- Sarameya(1),variant of Arimejaya,
Santosha,ccontent,' son of Dhar- son of S'waphalka,4. 96.
ma and Tusht'i, 1. no. Sarameyadana,a certain hell, 2.
Santosha,what, in ethics, 3. 77. 215.
S'apemin(??),variantof S'apeyin, Sararia,S'arana,son of Vasudeva,
2- 57- son of S'ura, 4. 109.
S'apeyin,teacherof the Yajur- Sarani-vyuha
(??),
what,in architec-
veda, 3. 57. ture, 5. 30, 31.
Sapind'as,
certainrelatives,
in legal Sara-pradh^na,
thesame
asAvyan-
phraseology,
3. 151. ga, 5. 383.
Sapind'ana,
a certainS'raddha,
3. Sara-sangraha,
the,referredto, 3.
147. Seethe next. 191.
Sapind'i-karana
= Sapind'ana,
3. Saraswatas,
a people,P. 104; 3.
154, 156, 157- 7>7i-
Saptabhangins,
theJainas
socalled, Saraswata,
an epithetof Kapila,
3. 209. the6ishi,1. 5, 17; 5. 250.
174 INDEX.

Saraswata, Vyasa of the ninth S'arngadhanwan, an epithet of


Dwapara age, 3. 34, 37. Kfislina, derived from the name
Saraswata,a Kishi, son of Saras- of his bow, S'arnga,5. 113, 116.
wati, the goddessso called, P. S'arngin, an epithet of Krishna,
104; 3. 70. derived from the name of his
Saraswata,
a modificationof San- bow,S'arnga,5. 114.
skrit, P. 104. Saro-mahatmya,a part of the Va
Saraswata, a Kalpa so called, P. mana-purana,P. 75.
40, 49- Sarpas(?),a people. 3. 293.
Saraswati,a S'akti of S'iva, P. 71 ; Sarpa, a Rudra, 2. 25.
1. 104. Sarpa, a Eakshasa,presiding over
Saraswati, goddess of learning, the month of Nabhas, &c., 2.
daughter of Daksha, and wife 285, 288, 292, 293,
of Dharma, P. 105; 1. 131, Sarpa, eserpent/ whencethe term,
148; 2. 21 ; 3. 70. As one i. 83. _
with various rivers, P. 46, 104- Sarpa-bali, a certain sacrifice, 3.
106; 2. 121, 142-144, 154, 114.
*55; 3- 71*I7- Sarpapungava,
in placeof feam-
Saraswati wife of Matinara, 4. blia, a serpentpresiding over the
131. months of S'ukra and Sfachi, 2.
Saraswati, a river in S'almala- 293-
dwipa,2. 195. Sarpis,
wifeof 6itadhwaja,
a form
S'aravati, a river, 2. 147. of Budra, 1. 117,
S'arayu, a river, the Sarjoo, 2. Sarpis, 'clarified butter/ 2. 109.
121 (where correct the spel- Sarsht'i,a kind of emancipation,
ling), 147, 149, 172, 340; 5. 5. 242. (It is veryinadequately
388. translatedin 2. 270.)
Sarga,what, P. 93 ; 3. 72 ; 5. Sanipa,wife of Bhuta,the patri-
259, 299. arch,andmotherof the Hudras,
Sarga, variant of Swarga, son of 2. 25.
Bhima and Disas, 1. 117. Sarupya,a kind of emancipation,
Sarfsftpa,what, 1. 84; 2. 55, 92 ; 5. 242.
3. 158; 5. 59, 94, 162, 203, S'arutha(T),variant of Yaruttha,
236, 247. 4. 117.
S'arman,a nameappropriatefor S'arva,a Eudra, I. 116; 2. 24,
a Brahman,3. 99. 272; 5. 121, 386.
S'armisht'ha,
daughterof Vfisha- S'arva,sonof Dhanusha, 4. 150.
parvan,and wife of Yayati, 2. Sarvabhauina,
sonof Ahamyati,4.
70; 4. 46-48. 128.
S'arnga,a bow borneby Krishna, Sarvabbauma,
variously genealo-
. 5. 113, 116, 125. gized,4. 143.
INDEX.

Sarvabhauma,son of YidtLratha, Sarvatraga, son of Bhimasena or


4. 153. Bhima,4. 159.
Sarvabliauma
(?),variantof Sarva- Sarvatraga
(?),variantof Sarvaga,
kama,3. 304. son of Dliarmasavarnika,
the
SarvabMta = Sarvatman, 5. 34, Manu, 3. 27.
164, 246. Sarvavasu, a certain ray of the
Sarva-bhiita-daya,what, 4. 294. sun, 2. 297.
Sarvadamana,epithet of Bharata, Sarvavega, son of Dharmasavar-
son of Dushyanta,4. 134. riika, the Manu, 3. 27.
Sarva-darsana-sangraha, the, quo- S'aryata, a race descendedfrom
ted, 3. 213. S'aryati, son of Vaivaswata, 3.
Sarvadharman, a king, son of 255-
Dharmasdvarnika,the Manu, 3. S'aryata, son of Manu, 3. 248,
27* 342.
Sarvaga,son of Pauniamasa,son Saryati, son of Nalmsha, son of
of Mariclii, 1. 153. j^yus, 4. 46.
Sarvaga,a king, son of Dharma- S'aryati, Sar37ati("?),son of Yaivas-
savaiiiika, the Manu, 3. 27. . wata, the Manu, 2. 172 ; 3. 13,
Sarvaga, son of Bhimasena or 14, 232, 233, 248, 255 ; 4. 40.
Bhima, by one account,4. 159. S'asa,a portion of SucUirsana,the
Sarvaga,what, in philosophy,1. 27. continent, 2. no.
Sarvagata, instead of Sarvatraga, S'asabindus,a tribe, 4. 61.
in the Bhagavata-puraria,4/159. S'asabindu^ son of Chitraratha, son
Sarvagata,
what, in theology,3, of Bushadgu,4. 61, 63.
251. S'asdda,an epithet of Yikukshi, 3.
Sarvajit (11),variant of Satyajit, 261,262.
sonof Siinita, 4. 176. S'asada
(]?),variantof Yimsati, 3.
Sarvakama,variouslygenealogized, 260.
3- 3045305. 3*5- S'asi (?), variant of S'uchi, son of
Sarvakarman, variant of Sarva- Andbaka, 4. 97.
kama,3. 305, 314; 4. 24, S'asigupta,a certainking, 4. 219.
Sarva-murti,what,5. 200. S'asikas,a people,2. 167.
Sarvasanga,
a river, 2. 154. S'asikanta,variant of Sadakanta,
Sarvasenf,
daughterof a. king of 2. 149.
the Kasis,4. 136. S^sin,the sameasKubera,2. 112.
Sarvatman,wliatj in theology,1. S'astra,technicaluse of, iii theo-
142. logy, 1. 85, 200; otherwise. 5.
Sarvatobhadra,a mountain in 3%,147-
Krauncha-dwlpa,2. 198. S'astra-devatds,
cdeifiedweapons/
Sarvatobhadra,
a fabulous
grove, sonsof Kfisaswa, 2. 29 (where
socalled,2. 117,122. correct
thespelling),
5. 388.
176 INDEX.

S'aswata,son of S'ruta, 3. 334. S'atajit, son of Krishna and Jam-


S'atabaM(?),a river, 2. 148, 153. bavati,5. 79.-
S'atabalaka,
discipleof S'akapuni, Satakarni, S'atakarni, variously
and promulgator of the Jrlig- genealogized,4. 195, 200, 202,
veda, 3. 49. 205.
S'atabhisha,the same as S'ata- S'atakarni,sonof Yantraniati(^?),
bhishaj, 2. 308. 4. 202.
S'atabhishaj,an asterism, 2. 265, Satakarni, &c,, variants of Sun-
&c.; 3. 167, 169. dara-satakarnin,4. 197.
S'atadhanu,
a certainking, 3. 217, Satakarni(??),variant of Yijaya,
&c. son of Yajnasri, 4. 199.
S'atadhanus,
son of Hfidika, 4. S'atakariii(?),variant of Swati, 4.
82, 90, 99. He slays Sattra- 200.
jita, 4. 81. Is slain by Krishna, S'atakesara,a mountain in S'dka-
4. 83. SeeS'atadhanwaru dwipa, 2. 200.
S'atadhanus,
for S'atadhanwan,
son S'atakratu,an epithetof Indra, I.
of Somasarrnan,4. 190. 150; 4. 42, 309; ^ 43-
S'atadhanwan= S'atadhanus,son S'atakumbha,a river, 2. 147.
Hfidika, 4. 80, &c., 99. S'atamakha,an epithet of Indra,
S'atadhanwan, son of Somasar- 2. 112.
man,4. 190, S'atananda(as the namedoubt-
S'atadhanwan
(?)7
variantofBindu- lessshouldbewritten),a &shi
sara, 4. 188. in the eighth Manwantara,ac-
S'atadhara,son of Devavarman,4. cording to one account, 3. 23.
189. S'atananda,son of S'aradwat or
S'atadhwaja
(1),variant of Satya- Gautama,4. 146.
dhwaja,3. 333. S'atanlka,a king of the PaM'a
S'atadrii, S'atadru,the river Satlej, family, P. 63.
.2. 130, 131, 142, 144; 3. 170; S'atanika, king of Kausambl, 4.
4. 118. 124, 165.
S'atadyumna,a king, son of Cha- S'atanika,son of Nakula, 4. 159,
kshusha,the-Manu, 1. 177 ; 3. 163.
X3- Sxatanlka?son of Janamejaya,4.
S'atadyumna,son of Bhanumat, 3. 162, 163, 166.
333- S'atanika,son of Yasudana,son of
S'atajit, son of Raja; 2. 1.07. Also Bfihadratha, 4. 165.
called son of Viraja, 2, 107. S'atanika, sonof Sattrajit, 4. 165.
S'atajit, variously genealogized,4. S'atankni ('?), daughter of Ugra-
"';::""
53- sena,
sonof Ahuka,4. 99.
S'atijit, son of Bhajamana,son of Satapas, a class of gods in the
Satwata,4. 72. eighth Manwantara,3. 23.
INDEX. 17'

S'atapatha-brahmaiia,
the,referred ter of Kardania,
1. no. She
to, or cited,1. 45; 3. 35, 244, burnsherself,1. 127.
342^4.11,247. Itslength,3.
63. Sati,wifeof someAngiras,
2.29.
S'ataprasiiti,
sonofKambalabarliis,Satirthas,
variantof Saniyas,
2.
4. 63. 180.
S'ataratha,
variant of Dasaratha, Satiyas, variant of Saniyas,2,
son of Mulaka, 3. 314. 180.
S'atarupa,
the first woman,tlie Satkarman,
variant of Satyakar-
femaleportion of Brahma,wife man,4. 126.
of Swayainbhuva
Manu,&c.,P. S^tpud'a,
a mountain-range, popu-
95 (wheretwice correctthe larly socalled,in India,2. 128,
spelling); 1. 104, c. 144, 150, 339.
S'atasankhyas,
a class of gods S'atriighna,son of Dasaratha,son
in the tenth Manwantara,
3, ofAja,1. 165;3.315,318,319.'
25' . Satrughna (who ?), 4. 85.
S'atasfinga,a mountain in S'al- S'atrughna,son of S^vaphalka,
4.
mala-dwipa,2. 195. 95>96.
S'atatejas,Vyasa of the twelfth S'atruglina,
sonof Devasravas,
son
Dwaparaage.accordingto one of S'ura,4. 113.
account,
3. 37. S'atrLilian,
variantof S'atrughna,
S'atavapus(11),variantof S'iteshu, sonof S'waphalka, 4. 95, 96.
4. 63. S'atrujit, epithet of Pratardana,
S'atayari(11),variantof S'aravatl, sonof Divodasa,4. 34, 35.
2. 147. S'atrujit, son of Yatsa, son of Pra-
S'atayajaa(?), variantof Srutan- tardana,4. 36.
jaya, 4. 174. Satta, what, in philosophy, 5. 200.
S'atayus,son of Paruravas,son of Sattamatratman, what, in philo-
Budha, 4. 13. sophy, 3. 312.
S'atayus,son of Bhajamana,son of Sattrajit, father of some S'atanika,
Satwata,4. 72. 4. 165.
S'atayus
(I?),variantof S'rutayus, Sattrajit, variant of Sattrajita, 4.
son of Arisht'anemi, 3. 334. 74, 100.
S'atayus
(??),variantof Slteshu,4. Sattrajita,sonof ISTighna,
andfriend
^63. ofAditya,
4.74. Receives
the
S'at'ha,
sonof Vasudeva.,
sonof Syamantaka
jewel,4. 75. Gives
S'ura,4. 109. his daughter Satyabhamato
Sati,aSaktiofSiva,P.79; 5.321. Krishna,in marriage,4. 80. Is
Sati,' truth,'daughter
of Daksha, ' slain by S'atadhanwan,
4. Si.
andwife of Bhava,&c., P. 89; Seealso 4. 112; 5. 81, 148.
1. 109,no, 117,&c.,157; 4. S&ttrajiti,
thesame
asSatyabhama,
261, 262. Also calleddaugh- 5. 81.
M
i78 INDEX.

Sattwa, what, in philosophy, P, jita, and wife of Krishna, 4. 80,


20 ; 1. 3, 35>74>i38- 81, 91, 92 (wherethe Sanskrit
Sattwika, adjective of Sattwa, has Satya, another person,
what, P. 20, 21; 1. 34, 74; 2. wherefore note * should be al-
296; 5. 285, 310. tered), 112; 5. 78, 79,81, 89,
Satwa, variously genealogized,4. 92, 96-99, 102, 103, 105, 107,
69, 70. 148, 154.
Satwatas, a dynasty descended Satyabhidhayin,what, in theology,
from Satwata, 4. 70. 1. 73, 89.
Satwata,Satwata,a Yadava king, Satyadharman, a king, son of
variously genealogized,4. 69- Dharmasavarnika,the Manu, 3.
71, 74>86. 27-
Satyas, certain gods, appearingin Satyadhfita, son of Pashpavat, 4.
the third and fourth Manwan- I5*
,. .
taras, 3. 6, 7, 17. Their origin, Satyadhfiti, son of Sararia,4. 109.
2. 26; 3. 17. , Satyadhfiti, son of Dhfitimat, son'
Satya, a form of Vishnu, 3. 17. of Yavlnara, 4. 142.
Satya, one of the Viswe devas, 3. Satyadhfiti, son of S'atanandu,
189-191. son of S'aradwat,4. 146.
Satya,two foshis,appearing
in Satyadhfiti,variantof Sudhfiti,
the ninth Manwantara, and in son of Mahavirya, 3. 331.
the tenth, respectively,
3. 25, Satyadhwaja,
sonof tlrjavaha,3. "
26. 333-
Satya, son of Havirdhana, 1. Satyahita, son and disciple of
193- Satyasravas, andpromulgatorof
Satya,an astronomer,referredto the Eig-veda,3. 45.
thecourtof King Vikrarnaditya, Satyahita,variant of Satyadhfitn,
p. 9. 4. 150.
Satya(]), sonof Sarafia,4. 109. Satyajit,a Yaksha,2. 285,&c.
Satya,the sameas Satya-loka, 2. Satya
jit, India of the third Man-
231. wantara, by one account,3. 6.
Satya-,mother of Tushita, 3. 17. Satyajit, son of Sunita, 4. 176.
Satyd, or ISTagnajiti,a wife of Satyajit(??), variant of Jaya-
Krishna, 4. 91, 92; 5. 78, 79, dratha, son of Bfihatkarman, 4.
82. Confounded with Satya- 140.
bhama,5. 97, 99, 104. Satyajita ('I1?),
variant of Satya-
Satya, wife of Brihanmanas, 4. dhfita, 4. 150.
125. Satyakas,a classof godsin the
Satya, what, in philosophy, 3-77; fourth Manwantara, according
4. 294. to oneaccount, 3. 7.
Satyabhama,daughter of Sattra- Satyaka,a king, son of Eaivata,
IHDEX. 179

Maim of the fifih Manwantara, Satyasrl,son and disciple of Satya-


3. ii. hita, and promulgator of the
Satyabi,
sonof S'ini,4.93. jfeig-veda,
3.45~475
5-
Satyaka,son of Krishnaand Ro- Satyavach,son of Chakshusha,
hirii, 5. 79, 148. the Manu51. 177.
Satyaka('?),variant of Andhaka, Satyavat,sonof Chakshusha,
the
L 96. Manu.
P.83; 1.178.
Satyakarman, sonof Dhfitavrata, Satyavati,wife of Plarischandra,
sonof Dhriti, 4. 126. 3. 288.
Satyakarna,son of Janamejaya, Satyavati,daughterof Vasu,and
sonof Chandrapid'a, 4. 163. wife of S'antanuand of Para-
Satyaketu,a liishi in the tenth sara,4. 150, 157,158 ; 5. 181.
Manwantara,3. 26. Satyavatf, daughter of Gadhi, 4.
Satyaketu,variouslygenealogized, 16, &c. Becomesthe river
4- 37, 38- Kausiki, 4. 18.
Satyaki = Yuyudhana, 4. 93 ; 5. Satyavratas, a caste in S'aka-
123, 148. dwipa, 2. 200.
Satya-loka, i the world of infinite Satyavratas, a class of gods, ap-
wisdom and truth,' 1. 98 ; 2. pearing in the third Manwan-
113, 227, 228; 4. 319. tara, according to one account,
Satyaiabhara,a river in Plaksha- 3. 17.
dwipa,2. 193. Satyavrata,a Manu.(??).3. 236.
Satyanetra,son of Atri, 1. 154. Satyavrata,or Trisanku, variously
Satyangas, a caste in Plaksha- genealogized,3. 284, 286.
dwipa, 2. 193. Satya-yajna,a particular sacrifice,
Satyaratha, son of Minaratha, 3. 3.93,
334- Satyayu, son of Puriiravas, son of
Satyaratha,
sonof Romapada,
son Budha,\> 13.
of Dharmaratha,4. 124. Satyeyu, son of Raudraswa, 4.
Satyarath'a,wife of Harischandra, 127-129.
3. 287. Saubalyas,a people,2. 157.
Satyarathi,sonof Satyaratha,
son Saubhas,a people,5. 70.
of Minaratha,3. 334. Saubhari,a Rishi, legendof, 3.
Satyasena,
a form of Bhagavator 268, &c.
Vishnu,in the third Manwan- S'aucha,
what, 3. 77.
tara,3. 17. Saudamini,
daughterof Kasyapa
Satyasravas,
sonand discipleof andVinata,2. 73.
Mand'ukeya, and promulgatorSaudamini,
anApsaras,2. 81.
ofthejfeig-veda,-
3.45. Saud&sa,
sonof Sud^sa,
son of
Satyasravas,
sonof Vitihotra,3. Sarvakama,
3. 304-307,310;
335- 4. 24.
i So INDEX.

Saudasa,son of Sudasa,son of Saunanda,a famousclub which


Chyavana,4. 147, 148. camedown from heaven,5. 51.
Saudasa,son of Apilaka or Ivi- Sauparna-purana
= Garud'a-pura-
laka, 4. 202. na, P. 24.
Sauddhodani,
patronyniof S'akya, Saura(correctly),thesameasS'ani,
4. 170. or Saturn, 2. 259.
Saudhas(?),variantof Sodhas,2. Saurapatas(in correct spelling),
163. a sect worshipping the sun, 5.
Sauhfidas, a people, 2. 178. 280.
Saukara(% variantof S'ukara,2. Saura-purana
= Brahma-purana,
214. p. 27.
S'aulkayani,
discipleof Devadarsa, Saura-samhita,a part of the
&c., and teacherof the Atharva- Skanda-purana,P. 73.
veda, 3. 61, 62. Saurasht'ras,a people,2. 133,134;
S'aulkyayani (1?),variant of S'aul- 4. 222, 224.
kayani, 3. 61. Saura-upapurana,P. 87.
Saumas,an heretical sect, 5. 380. S'auri, a name of Vishnu or
Saumadatti, patronym of Savarni, Krishna, 1. 119 ; 4. 323 ; 5. 22,
disciple of Komaharshana, 3. 84, 87, 115, 121, 125.
66. Saun = S'ani, or Saturn, 2. 226,
Saumaka(??),variant of Somaka, 259-
2. 191. Sauri-samhita,a part of the Kur-
Saumanasya,son of Yajnabahu, ma-purana,P. 77.
king of S'almala-dwipa,2. 195. Sausalyas, variant of Saubalyas,
Saumanasya,a region in S'almala- 2. 157-
dwipa,2. 195. Sausftas,variant of S'aisikas,4.
Saumasushmayaiia,Vyasa in the 221.
twenty-thirdDwaparaage,3.35. Sausratas,Kausika Brdhmans,
4.
Saum^tri, teacher of the Sama- 28.
veda,3. 60, 61. Sausruta,a medicalwork,by Sus-
Saumyas,
a classof Pitfis, 2. 303; ruta, referredto, P. 60, <fcc.
3. 166. Sausulyas(??),variant of Saubal-
Saumya, a portion of Bharatavar- yas, 2. 157.
sha32. 112, 129. Sauti, son of Siita or Lomahar-
S'aunaka,disciple of Pathya, and shana,3. 43.
teacher of the Atharva-veda, 3. Sautraniani, a particular sacrifice,
62, 72; 4. 163. 3. 109, 113.
S'aunaka,variouslygenealogized, Sauviras,
peoplessocalled,2. 133,
4. 31,32, 40. 134, 174; 5. 389.
S'aunakayani
(n)} variantof S'aul- Sauvira,a country, 2. 174,318;
kayani, 3. 62. 5. 389.
INDEX. 181

Savaua,
sonof Vasisht'ha,
1. 155. Savitra,a Ruclra,2. 25.
Savana,son of Priyavrata, and Savitra,a peak of Mount Meru,
kingof Pushkara-dwipa,
2. 100, 1. 120.
&c., 201. Savitfi ==Parjanya,
&c., anAditya,
Savana,
a 6ishi in theninthMan- 1. 142(where
correctthe spell-
wantara,3. 25. ing), 200; 2. 27, 250, 251; 3.
Savana,a-hell, 2. 214.
Savania,Manuof thetwelfthMan- Savitfi, Vyasaof the fifth
wantara,sonof Rudra,3. 27. paraage,3. 34, 36.
Savarna,daughter of Samudra, Savitri, wife of Satyavat,P. 83.
and wife of Prachinabarhis,
1. Savitri, daughterof Daksha,and
194(where' ocean'represents wifeof Dharma,
2. 21.
Samudra). SeeSamudri. Savitri, a river in Plaksha-dwfpa,
Savarna,variant of Savarni,the 2. 193.
Manu,3. 22. Savitri, a form of the Gayatri,1.
Savaniaka,variant of Savarriika, 108.
3. 23. Saya,sonof Pushparna andDoshd,
Savarni,Manuof the eighthMan- 1. 178.
wantara,son of the Sun and SayanaAcharya,a commentator,
Chbaya,3. 21-24. referredto, 3. 338; 5. 178.
Savarni, descendedfrom Soma- S'ayanottama, what, in architec-
datta (?),discipleof Eomahar- ture, 5. 33.
shana,and a teacherof the Pu- Seas,seven,surroundingtheseven
ranas,3. 64-66. Dwipas, 2. 109, no. That of
Savarni(who?),P. 65. salt water, 2. 191. That of
Savarni (who?), 2. 113. cane-juice, 2. 193. That of
Savarni("?),
variantof Savarna,
3. wine,2. 195. Thatof clarified
"27. butter,2. 197. Thatof whey,
Savarnika,the eighth Manwantara, 2. 198. That of milk, 2. 200,
3. 23. 201. That of fresh water, 2.
Savarnyas,of the Atharva-veda, 202.
3. 62. Sena(^), variant of Hema, son of
S'avasta
(??),variant of S'ravasta, Ushadratha,
4. 122.
3. 263. S'ena(??),variant of Mena,the river
S'avasti(]?), variant of S'ravasta, so called, 2. 149.
3. 263. Senajit, a Yaksha, 2. 285, 288,
S'avasti(W),variantof S'ravasti,'
3. &c.
263. Senajit, son of Viswajit, son of
Savibhasa
(11),
variantof Vibhasa, Jayadratha,4. 140.
a sun, 5. 191. Senajit, son of Bfihatkarman, son
Savisha,a hell. 2. 215. of Sukshattra, i. 174.
INDEX.

Senajit, the sameas Prasenajit, 3.. or Venus, the planet so called,


265. 2. 257, 258.
Senanl,a Rudra,2. 25. Shod'asin,a particularsacrifice,1.
Sarpas,<serpents/ Transformed 85; 3. 113 (wherecorrectthe
hairs of Brahma's head, 1. 83. spelling).
Offspring of Kasyapa and Ka- S'ibapura (??),a city, ruled over by
dru, 2. 74. Their king, S'esha, S'ibi, son of Usinara, 4. 121.
2. 85 ; but Takshaka, 2. 86. S'ibi, Indra in the fourth Man-
Twelve of them naaied, and wantara, 3. 7. SeeS'ikhi.
their function mentioned, 2. S'ibi, sonof Chakshusha,the Manu,
285, &c. 1. 178.
Sense, organs of, how produced, S'ibi, son of Sanihrada, or else of
and by whom presided over, Anuhrada, 2. 69.
and the number of them, 1. S'ibi, son of Usinara, 4. 121, 122.
33'. S'ibi (who?-),4. 24.
S'esha,son of Kasyapaand Kadru, S'ibi (who?), 5. 82, 83.
2. 74. King of serpents,2. 85. S'ibi (M), variant of S'ini, son of
See also P. 42 ; 4. 269 ; 5. 12, Garga, 4. 137.
65, *3> 139. *495 192, i95? S'ibika, the weaponof Kubera, 3.
393. A form of Vishnu, dwell- 22.
ing below the seven Pat alas, Siddhas, a people in India, 2. 176.
supporter of the world on liis Siddhas, a sort of sages, 1. 122,
head, and a teacher of astro- 144; 5. 14, 59, 88, 94, 105,
nomy, and also the couch of 150, 195, 246, 247.
Vishnu, P. 31; 2. 211-213; 3. Siddlia, son of Dharma, the Pra-
30, 31; 4, 260. Seealso Bala- japati, I. in.
bhadra (Us). Siddhakshetra, a region in India,
S'esha,a Prajapati, 1. 102. 5. 118.
S'esha,a king, 4. 212. Siddhapura, a fabulous city, 2.
S'eshanaga
("??),
a king, 4. 212, in, 113.
218. Siddliartha, an epithet of S'akya,
Setu, variously genealogized, 4. 4. 170.
118. Siddhartha, variant of Ratula, 4.
Setubandha,a place in the south 169.
of India, 3. 328. Siddhasana, in the Yoga philo-
Shad'anana,
an epithetof Kartti- sophy,5. 230.
keya, 2. 118, Siddhi, {perfection,' daughter of
Shad'ja, a note of the musical Daksha,and wife of Dharnia, 1.
scale,2. 329. 109, no.
Shand'as,
a people,2. 163, Siddhis, i attributesof perfection/
Shod'asarchis,
anepithetof Sfukra, eight, specified,,
T,.91, Seeals<\
INDEX. 183

for other sensesof Siddhi, 2. 7 ; Slmsapayana('??),


variant
5. 146. payaria,3. 64, 65.
Siddhimanwantara,a place of pil- S'inisapdyana,variant of Vaiam-
grimage
onthe river Narmada, payana,
3. 66.
2.151. Sindhus,
apeople,
2.159
; 5.389,
S'ighra,
the sameas S'ighraga,
3. SeeSainclhavas.
325- Sindhu,the river Indus, 2. 120,
S'igkra,a river in India, 2. 151. 121, 142; 3. 170; 4. 118,
S'ighraga,son of Agnivania, 3. 223; 5. 381.
314. SeeS'ighra. Sindhu,a river (another),2. 148,
S'ikhand'ini,
wifeof Antardhana,,341'
1. 192. Sinclhudwipa,variously genealo-
S'ikhand'ini, two Apsarases so gized, 3. 303, 315.
called,2. So, Si. Sindhuka, a king, 4. 195, See
Slkhi, variant'of Slbi, Inclra in S'ipraka.
the fourth Manwantara,accord- Sinclhupulindakas('?),a people, 2.
ing to oneaccount,3. 7. 158, 159.
Slkhi, a river in Plaksha-dwipa,
Sindhusauviras,
a people,
2. 134,
2. 192. 173; S- 3^9-
Slkhin,the sameas Ketn, 'the Slneyus(??),variantof S'iteshu,
descending node,'2. 259. 4. 63.
Slkhivasas,a mountain-range ex- Slni, sonof Vfishiii, sonof Bha-
tendingwestwardfrom Mount jamana,4. 73, 74, 93.
Meru,2. 117. S'ini, sonof Anamitra,4. 93, 94.
Slksha,an Angaof the Veda,de- S'ini, sonof Garga,sonof Bhavan-
fined,3. 67; 4. 252. manyu,4. 137.
Slkya (?), a certainking, 4. 214 Slni C?*?),variantof S'uchi,sonof
o (note[I). Andhaka,4. 97.
S'ila,sonof Pariyatra,3. 321. Slni (??),variant of Pratikshattra,
Sllpa-sastra,i mechanics,sculp- sonof S'amin,4. 99.
ture, and architecture,'1. 148. Slnibahu, a river rising in the
Simha,thesameasNfishiiha,5. 3. Yindhyamountains,2. 155.
Sinilia,son of Krishna and Lak- Slnika (??),variant of S'amika,a
shmaiia,5. Si. " future Muni, 5. 251.
Sirnhala,anisland,2. 129. Sinlvali, daughterof Angiras, 1.
Simhika, daughter of Kasyapa, 153.
andwifeofViprachitti,herhalf- Sinivali,a riverin S'almala-dwipa,
brother,1. 148; 2,30, 55, 71, 2. 195.
259. Sinivali, f the day when the new
Simhika,daughterof Daksha,and moonis first seen/2. 260.
wifeof KusVapa,
2. 26. S'ipha,a riverin India,2. 155,
i84 INDEX.

S'ipr,a river, 2. 131 (wherecor- S'isunaga, the sameas S'isamaka,


rect the spelling),155,339. 4. 180,185, 231.
S'ipraka,founderof the Andhra- S'isunaka,a king, 4. 180. See
bhfitya dynasty,4. 194. alsoS'aisunagas.
Slra, ' ploughshare,'3. 332 ; 5. 51. S'isunandi,a Yavanaking, 4. 211,
CompareHala. 212.
Slradhwaja,an epithet of Balabha- S'isupala,son of Damaghosha,4.
dra, 3. 253. 67, 104-106, 246, 316; 5.69,70.
Sfradhwaja,an epithet of Janaka, Sitd, daughter of Janaka, arid wife
son of Hraswaroman, 3. 332, of Kama,1. 151; 3. 316, 317,
333- 331, 332; 4- 146.
Siralas(??),variant of Pasivat'as, Sita, S'ita,a river, the Sihoun(?),
2. 180. 2. 112, I2O-I22, 272; 5. 388.
Slrayudha,an epithet of Bala- Sita-kurid',the popularnameof a
bhadra,3. 254. hot well near Monghir,on the
Sirin, an epithet of Balabhadra, Ganges,4. 286.
4. 82 ; 5. 137. Sitarita, a mountain-rangeextend-
S'isht'i(M),variantof Slisht'i,son ing eastwardfromMountMeru,
of Dhruva, 1. 179. 2. 117, 124.
S'ishyanandi (]'?),variantof ,Sushi- S'iteshu,son-ofUsanas,4. 63,64.
nandi,4. 211. S'iteyus(']),variantof S'iteshu,
4. 63.
S'isira,sonof Dhara,a Yasu,2. 23. S'itikshu(IT),variant of S'iteshu,
S'isira,sonof Medhatithi,king of 4.63.
Plaksha-dwipa,2. 191. S'ivas,a classof gods in the third
S'isira, disciple of S'akalya, and Manwantara, 3. 6.
a promulgatorof the Kig-veda, S'iva,a godof the first order. The
3. 46. same as Vishnu in the character
S'isira,a regionin Plaksha-dwipa} of destroyer,1. 41. Born,as
a
2. 191. Kumara, from Brahma, in every
S'isira, a mountain-range extend- Kalpa, and differing, in each,in
ing southwardfrom Mount colour,1. 77-79. King of the
Mem, 2. 117. Bhutas, 2. 86. His city, &c., 2.
S'isirayaria (rightly, S'aisirayaria), 112,230. SpoilsDaksha's
sacri-
son of S'isira, 5. 53. fice, 1. 120, &c. Bears the river
S'isu, son of Sararia, 4. 109. Alakanandaon his head,2. 272.
Slsuka, son of Dharma, <fco.,4. Intercedesfor Baria, 5. 118, &c.
211, 213. See also P. 4. &c. &c. ; 1. i,
S'isuka (1?),variant ..of Sindhuka, &c.; 5. 14, 7-6, 92, 94, 108,
4. 195, 200. 114, &c. &c. And see Hara,
S'isumara,
what,in astronomy,2, Isa, Iswara,Mahadeva,
Mahesa,
306, 307. Maheswara,Narayaria,S'ankara,
INDEX. 185

S'ulapani,
Trilochana,
Umapati, Slvasris^-takarnin,
sonof Pulimat,
&c. 4. 198.
Siva,a Kudra,1. 117; 5. 386. Slvaswamin,
variantof S'ivaswati,
Siva,sonof Uru, sonof Chakshu- 4. 198.
slia,theMann,1. 177. S'ivaswati,
sonof Chakorasatakar-
Siva, son of Medhatlthi, or elseof nin, &c., 4. 197, 201.
Idhmajihwa,
king of Plaksha- Sivatas
(??),variantof Pdsivat'as,
dwipa,2. 191, 193. 2. 180.
Siva, a S'akti,sprungfrom Siva, Slva-tantra,a composition,
quoted,
andwifeof tsana,P..79; 1. 117. 2. 206.
Siva, wife of Anila, the Vasu,2. Slva-tattwa-viveka,the, by Ap-
23: 5.387. payyaDikshita,quoted,5. 391.
Siva, a regionin Plaksha-dwipa, Slva-upapurana, P. 36, 87, 88.
2. 191, 193. Skanda= Karttikeya, P. 72; 4.
Siva, a river in India, 2. 149. 283.
Siva, a river in Kusa-dwipa,2.196. Skanda, a Prajapati, 1. 78.
Siva, the name of a Kalpa, P. 74. Skanda, son of Pasupati, a form
Slvadatta, a king of the Abhiras, of Hudra, 1. 117.
4. 208. Skanda-purana, Skanda-purana,
Slva-dharma,a partof theSkanda- analysisof the, <fec.,
P. 20, 23,
purana(?), 2. 216, 221. 24, 27, 72, &c., 7^,85; 3. 67;
Slva-dharma-upapurana,
P. 87. 5. 264, 316.
Slva-glta,a poemencomiasticof Skandaswati,
son of ^vi (??),son
S'iva, 3. 65. of Saudasa,4. 202.
Slvapura,the city of Siva, P. 38. Skaudhastambhi,
son of Purnot-
For Siva's city, see 2. 112. sanga,4. 200.
Slva-puraiia,
P. 20,24,35, 88,89. Skandhaswati,
son of Swati, 4.
And see S'aiva-piiraiia. 200.
Slva-rahasya-kharid'a,
a part of the Skandhaswati(11),variant of Slva-
Skanda-purana,P. 73. skandha, 4. 201.
Slva-ratri,a certainfestival,P. 89. Sleeping,rules of, 3. 131, <fec.
Slva-samhita. SeeBudra-samhita. Slisht'i, son of Dhruva, I. 177; 5.
Slvasjixrticla
(?]),variant of Slva- 388.
skandha,4. 198. Smartas, a religious sect, 5. 340,
Slvaskandasatakarni,
&c. (*?']),
va- 342.
riants of Slvaskandha, 4. 201, Smaya, ' wonder,3son of Dharma,
202. 1. in.
Slvaskandha,variously genealo- Smfita, a Prajapati,son of Va-
gized, 4. 198, 202. sisht'ha,3. 5.
Slvasri,variantof Slvasrisatakar- Smfiti, * memory/ daughter of
nin, 4. 201. Daksha,and wife of Angiras,
186 INDEX.

1. 109, 153. Called daughter Soma, an Apsaras,2. 81.


of Dharma, 1. in. Somadatta, son of Kfisa-swa, 3,
Smfiti, what, in philosophy, 1. 32. 247.
Snehas,a caste in Kusu-dwfpa, 2. Somadatta,son of Panchadhanus,
*95- 4. 147; 5. 134.
S'obhayantyas,a class of Apsa- Somadatta, son of Vahlika, 4.
rases, 2. 75, 82. 157-
Society, origin and progressof, 1. Somadhi ('?), variant of Somapi,
92, &c. son of Sahadeva,4. 151, 173.
Sodhas,a people, 2. 161. Somalisushmayana,<fec.,variants
Sohanji(??),variantof Sahairji,4. of Saumasushmayaria,
3. 35.
54- Somakas, a family sprung from
S'oka, ' sorrow/ son of Mr ityu, 2, Somakaor Ajamid'ha, 4. 147.
112. Somaka, a second birth of Aja-
Soma, son of Atri, 1. 154; 2. 11; inid'ha, 4. 147.
4. 2, 129. Called son of Dhar- Somaka,son of Sahadevaor Sau-
ma, 2. 259. Called son of .the. dasa,4. 148.
fiishi Prabhakara, 4. 129. Somaka,son of Krishna and Ka-
Churned from the ocean,2. n. lindi, 5. 79.
By origin, a Brahman, 5. 388. Somaka, a mountain-range in
His wives, 2. 10, 21. His off- Plaksha-dwipa,2. 191.
spring,2. 28. Carriesoff Tara, Soma-loka?
a regiontenantedby
wife of Bfihaspati, 4. 2, Has various classesof Pitfis, 3. 159,
Budha, or Mercury, by her, 1. 160.
174; 2. 259; 4. 4. His city, Somanatha,the temple of, 5. 47.
Yibhavari or Vibha, 2. 118, Somapas,a classof Pitfis, sons of
240, 241. Sovereign of the Kavi and Swadha, 1. 123,.157;
vegetableworld, 2. i. Monarch 3. 159, 160, 162, 165, 174,
ofthestars
andplanets,
ofBrah- 339\
mans and of plants, of sacri- Somapi, son of Divodasa, son of
fices and of penance,2. 85 : 4. Badbryaswa,4. 147.
2. Lord of progenitors,3. 181, Somapi, son of Sahadeva,son of
One with the Moon, P. 3 ; 2. Jarasandha,4, 151, 173.
337 > 5- 47?&c- One with the Somasads,a class of Pitfis, sons
moon-plant. 2. 337, 342. See of Viraj, 3. 159.
also 1. 188, 190; 4. 3, 4, 103, Sorna-sarristhas,certain sacrifices,
104, &c. &c. 3. ii2, 113.
Soma,a Vasn,2. 23. Somasarnian,
son of S'alisuka,4.
Soma,oneof theVis we devas,3.179. 190.
Soma(?),variantof Devakshattra, Somasushma,
namedin the S'ata-
4. 68, patha-brahmana,&c., 3. 35,
INDEX. 187

Soma-tfrtha,
a placeof pilgrimage <fec.MonthlyS'raddha
for de-
on the coastof Gujerat,5. 47. ceasedrelations, 3. 153, <fec.
Somavarta,the legionbetweenthe AnnualS'raddha,3. 154. Occa-
river Puyoshni
andYaraha,2. sionalS'raddhas,3. 157, <fec.
144- Bralimansto be entertained
at
Sornavit(??),variant of Somapi, S'raddhas,
3. 173,<kc. Prayers
son of Sahadeva,4. 151. to be used at S'raddlias,3. 181,
Soma-yajna,a particular ceremony, (fee. Things sacred at S'rad-
3. 40. dhas, 3. -i86, &c. S'raddhas
S'ona,an Indian river, the Sone, how vitiated, 3. 194, &c.
2. 141,151, 340. S'raddhddeva
(correctly),an epi-
Sonaksha (??"),variant of Prati- thet of Vaivaswata, 3. 13,
kshattra, son of S'amin, 4. 99. 337f
Sonaswa (?'?), variant of Pratl- S'racklhadeva,
an epithet of Yama,
kshattra,sonof S'amin,4. 99. 3. 337-
S'oni,son of Sura, son of Yidii- S'raddha-gaiSa-pati,
the, a work on
ratha, 4. 99. exequial law, referred to, 3.
S'onitapura,Baria'scity, 5. 112, 190.
118. S'raddha-kalpa,a part of the Yayn-
S'oshayantyas,
a classof Apsarases, purana,P. 38.
2. 82. S'raddha-kalpa, the, a work on
Sparta,the pancratiumof, 5. 39, exequial law,, referred to, -or
40. quoted, 3. 148, 189, 199, 339.
Spheres of the sunand planet?,2. S'raddha-mayiikha, the, a work of
224,<fec, like character,referred to, 3.
Sphurja,a Rakshasa, 2. 285,<fec. 148, 198.
S'raddha, <faith/ daughter of S'raddha-tattwa, the, anothersimi-
Daksha,and'wife of Dharma, lar treatise,referredto, 3. 190.
1. 109, no. Calleddaughter S'rama,son of Xpa, 2. 23.
of Kardama,and wife of An- Sranta,sonof Xpa, 2. 23.
giras,1. no. Seealso L 148; Srastara,the term defined.<fec.,3.
3. 121, 131, 150; 5. 204.
S'raddha,wife of Yaivaswata,3. S'rava(?),oneof the Viswe devas,
233~235>337- 3. 191.
S'raddha;
' devotion
to the manes S'ravaka,
what,amongthe Bud-
of one's progenitors,'3. 113, dists,&c., 3. 41.
<fec.For prosperity,3. 98, 99, S'ravaria,S'ravana,a certainaster-
146,
&c.Kinds
ofSVaddhas'
ism,
2.265,
.fee,,
308 ; 3.132.
3. 146, 147. The perpetual S'ravana,
a month,July-Aug.,2.
SHddha, 3. 122. S'raddha
for 261,&c.; 3. 114; 4.261,276.
kindred
newly
deceased,
3. 149, S'ravanf,
acertain
sacrifice,
3.113.
iSS INDEX.

S'ravanti, error for S'ravasti,noted S'rirnallakarni, variant of S'risata-


as such, 3. 264. karni, 4. 200.
S'ravasta,son of Yuvanaswa,3. S'ri-narada-purana,
a mythological
263, 264. work, P. 51.
S'ravasti,S'ravasti(?),a city, its S'rlnathdwar,a templeso calledin
position,3. 263, 264, 319. the living languagesof India,
S'ravisht'ha,the sameas Dhanish- P. 22; 5. 318.
t'ha, an asterism so called, 2. S'fingavat, the same as S'fingin,
259- 2. 102, in, 256.
S'renika,the sameas Bimbisara, S'fingin (rightly), a mountain-
4. 171. range to the north of Mount
S'renika (another?), 5. 391. Meru, 2. 114, 115. See S'fin-
S'reyas, what, in theology, 2. gavat.
" 326. Sfini (?]),variant of Tuni, 4. 93.
S'ri, daughter of Bhfigu, and wife Sfinjay as,a people,2. 180; 4. 144.
of Vishnu, 1. 2, 118, 135, 142, Sfinjay a, son of Auttami, the
144, <fec.
<fec.; 5. 99. Hymned Mann, 3. 7.
by Indra, 1. 148, <fec.SeeLak- 'Sfinjaya, son of Dhumraswa, 3.
shmi (at the end of the article) 247.
and E-ukmini. Sfinjaya, son of S'lira, son of De-
S'ri Bhagavata, S'ri Bhagavata- vamid'husha,4. 101, 113.
purana. SeeBhagavata-puraiia. Sfinjaya, son of Kalanara, 4. 120.
S'ribhann, son of Krishna and Sa- Sfinjaya, son of Haryaswa,son of
tyabhama,5. 81. Chakshus, 4. 144, 147.
S'ridamanja friend of Krishna, 4. Sfinjaya, the name of two wives
300. of Bhajamana,
son of Satwata,
S'rideva,daughter of Devaka, son 4. 72.
of Almka, and wife of Vasudeva, Sfinjaya, variant of Sailjay a, son
son of S'ura, 4. 98, no, in. of Pratikshattra, 4. 43 (where
S'ridevi(I?),variantof S'ridsva,4. correctSfinjaya),44, 344.
98. S'riparvata,a mountain in Telin-
S'ridhara,the same as Vishnu, 1. gana, 2.' 141 ; 4. 208. See
119. Srisaila.
S'ridhara Swamin, the same as S'riparvatlyas, a branch of the
S'ridhara Yati, Pt 46, 47, &c., Andhras, 4. 208.
114, <fec. S'riranga, the temple of, in the
S'ridhara Yati, commentator on Deccan,P. 34.
the Vishnu-purana,P. 114-116, S'risaila,a mountain near the river
et passim.SeeS'ridharaSwamin. Krishna, 2; 141; 5. 118. See
Srijavana,son of Dyutimat, son of S'riparvata.
Pandu(?),1. 152. S'risantakarna_H),S'risantakarni
INDEX. 189

(% variantsof S'ritiatakarni,
4. S'rutadeva,
daughter
of S'ura,son
*95- of Devamid'husha, variously
S'risatakarni,
S'risatakarni
(?),son married,4. 101,103, 104.
of Krishna,brotherof S'ipraka, S'rutadharas,
a castein S'almala-
4. 195.196,198,201,202,345. dwipa,2. 195.
Sfisht'i(M), variantof Yuddha- Srutakarman,
sonof Sahadeva,
musht'i,4. 99. sonof Basra,4. 159.
S'risht'i
(??),
variantof S'lisht'i,son Srutakarman
(??),
variantof S'ruta-
of Dhruva,5. 388. sravas,sonof Somapi,4. 151.
Sfisht'i-khand'a,a part of the S'rutakirtti,sonof Arjuna, sonof
Padnm-puraria,
P. 30,83. Pand'u,
4. 159.
Sfisht'i-lila,' sportof creation/P. S'rutakirtti,daughterof S'ura,son
41. of Devamid'husha, and wife of
S'ri-sukta, a supposititiousVaidik Dhfisbt'aketu,king of the Ivai-
hymn,1. 144. keyas,4. 101, 103; 5. 82.
S'ritala, a Patala, or underworld, Srutatijaya, son of Senajit, son of
2. 209. Bfihatkannan, 4. 174.
Sfitanjaya (??),variant of S'rutan- S'rutasarman(??),variant of S'ruta-
jaya, son of Senajit, 4. 174. sravas,son of Somapi, 4. 151.
S'rivatsa, a mystical mark borne S'rutasena,an astronomer,referred
by Krishna, 2. 94; 4. 268; 5. to the court of King Vikrama-
5> *3, 35, *24, 238. ditya, P. 9.
S'rivatsa,the Jainamysticalmark S'rutasena,
variouslygenealogized,
so called,5. 124. 4. 152, 162.
S'roni,a river in India, 2. 155. S'rutasena
(??),
variantof S'urasena,
S'ronf,variant of Yoni, the river sonof S'atrughna,
3. 319.
so called, 2. 194. S'rutasena.(?), variant of S'ruta-
Srotas, S'rotas (?), substituted, soma,4. 159.
perhaps wrongly, for PrataH, S'rutasoma,son of Bhfmasena or
the Yaksha,2. 287,292. Bhima,sonof Pand'u,4. 159.
S'rotriya,thetermdefined,3. 174- S'rutasravas,
son of Somapi,son
i76. of Sahadeva,4. 151, 173.
S'ruta, ' sacredtradition/ son of S'rutasravas, daughter of S'ura,
Dharma, the Prajapati, 1. no. son of Devamid'husha,and wife,
S'ruta,sonof Bhaglratha,3. 303, of Damaghosha,
4. 101, 103.
3i5- S'rutavat,the sameas S'rutasravas,
S'ruta,sonof Upagu,3. 334. sonof Somapi,4. 173.
S'ruta,
sonofKrishnaandKalindi, S'rutavinda,
ariverin Kusa-dwfpa,
5. 79,107. 2. 197.
S'ruta(??),
variantof Susruta,
son S'rutayu(?),-variantof S'rutayus,
of Subhisa,3. 334. sonof Pururavas, 4. 13.
190 INDEX.

S'rutayus,sonof Bhanuratha,son Sthanu,a nameof Eudraor Siva,


of Chandragiri, 3. 321. 1. 103 ; 5. 389.
S'rutayuSjson of Arisht'anerni,3. Sthanu,a Tirtha sacredto Siva,
334- ,p-,75;,
S'rutayus,
sonof Pururavas,
sonof Sthaxiwiswara,
a district in India,
Bud ha, 4. 13. 2. 143 J 5. 388.
S'rutayus(']?),
variantof AyutasVa, Sthavara,what, in philosophy,5.
3. 303- 236.
S'rutayus('??),
variantof Ayutayus, Sthiratman,what, in philosophy,
son-of S'rutavat, 4. 173. 1. 59.
S'ruti, daughter of Atri, and wife Sthiti, what, in philosophy, 3. 31,
of Kardama, 1. 154, 155; 2. 315 ; 5. 169.
263. Sthiila-maya, what, in philosophy,
S'rutiratha (?'?),variant of Kirtti- 1. 60 (where correct the spell-
ratha, 3. 331. ing) ; 5. 386.
Stamba, variant of Stambha, a Stoma, f hymn/ sprung from Brah-
feishi,3. 4. ma,1. 85, 200*
Stambamitra(V),variant of Tam- S'trirajya, 4a polyandrous king-
bamitra, 5. 250, dom/ 4. 222*
Stambha, a Eishi in the second Student, duties of a religious, 3.
Manwantara, variously genealo- 92>93-
gized, 3. 3-5,' Stuti, * prayer/ sprung from Brah-
Stanabalas,variant of Tanabalas, ma, 1. 85*
2. 180. Stutyavrata, ruler over the realm
Stanapas(*??),variant of Tauayas, of Stutyavrata, and son of Hi-
2. 181. ranyaretas, sovereign of Kusa-
Stanapayikas,variant of Stanayo- dwipa, 2. 197.
sMkas, 2. 187. Stutyavrata, a realm in Kusa-
Stanaposhikas,variant of Stana- dwipa, 2. 197.
yoskikas, 2. 187. - Subahu, a Yaksha, 2. 293.
Stanayodhikas,variant of Stana- Subahu, son of S'atrughna,son of
yoshikas, 2. 187. Dasaratha, 3. 319. Slain by
StanayosMkas,a people, 2. 187. Earna, 3. 316.
Stavas(*??),a classof Apsarases, Subahu,sonof Chitraka,4. 96.
2, 82. Subahu, son of Krishna and Ka-.
Sthala(??),variant of Chhala,3. lindi, 5. 79.
321, 323- Subalm,an Apsaras,2. 81-83.
Stka-leyu,son of Eaudraswa,4. Subahu('??),
variantof Bahugava,
128, 129. 4. 128.
Sthand'ileyu,
sonof Eaudraswa,Subahu(I?),variantof Dhruva,
4. 127, 128. son of Eantina'ra, 4. 130.
INDEX. 191

Subahuka= Subahu,
the Yaksha, Subhaswaras,
a classof Pitfis, 3.
2. 293. 339-
Subala,
sonofBhautya,
theMaim, Subhavya
(??),
variantof Subhasa,
3. 29. 3. 334-
Subala.
Subala (?),sonof Sumati, Subhima,wifeof Krishna,sonof
sonof Dfid'hasena,4. 176. Vasudeva,5. 83.
Subalaswa
(?),variantof Balaswa, S'ubhra,
husband of Vikunt'ha,3.
3. 243. 17.
S'ubhas
(?),a classof Apsarases,
Subhuja,
anApsaras,
2. 82.
2. 82. Subhumi, son of Ugrasena, son of
S'ubha,sonof Dharma,
thePraja- Ahuka,4. 99.
pati,1. in. Subhumi,variouslygenealogize'd,
S'ubha,son of Sahasraswa,
(?)3. 4 96.
321. Subhushana
(??),variantof S'anku,
Subhadra,ruler over the realm of son of Ugrasena,4. 98.
Subhadra, and son of Idhma- Substance,imperceptible, how per-
jihwa, 2. 193. ceptible,1. 66.
Subhadra,son of Krishna and Suchakshu,variant of Chakshu,
Bhadra,5. 82. the river Oxus,2. 120 (note||),
Subhadra, a division of Plaksha- 126.
dwipa,2. 193. Suchandra,
son of Hemachandra,
Subhadra,daughter of Vasudeva, son of Yisala, first king of Yai-
son of S'ura, 4 no; 5. sall, 3. 247.
344- Suchandra,(??),variant of Subha-
Subhadra,granddaughter of Ruk- dra, granddaughter of Eukmin,
min, and wife of Aniruddha, 4. 4. 112.
112; 5. 84. SucharA,an Apsaras, 2. 82.
Subhadra,wife of Arjuna, son of Sucharu, son of Pratibahu, son of
Parid'u, 4. 159, 160. Vajra, 4. 113.
Subhaga,an Apsaras, 2. Si, 82. Sucharu,son of Krishna and Rule-
Subhaga,daughter of Raudraswa, mini, 4. 113; 5. 78, 148.
and wife of Prabhakara, the Suchchhaya, wife of Slisht'i, 1.
foshi,4 129. 177.
S'ubhancharas,
a classof Apsarases, Suchetas,son of Praclietas, son of
* 2. 82. Durgama or the like, 4. 119.
Subhanu, son of Krishna and S'uchi, son of Yahni or Agni, 1.
Satyabhama, 5. 81. 156, 193. Also called son of
Subhasa,son of Sudhanwan,
son Antardhana,son of Pfithu, 1.
of S'aswata,3. 334. 193-
Subhdshana (??), variant of Su- S'uchi, India of the fourteenth
bhasa,3. 334. Manwantara,
3. 28. ^ "
INDEX.

S'uchi,a Eishi in the fourteenth Sudasa,variouslygenealogized,


3,
Manwantara, 3. 28. 33> 3^ 36? 3IS-
S'uchi,sonof S'atadyumna,
sonof Sudasa,son of Chyavana,son of
Bhanumat, 3. 333. Mitrayu, 4. 147.
S'uchi,sprungfrom Anenas,son Sudasa(8), variant of Yasud4na,
of Ay us, 4. 43. sonof Bfihadratha,4. 165.
S'uchi,sonof Andhaka,4, 97. Sudatta, one with Mitravinda,
S'uchi,son of Vipra, son of S'ru- wife of Krishna, (??) 5. 82.
tarrjaya,4. 174. (The Harivanisa clearly dis-
S'uchi, daughter of Kasyapa, son tinguishes Sudatt^ and Mitra-
of Marichi, mother of water- vinda.)
fowls, 2. 73. S'uddha,a Eishi in the fourteenth
S'uchi= Ashad'ha,a month, June- Manwantara, 3. 28.
July, 2. 261,286. S'uddha,sprungfrom Anenas,son
S'uchi, variant of Kavi, son of of Ayus, 4. 43.
Chakshusha,1. 179. S'uddhi-sraddha, a certain mor-
S'uchidratha, Suchidratna (??), tuary ceremony, 3. 147.
S'uchidrava,
variantsof S'uchi- S'uddhi-tattwa,the, a law-book,
ratha, 4. 164. referred to, 3. 131.
S'uchika,an Apsaras, 2. 8i; 82. S'uddhoda(??),variant of S'uddho-
Suchimukha,a certain hell, 2. 215. dana, 4. 169.
S'uchiratha, son of Chitraratha, S'uddhodana, variously genealo-
son of Ushna or the like, 4. 164. gized, 4. 5, 169, 170, 181.
S'uchisravas,a Prajapati, 1. 102. S'uddhodanasuta, patronyin of
Sudakshina,son of a king of the S'akya, 4. 170.
Kasis, 5'. 126, 128. Saddhodano,Pali of S'uddhodana,
Sudamaris,a people, 2. 175. 4. 170.
Sudamsht'ra,son of Samaujas,4. Sudellas,a people, 2. 166.
100. Sudeshnas
(Sudesht'as
*?),variant
Sudanta, an Apsaras, 2. 82. of Sudellas,2. 166.
Sudarsana,variously genealogized, Sudeshna, son of Krishna and
3. 314, 325- Kukmini, 5. 78.
Sudarsana
(who?), 3. 335. Sudesht'as,
a people,2, 171. See
Sudarsana, son of Ajamld'ha, 4. Sudeshnas.
148. Sudeva, son of Chunchu, 3. 289.
Sudarsana, a name of Jambu- Sudeva,son of Haryaswa, king of
dwipa, 2. no. the Kasis, 4. 40.
Sudarsana, Krishna's discus, 2. Sudeva, son of Devaka, son of
52; 5. 89, 101,117,127,128. ^.huka,4. 98.
gudas,ancestorof certain Bhojas, Sudha, wife of Yamadeva, the
2. 159. Rudra, 1. 117.
INDEX.

Sudha,'certaindivinefood/ 2. Sudhanwan,
sonof Suparswa,
4.
148. Comparedwith Amfita, 143-
2. 300. SeealsoSudhamfita. Sudhanwan,
son of Satyadhfita,
Sudhamans, certain gods in the 4. 150.
third and tenth Manwantaras, Sudhanwan(?), variant of Saih-
3. 6, 25. bhuti,sonof Dullsaha,
3. 283.
Sudhaman, a Lokapala,sonof Yi- Sudhanwan($), variant of Sud-
rajasor Viraja, &e., 1. 153; 2. yumna,sonof Abhayada, 4. 128.
, 261,262. SeeSudhanwan,the Sudhanwan,variant of Sudhanus,
Lokapala. 4. 148.
Sudbaman, ruler over the realm Sudhanwan(??),variant of Subala,
of Sudhaman,andson of Ghfita- son of Sumati, 4. 176.
pfisht'ha, king of Krauncha- S'udhar(?]),variantof Sutar,4.
dwipa, 2. 198. 95-
Sudhaman,
two 6ishis so called, Sudharma,the sameas Sudhar-
in the fifth and sixth Manwan- man, Ugrasena'spalace or hall,
taras, 3. 10-12. 5. 46,
Sudhaman,a division of Krauncha- Sudharmans, certain gods in the
dwipa, 2. 198. ninth and thirteenth Manwan-
Sudhaman,a mountain in India, taras, 3. 24, 28.
2. 142. Sudharman,a king, son of Dhar-
Sudhamfita, what, 2. 300-302; masavarnika,the eleventhMaim,
3. 56. 3.27.
Sudhanu($), variantof Sujantu, Sudharman,one of the Yiswe
4. 14. devas, 3. 192.
Sudhanus, son of Kuru, son of Sudharman, son of Suparswa, 4.
Samvarana,4. 148. 143-
Sudhanwan, a Lokapala, son of Sudharman, Ugrasena's palace or
Vairaja, 2. 86, 262, 263. See hall, 5. 46, 155.
Sudhaman,the Lokapala, Si^dharman('?'?),variant of Susar-
Sudhanwan,son of Sambhuta, 3. man, 4. 193.
284. Sudharmatman(1?), variant of
Sudhanwan, son of Ahinagu, 3. Sarvadharman,3. 27.
321. Sudhasuka,son of Chitraka, 4. 96.
Sudhanwan,
lord of Sankasya,3. Sudhavats,a classof Pitfis, 3.
333- 339-
Sudhanwan,son of S'aswata,3. Sudhis, a class of gods in the
334- fourth Manwantara, 3. 7.
Sudhanwan,the sameas S'ata- Sudhfit, in the Bhagavata-puraria,
dhanwan,son of Hfidika, 4. alternativeof Sudhfiti, son of
83. Mahavirya,3. 331.
194 INDEX.

Sudhfiti, son of Kajyavardhana, 3. Sudyumna,sonof Abhayada,4.127.


245- Sudyumna(??),variant of S'atadyu-
Sudhfiti, son of Mahavirya, son of nina, son of Bhanumat, 3. 333.
Bfihaduktha, 3. 331. Sugandha,in place of Gandhama-
Sudhfiti (']), variant of Dhfiti, son dana, the mountain so called,2.
of Babhru, 4. 67. in,
S'udras, a people, 2. 133, 183- Sugandha, an Apsaras,2. 81-83.
185; 4. 222. SeeSudraci and Sugandhi, mistress of Vasudeva,
S'udrakas. son of S'lira, 4. no.
S'udras,'the servilecaste.' Sprung Sugavi, variant of Susandhi, son
from the feet of Brahma, 1. 89, of Prasruta, 3. 325.
90. Their duties,,3. 87. Names Sughora, husband of IJpadanavi,
fitting for them, 3. 99, 100. by one account,4. 132.
And see the article last pre- Sugrfva,a horseof Krishna,4. 83.
ceding. Sugrivi, daughter of Kasyapa and
S'udra, daughter of Eaudraswa, Tamra, and mother of horses,
and wife of Prabhakara, the camels,and asses,2. 73.
iVishi,4. 129. Suhmas,
a people,
2. 165;4. 122.
Sudraci, the, of Pliny, S'udras,2. Suhma, son of Bali, son of Su-
i85. tapas, 4. 122.
S'udra-dharma-tattwa,the, a law- Suhma, a country said to lie to
book, on the duties of S'udras, the eastof Bengal, 2. 165, 177;
referred to, or cited, 3. 89, 4. 123.
S'udrakas= S'udras,the people so Suhotra, variously genealogized,
called, 2. 184. 4. 138-140.
S'udraka,a king named in the Suhotra,son of Kanchana,4. 14,
Harshacharita, 3. 318, 138, 139-
S'udraka,a king (another?),named Suhotra,sonof Sudhanus,
4. 148.
in the Skanda-purana, 4. 195. Suhotra,sonof Sahadeva,
sonof
S'udrakamalakara = S'tidra-dhar- Dasra, 4. 159.
ma-tattwa,3. 89. Suhotra(??),variant of S'ruta,son
Sudyota(1?),variant of Pradyo- of Bhagiratha,3. 303.
tana,sonof Sunika,ministerof Suhotra(?),variantof Sujantu,4.
Eipunjaya, 4. 178. 14.
Sudyu(T]), variantof Sudyumna, Suhotra,variant of S'unahotra,4.
sonof Abhayada,4. 128. 30, 31, 138, 139, Peculiarly
Sudyumna,or. Ila, offspring of genealogized,
4. 136,
Yaivaswata,the Manu,P. 101, Suhotfi, sonof Vitatha or ]Bhara-
107- 3. 234-237, 239. dwaja, 4. 136.
Sudyumna,son of Cbakshusba, Sulni('??),
variantof Subhftmi,son
the Manu,1. 177; 3. 13. of Ugrasena,4. 99.
INDEX.

Sujalmu
(I?),variantof Sujantu, Suketu,variouslygenealogized,
4.
4. 14. 37-
Sujantu,
sonof Jalinu,sonof Su- Suketu('??),variantof Bhavan-
hotra,4. 14. manyu,4. 136.
Snjatas,
a tribe,4. 59. Sukha,: enjoyment,'
sonof Dhar-
Sujata,son of Bharata,son of ma,the Prajapati,
1. no, in.
Talajangha, 4. 57. Sukha,Varuna's
city,2. 240. See
Sujyesht'lia, variously genealo- Mukhya, <fcc.,named in the
gized, 4. 191. samepage.
S'uka,sonof Vyasa,P. 40, 41,46, Sukhabala,sonof oSTfichakshus,
4.
49, S3*&c-'>4- T42,230. 164, 165.
S'uka(11), variant of Asokavar- Sukhada,a division of Plaksha-
dhana,&c., 4. 188. dwipa, and ruled over by Su-
Sukalas, sonsof Vasisllt'ha,Pitfis khodaya, 2. 191.
ofthe Brahmans,
dwellingin the Sukhinala('??),variant of Sukha-
region called Manasa, 3. 159, bala, 4. 165.
163, 165. Sukhinandi(11),variant of Sushi-
Sukalins, the sameas Sukalas, 3. nandi, 4. 211.
*63> l65, 339- Sukhodaya,ruler over the realm of
Sukandakas,
a people,2. 173. Sukhada,andsonof Medhatithi,
Sukanya,daughterof S'aryati,son sovereignof Plaksha-dwipa,2.
of the Maim Vaivaswata, and 191.
wife of Chyavana,
the 6ishi, 3. S'uki, daughterof Kasyapa,wife
248, '342, 343. of Garud'a,and mother of par-
S'likara,Siikara(11),a hell, 2. 214, rots, owls,and crows,2. 73.
216. See the next. S'ukla, son of Havirdhana, 1. 193,
Sukaramukha (11),a hell, 2. 215. S'ukla,a mountainin Krauncha-
Seethe last. dwipa,2. 198.
Sukarmans,certain gods in the S'ukla,thesameasS'weta,a moun-
twelfth and thirteenth Manwan- tain in India, 2. nr.
taras,3. 27, 28. S'ukla,a river in S'almala-dwipa,
Sukarman,son of Sumantu,&c., 2. 194.
discipleof Jaimini,and teacher S'ukla,a river in Krauncha-dwipa,
of theSama-veda, 3. 58, 60, 6r. 2. 198.
Sukarman,son of S'waphalka,4 S'ukra,sonof Bhava,1. 117. Said
96. to havesprungfromBhfigu,2.
Sukesi,
anApsaras,
2.82. 259. Preceptor
oftheDaityas,
Suketana (??),variantof Suketu, 3. 19. Identifiedwith the
( 4- 37- planetVenus,&e.,1. 117,&c.;
Suketu,son of Nandivardhana, 4. 2, 47. His car andhorses,
sonof Udavasu, 3. 331. 2. 304. AndseeUsanas.
196 INDEX.

S'ukra, son of Vasisht'ha,tlie Pra- Sukumara, ruler over the realm of


japati, 1. 155. Sukumara, and son of Bhavya,
S'ukra, son of Havirdhana, 1. 192. king of S'aka-dwipa,2. 198.
S'ukra, a Irlislii in the fourteenth Sukumara, variously genealogized,
Manwantara, 3. 28. 4- 37, 38.
S'ukra, the sameas Jyaisht'ha, or Su.kumara,son of S'wetakarna,4.
elseAshad'ha,a month,2. 261, l63'
286. Sukumara, a division of S'aka-
S'ukrci(??),variant of S'ukla,a river dwipa, 2. 198.
in S'almala-dwipa,2. 194. Sukumaraka,son of Jambavat, 4.
Sukfita, a Prajapati in the second 76, &c.
Manwantar a, son of Vasisht'ha, Sukumari, a river in S'aka-dwipa,
3.5. 2. 199.
Sukfita, a river in Plaksha-dwipa, Sukut'yas,a people,2. 156.
2. 192. S'ulapani, an epithet of S'iva, 5.
Sukfiti, a liislii in the tenth Man- 119. King of the Bhutas, '2.
wan tani, 3. 26. 86.
Sukfiti, son of Pfithu, son of Para, S'ulapani, an author, cited, or re-
4. 141. ferred to, 3. 89, 90, 102.
Sukfiti (11),variant of Kfitwf, 4. S'ulaprota,a hell, 2: 215.
142. Sulochana,an Apsaras,2. 82.
Sukshattra, son of Mramitra, son Sumalin, a Rakshasa, 1. iSS
of Ayutayus,4. 174. (wherecorrectthe spelling).
Sukshetra, son of Brahmasavarna, Sumallikas, a people,2. 175.
3. 26. Sumalya, son of Nanda, son of
Sukshetra ($), variant of Sukshat- Mah<mandin,4. 185.
tra, 4. 174. Sumalyaka,the sameas Malyavat,
S'ukt^ (W), variant of S'ukla, a 2. in.
river iqi S'^lmala-dwipa, 2. 194. Simiana, wife of Dama, son of
S'ukti,thesame
asS'uktimat,2.113. Narishyanta,3. 245.
S'uktimat, a mountain-chainin Sumanases(plural of Sumanas),a
India, the east and north por- classof godsin the twelfth Man-
tions of the Vindhya range, 2. wantara, 3. 27.
127, 128, 131, 132, 140, 141, Sumanas,sonof Uru, 1. 177. Also
*53-i55> 34; 4- 64, called son of Ulmuka, 1. 178.
S'uktimati, a riyer in India, 2. Sumanas,son of Haryaswa,3. 284.
132, 153- Sumanas, a mountain-range in
S'uktimati,a city nearthe &ik- Plaksha-dwipa,
2. 191.
shavatmountain,4. 64. Sumanas(??),variant of Sudhan-
Sukulya(?]),variant of Sumalya, wan,sonof Satyadhfita,4. 150.
4. 185. Sumanga,a river in India, 2. 154.
INDEX* 197

Sumanta
('??),
Variantof Sush- Sumedhas,
a classof Pitris,sons
yanta, 4. 132. of some Kardama, 3. 164.
Sumantra
(M),variant
ofSuvarria,Sumedhases
(pluralofSumedhas),
sonof Antariksha,4, n6g. a classof godsin thefifth Man-
Sumantu
(who?),rehearser
of the wantaraj
3. 9.
Bhavishya-puraria,
P. 63. Sumedhas,
a Kishi in the sixth
Sumantu^discipleof Vyasa,and Manwantara,3. 12.
teacherof the Atharva-veda, 3. Sumeru, the same as Meru, the
42, 61, 62. fabulousmountain,1. 129; 5.
Sumantu? sonand discipleof Jai- 387-
minij and teacherof the Saina- Sumitra, son of Vrishni, son of
veda,3. 58. Satwata,4. 73, 74.
Sumantu
(??),
variantof SujantUj Sumitra,
fatherof a Chitraka,ac-
4. 14. cordingto the Linga-purana,4.
Sumati, the fifth Tirthakara, or 94-
Jainasaint,sonof Bharata,son Sumitra, insteadof Chitraka, in
of foshabha,2. 105-107. the Bhagavata-purana, 4. 96.
Sumati,descendedfromAtri; dis- Sumitra, son of Suvariia,son of
ciple of Romaharsharia, and Antariksha,4. 169.
teacher of the Puraiias, 3. 64, Sumitra, son of Suratha, son. of
65- Kund'aka,4. 172. He is the
Sumati,variouslygenealogized,3. last of the raceof Ikshwaku.
247, 248, Sumitra,sonof Agnimitra, sonof
Sumati,sonof Nfiga or Nabhaga^, Pushpamitra,4. 172, 191.
3- 335- Sumitra,sonof Krishnaand Jam-
Sumati,in the Bhagavata-purana, bavati, 5. 79.
insteadof Tamsu,4. 129, 130. Sumitra(?*?), variantof Sukshattra,
Sumati,variouslygenealogized,4. 4. 174.
143- Sumukhi,an Apsaras,2. 81-83.
Sumati,sonof Dfid'hasena,
4. 176. Sumurtyas(??),variantof Maur-
Sumati, daughter of Kratu, and yas, 4. 190.
wife of Yajnavama,1. 155. Sun, the. Offspringof Kasyapa
Sumati,daughterof Kasyapa,son and Aditi, 2. 27, 259; 3. 117,
of Marichi, and wife of Sagara, 230, 231, 296, 343. Called
3. 297, 298. son of Brahma,3. 343. His
Sumatya(?]),variantof Sumalya, wife and progeny,3. 20; 4.
4. 185. 102, 103, 126. An object of
S'umbha, a demon slain by Yo- worship in the Veda, P. 3. An
ganidra, 4. 261. object of worship in the Pu-
Sumbha(1?),variant of Suhma, ranas,P. 27; 3. 56, 116, 117;
sonof Bali, 4. 122. 5. 261, 263, &c. Especially
i98 INDEX.

worshippedby the Magas,5. 4. 74, 75. Seealso Xditya,


381-385. Originator of the Adityas, As wins,Bli&skara,Kas-
Solarian dynasty, 3. 230, &c. yapa, N&satyas, Savitfi, Ravi,
His car andsevenhorses,the lat- Surya, Vivaswat.
ter beingthemetresoftheVeda, Sunabha
(11),variantof SunAman,
or Gayatri, Bfihati, Ushnih, 4. 98.
Jagati, Trisht'ubh,Anusht'ubh, Sunaha (^), variant of Sujantu,4.
Patikti, 2. 239. His city, on 14.
Mount Meru, 2. nS, 124. S'unahotra, son of Kshattravfid-
Galled lord of cattle, 4. 249. dha, 4. 30, 31. SeeSuhotra.
He presides over the eyes, 1. S'unaKsepba, variously genealo-
38. His diurnal course,2. 242. gized, 3. 289; 4. 25, <fec.
His northern declination,and S'unaka,discipleof Pathya,and
his southern,2. 245, 246. The teacherof the Atharva-veda,3.
cause of rain, 2. 279; 4. 249. 62.
His attendantsin the several S'unaka, sonof Giltsamada, 4. 31,
monthsof the year,2. 284, <kc. 32>40.
Mysticalaccountof him, 2. 295, S'unaka(another*?), 5. 218.
&c. His functions,2. 297. His S'unaka(?'!),variantof Sunaya,son
sevenprincipalrays, 2. 297, of iiita, 3. 335.
298. At the end of the world, S'unaka(^), variantof Sunika,4.
his raysdilate into sevensuns, i76, i78.
called Aroga, Bhraja, Pat'ara, Sunakshaira,son of Marudeva, 4.
Patanga,Swarnara,Jyotishimat, 168.
and Yibhasa,accordingto the Sunakshatra(11),variant of Su-
Taittiriya - aranyaka, but else- kshattra, 4. 174.
where named somewhat differ- Sundman,son of Ugrasena,son of
ently, 5. 191. He has his teeth Ahuka, 4. 98 ; 5. 41.
knocked down his throat by Sun&mnl, wife of Yasudeva, son
Yirabhadra, 1. 131 - 4. 339. of S'ura, 4. no.
He is harassedby the Mande- Sunanda,daughter of Vidiiratha,
has, certain Rakshasas,2. 249, and wife of Yatsaprf, 3. 242.
250, 252. He is placed on a Sunandd, characterizedas S&rva-
lathe, by Yiswakarman, and an seni, wife of Bharata, son of
eighth part of his effulgence Dushyanta, 4. 136.
is groundoff, 3. 21, 22. In the Sunandana (??), variant of Sun-
form of a horse, he communi- darasiitakarnin, 4. 197.
cates the White Yajur-veda to Sunasa,a river, 2. 151.
Y&jnavalkya., 3. 57, He be- Sunayas,a people, 2. 181.
friendsSattrajita,and bestows Sunaya,
sonof6ita?sonof Yijaya,
the Syamantaka
jewel on him, 3. 335-
INDEX. 199

Sunaya,sonof Pariplava,4. 165. teacherof theSama-veda,


3. 58,
Simda, son of Nisunda, 2. 69 ; 4. 60.
250. S'unyabandhu, sonof Triiiabindu,
Sundara(1?),variant of Kukura, 3. 246.
4. 97. Sunyati (]?), variant of S'aryati,
Simdarasdtakarnin, Sundaruswa- son of Panchi (?), 4. 46.
tikarria, son of Pravilasena,&c., Suparas (t?), variant of Taras, a
4. 197, 201, 202. class of gods so called, 3. 27.
Sundari,daughterof Vais\vaiiara, Suparna,the sameas Garud'a,son
2. 71. of Kasyapa, 1. 191; 2. 73, 74.
Sundari (??),variant of Sutara, 4, Suparna, the same as Viiiata, 2.
95- 28, 73-
Sunetra (?), variant of Dharma, Suparna, a mountain in Plaksha-
son of Suvrata, 4. 175. dwipa, 2. 193.
Sunetra(']]), variant of Drid'ha- Suparna,variant of Suvariia,son
sena,4. 175. of Antariksha, 4. 169.
Sunetra (??),variant of Susrama, Suparna, variant of Puny a, the
4- 175- river, 2. 154.
Sunetra,variant of Sunita, 4. 176. Suparswa, son of Suvarchas, 3.
S'ungas,a dynasty, 4. 190, 192, 334-
203, 212, 232. Suparswa, son of S'rutayus,son of
Sunika, minister of Bipunjaya, 4. Arisht'anemi, 3. 334.
i78. Suparswa,variously genealogized,
Sunita, son of Subala, son of Su- 4. 143.
mati, 4. 176. Suparswa,a mountain serving as
Sunitha, son of Sariinati, son of buttress to Me'ru, on the north,
Alarka, 4. 37. 2. in, 115, 116.
Sunitha,sonof Sushena,
4. 164. Suparswa(??),variantof Suyasas,
Sunitha, daughter of Mfityu, and 4. 188.
wife of Anga, a descendant of Suparswaka,the same as Supar-
Atri, i. 177, 179. swa, son of S'rutayus,3. 334.
Sunitha(&); variantof Sunita,4. Suparswaka,son of Chitraka, 4.
i76. 96.
Suniti, wife of Uttanapada,1. Suparvas,a classof gods in the
159, <fec. twelfth Manwantara,
' accord ins;
O
Sunfita, wife of Uttanapada,1. to the Vayu-purana (??),3. 27.
iS9, *75>X76. (Tarasmaybethe correctname.)
Siiufita, an Apsaras,2. 82, 83. Suparvan,one of the Vis"we devas,
SunutaC??),
variantof Sujantu,4. 3. 192.
14. Suparvan(M),variantof Suvarna,
Sunwat, son of Surnantu,and sonof Antariksha,4. 169.
2OO IXDEX.

Suprabba,ruler over the realmof S'ura,a king (who1),4. 126.


Suprabha,
andsonof Vapush- S'ura,son of Ailina or Ilina, 4.
mat, king of S'almala-dwipa,2. 132.
194. S'ura, son of Krishna and Bhadra,
Suprabha,
wifeof Kfisaswa,2.337. 5. 82.
Suprabha,'
a division of S'almala- Sura,the goddessof wine,1. 147.
dwipa,2. 194. SeeMadira and Varuni.
Suprabha,variant of Prabha, Sura,a zoniformseaof wine, sur-
daughterof Swarbhanu,2. 70. rounding S'almala-dwipa,and
(ProbablySuprabhais the pre- surroundedby Kusa-dwipa,2.
ferablereading.) I95\
Suprabhata, a river in Plaksha- Surabhi, daughter of Daksha,wife
dwipa, 2. 193. of Kasyapa, and parent of cows
Supranita(^),variantof Supratika, andbuffaloes,2. 25, 26, 75.
4. 168. Surabhi, a fabulous cow, yielding
Supratika, variously genealogized, every desire,producedwhen the
4. 168. oceanwas churned,1. 144, 147.
Supratika, a Bahlikaking, 4. 214. Kartavirya carriesher off, 4. 21.
Supratipa,sonof Pratikaswa(11), ComesfromGoloka,in company
4. 168. with Indra, and visits Krishna,
Supratisht'hita, an Apsaras, 2. 82. 4. 319.
Suprayoga,
a river in India, 2. 148. S'urabhii(??)>variantof Sutanu,
Supreme condition of Vishnu, 2. daughter of Ugrasena, son of
90. Ahuka, 4. 99.
Supriya,an Apsaras,2. Si* Suradhi (11),variant of Ruchira-
Saras,a generalterm for the gods, dhi, 4. 137.
4. 147, 190; 5. 109, 247. Sfaraka(11),variant of S'udraka,4.
S'uras,a people,2. 133, 134, 185 ; 195-
4. 222, 224. Suraksba, perhaps the name, in
S'uras, a tribe, 4. 61. the Yayu-purana, of the Vyasa
S'ura,son of Arjuna, sonof Kfi- in the fourteenthDwaparaage,
tavirya, 4. 57. 3. 37-
S'ura,son of Bhajamana,son of Surakshaya(11),variant of Guru-
Satwata, 4. 72. kshepa, 4. 167.
S'ura,son of Viduratha, son of Surama(11),variantof Surasa,the
Bhajamana,4. 99, 100. Apsaras, 2. 8r.
S'ura,son of Devamid'husha,
son Suramid'ha(11),variant of Puru-
of Hfidika, 4. 100 (where once rnld'ha, 4. 140.
correct the spelling); 5. 391. Surana, a river in India, 2. 151.
S'ura, son of Vasudeva,son of Suranga(11),variant of Maninga
S'ura, 4. 109, (??), 2. 154.
INDEX. 201

Surapas
(n), variantof Taras,
a SuratMC??),
variant
of Surasa,
an
classof godsso called,3. 27. Apsaras,2. 81.
Surarani,an epithet of Aditi, Surendra,
an epithetof Indra,4.
daughterof Daksha,5. 96. 3M-
Suras,daughterof Daksha,wife Sureswara,a Eudra, 2. 25.
of Kasyapa,and motherof a Surgery,branches
of, specified
and
thousandmany-headedserpents defined, 4. 33.
or dragons,2. 26, 73, 74. Sunnya,wife of Anuhrada,2. 69.
Surasa,an Apsaras,
2. 81-83. Surnto (??),an Apsaras,2. 82.
Surasa,daughter of Raudraswa, Surochana,ruler overthe realmof
and wife of Prabhakara, the Surochana, and son of Yajna-
6ishi, 4. 129. bahu,king of S'almala-dwfpa,
2.
Surasa,a river in India, 2. 130, 195-
132. Surochana,
a divisionof S'almala-
S'urasenas,a people, inhabiting dwipa, 2. 195.
Mathura, 2. 156, 173, 341. See Surochis, son of Yasisht'ha, the
Suraseni. Prajapati, 1. 155.
S'urasenas,a dynasty, 4. 184. Surottanaa,an Apsaras, 2. 82.
S'urasenas,a tribe, 4. 58. S'urparaka, a certain maritime
Surasena,S'urasena(??),son of S'a- district, of uncertain locality,
' trughna, 3. 319, 4. 24.
S'urasena,
son of Arjuna, sou of Suruchija Gandharva,
2. 285,(fee.
Kartavirya, 4. 57, Suruchi, wife of Uttanapada, 1.
S'lirasena,the upper part of the 159, &C.; 3. 5.
Doab,2. 143. Surund'as(??),variant of Gururi-
Suraseni,the, of Arrian,-identified d'as, 4. 206.
with the peoplecalled S'ura- Surupas,a classof gods in the
senas,2. 156. fourth Manwantara, 3. 7.
Surasht'ras,
a people,2. 169. Surupas(??),variant of Taras,a
Surasht'ra,
acountry,
nowpopular- classof godssocalled,3. 27.
ly calledSurat,4. 205. Surupa,an Apsaras,2. Si, 82.
Suratha,
aking,subsequently
born Surya,the Sun,P. 27; 2. 124;
astheManuSavarni,3. 22. 3- 5^; 4. 75, 126,249,339;
Suratha,
variouslygenealogized,5. 261,263,&c.&c.,381,382.
4- 152, 153- See Sun.
Suratha,
sonofNfibandhu, 4.164. Suryaka
($),variantof Janaka,
Suratha,
sonofKurid'aka,4. 171. sonofVisakharupa,4. 179.
Suratha
(??),variantof Dhruva,Suryakanta,
a certainprecious
sonof Kantinara,
4. 130. stone,4. 85.
Suratha
(??),
variantof Sunaya,Siiryapfd'a,
sonof Parikshit,
4.
sonof Pariplava,4. 165.
INDEX.

Surya-siddhanta,the, an astro- Sashumna,a certain ray of the


nomical work, referred to, 1. sun,2.297,298; 3. 55; 5. 191.
51; 2. 207; 3. 163. Sushyanta,
variously
genealogized,
Suryavarchas,a Gandharva,2. 4. 132.
285, <fec. Susila,daughterof a Madraking,
Susambhavya,son of Eaivata, and wifeof Krishna,5. 78, 81.
Mana of the fifth Manwantara, (If the Puranasharmonize,of
3. ii. the various Madris it is not
Susamedhases
(?),variantof Sume- Susila,but Mitravinda,that is
dhases,3. 9. referred to in 5. 107.)
Susanago,Pali nameof a king, 4. Susima,sonof Bindusara,4. 186.
185. (He is confounded with Susratna,son of Dharma,son of
the S'isunagaor S'isunaka
of the Suvrata,4. 175.
Puranas.) Su&ravas,
a Prajapati,according
Susandhi,son of Mandhatfi, 3. to the V4yu-purana3 1. 102.
297. Susruta,a writer on medicine,his
Susandhi, sonof Prasusruta,
3.325. probableage, &c., P. 61 ; 4.
Susanti,Indra of the third Man- 33-
wantara,3. 5. Susruta, variously genealogized,
Susanti,sonof S'anti,sonof Nila, 3-334-
4. 144. Susruta(11),variant of Susrama,
Susarmans(??),variant of Sutra- ^ 4. 175.
mans,3. 28. Sustuta,sonof Suparswa,sonof
Susarman,son of Narayana,son Suvarchas, 3. 334.
of Bkuinimitra,4. 193, 194. Suswadhas(?'?),a classof Pitfis,
Sushena, a Yaksha,2. 285,<fec. sonsof Kardama,3. 159, 164.
Sushena, sonof Jamadagni,4. 20. Suswadha,the sameas Swadha,
Sushena, sonof Vasudeva, son of 'a benediction/3. 185.
S'ura,4. no. Sutas,a caste,comprisinggenea-
Sushena,variously genealogized, logists,bards,andcharioteers, 4.
4. 163, 164. 126.
Sushena,
sonof Krishnaand Buk- Suta,the originalherald,or bard,
mini, 5. 78. his origin, 1. 184, <fec.Seealso
Sushinandi, son of Dharma, son P. 18, 30, and Sutas.
of Hamachandra,4. 211. Suta, the sameas Romaharsharla,
S'ushirnandi
(?]),variantof Sushi- P. i8> 33>37?38>40, 52?58>
nandi, 4. 211. &S, 77> 78? %i > 3- 42, 64, 65,
S'ushmins,a castein Kusa-dwipa, 72, 332. Calledsonof Loina-
2. 195. harshana, P. 45.
Sushoma,the sameasSindhu,the Suta (ft), oneof the Viswedevas,
river Indus, 2. 121 3. 192.
INDEX. 203

Siitaka,what,in legalphraseology,Sutramans,
a classof godsin the
3. 130. thirteenth Manwantara,3. 28.
Sutala,a particularPatala,or un- S'utudri,the sameas S'atadru,2.
derworld, 2. 209. 121.
Sutanu, son of Ugrasena, son of Suvania, a river, identified, by
Ahuka, 4. 99. Colonel Wilford, with what is
Sutanu, daughter of Ugrasena, now known as the Ramganga,
son of Ahuka, 4. 99. 2- 151.
Sutanu, mistress of Vasudeva,son Suvamsa,son of Vasudeva, son of
of S'ura, 4. no. S'ura, 4. in (where correct the
Sutapas,a classof gods in the spelling),344.
eighth Manwautara, according Suvapus, variant of Vapus, an
to the Bliagavata-purana,3. 24. Apsaras,2. 8r.
Sutapas(identifiablewith Sutapas, Suvarchala,wife of Hudra,oneof
a Eishi, namedbelow?),sonof the Eudras,1. 117.
Vasisht'ha,1. 155. Suvarchas,son of Swagata,3.
Sutapas,a king, son of Tamasa, 334-
Manu of the fourth Manwan- Suvarman, sonof Chitraka,4. 96.
tara, 3. 8. Suvarman, son of Drid'hanemi, 4.
Sutapas, a Irtishi, or Eishis, so .143-
^
called,in the twelfth and thir- Suvarna,sonof Antariksha,sonof
teenthManwantaras, 3. 27, 28. Kimnara,4. 169.
Sutapas,sou of Hema, son of Suvarna,a weight of gold, equi-
Ushadratha, 4. 122. valent to 80 Eaktis, or about
Sutapas('??),
variantof Tanayas, 2. 175 grainsTroy,2. 216 ; 5. 84.
181. Suvarnaroman,son of Maharoman,
Sutapas(??),
variantof Sunaya,son 3. 332.
of Pariplava,4. 165. Suvarthachi(?), a river in India,
Sutapas(??),variant of Suvarna, 2. 149.
son of Antarikslia, 4. 169. Suvasa,sonof Sudamsht'ra,4. 100,
Sutara,daughter of S'\vaphalka,4. Suvasini, the term defined, 3. 124.
"95- Suvastra, variant of Suvastu, 2.
Siita-samhita,
a partof the Skanda- 149.
puraria,P. 73. Suvastu,a river iu India, 2. 149,
Sutejas(M),variantof Sudeva,son 340-
of Chunchu,3. 289. Suvasu,an Apsaras,2. 83.
Siitika,what,in legalphraseology, Suvatd,an Apsaras,2. 83.
3. 196. Suvela,the sameas Trikut'a,the
Sutirtha(W),variant of Sunitha, mountain,2. 141.
sonof Sushena, 4. 164. Suvibhu, son of Vibha, son of
Sutoya,son of Suvarchas, 3. 334. Satyaketu,4. 37, 38.
204 INDEX.

Suvidarbhas^
a people,their origin, Pitfis, particularly of the Agni-
4. 121. shwattasand Barhishads, 1.109,
Suvira, son of S'ibi, son of Usi- 119,156,157. A nameof "Vish-
nara, 4. 121. nu, 5, 253. Identified with, a
Suvira, son of Ksliemya,son of mysticalejaculation,1. 148; 3.
Ugrayudha, 4. 144. 123, 186 " 4. 267 -, 5. 179. See
Suvira (W),variant of Pravira,4. also1. no, 188, and Suswadha.
127. Swadha,wife of Angiras, accord-
Suvrata, son of Kritanjaya, son of ing to the Bhdgavata-purana,2,
Dharmin, 4. 169. 29.
Suvrata, son of Ksliemya,sonof Swadhamans,
variant of Sudha-
S'uchi, 4. 175. mans,3. 6.
Suvrata,sonof Nfibhfita, 4. 175. Swadhaman(?]),variant of Stidha-
Suvrata;an Apsaras,2. 83. man,the 1-lishiso called,3. 10.
Suvrata,daughterof Daksha,the Swadhls(1?),variant of Sudhis,3.
Prajapati, 3. 24. 7-
Suvrata, variant of Darva, son of Swddhyaya,what^ 3. 77; 5. 137,
Usinara, 4. 121. 216, 229.
Suvrata, variant of Susrama, 4* Swagata, variously genealogized,
175- 3- 334-
Stivfitta, anApsaras,2. 81 (where Sw&ha,' offering.' Daughter of
correct the spelling), 82, 337. Daksha and Prasuti, and wife
Suyajna, variant of Tamas,son of of Yah-ai,1. 109. Wife of Abhi-
Prithusravas, 4. 63. manin, one of the Agnis, 1. 155,
Suyasa,an Apsaras, 2. 81. 156. A name of Vishnu, 5. 253.
Suyasas,son of Asobivardhana, Identified with a mystical eja-
4. 188. culationj 1. 148; 3. 123, 181,
Suyodhana, variant of Anenas, 338. See also 1. no, 119; 4.
son of Kakutstha or Puranjaya, 267; 5. 179.
3. 263. Swaha, wife of Pasupati, the
Swabh4va,what, in philosophy, 1. Kudra, 1. 117.
68. Swdha($), variant of Swahi, 4. 61.
S'wabhojana,a certain hell, 2. 215, Swahi, son of Vfijinivat, 4. 61.
220. Swairatha, ruler over the realm of
Swabhiimi(?),variantof Subhiimi, Swairatha,and son of Jyotish-
son of Ugrasena,4. 99. mat, king of Kusa-dwipa, 2.
Swadha, 'oblation.3 Daughter of *95-
Daksha and Prasiiti, 1. 109, Swairatha, a division of Kusa-
119. Daughter of Agni, wife dwipa, 2. 195.
of Kavi, and mother of the Swaketu, variant of Suketu, son
Somapas,3. 162. Wife of the of ISTandivardhana,3. 331.
INDEX.

Swakslias
(??),variantof Suhmas, timesidentified
2. 165. ic$$fog8*
Swaloya($), variant of Khaliya, Swarga.
3. 46. Swarnabhaj,
variant of Swarnara,
Swamati(?),variantof Sumati,3. 5. 191.
247. Swarnaprastha,
an island,perhaps
S'waphalka, variously genealo- fabulous, 2. 129.
gized,4. 87, <fcc.,93, 94, 335 Swarnara,a certainsun,5. 191.
(wheretheaccentis brokenoff). Swarnarekha,a river in India, 2.
S'waphalki, patronym of Aknira, 154-
4. 88. Swarnaroman,the same as Suvar-
Swa-prakasa,a commentaryon the naroman,3, 332.
Vishnu-pur
ana,P. 115. Swarnaroman
(??},
variantof Swar-
Swaraj, the same as Brahma, 1. nara, 5. 191.
170, 172. Swarochis,son of Kala, the Gan-
Swaraj, a certain ray of the sun, dharva, 3. 2.
2. 297, 298. Swarochisha,Mann of the second
Swarand'as(T?),variant of Murun- Manwaritara,variously genealo-
d'as, 4. 206. gized, 3, i, 2, ir, 16, 17.
Swarapuranjaya,variant of Para- Swarochisha, a Manwantara, P.
puranjaya, sonof S'esha,4. 212. 76; 1. 153; 2.26, 108; 3. 22.
Swarasa,
a mountainin S'almala- Swanipas(??),variantof Surupas,
dwipa, 2. 195. 3. 7.
Swarasht'ras
(??),a people,2. 169. Swarupa,what,in philosophy,1.
See Surasht'ras. 68.
Swarbhauu,son of Kasyapa, son Swarvlthi, wife of Vatsara, son of
of Marichi,2. 70. Dhruva,1, 178; 5. 388.
Swarbhdnu,the sameas Rahu, son S'wasa,' asthma/ 5. 202.
of Viprachitti,2. 71, 259, 304; Swasanibhavya
('??),
variantof Su-
4. 3> 343- sambhavya,3. 11.
Swarbhanu,son of Krishnaand Swastika, a particular diagram
Satyabhama,5. Si. usedin mysticalceremonies, 2.
Swarga,son of Bhima, the Eudra, 211.
i. n7. Swastik4sana,
what, in the Yoga
Swarga,the sameas Indra-loka, philosophy,5. 230.
1. 98; 3. 143, 302 " 5. 93, 144. Swastyatreyas, certain Brahman
On MountMeru, 2. 125. And families,4. 129.
seeSwar-loka, Swastyayana, definedas a prayer
Swarga-khand'a,
a part of the to avert all evil, 4. 278.
Padma-purana,P. 30, 31. Swaswadhas (W),variant of Su-
Swar-loka,a
supernalregion,some- medhas,certainPitfis, 3. 164.
206 INDEX.

Swati, son of Urn. L 177, 179. S'weta, ruler over the realm of
Swati,sonof Meghaswati, 4. 200. S'weta,and son of Vapushmat,
Swati,Swati (?'?),
a certain aster- king of S'almala-dwipa,
2. 193.
ism, 2. 264, 265, &c.; 3. 167. S'weta,a countryin Jambu-dwipa,
Swatikarna, son of Kuntalaswati, 2. 102.
4. 200. S'weta, a division of S'almala-
Swatin (1?-),
variant of Swahi, 4. dwipa,2. 193.
61. S'weta,a mountain-rangein India,
Swatishena,son of Kuntalasata- 2. 102, 114, 115, 256. See
karni, 4. 202. S'wetadri.
Swavarcbala
('??),
variantof Suvar- S'weta,the last of thirty-three
chala,1. 117.. Kalpas,that in which S'ivawas
Swayaihbhoja,
a Yadavachieftain, born with a white complexion,
son of Pratikshattra, son of P-35,37-
S'amin,4. 99. SVetadri, a mountain-range,4.
Swayambhu.,
anepithetof Brahma, 260. SeeS'weta,the mountain-
P. 63 (where correct the spell- range.
ing); 1. 55 (wherecorrect the S'weta-dwipa,' white island,' a
spelling); 5. 386. The Vyasa certaincontinent,accordingto
of the first Dwapara age,3. 34. the Kurma-purana, 2. 200.
But seeSwayambhuva, 3. 36. S'wetajala,a lake in the grove
Swayambhu,
anepithetof thefirst calledYaibhraja,2. 112.
Manu,(?)3. 96. S'wetakarna,sonof Satyakarna,
4.
Swayambhu,
a synonymof Mabat, i63.
1. 32 (wherecorrectthe spell- S'wetaketu,
sonof Senajit,sonof
ing). Viswajit,4. 141.
Swayambhuva, an epithet of the S'wetalohita, a Kumara, in the
first Manu, P. 42, 95; 1. 104, twenty-ninth Kalpa, 1. 79.
107, 109, <fec.,159, 174; 3. i, S'wetaswatara- upanishad, the,
2, 7 (in which three pagescor- quoted, 4. 253.
rect the spelling), 97, 107. S'wetavahana,according to the
Swayambhuva, for Swayambhu, Vayu-purana,son of S'ura, son
Brahma, as the first Vyasa, in of Vidiiratha, 4. 99.
a passagefrom the luirma-pu- Syadvadins,the Jain as so called,
raiia, 3. 36. epithetically, 3. 209.
Swayambhuva,
the name of the S'yalantas
(?l),KausikaBrahmans,
first Manwantara,P. 42, 56, 96; 4. 28,
1. 154 j 2. 9, u, 108; 3. 2, S'yama, son of S'ura, son of De-
&e.&c. vamid'husha,4. 101, 113.
S'weta,a serpent,sonof Kasyapa, S'yama,a mountain-range in S'a-
sonof Marfchi,2. 74. ka-dwipa,2, 199.
INDEX. 207

S'yamaka,
the sameas S'yarna,
son of Maricha,whom,also,Rama
of S'ura, 4. 101. slew.)
Syainantaka,a certainvery valu- Taijasa,adjectiveof Tejas,' fire/
ablejewel. Aditya, the Sun, <fcc.,
1. 33.
presents
it to Sattrajita,4. 75. Tairyagyonya, the nameof a crea-
It haspowerto yield gold, and tion, that of animals,I. 75.
to preventthe incursionof por- Taitiri ('??),
variant of Taittiri, 4.
tents, wild beasts,fire, robbers, 97- ^
pestilence, famine, and dearth, Taittiri, son of Viloman, accord-
4. 76, 85. Jambavat, king of ing to one MS. of the Vishfiu-
the bears,purloins it, and takes pararia, 4. 97.
it to his cave, 4. 76. It is pre- Taittiri (?), variant of Viloman,1
sented, by Jambavat, to Krish- &c., 4. 97, 98.
na, after a conflict betweenthem Taittiriy&s, of the Yajur-veda, 3.
which lasts for twenty-onedays; 54-
and Krishna then restores it to Taittiriya, a S'akha, the same as
Sattrajita,4. 78,79. S'atadhan- Taittiriya-samhita,3. 54.
wan slays Sattrajita in his Taittiriya-aranyaka, the, referred
sleep,and possesses himself of to, 5. 191.
it, 4. 81. Sattrajita surrenders Taittiriya-brdhmana, the, referred
it to Aknira, 4. 82, It remains to, 3. 171.
in Akrnra's keeping,4. 92. See Taittiriya-samhita, the, referred to,
also4. 336; 5. 148. - or cited, 3. 113, 257,341; 5.
S'yamayani, disciple of Vaisam- 386.
payana,and promulgator of the Taksha,king of Takshasila, son of
Yajur-veda, 3. 52. Bharata, son of Dasaratha, 3.
S'yena (1), variant of S'roni, the 3J9-
river, 2. 155. Takshaka,a serpent, son of Kas-
S'yenajit(W),variant of Senajit, yapa, son of Marichi, P. 44;
the Yaksha, 2. 289. 1. iSS, 191; 2. 38, 74, 285,
S'yeni,daughter of Kasyapa, wife &c. King of serpents, 2. 86.
of Aruria, and mother of hawks, His abode, 2. 211.
2. 73- Takshaka, son of Prasenajit, son
Syuvakas
(11),
variantof Pasivat'as, of Viswasahwan,
3. 325.
2. 180. Takshaka, the same as Taksha,
son of Bharata, 3. 319.
TacharL SeeTocharL Takshasila,a city, capitalof King
Tadaikya,' identification or unity,' Taksha, 3. 319.
5. 227. Takwa, .the same as Bahika, 2.
Tad'ak4,a she-demon,slain by i67.
a>3. 315. (Shewasmother Tala, daughter of Raudraswa,and
208 INDEX.

wife of Prabhakara, the Eishi, Tamasa,Mauu of the fourth Man-


4. 129. wantara, son of Priyavrata, 2.
Tala, a certain hell, 2. 214, 216. 100; 3. i, 7, 8, 10, n, 337
Talajanghas,a tribe in Central (noteon p. n).
India, 4. 58, 59, 61. They Tamasa, a river in India, now
vanquish Bahuka, son of Vfika, popularly called the Tonse, 2.
3. 289. They are all but ex- 151-
terminated by Sagara, 3. 291. Tamasa, adjective of Tamas, the
Seealso 3. 292. philosophical term, P. 20, 21,
Talajanghas (misprinted Talan- 59; 1- 34; 2. 232; 5. 198,
janghas), one hundred sons of 285, 310, <fec.
T&lajangha,son of Jayadhwaja, Tamasl, a river in India, 2. 152,
4. 57; 5. 391. 340-
Talajangha,son of Yatsa, 4, 40; 5. Tambamitra,recipient of the Vish-
391. (Thesameas the next?) riu-purana from Bhaguri, 5.
Talajangha,son of Jayadhwaja,4. 250.
57. (Thesameasthe last?) Tambhamitra(??),variantof Tam-
Talaka(M),variant of Pattalaka, bamitra,5. 250.
4. 197. Tamisra, a certain hell, 2. 215 ; 3.
Talaketu,an epitheticalnameof 130.
Balarama, 3. 254. Tamisra, ' gloom, a kind of igno-
Talatala, a Patala, or underworld, rance,' 1. 69.
2. 209. Tamra, daughter of Daksha, and
Talottama, ' a couchor benchwith wife of Kasyapa, son of Mari-
cushions/ o. 33. chi, 2. 26, 72.
Taluki (M), variant of Vaitakki, Tamra, a river in India, 2. 151.
3. 47. Tamraliptas, a people, 4. 220.
Tamaliptas (11), variant of Tam- SeeTamraliptakas.
raliptakas, 2. 177. Tamralipta, a country in Eastern
Tamas,son of Daksha, the Praja- India, 4. 2.20.
pati, 1. 103. Tamraliptakas, a people, 2. 177.
Tamas,son of Prithusravas, son of See Tamraliptas.
S'asabindu,4. 63. Tamralipti, a sea-port at the west-
Tamas, a certain hell, 2. 215. ern mouth of the Ganges, 2.
Tamas,' quality of darkness,igno- 177-
rance, inertia/ &c., P. 20; 1. Tamrapaksha,son of Krishna and
4, 35>69- Rohirii, 5. 107.
Tamas(?']),variant of Bhava,son Tamraparna,
a division of Bhara-
of Yiloman, 4. 97. tavarsha, 2. 112, 129,
Tamasas(?),variant of Tomaras,2. Tamraparnf, a river in Tinnivelly,
187. 2, 130, 132, 155.
INDEX. 209

Tiimrarasa,
daughter
of Baudras- called,P. 6, 21, 32, 59; 4.
wa,andwifeof Prabhakara,
the 261, 262; 5. 263, 316, 317,
6ishi, 4. 129. 326, 338.
Tamratapta,
sonof Krishnaand Tantrija
(11),
variantof Tandrija,
Eohini, 5. 79. 4. 113.
Tamravarna
(?),variant
of Tamra-Tantripala
(IT),variantof Tan-
parria,2. 129. dripala,4. 113.
Tamravarna
(11),variantof Tarn- Tantrika,adjectiveof Tantra,P.
rapaksba;
5. 107. 21,79, &c.; 5. 285,&c.
Tamrayana
(?),promulgate!of the Tanwi,thesameasSudatta,(1)5.
White Yajur-veda, 3. 57. 82.
Tamsu,
variouslygenealogized,
4. Tapana,
Tapana,
a certainhell,2.
129-132. 215.
Tamsurodha,
variantof Tamsu,4. Tdpanf,the sameas Vetnivati, a
130-132. river, 2. 147.
Tamsurodya
(11),
variantof Tamsu, Tdpaniyas,of the White Yajur-
4. 130. veda, 3. 57.
Tamsurogha
(11),
variantof Tamsu, Tapas,the sameas Tapo-loka,2.
4. 130. 227, 231. t
Tanabalas,a people, 2. 180. Tapas, the same as Mtigha, a
Tanapas(IT),variant of Tanayas, month,Jan.-Feb., 2. 261.
2. 181. Tapas, what, in philosophy, 2.
Tanayas,a people, 2. 180. 338; 3. 11,20,77,95; 4.294.
Tandri, csloth/ a form of Brahma, T&pasa,' an ascetic/ 5. 183.
1. 82. Tapaswin,
a &ishiin the twelfth
Tandrija, son of Kanavaka or Manwantara,3. 27. (Seethe
Karundhaka,4. 113. next name.)
Tandripala, son of Kanavaka or Tapaswin,son of Chakshusha,the
Karundhaka, 4. 113. Manu, 1. 177. (The same as
Tanganas,
a people,2. 181. the last 1)
rankaiias,
a people,
2. 181. Tapaswin,
fan ascetic/3. 307.
Tanmatra, i rudiment or type of Tapasya,the sameas Phalguna, a
an element,devoid of qualities, month, Feb.-March, 2. 261.
and the same as the properties Tapati, wife of Samvaraiia,4. 148.
of an element/ 1. 37, 74; 5. Tapati, the same as Tapi, the
199. Taptee, 2. 144; 3. 21.
Tantija (11),variant of Tandrija, Tapi, the river popularly called
4. 113. Taptee, daughter of the Sun
Tantipala(11),variantof Tandri- and Chhdya,
2. 130,132,144,
pala,4. 113. 148; 3. 21; 4. 59.
Tantras,
certainmysticalworksso Tapi,thesameasYamuna,
2. 148.
210 INDEX.

Tapini, the same as Tapl, the Taraka, an elongatedform of Tara,


Taptee, 2. 147." 4- 3-
Tapodhana,a Rishi in the twelfth Taraka, variant of Kalanabha, sou
Manwantara, 3, 27. of Hiranyaksha, 2. 70.
Tapodhfiti,a feishiin thetwelfth Tarakamaya,
the term explained,
Manwantara, 3. 27. ""3.
Tapodyuti, a .Irlishiin the twelfth Tarakayanas,Kausika Brahmans,
Manwantara, 3. 27. 4. 28.
Tapo-loka, ' the world of the seven Taraksha (?]), Vyasa of tbe four-
sages,'' the sphere of penance/ teenth Dwapara age, by one
inhabited by the incombustible account, 3. 37.
gods calledVairajas,1. 98 \ 2. Tarapld'a,son of Cbandravaloka,
113, 227-229; 3. 159; 4. 266. 3. 321 (where correct the spell-
Tapomula, son of Tamasa,accord- ing); 5. 391.
ing to divers Puranas,3. 8. Tarka, ' logical reasoning/ 4. 310.
Tapomurti,
a flishi in thetwelfth Tarksha,
a nameof Kasyapa,
son
Manwantara, 3. 27. of Marichi, 2. 21, 28, 66, 73.
Taporati, a lilishi in the twelfth Tarksha,(??),variant of Tarkshya,
Manwantara, 3. 27.- 2. 288, 292.
Taptabaluka,a certain hell, 2. 215. Tarkshya, a certain Yaksha, 2.
Taptakumbha, a certain hell, 2. 285, &c.
214, 217. Taru, son of Chakshusha, the
Taptaloba, a certain hell, 2. 217. Manu; accordingto the Matsya-
Tapta-mudra, ' stamping with a purana, 1. 178.
hot iron the name of Vishnu on Tatpurusha,a particular Kalpa, P.
the skin/ P. 34 (wherecorrect 72.
the spelling). Tattwadarsa,a Eishi in the thir-
Taptasurnri,a certain hell, 2. 215. teenth Manwantara, according
Taras, a classof godsin the twelfth to the Bhagavata-purana,3. 28.
Manwantara, 3. 27, 227. Seethe next name.
Tara, wife of Bfihaspati, son of Tattwadarsin, a Jrlishi in the thir-
Angiras, 4. 2. She is carried teenth Manwantara,3. 28. See
off by Soma,whence a war, 4. the last name.
2, 3. Is motherof Budha,4. 4. Taund'ikeras(??),variant of Tun-
Taradhisa,variantof Tarapld'a,
3. d'ikeras,4. 59.
321. Tejas, cfire/ 'heat/ light,"energy.'
Taraka, son of Kasyapa, son of It is produced from the rudi-
Marichi, 2. 70. (For mention ment of form or colour, and
of a Taraka, see also P. 82; producesthe rudiment of taste,
2, 119.) 1- 34,36-
Taraka, daughter of Sunda, 2. 69. Tejeyu, son of Raudraswa,4. 127.
INDEX. 211

Tewar,
the moderncorruptionof Tishyas,a caste in Krauncha-
Tripuri, 5. 118. dwlpa,,2. 197.
Thanesar,the moderncorruption Tisbya,the sameas Pushya,the
of Sthanwiswara, P. 76. asterismso called,2. 258, 259 ;
Thogari. SeeTochari. 4. 229.
Tigma,sonof Mfidu, son of Nfi- Tithi-tattwa, the, a law-book,re-
panjaya,4. 165. ferred to, or cited, 3. 89, 90;
Tigmaketu, son of Vatsara, son of 4. 309.
Dhruva,1. 178. Titiksha, f long- suffering/ cpa-
Tigm&tman,variant of Tigma,4. tience/ daughter of Daksha,
165. and wife of Dharma,1. no.
Tilabharas,
a people,2. 173. Titikshu, son of Mahamanas,4.
Tilaka (M), variant of Palaka, son 120, 122.
of Pradyotana, 4, 178. Tittiri, disciple of Yaska, and pro-
Tilakanijas(??),variantof Nalaka- mulgatorof the Yajur-veda,3.
nanas,2. 178, 54-
Tilottama, an Apsaras, 2, 75, Si~ Tittiri (?), variant of Viloman, son
83,285,289,291,293; 5. 165. of Kapotaroman, 4. 97.
Time. Measuresof, 1. 46, <fcc.;2. Tochari, a tribe of the Sacseor
253, &c. ; 5. 170, 187, &c. As- S'akas, identified with the Tu-
trological divisions of, 4. 66. A kharas, 2. 186.
form of Vishnu, 1. 18: see Tokhtiras (?), variant of Tukharas,
Kala. Hymn on, 2. 338. . 3. 293.
Timi, daughter of Daksha, and Tomaras,a people,2. 187,
wife of Kasyapa,son of Marfchi, Tosala, the same as Tosalaka, 5.
2. 26. 39-
Ti'mi, instead of Tigma, in the Tosalaka,Tosalaka,a famous pan-
Bhagavata-puraria,4. 165. cratiast, slain by Krishna, 5.
Tiragrahas,a people,2. 172. 39?40-
Tirtha, ' a placeof pilgrimage/P. Toshala(1),the sameas Tosalaka,
31, 38, 71; 2. 150j 4. 227. 5. 39.
Tirthakara,the.sameas Tlrthan- Toshalaka
(?),thesameasTosalaka,
kara, 2. 105. ' 5. 39.
Tirthankara,a synonymof. Jina, Toya, a river in India, 2. 155.
o. 364. SeeTirthakara. Toya, a river in S'almala-dwipa,2.
Tirthavati, a river in Krauncha- 194.
dwipa,2. 198. ToyambudM, a seaof fresh water.
Tiryaksrotas, what,in cosmology, in SVeta-dwipa,2. 200.
1. 71- 74- Toyesa, anepithetof Varuiia,5.15.
Tishmas
(?),variantof Tishyas,
2. Traigartas,
the sameasTrigartas,
197. 2. 180.
212 INDEX.

Trairajya(1?),variantof Strirajya, 4. n, 237; 5. 170, 181, 185.


4. 222. Its duration, 1. 50.
Traisali (M),variantof Traisamba, Tretagni, ' a triad of holy fires,'
4. 116. 4. ii.
Traisamba, son of Gobhanu, 4. Tribandhana,son of Aruna, son of
116. Haryaswa, 3. 284.
Traisht'ubha metre, the same as Tribhanu, insteadof Traisamba,in
Trisht'ubh, 1. 84. the Bhagavata-purana,4. 116.
Traiyaruna (?), the Vyasa of the Tridasapati, an epithet of Indra,
fifteenth Dwapara age, 3. 34. 5.15-
SeeTryaruna. Trideva (*?),variant of Eantideva,
Transmigration, stagesof, 2. 221. 4. 137.
Trasadasyu,son of Purukutsa and Tridhaman, Vyasa in the tenth
Narmada, 3. 283, 284. Dwapara age, 3. 34, 37.
Trasaddasyu, the same as Man- Tridhaman, ' triple-gloried/ &c.,
dhatfi, 3. 266. 2. 252.
Trasaddasyu,
variantof Trasadas- Tridhanwan, variously genealo-
yu, 3. 283, gized, 3. 283, 284.
Trasarenu, a measure of time, Tridiva, a river in India, 2. 145,
equivalentto three Anus, 1. 48. 146.
Trasu (?]),variant of Taiiisu, 4. Tridiva, a river in Plaksha-dwipa,
.129, 130. 2. 192.
Trayi, i the three Vedas collec- Tridivalaya, ariver in India, 2. 146.
tively, or the doctrines they Trigartas, a people, 2. 179.
teach/ 4. 310. Trigarta, a country, the same as
Trayyaruna, son of Tridhanwan, Jalandhara,2. 179.
3. 284. Trikakud, sprung from Anenas,
Trayyaruna, son of Urukshaya, 4. son of Ayus, 4. 43.
133. Trikaiid'a-sesha,the, a vocabulary,
Trayyaruna (??), variant of Trai- referred to, 2. 148, 172, 178;
yaruna, (?), 3. 34. 3. 264.
Trayyaruni? disciple of Lomahar- Trikut'a, a mountain-rangerunning
shana,3. 65. southwards from Mount Meru,
Trayyaruni (?), variant of Traiya- 2. 117.
runa(?),3. 34. Trikut'a,a mountain,the sameas
Trayyaruni ($), variant of Trayya- Suvela, 2. 141.
runa,son of Tridhanwan, 3. 284. Trilochana, an epithetical name of
Trayyaruni(?),variant of Trayya- Siva, 1. 141; 5. in.
runa, son of Urukshaya, 4. 138. Trilochana, an author, referred to
Treta, the secondageof the world, the court of KingVikramaditya,
1. 84, 91; 3. 31, 254, 261; P. 9-
INDEX. 213

Trimadhus,
certain
Brahmans
so Trisanku
(11),
variant
of Swalii,4.
61.
called, 3. 173.
Trimadhu,
acertain
passage
of the Tris4nu
(?),variantof Traisamba,
6ig-veda,3. 173,174. 4. 116.
Trimadhu,a certainrite, 3. 173 'Trisari(1),variantof Traisamba,
(notet). 4. 116.
Tfinabindu,sonof Budha,sonof Trisarvi (11),a certain usage,4.
Vegavat, 3. 245 (wherecorrect 162. SeeTriswachi(?).
the spelling),246,248; 5. 390. Tfishna, ' thirst/ daughter of
Tfinabindu,Vyasain the twenty- Mfityu, sprung from Brahma,
third Dwapara age, 3. 35, 37. 1. 112.
Trinaehiketas, certain Brahmans Trisht'ubh, a metre, originating
so called,3. 173, 174. from Brahma'ssouthernmouth,
Trinachiketas,a portion of the or, by anotheraccount,from
Kat'haka branch of the Yajur- his flesh, 1. 84, 86. It is iden-
veda,3. 173, 174. tified with a horseof the Sun,
Trinetra, variant of Dfid'hasena, 2- 239.
4- 175- Trisikha,accordingto the Bhaga-
Tripati, the hill of, in the Deccan, vata-purana,Indra of the fourth
2. 141. Manwantara, 3. 7.
Tfipti, ' mental satisfaction, or Trisfinga, a mountain-range, its
freedom from sensual desire/ position with referenceto Mount
oneof the eight Siddhis; or attri- Meru, 2. 123, 124.
butes of perfection, 1. 91. Trisuparrias, certain Brahmans so
Tripura, an Asura, conquered by called, 3. 173, 174.
Siva, P. 82, 89; 5. 118. Trisuparna, a certain portion of
Tripura (11)Asuras, the, 5. 349. the Veda, 3. 173, 174.
Tripuri, the capitalof the Chedis, Triswachi(1),a certain usage,4.
wheresituated,5. 118. 162. SeeTrisarvi (11).
Tripurikshetra, a sacred spot, Trita, son of Chakshusha, the
where situated, 5. 118. Manu, 1. 178.
Trisakti-mahatmya, a part of the Trivakra,the sameas ISTaikavakra,
Varaha-purana, P. 71. 5. 21, 165.
Trisam,a river in India, 2, 130, Trivakshya(1), variant of Kicha,
132, 4. 164.
Trisauku,the sameas Satyavrata, Trivikrama, an epitheticaldesig-
3. 284, &c.,.297. Visw^mitra nation of Vishnu, P. 74; 3.
elevatedhim to heaven,3. 285- 18.
;?87. Trivfisha, according to some
Trisanku,a certain Buddhist, 3. accounts,Vyasain the eleventh
340. Dwapara age, 3. 34, 37.
214 INDEX.

Trivfishan,Vyasain the eleventh Tunganas(??),


variantof Tanganas,
Dwapara age, 3. 34. 2. 181.
Trivrit, a certain collection of Tungaprastha,a mountain, 2.
Vaidik hymns, its origin from 142.
Brahma'seasternmouth,1. '84- Tungavena, a river (one with the
Triyaruni (?), for Traiyaruni (?), Tungabhadra*?),2. 150, 152.
3. 37, 221 (wherecorrectTri- Tuiii, son of Asanga,son of Yu-
yaruna),340. yudhana,4. 93.
Truthfulness, obligation of, 3. 144. Turanya, a horse of the Moon,
Trut'i, a measure of time, equi- 2, 299. >
valentto threeTrasarenus,
1.48. Tarvasa,the old form of Turvasu,
Tryambaka, a Rudra, 2. 24, 25. 4. 46, 48, 116.
Tryambaka,an epithetof AparA- Turvasu,sonof Yayati, 4. 46, 48,
jita, the Rudra, on one inter- &c,, 116, 117. See Turvasa.
pretation,2. 24 (note2). Turvasu(??),variant of Turvasu,
Tryaruiia, old form of Traiyaruna 4. 116.
(?), found in the Irlig-vecU,3. Turya (IT),variant of U'rja, the
36,65, 284. feishisocalled,3. 3.
Tukharas,a people,2. 176, iSS; TushadrathaC??),variantof Usha.d-
4. 203. SeeTusharas,Tush- ratha, 4. 122.
karas,&e. Tusha-ras,a dynasty,4. 203, 206,
Tula (?), an Apsaras, 2. Si. 208, SeeTukharas, Tushkaras,
Tulakuchi, son of Sahalin, 4. 186. &c.
Tulasi,a certain shrub,sacredto Tusharas,
variant of Tukharas,2.
Krishna,P. 34. Producedfrom 186; 3. 293.
the ocean,
whenchurned,i. 147, Tushitas,a classof gods,variously
Tulunga,a country,2. 179. genealogized,appearingin vari-
Tuluva,the sameas Tulunga,2. ous Manwantaras,1. 109; 2.
179. 26, 27; 3. 3, 17, 18.
Tulyata, ' similarity of life, form, Tushita, a form of Vishnu, in the
and feature/ one of the eight third Manwantara, 3. 17.
Siddhis, or attributes of perfec- Tushita, wife of Vedasiras,&c., 3.
tion, 1. 91. 3>J7-
Tumbaru,variant of Tumburu,2, Tushkaras,
Tushkaras($),variants
284, 292, 293 ; 4. 98, of Tukharas, 4. 203, 206, 208.
Tumburu, a Gandharva, 2. 284, See Tushdras.
&c.; 4. 98. Tusht'a, son of Ugrasena, soli of
Tund'ikeras,a tribe, 4. 58, 59, Ahuka,4. 99.
Tnngabhadra,a river, popularly Tusht'avu
(I?),variantof Tumburu,
called Toombudra, P. 34; 2. 2. 293.
150. Tusht'i,' satisfaction/daughterof
INDEX. 215

Daksha,-andwife of Dharma, Udaradhi,fatherof Eipu,by one


1. 109,no. account,
1. 178.
Tusht'i,daughterof Paurnamasa,Udaravasu,
sonofUdavasu,3.331.
son of Marichi, 1. 153. Udasin (??),variant of Udayaswa,
.Tusht'imat, son of Ugrasena, son 4. 182.
of A'huka,4. 99. Udavasu,son of Janaka,son of
Tw4sht'ra,
a sectionof theBhavish- Nimi, 3. 330.
ya-purana,P. 63. Udaya(?), variant of Udayaswa,
Twasht'fi, the same as Yiswakar- 4. 182.
man, 1. 24\ 3. 20. In 3. 273, Udayagiri, a mountain-rangein
" the divine artist" is substi- S'aka-dwlpa,2. 198, 199.
tuted for Twasht'fi. Udayana, king of Kausambi, son
Twasht'fi,a Rudra,2. 24. of Sahasranika,
2. 158; 4. 163.
Twasht'fi,anAditya,2. 27,285,&c. Udayana,sonof S'atanlka,sonof
Twasht'fi, son of Manasyn, son Vasudana,4. 165.
of Mahdnta, 2. 107. Accord- Udayana, a common variant of
ing to the Bhagavata-purana, Udayaswa, 4. 182.
he is sonof Bhauvana,2. 107. Udaydswa,son of Darbhaka.4.
Twisha.daughterof Paurnam^sa, 182.
son of Marichi, 1. 153. Udayibhaddako, Palf for Udayi-
bhadraka, 4. 182. "
Ubhayaspf
isht'i, a river in S'aka- Udayibhadra,the sameas Udayi-
dwipa, accordingto the Bhaga- bhadraka, 4. 186.
vata-puraiia, 2. 200. Udayibhadraka, son of Ajatasatru,
Uchathya, the old form of Uta- 4. 182. Seethe last.
thya, 3. 16. Udayin, son of Yasudeva,son of
Uchchailisravas, a horse created S'ura, 4. 110.
at the churning of the ocean, Udayin, son of Kunika, 5. 391.
and appropriated by Indra, 1. Udayin, variant of Udayaswa, 4.
147. King of horses,2. 85. 182.
Uchchhra(W),variant of Ushna, Ud4yus (]?), variant of Somapi,
son of Dyutimat, king of Kraun- son of Sahadeva,4. 151.
cha-dwipa,2. 197. Udbhava, son of Nahusha, son of
Udadhi ($), variant of Ud4yin, son Ayus, 4. 46,
of Yasudeva,4. no. Udbhida, ruler over the realm of
Udaksena,
sonof Viswaksena
(see Udbhida, and son of Jyotisli-
it), son of Brahmadatta, 4. 142. mat, king of Kusa-dwipa, 2.195.
Udambhin(]), variantof Uday^s- Udbhida, a division of Kusa-
, wa, 4. 182. dwipa, 2. 195.
Udapi (??),variantof Somapi,son Uddala, teacher of the White
of Sahadeva,4. 151. Yajur-veda, 3. 57.
2l6 INDEX.

Uddalaka,son of Aruna, accord- Jgrasena,


sonof Parikshit,4. 152,
ing to the Vedas, 3. 49. 162.
Uddalaki (?), variant of Dalaki, Jgraseni,wife of Aknira, 4. 96.
3.49. Jgrasravas,son of Lomaharshana,
Uddalin (??),variant of Uddala, p. 3o.
3.57- [Jgrayudha,variously genealogized,
Uddhava, son of Devabhaga, P. 4. 142-144.
43; 4. 113; 5. 146, 147. Ujjayini, a city in Central India,
Udgatri, ' a priest who chants now popularly called Oujein, 2.
Samans,'3. 43. 159; 3. 246; 4. 59; 5. 392.
Udgitha, son of Bhuva, 2. 106. Ukta C??),
variantof Ushna,4. 164.
Also called son of Bhiiman, 2. Uktha, son of Chhala, 3. 321.
107. Ukthya, a particular sacrifice,its
Udibhi (??),variant of Udayaswa, origin from Brahma'ssouthern
4. 182. mouth, 1. 84, 85 ; 3. 113.
Ud'ras, the sameas Keralas,2. Ulbana,son of Vasisht'ha,son of
177. Brahma, 1. 155.
Ud'ras, variant of Pund'ras,% 132. Ulmuka, son of Chakshusha,the
Udras ($), variant of Od'rasor Manu,1. 178.
Aud'ras, 4. 220. Ulmuka, son of Balabhadra, 4.
Ud'ra, a country, 2. 177. 109 ; 5. 68.
Udravatsara, a certain cyclic year, Uliiki (?), daughter of Kasyapa
2. 255. and Tamra,(?)2. 73.
Ud'umbaras, Kausika Brahmans, Uliipi, daughter of Kauravya, and
4. 28. wife of Arjuna, son of Pand'u,
Ud'upati,an epithetof Soma,son 4. 160.
of Atri, 4. 4. Uhlt'as, variant of Utulas, 2.
Ugra, a Rudra, 1. 116; 2. 25; 174.
5. 386. Umd, daughterof Himavat and
"CTgrajit,
an Apsaras,2. 81. Mena,1. 157; 3. 159. Con-
Ugrampasya,
anApsaras,
2. Si. sortof Sivaor Narayaria,
P. 76,
Ugraretas,a form of Rudra, 1. 82 ; 1. ji8, 125, 133; 2. 118;
117. 4. 247; 5. 76, 83, 118, 119.
Ugrasena,
a Gandharva,
2. 285, SeeParvati,Satf,andUshas.
Uma, a S'akti of S'iva, 1. 104.
Ugrasena,sonof Ahuka,4. 76, (Thesameasthe lastT)
84, 87, 88,98, 114,250,337 Uma(??),
variantof Ushas,wifeof
341; 5. 8, 41,45,46, 49,63 Bhava,1. 117.
131-134, 142, 143, 150, 382 Umapati,anepithetof S'iva,from
He burns himself at the exe the nameof his consort,1. 130;
quiesof Krishna, 5. 154, 5. 118, 119.
INDEX... 217

Umavana,a synonymof S'onita- Upadeva,daughterof Devaka,son


pura,5. 112. ofAhuka,andwifeofVasudeva,
Umbrellaproduced
fromtheocean, sonof S'ura,4. 98, no, in.
whenchurned,appropriatedby Upadevi(11),variantof Upadeva,
Varuria,1. 147. 4. 98, no.
Umlocha.an Apsaras,
2. 81. Upadwipas,<minor Dwipas/ 2.
Umlocha, variant of Ammilocha, 129,
t 2. 288. Upagu, son of Satyarathi, 3. 334.
Undes,thesameasHundes,2.340. Upagupta,sonof Upagu, 3. 334.
Unmada, 'insanity/ a form of Upagupta(??),variantof Upagu,
Brahma, 1. 82. 3. 334-
Unnabha,son of S'ila, according Upagupta($), variant of S'ruta,
to the Raghuvamsa,3. 321, son of Upagu, 3. 334.
Unnata, variant of Uttama, the Upaguru (11),variant of Upagu,
Eishi, 3. 12. 3. 334-
Unnata, a mountain-rangein S'al- UpahalakaSjthe sameas Kuntalas,
mala-dwipa,2. 194. 2. I57.
Unnati, ' loftiness/ daughter of Upahi\tas, a synonym of Havish-
Daksha, and wife of Dharma, mats, 3. 163, 339.
1. no. Upakhyana, * a minor story or
Upabarhana,the sameas JST&rada, tale/ 3. 63, 66.
the Gandharva,2. 20. Upaksha, son of S'waphalka, 4.
Upabarhana,a mountain-in Kraun- 96.
cha-dwfpa,2, 198. Upakshattra (?),sonof S'waphalka,
Upadana,' material cause/ 1. 66. 4. 95-
Upadanavi, daughter of Vfisha- Upamadgu, sou of SVaphalka, 4.
parvan, the Daitya, 2. 70; 4. 94-
132 (wherecorrect the state- Upamangu(11),variant of Upa-
ment as to this Upadanavfs madgu,4. 94, 96.
beingwife of Hiranyaksha). Upananda,son of Vasudeva,son
Upadanavi,daughterof Vaiswa- of S'ura,4. 109.
nara,and wifeof Hirany.aksha, Upanandana, a Kumara,or trans-
2. 71. formationof Siva, 1. 79.
Upadanavi,
wifeof Tamsu,andof Upanidhi,sonof Vasudeva, sonof
Sughora(?),by variousaccounts, S'ura, 4. 110.
4. 132. Upanishads,the, P. 2; 5. 261,
Upadeva,
son of Sivarna, the <fec.,
288,291, 308,315,345,
Manu,3. 27. 354-
* Upadeva,
sonof Akrura,4. 96. Upapradana,
i the givingof pre-
Upadeva,sonof Devaka,son of sents/ one of the four devices
A'huka,
4. 98. of policy,5. 52.
2l8 INDEX.

Upapuranas,their character,names, Urdhwaroman, a mountain " in


<fcc.,P. 22, 27, 36, 83,' 86, <fcc. Kusa-dwipa, 2. 197.
Uparichara, the sameas Vasu, son urdhwasrotas, the third of the
of Kfitaka, 4. 149, 150. creations,that of the divinities,
Upasamhara-pada,a part of the t !" 72, 74, 75-
Vayu-purana,
P. 37, 38. tlrdhwavaktras,
a classof Viswe
Upasamhfiti, c the end of all devas, 3. 149.
things/ 5. 169, 184. Urdhwayanas, a castein Plaksha-
Upasloka, father of Brahmasavar- dwipa, 2. 193.
na, acording
to the Bhagavata-ti"rjas(1),aclass
ofApsarases,
2.82.
purana,3. 25. tfrja,sonofVatsara,son
ofDhruva,
Upasunda, son of Nisunda, 2. 69. 1. 178.
Upavahas
(1),variantofApavahas,tlrja, a Gramanlor Yaksha,2.
2. 165. 291 (wherecorrectthe spelling),
Upavena",a river in India, 2. 150. r 292, 343-
Upavfittas,a people,
2. 169. tfrja, a Aishiin the secondMan-
Upayas, the, four schemesof wantara,variouslygenealogized,
policy,' 2. 54. And see5. 52 3. 3, 4 (wherecorrectthe spell-
(text and note ||). ing), 5, 337-
Upayuta,sonofUpagupta,
3.334. tfrja, sonof Satyahitaor Satya-
Upendra,the sameas Krishna(?), dhfita, 4. 150.
presidingover the feet, 1. 38; tFrja,,i energy,'daughterof Dak-
4. 318,319. (Perhapsthe pre- sha,and wife of Vasisht'ha,1.
sident of the feet differs from
109, no, 155; 3. 7. Called
Krishna.) daughter of Kardama,
1. no.
Upendra,
a riverin India,2. 150. tifrja, synonymof JCarttika,a
Upodghata-pada,
a part of the month,Oct.-Nov., 2. 261.
Vayu-purana,
P. 37. tlrja ($),variantof Urjavdha,
3.
Uragas, synonym of Sarpas, 2. . 333-
213; 5. no, 246. tirjas (??),
variantofUrja,theGra-
Uragari, 'enemy of snakes,'an mani, 2. 292,
epitheticaldesignation
of Ga- tlrjaswati,daughterof Daksha,
rud'a,4. 87. and wife of Dharma,2. 21.
iJrdhwabahu,
sonof Vasisht'ha,
tlrjaswati,
daughter
ofPriyavrata,
sonof Brahma,1. 155. 2. 100.
tfrdhwabalm,
a Eishi in the fifth tiYjavaha,
"drjavaha,
sonof S'uchi,
Manwantara,
3. 10. sonof S'atadyumna,
3. 333.
iJrdhwaga,
sonof Krishnaand. tfrjba(11)}
variant
ofJantu,
sonof
Lakshrnana,
5. 81. Sudhanwan,
4. 150.']
iJrdhwaketu,
sonof Sanadhwaja,
Urjhara
(?),variantof Jharjhara,
3. 334- 2.69,
INDEX. 219

tirjita(11),
variant
ofSura,
sonof LFrva
(??),variantof tirja, the
Arjuna,
sonofKfitavirya,
4.57. Aishi,'3. 3.
tfrmis,six in number,namely,tlrva(?),variantofMfidu,sonof
hunger,thirst,sorrow,stupefac- Nfipanjaya,4. 165.
tion,decay,death,2. 4. Enu- Urvaravat(11),variantof Arvari-
meration of them in Sanskrit, vat, son of Savarni, 3. 24.
, 2-337- Urvarivat,probablythetrueread-
"(Jriiayu,
a Gandharva,
2. 285,<fec. ing for Arvarlvat, the liishi, 3.
tfru,sonofChakshusha,
theMaim, .5-
1. 177; 3. 13 (where correct Urvarivat, variant of Arvarfvat,
thespelling), 337, sonof Savarni,3. 24.
Uru,tiru (I?),sonof Bhautya,
the Urvasi,an Apsaras,daughterof
Manu,3. 29. Narayana,andmistressof Puru-
Urubuddhi, son of Indrasavarni, ravas, 2. 75, 80-83, 285, 288,
the Manu, 3. 29. 291, 293; 3. 328; 4/5, <fec.,
Urukriya (11), variant of Gurii- 343. Mistress of Satyadhfiti,
kshepa, 4. 167. son of Satananda,4. 146.
Urukshat (??), variant of Uru- (1),a classof Apsarases,
2.
kshaya, son of Mahavirya, 4. .82.
*37- Usana, wife of Mahinasa, a form
Urukshaya, son of Mahavirya,son of Eudra, 1. 117.
of Bhavanmanyu,4. 137. Uaanas,an ancient author, referred
Urukshaya (1), variant of Guru- to, 1. 174. (Possibly he is the
kshepa, 4. 167. same as the next, if not the
Urukshepa(??),variant of Guru- lawgiversonamed).
kshepa,4. 167. Usanas, son of Bhfigu, 1. 122,
Urunjaya(11),variantof Uruksha- !52> *75 ; 2- 53J 4. 2, 3, 46.
ya, 4. 137. Called sonof Kavi (not of Ve-
Urunjaya(??),
variantof Gurukshe- dasiras), 1. 200. Identified
pa, 4. 167. with the planet Venus, 2. 225,
UrusankuC??),variant
of Eushadgu, 259, 308.
4. 61. Usanas, the Yyasa of the third
Urusravas, sonof Satyasravas,
son Dwaparaage,3. 34, 36. (Per-
of Yitihotra, 3. 335, haps this is Usanas, son of
Urusfinga,a mountainin S'aka- Bhfigu.)
dwipa,2. 200. Usanas,variouslygenealogized,
4.
Uruvas,sonof Madhu,
sonof ,63.
Devakshattra,
4. 69. tlsha, daughterof Bana, and
tfrva,grandfather
(where
correct enamoured
of Auiruddha,
5.
father)of Jamadagni,
3. So; 5. 108, 109, no, 112.
39P- Usha. See Ushas,wife of Bhava ;
INDEX.

and see 2. 249 (note *), and Usinara, son of Mahamanas,4.


342 (on that note). 120, 121.
Usha, part of the night. See Usrayus, son of Puniravas, son of
Ushas. Budha, 4. 13.
Ushadgu(1?),variantof Rushadgu, Utanka (K),variantof Uttanka,3.
4. 61. 264.
Ushadratha,son of Titikshu, 4. Utathya,son of Angiras,1. 154;
122. 3. 16; 4. 123, 134.
Ushas, wife of Bhava, 1. 117, Utkalas,a peopleinhabitingpart
(wherecorrectUsha); 5. 387. of Orissa,2. 159.
Ushas (later, Usha), part of the Utkala, sonof Sudyumna,who at
night, 2. 249, 342. first was a woman, 3. 237.
Ushat (]]), variant of Usanas,4. Utkala,a countryincludedin what
63- is now called Orissa, 2. 153,
Ushavana (?),variant of Umivana, 160; 3. 237,
5. 112. Utkala-khanda, a part of the
ITshij (??),variant of S'iva,son of Skanda-purana,
P. 73.
tlru, 1. 179, Utpalavati,a river,2. 154." (See
Ushmanaya
(]?),variant
oftFshma- thenext.)
t paria(?), 3, 37, Utpalavati, a river, rising in the
(-TshmapaSj Ushmapas (M), a class Malaya mountains, 2. 155.
of Pitfis, 1. 123; 3. 162, 339. (The sameas the last ?")
tfshmapana
(?),3. 37. SeeSau- Utsarpiiii,acertainperiodof time,
masushmayana. a term used by the Jainas, 2.
Ushna, ruler over the realm of 192.
Ushria, and son of Dyutimat, Utsavasanketas, a people,2. 179.
king of Kusa-dwipa,2, 197. Uttalaka (?'?),
variantof Pattalaka,
Ushna, variouslygenealogized,
4. 4. 197.
163, 164. Uttamas,a people^,2. 159. '
Ushiia,a divisionof Kusa-dwlpa, Uttama,a &ishi in the sixth Man-
2. 197. wantara, 3. 12, 14.
Ushnih.a metre, its origin from Uttama,Vyasaof the twenty-first
the hairs of Brahma'sbody,1. Dwaparaage,3. 35.
86. Considered as a horse of Uttama, son of Uttanapada, 1.
the Sun, 2. 239. 159, <fec.
Usht'rakamikas, a people, 2. 162. Uttama, variant of Auttami, son
Usika, son of Kfiti or Dhfiti, 4. of Priyavrata, 2. 100; 3. i, 5,
67- . 8, 11,337:
Usinaras, a people, 4. 120. Uttamarnas, a people, 2. 160.
Usinara, son of Yasudeva,sou of Uttamaujas,son of Brahmasavarna
Sura, 4. 109. or Brahmasavarrii,3. 26.
INDEX.

Uttauabarliis,
souof S'aryati,sonof Vach, daughterof Daksha, and
Vaivaswata, the Manu,3. 249. wifeof Kasyapa,sonof Marichi,
Uttanahaya(?),variantof Yenu,4. 2. 26. Motherof the Apsarases
53- and Gandharvas, according to
Uttanapada,sonof Swayambhuva, the Padma-purana, 2. 75, 81.
1. ioS, 159,<fcc.; 2. 99, 306, Yachaspati,substituted, by the
307; 3. 2, 5, ii; 5. 386. His Translator,for Bfihaspati,2. 24.
offspring,2. 108. Yachavfiddhas, a classof godsin
Uttanka, a certain Maharshi,3. the fourteenthManwantara,3.
264. 28,
Uttara, -wifeof Abhimanyu,son Yachavfittas(??),variantof Vacha-
of Arjuna, 4. 160. vfiddhas, 3. 28.
Uttarabhadrapada,an asterism, 2. Yada, a Yeda of the Magas, or
268, <fcc.; 3. 132. heliolaters in S'aka-dwipa, 5.
Uttara-khand'a,part of the Padma- 383-
puraria,P. 20, 30, 32, 34; 4. Yad'abhi,the sameas Yalabhi,5.
245- 27.
Uttara-khand'a,part of theBrahma- Yadasri (M),variant of Chandrasri,
purana, P. 29. 4. 201.
Uttarakosalas,
a people,2. 172. Yad'av4,mistressof Yasudeva,
soil
Uttarakosala, a country, 3. 319. of S'ura, 4. no.
SeeKosala. Yad'ava,a fire so called, which
Uttarakosal&,a city in the region devoursthe water of the ocean,
just named, 2. 172. 4. 303. Seethe next article.
Uttarakurus,a people,2. 339. Yad'avanala,
the fire calledAnala,
Uttarakuru, a region, 2. 112, 115, where, 2. no.
120, 123j 3. 21. Yadha,a Bakshasa,2. 2^5, 287,
Uttarapatha, fthe regions to the 291, 293.
north of the Vindhya moun- Yaggmin,sonof Manasyu,sonof
tains/ 3. 240. Pravira, 4. 127.
Uttaraphalguni, an asterism^ 2. Yahinara (M), variant of Ahlnara,
265, &c. sonof Udayana,4. 165.
Uttaraprosht'hapada,
the sameas Vahini, a river in India, 2. 153.
Uttarabhadrapada,2. 265. Yahlikas, Yahllkas, probably
Uttara-rama-charita,
a drama,re- wrong for Bahlfkas, supposed
ferred to, 3. 81, 317. to be the people of Balkh, 2.
Uttarashad'ha,
anasterism,2. 265, !75; 4. 157,345.
&c,, 308. Yahllka, Vahlika(?),son of Pra-
Uttariyaka, 'a man's upper gar- tipa, 4. 154, 157. (Bahllka is
ment/ 3. 95. the morecorrectform.).
Utiilas, a people, 2. 174. Yahliswara kings, the, seven in
INDEX.

number, sons of Yahllka or Vaidhfita, Indra of the eleventh


Bahlika,according
to theMatsya- Manwantara,accordingto the
puraiia, 4. 157. (Probably Bhdgavata-purdna, 3. 26.
Bahliswara is thebetterreading Vaidhfitis,a classof godsin the
of the name.) fourth Manwantara, according
Vahna-purana,
the sameas Agni- to the Bhagavata-purana,
3. 7.
pur&na,
P. 24. Vaidisa,perhaps
intendedfor Yi-
Vahnayas
(?),a classof Apsarases, dis^C?),
3. 218,221,243.
2. 82. Yaidura, a country, 4. 216.
Vahnis,the sameas Agnis, 4. Vaidiirya,a mountain-range
lying
249. to the west of Mount Meru, 2.
Vahni,'fire.' His wife,Swaha, 111'
1. 109. His offspring,1, 156; Yaidurya,a mountain,part of the
for he seems to be identified southern Vindhya range, 2.
with Abhimanin, eldest son of 144, 150.
Brahma^1. 15^5. He has his Yaidyuta,ruler over the realmof
handscut off by Virabhadra,1, Vaidyuta, and son of Yapush-
131. He gives deadly arrows naat,king of S'Almala-dwipa,
2.
to Arjuna, 5. 158. SeeAgni. 193-
Vahni, sonof Turvasu,4. ,i 16. Yaidyuta,a division of S'&lmala-
Vahni, sonof Krishnaand Mitra- dwipa,2. 193.
vind&,5. 79. Yaidyuta, ' electric fire,' 1. 156.
Vahni('??),
variantof Vfisht'a,son SeeP4va'ka.
of Kukura, 4. 97. Yaijayanti,the nameof Vishnu's
Vahnijwala,a certainhell, 2. 215, necklace,2. 94.
220. Vaikanka, a mountain-rangerun-
Vahni-purafia,the, referredto, 3. ningeastward
fromMountMeru,
340,342; 5. 381. 2. 117. Garud'ahashis city
Vaibhojas, a kingless people, who there, 2. 118.
travel on rafts, sprung from Yaik^rika, * pure/ ' productive, or
Druhya or Druhyu, son of susceptible of production,' an
Yayati,4. 119. epithetof Ahamkara,1. 33, 34,
Vaibhraja, a mountain-rangein 74. SeeSdttwika.
Plaksha-dwipa, 2. 191. Vaikh&riasa, synonymous with Ya-
Vaibhraja,a grove on Mount Su- naprastha,3. 101, 279.
parswa,2. 112, 116. Yaikfita, ' secondary/adjectiveof
Vaidehas,a people,2. 177. Vikfiti, 1. 76, 78. Oneof the
Vaideha,an epithetof Janaka,son creationshasthis epithet.
of Nimi, 3. 330. Vaikunt'has, a classof godsin the
Vaidheya, promulgator of the fifth and sixth Manwantaras, 3,
White Yajur-veda,3.- 57. 9, 10, 18. They were trans-
INDEX. 223

formedfromtheJayas,created| the Lokapala,


according
to the
by Brahma,accordingto the Vayu-purana, 2. 262.
Vayu-puraiia,2. 26. Vairaja,father of Ajita, 3. 17.
Vaikurit'ha,
a metronymof Vishnu, Vairamati, variant of Vairavati,
as specially manifested, 3. 17, 2. 200.
18(wherecorrectthe spelling); Vairatha, variant of Swairatha,
4. 278; o. 390. son of Jyotishmat, arid the
Vaikunt'ha, the name of Vishnu's name of that son's kingdom, 2.
city. It stands highest of all 195-
the Lokas, P. 31; 1. 98. It Vairavati, a city in S'weta-dwipa,
is surmountedby Nakapfisht'ha, 2. 200.
3. 198. It standson Mount Vairivira (^), variantof Ilavila or
Meru, 2. 112. Seealso 1. 62 ; Id'avid'a, 3. 314.
, 2' 23' Vainipas, certain verses of the
Vaimanika-devas,certain gods so Sama-veda, their origin from
characterized,and why, 1. 175. Brahma's western mouth, 1.
Vairiadi (??),variant of Vinadi, 2. 85.
150. Vaisakha, a month, April-May,
Vainahotra, son of Dhfisht'aketu, 2. 261, &c. j 3. 168.
4. 38. Vaisakhi, wife of Vasudeva, son
Vainateya, apparently an A sura, of S'ura, 4. no.
his abode,2. 211. (The name Vaisalaka,adjectiveof Vaisall(W),
signifies ' son of Vinata;' but 3. 248.
I find no mentionof Vinata as Vaisali,Vaisali (M),wife of Vasu-
motherof an A'sura.) deva,sonof S'ura,4. no.
Vainya, patronym of Pfithu, 1. Vaisali,a city, foundedby Visala,
186; 5. 388. son of Triiiabindu, P. 106 ; 3.
Vairajas, a classof Pitfis, 3. 158, 221, 246, 247, 248.
159, 339. They inhabit Tapo- Vaisampayana,disciple of Vyasa,
loka, 2. 227, 229; but Satya- and teacherof the Yajur-veda,
loka,2. 228. Theterm etymo- 3. 41, 43, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57;
logized, 2. 229. 4. 153, 162.
Vairajas, sundry verses of the Vaisampayana,disciple of Lonia-
Sama-veda,
producedfromBrah- harshana,3. 66. (Is he the
ma's northern mouth, 1. 85. sameas the last 1)
Vairaja, son of Viraj or Brahma, Vaishnavakutachandrika, a com-
and one.with Manu, 1. 106; 2. mentary on the Vishnu-purana,
262 ; 3. 159. P. 116.
Vairaja, a patriarch, 1. 177; 2. Vaishriava-purana, the same as
86. SeeVirajas. Vishnu-purana, P. 23, 34; 3.
Vairaja, the same as Sudhaman, 66, 67.
224 INDEX.

Yaishriavi,
a S'akti of Vishnu,4. genealogized,
P. 57, 106,107;
2^60. 2- 27; 3- 2, 3, 13, 14, 20, 22,
Yaishnavl-sarnhita,
a part of the 34, 79, 181, 231, 237, 248,
Kiarma-purana,P. 77. 256; 5. 390. His wife,S'raddha,
Yaisravaiia, patronym of Kubera, 3. 233. Hence he is called
1. 122. King over kings, 2. S'raddhadeva,3. 337.
85. How employed,when the Yaivaswata,a Manwantara,P. 43,
earth was milked, 1. iSS. 56, 69; 2. 108, 259.
Yaiswadeva, a particular sacrifice, Yaivataka (??), variant of Kaiva-
in worship of the Yiswe devas, taka, a mountain-rangein S'aka-
2. 330; 3. 114, 130, 178, 186. dwipa,2. 199.
SeeYaiswadevika. Yajapeya, a certain sacrifice, its
Yaiswadevahoma, a particular origin, <fcc.,1. 85; 3. 113.
sacrifice, 3. 114. Yajasaneyi,the sameas the White
Vaiswadevika,the sameas Yais- Yajur-veda,3. 57, 63, 325; 4.
wadeva,3. 185, 190. 162.
Yaiswanara,a Danava,2. 71. V&jasrava,
Y^jasrava(??),Vdjasra-
Yaiswanara, three certain triads vas (11), variants of Edjasra-
of asterisms,2. 265, 267. vas,a Yyasa,3. 35.
Yaiswanarf, a certain triad of Ydjikarana, 'the use of aphro-
asterisms,2. 265, &c. disiacs/4. 33.
Yaisyas, 'members of the third Ydjimedha,a synonymof Aswa-
caste/ 1. 89. Sprungfrom the medha;5. 252.
thighs of Brahma,L 90. Their Vajins, students of the White
duties,3. 87. Yajur-veda,3. 57.
Vaitala. disciple of J4tukar/iya, Yajini (1),variantof Bajani,a river
discipleof S'akalya,3. 48. in India, 2. 148.
Yaitalaki, disciple of S'akapurii, Yajra, a Yadava prince, son of
and promulgatorof the 6ig- Aniruddhaand Subhadrd,4.
veda,3. 47. 113. Son of Aniruddha and
Yaitana, l rules for oblationsac- Usha, 5. 108, 150, 151, 155,
cordingto the Yedas/ 3. 63, 160.
338. i Yajra, daughter of Yaiswanara,
Vaitand'ya,son of Apa, a Yasu, accordingto thePadma-puraiia,
2.23- 2.71.
Yaitararii,a river in India, 2. 153. Yajrak&md,daughterof Maya,2.
Yaitarafii, a certain hell, 2. 215, 72. -
219. Yajrakant'akasdlmali,a certain
Yaivaswata, a Eudra, 2. 25. hell, 2. 215.
Yaivaswata, the Manu of the Vajrakut'a, a mountain in Plaksha-
seventh Manwantara, variously dwipa, 2. 193.
INDEX, 225

Vajramitra,sonof Glioshavasu,
4. Yallablias,a people,2. 180.
192, Yallabha,a religiousreformer,his
Vajranabha,
variouslygeuealogized, time, &c., 1. 16, 22; 5. 258,
3- 32I>323- 318, 338,-343-345*347, 356-
Vajra-nipatana, what, in the Yallabhagani,a lexicographer, re-
Hindu pancratium, 5. 37. ferred to, 3. 102, 197.
Vajrasana, what, in the Yoga Yallabhi, a city in Central India,
philosophy, 5. 230. 2, 180.
Yajravat (??),variant of Vfijinivat, Yallirasht'ra ('??),
variant of Malla-
4. 61. rasht'ra, 2. 165.
Vajrin, an epithet of Indra, 5. Yalmika (??), variant of Bahlika,
138. 4. 109*
Yajrivan (I1?),variant of Yaprivan, Yalmiki, Yyasa of the twenty-
3. 34- fourth Dwdpara age, 3. 35, 37.
Vakras, variant of Chakrasj 2. Yalmiki, author of the Ramayana,
165. 8.317.
Vakratapas,
a people,2. 165. Yamas,an hereticalsect,P. 79 ;
Yakrayodhin, variant of Yaktrayo- 5. 286, 287, 325, 326, 375,
dhiii, 2. 72, 380.
Vakshu, the Oxus, 5. 388. See Yamas (), variant of R&mas,2.
Vanksku, 2. 122; Suchakshu, 133-
2. 126; <fec,
fec.(Chakshulooks Yama,a Rudra,2. 25.
very like a graphical corruption Varna, son of Krishna and Rohini,
of Yakshu.) 5. 79.
Yaktrayodhin,son of Yiprachitti, Varna, a horseof the Moon, 2.
2. 72. 299.
Valabhi, what, in architecture, 5. Varna, the same as Suvama, a
27>3> 31* river, 2. 151.
Yalaka(??),variantof Baldka(?), Vamacharins, a sect,1. 125 (where
otherwiseBalakaswa, 4. 15. correct the spelling); 5. 290
Yalaka(??),variantof Yanaka,a (where correct the spelling),
6ishi, 3. 8. 392>
Yali, what,in architecture,o. 32. Yamadeva,a Rudra, 1. 79, 103,
Yalikhilyas, Devarshis, sons of 117.
Kratu, 1. 98, 155; 2. 253, 289, Yamadeva,a mountain in S'almala-
296; 3. 68. dwlpa, 2. 195.
Valakhilya,
a Samhita
of thej&ig- Vainaka,
sonof Bhajamana,
son
veda, 3. 49 (where correct the of Satwata, 4. 72.
spelling),68. Vamana,' dwarf,5son of Kasyapa
Yalkajas, variant of Kalkalas, 2. and Aditi, anda form of Vishriu,
180. 3. 18, 19; 4. 123 ; 5. 3. -
226 INDEX.

Yamana,a mountain- range in Vanaukas,the sameas Yanapras-


Krauncka-dwfpa, 2, 197. tha, I. 98.
Yamana
(]?),variantof Dalaki,3. Y^navas,
a people,2. 175.
49. Vanavadarvas (]), a people,2. 175.
Yamana-purana, analysis of it, Yanavasa,the same as Vauu-
<fcc.,
P. 20, 23, 24, 74, <fcc.
; 3. prastha,5. 174.
67; 5. 270, 319, 327. Yauavasakas, a people,2. 178.
Vamra,son of Vikhanas,3. 337. Yauavasikas(]1), variant of Ya-
Vamrivan(11),variantof Vaprivan. navasakas, 2. 178.
3. 34- Yariavasins(??),variant of Yana-
Vainsadhara,a river in India, 2.155. vasakas,2. 178.
Vamsaka,variantof Darbhaka,4. Yanayavas("?]),variant of Yata-
182. yanas, 2. 176.
Yamsavanaka
(t?),variantof Yatsa- Yanayuses(correctly),variant.,of
balaka, 4. 101. V4tdyanas, 2. 176.
Yamsavartins(the spelling to be Yanayus,sonof Pururavas,sonof
corrected),variant of Yasavar* Budha,4. 13.
tins, 3. 6 ; 5. 390. Yanchu(??),variant of Chakshu,
Yana (I?),variant of N"figa,sonof the Oxus,2. 120.
Usinara, 4. 121. Yaneyu, son of Raudraswa, 4.
Vanaka, a Rishi in the fourth 127-129.
Manwantara, 3. 8. (But, very Yarigas,a people, 2. 166 ; 3. 293,
likely, Yarada is the preferable And s6e Bangas.
reading,) Yangara,variant of Yaranga,4.
Yanakapivat, son of Pulaha, 1. 211.
155; 3.8. Vangava(?),a king, sonof Yara-
Yanapit'ha(??),variant of Akapi- dhannin,4. 212.
vat, 3. 8. Yangiri (*?),a king, 4. 211.
Yanaprastha^
*hermit/ his duties, Y&ni,variant of Par^,a river, 2.
&c., 3. 95, 279; 5. 174. And 147.
seeYanaukasand Yanavasa, Yanju (?]), variant of Chakshu,
Yanaraji, mistress of Yasudeva, the Oxus, 2. 120. SeeYakshu.
sonof S'tira,4. no- Yankfiti ($),variantof Vikfiti, son
YauarasyaSjvariant of Yarapasis, of Jfmuta, 4. 68.
2. 165, Yankshu,variant of Chakshu,the
Yanaspati,ruler overthe realmof Oxus, 2. 120, 122,339. See
Yanaspati, and son of Ghfita- Yakshu.
piisht'lia, king of Krauncha- Yankshu(M), variant of Nficha-
dwipa, 2. 198. kshus, 4. 164.
Yanaspati,a regionin Krauncha- Vanya(?),a river in Kuia-dwfpa,
dwfpa, 2. 198. 2. 196.
INDEX. 227

Vanya(]?),variantof Prmsu,son news the world, 1. 65. See


of Vaivaswata, 3. 232. also P, 42, 66, 70; 5. 88.
Vapovan (??),-variantof Vaprivan, Varaha, a district in India, 2.
8.34. 144.
Vaprivan, Vyasain the fourteenth Varaha, the nameof a Kalpa, that
Dwaparaage;3. 34. now current,P. 34; 1. 53, 54,
Vapus,' body/ daughterof Daksha, 69; 2, 108; 3. 66.
and wife of Dharma, L 109, Varaha-dwipa, an island, perhaps
no. fabulous, 2. 129.
Vapus, an Apsaras, 2. Si. Varahamihira, an astronomer, re-
Vapushmat,son of Priyavrata, and ferred to the court of King
king of S'almala-dwipa,2. 100, Vikramaditya, P, 8; 2. 190,
<fcc.,193. 275, 277; 4. 153.
Vapushmat,
afeishiin theeleventh Varaha-purana,Variha-purana,
Manwantara, 3, 26. analysis of it, &c., P. 20, 23,
Vapushmat, one of the Vis we 24, 70, &c.j 3. 67; 5. 327.
devas,3. 192. Varaka (?'?),variant of Dhanaka,
Vapushmat, slain by Dama, son 4.54.
of Narishyanta, 3. 245. Varalatta f??),a country in the
Vara, son of S'waphalka, 4. 96. south of India, 2. 179.
Vara, a river in India, 2. 149. Varamatha, son of Kshemavat, 3.
Varadas,a people, 2. 185. 334-
Varada, a river in India, 'popularly V^ra-mukhyd, ' a courtesan,'5. 25.
called Wurda, 2. 145, 155, Varana (??),variant of Eamana,2.
Varada, a commonvariant of Van- 23-
aka,-a &ishi,3. 8. " Varana,
a riverin India,2. 152.
Varada Bhat't'a, the same as the Varanana, an Apsaras,2. 82.
next, 3. 223. Vardiiasi, Varanasi, Varanasi,
Varadaraja, an author, 3. 136, Benares, 2. 152, 163; 4. 180;
222, 224. And see the last 5. 121, 127, 129. Burning of,
.article. 5. 128.
Varadharmin, a king, son of Varanavata,an ancient city, 4. 80,
Nakhavat(]), 4. 212. 8r.
Varaha, an epiphany of Vishnu, Varanga, son of Dharma, son of
in the form of a boar, for the Eamachandra,4. 211.
recovery of the earth, 1. 59. Varapasis, a people, 2. 165.
Is lauded by the earth, 1. 59- Vararuchi, an author, referred to
61. Eaises the earth from the the court of King Vikramaditya,
waters, 1. 61, &e. His form, P. 8.
1,61-63. He typifiestheritual Varavasis(??),
variantofVarapasis,
of the Vedas, 1. 63. He re- 2. 165.
228 INDEX.

Yiirayasis
' ('?(),variantof Varapasis, ferredto, 2. 113 (wherecorrect
2. 165. the spelling).
Varcha(M),a nameof the Sun(?), Yarshayanti,a Kfittika, 2. 337.
5. 383. See Varchas. Ydrshneyas,the same as Vfish-
Varcharchas, an epithet of the fiiS) 4. 58.
Magas, 5. 383. Yarsman, wbat, amongthe Magas,
Yarchas.' light,' sonof Soma,the j 5. 384 (wherecorrectthe spell-
Vasu, 2. 23. ing).
Yarchas,a particular ray of the sun, Vartivardhana (?), variant of Nan-'
5. 191. And see 2. 297, 298. divardhana, son of Janaka, 4.
Varchaswin, son of Yarchas,2. 23. 179.
Varchavasu,a Gandharva,2. 293. Yartta, fthe S'ilpa-sastra,mecha-
Varddririasa, the name of some nics, sculpture,andarchitecture,'
bird, 3. 194, 1, 148. Inconsistently rendered
Vardhamana, a mountain in by <"the Puranas," 2. 202. The
Krauncba-dwipa, according to word has another sensein 4.'
the Bhagavata-puraiia,2. 198. 310.
Vardhana, son of Krishna and Yarunaj cgod of the ocean,'P. 3 ;
Mitravinda, 5. 79. 1. 119, 141,147,177,178, 180;
Vareiiya-rupa, what, in theology, 2. 44,76, 77, 85; 3. 118, 166,
as characterizing Vishnu, 4. 288 j 4. 5, 27, 56, 258; 5. 15,
254- Si, 55>65>68, 88, 92,93, 100.
Yarga (??),variant of Vahni>son of His city, Vibhavari, Sukha,: or
Turvasu, 4. n6b Nimlochani, according to vari-
Varidasa, a Gandharva, 2. 20* ous authorities, where situated,
Varidhara, a hill in India, 2. 141. 2. 112, 118, 239, 240. He
Varisara(?*?),
variantof Bindusaraj gives a thousand horses to'
4. 188. Aichika, 4. 16. Other names
Variyas, son of Pulaha, a Praja- of him are Ambupa, Prachetas,
pati, 1. 155. and Toyesa.
Varman, a name appropriate for a Varuna, an Aditya, 2. 27, 285,
Kshattriya, 3. 99* &c., 306.
Varnasa, two rivers so called^ 2. Yaruna,oneof the Viswe devas,3.
iS2- 179,
Yarpe}"u, son of Raudraswa, 4. Varuna, a Yaksha, 2. 288, 293.
128. Yaruna (wbo ?), father of the ninth
Varsama(??),
thesameasYarsman, Manu, accordingto the Bha-
5. 384. gavata-puraria,3. 24.
Yarshas,divisions of Jambu-dwipa, Yaruna,a portion of Bharatavarsha,
2. 102, 114. 2. 112, 129.
Yarshayani, an ancient author, re- Varuna, the sameas S'atabhishaj,
INDEX. 229

an asterism, 2. 265; 3. 167 tion, deified, <kc., 1. 60, 142 ;


(where correct the spelling), 2. 29; 3. 295; o. 137, 179.
169; 5. 390. (In several of the passages re-
Yaruiia(^), variantof Yanaka,the ferred to, it is variously and
Rishi, 3. 8. very erroneously translated.)
Yaruria(??),variant of Yararia,a And seeYashat'.
river, 2. 152. Yasin,accordingto the Bhagavata-
Varuna-upapurana, P. 87. purana, son of 'Kfiti, son of
Yarurii, 'the goddess of wine/ Bahulaswa,3. 335.
produced from the ocean,when Yasisht'has,seven sons of Vasish-
churned, 1. 144, 147; 2. 212 ; t'lia, the Prajapati, 1. 155 ; 3.
5. 65, 66. Other namesof her 56> 7-
are Madira and Sura. Yasisht'ha, a Prajapati, Brah-
Yarurii, variant of Aruni, the marshi, or son of Brahma, 1.
Kishi, 3. 26. ' 100. His wife, tlrja, 1. 109,
Yaruthim, an Apsaras,3. 2. 155 ; but Arundhati, by a dis-
Yaruttha(?),sprungfromTurvasu, crepantaccount,1. no, 200.
4-"7: His sevensons,according
to
Yasa, a river in India, 2. 152. conflicting accounts,1. 155; 3.
Vasana,' imagination/ 5. 224. 5, 6, 7. He Las another son,
Yasana(??),variant of Savana,son S'akti, father of Parasara, 3.
of Yasisht'ha,1. 155. 35, 36, 306. The Barhishads,
Yasati (ft), Yasdti (M), variants of certain Pitfis, are regarded as
Yimsati, son of Iksh\vaku, 3. his sons, 3. 161; and so are
260. the Sukalins, other Pitfis, 3.
Vasava,a nameof Indra, 1. 136; 165. He figuresas a liishi in
'2. 239; 5. 45, 89, 99, 101, the current Mamvantara, 3. 13.
234. King of the Maruts,2. His hermitage,where,2. 132.
8S. Heallaysthewrath of Parasara,
Yasava,the sameas Dhanisht'ha, 1. 7. He cursesPavaka and
an asterism, 3. 167. others, 1.1193. Is family-priest
Yasavadatta,the, a tale, its Pre- to the house of Ikshwaku, 3.
facereferred to, 2. 158,159,164, 260, 261. Priest of Manu, 3.
341; 3. 268,318,340; 4. 137, 234. Ghostly adviser of Pfish-
172, 178, 180, 191, 217; 5.. adhra, 3. 239. Is family-priest
81. of Sagara, 3. 291, 292. Dis-
Vasavartins,a classof godsin the putes^withYiswamitra, P. 39,
third Mamvantara, 3. 6. 56, 108; 1. 7 ; 3. 261,306; 4.
yashat',the sameas Yashat'kara, 22. His cowis killed bySatya-
1. 60; 2. 29; 3. 123, 234. vrata or Trisanku, and the con-
Yashat'kara, a mystical -exclama- sequences,3. 286. Yiswamitra
230 INDEX.

curses him, and lie is changed d-ana, son of Bfihadratha, ,4.


into a starling, 3, 288. He i6S.
cursesSaudasa,3. 307, 310. He Vasus. Sons of Dharma and
cursesNimi, 3. 327. Is cursed Devi, 2. 2i.. Sons of Dharma
by Nimi, 3. 328. See also P. and Vasu, 2.. 22. Eight, and
32, 33> 58>%; 1- 6>&c>*37> their names, 2. 23. Their
&c.; 2. 2.85, &c.; 3. 3, 4, 8, chief, Pavaka, 2. 85. ' Their
ii, 23, 68, 201, 233, 237,285, descendants,2. 23. See also
287, 292, 305 ; 5. 251. Ety- 1, 121, 141, 142; 2. 29; 3.
mology of the word Vasisht'ha, ^ 13* J55 I235 I5-8; 4- i", 2495
as againstVasisht'ha,a -common 25,8,272, 2.93; 5. 2, 100, 143,
corruptionof it, 2. 339. An- 234, 247, 388.
other name of Vasisht'ha, is Vasus,variant of Vis was, 5. 143.
said to be Mitra, 3. 305. Vasu., the same as Apaspati, son
Vasisht'ha, the Vyasa of the of Uttanapada, 1. 159.
eighth Dwapara age, 3. 34, 37- Vaso, son of Vatsara, son of
(The sameas the last ?) Dhruva, 1. 178.
Yasisht'ha,
or i,pava, sonof Va- Vasu,rulerovertherealmof Vasu,
ruria, god of the ocean,-4. 56. and son of Hiran}?are.tas,
king of
Vasisht'ha, patronym of S'akti, Kusa-dwlpa, 2. 197. .
father of Parasara,1. 7. Vasu, a Eishi in the ninth Man-
Vasisht'ha,patronym of Mitr.ayu, wantara, 3. 25.
3. 66. Vasu,one*of the Visw-edevas,3.
Vasisht'ha,variantof Mahtaurii, 1.89,190, 1.91,192.
3. IT. Vasu, s:onof Bh^tajyotis, 3. 335.
Vasisht'ha-saiiihit4, the, referred Vasu, son of Purdravus, son of
to, 3. 190. Budha, 4. 13.
Vasisht'ha-smfiti, the? a code of Vasu, son of Kusa, 4. 15.
law, quoted.,or referred to, 3. Vasu, son of Jamadagni, 4. 20.
102, no.. Vasu, son of Vasudeva, son of
Vasisht'ha-upapuraiia,P. 87. S'ura, 4. ix.
Vastra, variant of Vastu, a riv,er, Vasu, son of Kf itaka, son of Chya-
2. 149. vana, 4. 149-
Vastu, a river in India, 2. 149. Vasu, son <)f Krishna and Satya,
Vastu, variant of Babhru^ son ;of ^ 79-
Romapada,4. 67. Vasn, daughter of Daksha, and
Vastu-bhdta,what,in philosophy, wife of Dharma,2. 21, 22.
2. 309. Vasu, a region in Kusa-dwipa, 2.
Vastudeva(]?), variant of Devavat, 197-
son of Abrura, 4. 96. Vasu, a certain ray of the sun, 5.
Vastunada (??),,variant of Vasu- -191. And se,e2. 297, 298. "
INDEX. 231

Yasu ('?]), variant of Tamsu,4. Yasudeva,


a Kanwaking, 4. 192,
T3' 193, 194.
,.
Yasubhfidydna,
sonof Yasisht'ha, Ydsudeva,Paurid'raka,an impos-
i- iss- tor, 5. 121, 124.
Vasuddman,
variant of Yasudana, Ydsudeva,
a title, 5, 122,123,129.
son of Bfihadratha, 4. 165. Yasudevd, variant of Sutard,
Vasuddna, a king named in the daughter of SVaphalka, 4. 95.
Kevd-mdhdtmya, 2. 151. Yasujyesht'ha,according to the
Vasuddna,ruler overthe kingdom Matsya-purdna, sonof Pushpa-
of Yasudana, and sonof Hiran- mitra, 4. 191.
yaretas,king of Knsa-dwipa,2. Vdsuki,a serpent,sonof Kasyapa
197- . and Kadru, 1. 142, 143; 2. 74,
Yasuddna,son of Bfihadratha, son 210, 211, 285, &c.; 5. 12, 251,
of Tigma, 4. 16*5. 383, King of the JSTdgas, 2.
Yasuddna,a region in Kusa-dwipa, 86, His abode, in one of the
2. 197. Pdtalas, 2. 210, 211.
Yasudeva, son of S'ura, son of Vasumauas,son of Rohidaswa, 3.
Devamld'husha, 4. TOO, 101. 284.
Marries the sevendaughtersof Vasumanas,variant of Sumanas,
Xhuka, 4. 98. Becomesfather son of Haryaswa, 3. 284.
of Krishna or Yishnu, 4. 268, Vasumat, variously genealogized,
269. Is previously imprisoned, 3. 14, 15, 232.
with his wife Devaki; by Kamsa, Yasumat, son of Krishna and
4. 259. He burns himself with Jdmbavati, 5. 79.
Krishna's corpse, 5. 154. See Yasumitra, variously genealogized,
also 3. 84; 4. 108, no, 113, 4. 191.
233, 248, 249, 260, 261, 270, Yasundharas,a caste in S7Jmala-
273>275> 279>299>335. 336> dwipa, 2, 195,
337 ; 5. 18, 26, 35, 40, 42, 44, Yasuruchi, a Gandharva, 1. iSS.
58, 76, 141, 149,150. He has Ydsusomddhi
(?),variant of Sorn-
the epithet A'nakadundubhi. dpi, son of Sahadeva, 4. 151
Ydsudeva,patronym of Krishna or (note ).
Yishnu, P. 41, 46,54, 55; 1, i, Yasusresht'ha,variant of Yasujye-
-
2, 17, 18, 119, 163; 2, 59, sht'ha, 4. 191.
&c.; 3. 39, 77, 166, 205, 312; Yasuvarchas ($]) variant of Su-
4. 81, 82, 83, &c., in; 5. 4, dhanwan, son of S'dswata, 3.
5, 16, 57, 122, 126, &c. <fcc. 334-
One with the three Yedas, and Yaswasanta (??), variant of S'ds-
alsoonewith Om, 3. 39. The wata,sonof S'ruta,3. 334.
word etymologized, 1. 2, 17 ; Yaswaukasdrd,the sameas Amar-
5. 213- avati, Indra's city, 2. 240.
232 INDEX.

Vaswokasara,a river in India, 2. Vatsahanu, son of Senajit, son of


121. Yiswajit, 4. 141.
Vata, a BAkshasa,2. 285, &c. Yatsaka, son of S'ura, son of
Vat'a, a tree, the Ficus Indica, 2. Devamld'husha,4. ipi.
116. Vatsandhamaka
(?'?),variant o*f
Vata, variant of S'aniin, son of Yatsabalaka, 4. 101.
Sura, 4. 99. Yatsapri, son of Bhalandana, 3.
Vat'adhanas,a people, 2. 167, 241, 242.
Vatajamas ('?),a people, 2. 175. Vatsaprlti, the same as Yatsapri,
Vatajamarathoragas(?), a people, 3. 241, 242.
2. 175. Vatsara, son of Dhruva, son of
V&t'aka (11), son of Chakora or Uttanapada, 1. 178.
Chakorasdtakarriin,4. 198, Vatsara, sprung from Kasyapa,
Vatapi, son of Hrdda, 2, 69. son of Marichi, 3. 15.
Called son of Viprachitti, 2, Vatsara, a certain cyclic year, 2.
71- 255-
Vatayanas, a people,2. 176.' Yatsaraja,' king of Yatsa/ intend-
V^Uyudha(?),variant of Abhaya- ing Udayana,2. 158; 4. 163.
da, 4. 127. Yatsasri(??),variant of Vatsapri,
Yatsas, variant of Matsyas, 2. 3. 242.
153. Vatsavat(IT),variant of Vatsaba-
Yatsa,a ISTaga,
2. 287; 5, 251. laka, 4. 113.
Vatsa,son of Pratardana,son of Vatsavfiddila(11),variant of Vat*
Divodasa,4. 24, 36. savyiiha, 4. 167.
Yatsa,, the same as Pratardana, Vatsavyiiha, variously genealo-
son of Divodasa, 4. 35. (Per- gized, 4. 167.
haps this is the Yatsa named Vatsya, disciple of S'akalya, and
in 4. 40.) promulgator
of the feig-veda,
3.
Yatsa, son of someYatsa, accord- 46.
ing to the VAyu-purdria,4. 38. Vatsya, promulgator of the White
Yatsa, the sameas Vatsabhumi, (?) Yajur-veda, 3, 57.
4. 38, 39- Vatsy^yana,the sameas Kaut'ilya,
Yatsa, son of Urukshepa, son of 4. 186.
Bfihatkshana, 4. 167. Vdyaviya-purana = V4yu-pur4na,
Yatsa, a region in India, 2. 158. P. 35, 36.
Yatsa (?!),variant of Yatsahanu, Yayavya,the sameas Swati, an
4. 141. asterism, 2. 277.
Vatsabalaka, son of S'lira, son of V&yu, ' wind.7 Produced from the
Devamid'hnsha,
4. ioi} 113. rudimentof touch,produces
the
Yatsabhumi, variously genealo- rudiment of form, 1. 35, 36.
gized, 4. 37-39- As a god. P. 3,35, 37, 38, 86 ;
INDEX, 233

1. 180; '2. 79, 80; 3, 118; 4. Anfita, and wife of Raurava,


159. Is king of the Gandhar- 1. 112.
vas,2. 86. Krishnasendshim Vedangas, ' sciences
dependenton
on an errand to Indra, 5. 45, the Vedas.' These,six in num-
46. A form of Vishnu,in S'al- ber, are enumeratedin 3. 67.
iiiala-dwipa,2. 194. His city, Seealso3. 174; 5. 2.
asa Lokapala,2, 112, IT8. Vedanta,a systemof philosophy,
Vayuna,son of Krisaswa,2. 29. P. 41, 94; 1. 172, 199; 2. 6,
Vayu-puraria,analysisof it, <fec., 95; 4. 253, 256; 5. 4, 200.
P. 7, 17, 18,24,26, 35>86>87, Vedanta-paribhasha, a Vedanta
89; 1. 121; 5. 308. treatise, quoted, 2. 337.
Vayuputra,patronymof Hanumat, Vedasini,a river in India, 2. 131,
i. in. 145, 146.
Vedas. Theirmain scope,P. i, Vedasira, son of Kfis4s\va, 2.
&c. Their extent, 3. 63. Typi- 29.
fied by Om, 1. i, 2. Their Vedasiras,
son of Markaiid'eya,1.
various parts produced from 152, I5S-
various parts of Brahma's body, Vedasiras, son of Prana, son of
I. 84-86. Divisions and pro- Dhatri, 1. 200.
mulgatorsof them,&c. etc.,3. Vedasiras,accordingto the Bha-
33-63. Divisionof oneoriginal gavata-purana,
a 6ishi in the
Veda into the four Vedas, 3. fifth Manwantara, 3. 10.
31, 33. The original Veda a Vedasiras,a Muni who became
composition containing one master of Patala,and who aided
hundred thousand stanzas, 3. in transmitting the Vishnu-
40. purana (identical with some
Veda-,a river in India, 2. 145. Vedasirasbefore mentioned?),
Vedabahu,son of Pulastya, 1. 5. 251.
155- Vedasiras(who?), 3. 3, 17.
Vedabahu,a Kishi in the fifth Vedasmfita,a river in India (one
Manwantara,3. 10. with theVedasmfiti?),2. 144,
Vedadarsa, disciple of Sumantu, . 340-
and teacher of the Atharva- Vedasmfiti,a river in India (now
veda,3. 61, 62. calledthe Beos?), 2. 130, 131,
Vedagarbha,a female form of 339>340-
Vishnu,4. 262,265. Vedasparsa,discipleof Kabaiidba,
Vedaka, an Apsaras. 2. 82. and promulgator of the Athar-
Vedamitra, another name of S'a- va-veda,3. 61.
kalya,promulgator
of the fog- Vedasri,
a feshiin the fifth Man-
"* veda, 3? 45. wantara, 3. 10..
Vedana, * torture,' daughter of | Vedasrutas,
accordingto the-Bha-
234 INDEX.

gavata-purana,
a classof gods Vena(1?),(who1), 3. 70.
" in the third Manwantara, 3. 6. Vena, a river in India, 2. 150.
Vedaswa,a river in India, 2. 151. Vena,variant of Prarhsu,son of
Vedavainasika,a river in India, Vaivaswata,3. 232.
2. 145,-146. Vena($), variant of Vena,sonof
Vedavati,an Apsaras,2. 82. Anga,and of theVyasa,respec-
Vedavati,a river in India, 2. 144, tively, P. 42; 3. 35.
146, 339- Vena,variant of Para,a river, 2.
Vedavit, 'a Brahman who under- 147.
standsthe meaningof the text Veni, a river in India, 2. 150.
of the Vedas,' 3. 174, 175. Venkas, a people, 2. 104, 105.
Vedavyasa, 3. 31, 33,41 ; 5. 180. Venkat'as
('??),variant of Venkas,
SeeVyasa. 2. 104.
Vedha,equivalentto onehundred Veukat'a(M),a country,2. 104.
Trut'is, 1. 48. Venkat'a,a hill in India, 2. 141.
Vedhaka,a hell, 2. 218. Venkat'a Adhwarin, a modem
Vedhas,anothernameof Brahma, author,referredto, 2. 134.
1.83, 100; 3. 56. Venkat'adri,the templeof, in the
Vedika, what, in architecture,5. Deccan,P. 34.
3r- Venu, son of Vaivaswata,the
Vegasaras, a people,2. 179. Manu,3. 232.
Vegavat, son of Bandhumat,3. Venn, a Yadava king, variously
" 245. genealogized, 4. 53, 54.
Vegavat, son of Krishna and Venuhaya,variant of Venu, the
Satya,5. 79. Yadavaking, 4. 53.
Vegavati,a river in India (now Venuhotra, according to the
calledthe Vyki), 2. 155. Bhagavata- purana, son of
Vegavatyas, a classof Apsarases, Dhfisht'aketu,sonof Satyaketu,
2. 75, 82. 4- 37^39' .
Vegetables,
creationof, and kinds Venuhotri (??),variant of Veiiu-
of, 1. 70. hotra, 4. 37,.
Vegipiiyavaha
('?'?),
variant of Pu- Venuka, variant of Renuka or
.. yavaha, 2. 218, Dhenukd, the river so called,
Vela, daughter of Hern, and wife ^
2. i99r
of Samudra, 1. 157, Venumatj ruler over the kingdom
Vena,son of Anga, son of Urn, of Yenumat,and sonof Jyotish-
P. 42 (wherecorrect the spell- mat,king of Kusa-dwipa,
2.195.
ing) ; 1. 177,<kc.SeeVena(]?). Venumatj a division of Kusa-
Vena,Vyasaof the twenty-second dwipa,2. 195.
Dwaparaage,3. 35, SeeBa- Vetala,his devotionto Devi, P.
jasravas." SeeVena(??). 90,
INDEX. 235

Vetalabhat't'a, an author, referred power or dignity,' &c. &c., 2.


to the court of king Vikrama- 89; 3. 251; 4. 256.
ditya, P. 8. Vibhuti,variantof Ativibhuti,(f) 3.
Vetasinf(W),variantof Yedavati, 243-
the river so called,2. 145. Vibudha,sonof Kfita (?)or Kfiti,
Vetravatf,Vetravati,theriver now sonof Kirttiratba, 3. 331.
popularly calledthe Betwa,,2.. Vichakshus(I1?),variantof Nicha-
131, 143, 147, 340.. kru, 4. 163, 164.
Vetravati(?]),variant of Chandra- Vicharu (??),variant of Sushena,
bhaga, 2. 147. son of Krishna, 5. 78.
Vet't'ahaya (??), variant of Venu\, Vichitra, son of Rauchya, the
the Yadava king, 4. 53. Manu, 3. 28.
Vibha, the same as Vibhavari, 2, Vichitra, variant of Pavitra", a
240. river in India, 2. 148.
Vibhasa, one of the sevensuns, 5.. Vichitravlrya, son of S'antanu,4.
191. 157, 158-
Vibhavari, Soma's city, where Vidagdha, promulgator of the
situated, 2. 240. Etymology White Yajur-veda, 3. 57.
of the word, 2. 342. Vidaman(1*2),
variant of Anenas,
Vibhavasu, a Danava, son of Ka- son of A^yus,4. 30.
syapa,sonof Marichi, 2. 70. Vidarbhas,a people,2.164; 5. 69.
Vibhavasu, l fire/ 5. 197. Vidarbhas, variant of Sunayas,2.
Vibhavasu(?),variantdf Vibhasa, 181.
5. 191. Vidarbha, a king, father of Ke-
Vibhishana, a Bakshasa,according sini, 3. 297.
to the Bhagavata-purana,son of Vidarbha, son of Jyamagha,4. 64,
Visravas, son of Pulastya, 1. 66.
154- Vidarbha, a country, now called
Vibhraja, son of Sukfiti, son .of Berar, P. 107; 2. 144, 145, 157,
Pfithu, 4. 141. 171, 173; 3.285; ^ H2,I34;
Vibhu, a transformation of Vishnu, 5. 69-71.
when he appeared as son of Viddhisdra (1?),variant of Bimbi-
Vedasirasand Tushita, 3. 17. sara, 4.- 180.
Vibhu, Indra in the fifth Man- Videhas, a people, 2. 165.
wantara, 3. 9. Videha, a country, 3. 221, 330;
Vibhu, son of JPrastava, 2. 107. 4. 64, 84, 344.
Vibhu, variously genealogized,4. Videha (?), a city (1), 2. 341.
37, 3& Videsa(?),a country,4. 213. See
^ Vibhu, variant of Vipra, son of Vidisa.
S'rutanjaya.,4. 174. Vidhatfi, Brahma, as protector,'
"*superhumanor divine 5.15-
236 INDEX.

Vidhatfi, son of Bhfigu, 1. 118, Viduratha, son of Suratha, sou of


. 152, 157; 2. 307 ; 3. 118. Jahnu, 4. 153.
Vidhatfi, the sameas Vishnu,or Vidiiratha (11),variantof Yipfithu,
an epithet of him, 5. n (where son of Chitraka, 4. 96.
" Brahma/' in the text, must Yidut (11),a Yedaof the Magas,5.
be wrong), 214. 383-
Vidhideva (I?), son of Vasudeva, Vidyas, certain branchesof know-
son of S'ura, 4. no. ledge, of four kinds, particular-
Vidhisara (11),variant of Bimbi- ized, 1. 148.
sara, 4. 180. Vidyadharas,' a kind of demigods/
Vidhfiti, caholy ordinance/ 2.338. L 82, 122 ; 5. 246.
Vidbfiti (11),variant of Dhyushi- Vidyadharis, i a kind of demigod-
taswa, 3. 322, 323. desses/1. 135.
Vidhu (11),variant of Vipra, son of Vidyavati, an Apsaras, 2. 82.
of S'rutanjaya, 4. 174. Vidyudambhd (11),variant of Yi-
Vidisa (1), Vidisa (1), a country, dyudambhas,2. 196.
3. 221 ; 4. 191, 213. See Vidyudambhas, a river in Kusa-
Vaidisa. dwipa, 2. 196.
Vidisa, a river in India, perhaps Vidyudushna (I), variant of Yid-
that now popularly called the yudambhas,2. 196.
Bess, 2. 150. Vidyudwarna (11),an Apsaras, 2.
Yidisara (11),variant of Bimbisara, 82.
4. 180. Vidyut, a Hakshasa. 2. 285, &c.
Vidmisara(II), variant of Bimbi- Vidyutparna,an Apsaras,2. 81,
sara, 4. 180, 181, 18.6. 82.
Yidruma, a mountain in Kusa- Yihangamas,a classof gods in the
dwipa, 2. 196. eleventh Manwantara, 3. 26.
Yidula, son of Durgama (]), sonof Yijati, according to the Linga-
Dhfita, 4. 119. puraiia, son of Nahusha, son of
Yidupa, son of Durgama (?), son Ajus, 4. 46.
of Dhfita, 4. 119. Yijayas, a people, 2. 166.
Vidura, son of Kfishnadwaipa- Yijaya, variously geuealogized,3.
yana, P. 41; 4. 158, 289.
Yiduratha(who'?),fatherof Su- ! Vijaya,sonof Jaya,3. 335.
nanda, 3. 242. I Vijaya, son of Pururavas, son of
Yiduratha, a king (wlio?), 3. 268; Budha, 4. 13, 14.
4. 153; 5. 70. Vijaya, son of Jaya or Yijaya, 4.
Yiduratha, sprung from Puru, son 43, 44. (Perhaps this is the
of Jahniij 4. 24. same as Vijaya, son of Jaya,
Yidiiratha, son of Bhajamaua, 4. named above. The doubt here
99. may begin as far back as Ane-
INDEX. 237

nas; for, by Aneiias, son of Vikesi, wife of S'arva, the Rudra,


Kshemari, and Anenas, son of and mother of Lohitanga, 1.
Xyiis, one and the sameperson 117; 2. 259.
maybe intended.) Vikbanas,fatherof Vamra,3. 337.
Vijaya, variouslygenealogized,4. Vikramaditya,King, son of Gar-
125,126. dabhila,P. 7-9; 1. 61, 62; 5.
Vijaya, an Audbra king, son of 337 392- (Perbapstwo per-
Yajnasri,<fec.,
4. 199, 201. sonsare intended,and one of
Vijaya,sonof KrishnaandJamba- them fictitious.)
vatf, 5. 79. Vikramorvasi,the, a drama,re-
Vijaya, daughterof Daksha,and ferredto, 2. 287; 4. 5,
wife of Kfisaswa,2. 29, 337 ; Vikranta, a Prajapati, according
3. 82. to the Vayu-purana, 1. 102.
Vijaya,wife of Sahadeva,son of Vikfishna (?), variant of Gaura-
Dasra, 4. 159. kfishna, 4. 200,
Vijayaiiagara, a city in Southern Vikfita-, son of Daksha, the Pra-
India, P. 34. jApati, 1. 103.
Vijitaswa, the same as Antar- Vikfiti, son of Jimuta, son of
dhana, son of Pfithu, 1. 192. Vyoman, 4. 68.
Vijnana, ' internal sensationor Vikfiti, what,in philosophy,1.76.
intelligence/3. 210, 218; 5. Vikukshi, surnamedS'asada,sou
204. of Ikshwaku, 3. 259-261, 297.
Vijnaneswara, a commentator on Vikunt'ha, wife of S'ubbra, and
Yajnavalkya, 3. 102, 187. mother of Vishnu, 3. 17; 4.
Vikala, a measure of time, equi- 278.
valent to six Pranas,1. 48. Viloliita, variant of Vimohana, 2.
Vikala (M), variant of Vikriti, son 214 (wherecorrect the spelling).
of Jimuta,4. 68. Vilomaka(?),variantof Viloman,
Vikala (??),variant of Ivilaka, or 4. 97.
Apilaka, 4. 196. Viloman, a Yadavaking, variously
Vikalpas, variant of Vikalyas, 2. genealogized,4. 97.
i78. Vilwisara ($), variant of Bimbi-
Vikalpa, what, in Vaidik litera- sara, 4. 181.
ture, 3. 62, 69. Vimala, son of Sudyumna, son
Vikalpa, what, in philosophy,4. of Vaivaswata,3. 237.
241. Vimati (??),variant of Vimsati, 3.
Vikalyas, a people, 2. 178. 260.
Vikarni (?),variantof Chakorasa- Vimochani, a river in S'almala-
takarnin, 4. 197. dwipa, 2. 194.
* Vikartfi, i transformer,' 5. 90. Vimoba, the same as Vimohana,
Vikasa, what in philosophy, 1.29. 2. 217.
238 INDEX.

Vimohana,a certain hell, 2. 214, Yindhyap41akas, variant of Yin-


Seethe last. dhyachulikas,2. 179.
Yimsa,variouslygenealogized,
3. Yindhyasakti,
a certainking, 4.
242, 243. 210, 212, 213.
Yimsaja,a certainking, 4. 212. Vindhyasena
(?),variantof Bim-
Yiriisati, son of Ikshwaku, 3. 260. bisara, 4. 180.
Yimukti, what,in theology,5.2-42. Yindhyavasini,a placenear Mir-
Vina, a river in India, 2. 148. zapore, on the Ganges,4.
Yinadi, a river in India,. 2. 15o. 262.
Yinata,son of Sudyumna,
son Yinita,sonof Pulastya,
according
of Yaivaswata,3. 2-37. to the Yayu-purana,1. 155.
Vinata,daughterof Daksha,and Yipapa,a river in India, 2. 143,
wife of Kasyapa,
otherwise /53>340.
called Tarksha,P. 83; 2, 26, Yipapa,variant of Vipasa,a river
28, 73; 3. 298. in Plaksha-dwipa,2. 192.
Vinataswa,sonof Sudyumna,son Yipapman(?),variant of Anenas,
of Yaivaswata, 3.237, son of Ayus, 4. 30.
Yinaya,'prudence,'
sonofDharma Yiparyaya,
what, in philosophy,
and Kriya, 1", no." 1. 69.
Vinaya, son of Sudyumnayson Yipas, a river in India, 2. 121.
of Yaivaswata, 3. 237. (This is the ancient name of the
Vinda,sonof Jayasena, the Avan- Vipas&.)
tya, 4. 103; 5. 82. Yipasa,a fiver in India, the Byasa
Yindhusara(IT),variant of Bim- or BeaSy popularlyso called, 2.
bisara, 4. 181. 143,144, 169; 3. 170; 4. 118.
Vindhyas,'arace,4. 213-215. (It is identifiedwith theHypha-
Yindhya, a mountain-range in sis or Bibasis. And see the
Central India, P. 55, 107; 1. last article.)
181; 2. 113, 127, 128, 130, Yipasa,a river in Plaksha-dwipa,
141, 339; 3- 240, 260, 319; 2. 192.
4- 59>77, 219, 221; 5. 387. Yipaschit, ludra in the second
Yindhyachulikas (as, probably, Manwantara,3. 3.
thenameshouldbewritten,and Yiplava,' disappearance,' 3. 29.
not Yindhyachulukas, Yindhya- Vipra, sonof Slisht'i, 1. 177.
chulakas,or the like), a people, Yipra, sonof S'rutanjaya,4. 174.
2. 179- Yiprachitti, son of Kasyapaand
Yindhyamauleyas, a peoplemen- Danu, 1. 145, 148; 2. 30, 55,
tioned in the Markand'eya-pu- 70, 71 " 5. 87. King of the
raiia, 2. 180. Danavas, 2, 86.
Yindhyamulikas, variant of Vin- Yiprachitti, an Apsaras,2. 81, 83,
dhyachulikas, 2. 179. 291.
INDEX. 2.39

Yiprarshi, the sameas Bralimar- Yiraj, 'Vishnu, as the first male/


shi, 5. 121. * Brahma, the creator/ <fec.,1.
Yipfisht'a,accordingto the Bha- 59, io5,<fec.,170,172; 2. 229,
gavata-purana,sonof Yasudeva, 342; 3. 159.
sonof S'ura,4. in. Viraj, son of Nara,son of Gaya,
Vipfithu, son of Chitraka,4. 96; 2. 107.
5. 148. Yiraj as, according to the Bhaga-
Vipula, son of Yasudeva, son of vata-purana,a class of gods in
S'ura, 4. 109. the eighth Manwantara, 3. 24.
Yipula, a mountain serving as (On Yiraja, as a corruption,see
buttressto MountMeru,to the 2. 107,note f.)
west, 2. in, 115. Yiraj a, the same as Bralima, 3.
Yipura, what, in philosophy,1. J59-
3*>32- Viraja, a Prajapati,3. 158, 159.
" Viras,accordingto theBhagavata- Viraja, sonof T \vashffi,2. 107.
puraria,a classof gods in the Viraja, father of Sudhaman,2.
fourth Manwantara, 3. 7. 262.
Yira, sonof Swayambhuva, 1. 108. Yiraja, accordingto- the Bhaga-
Vira, sonof Gfhijima (']), 4. 113. vata-purana,disciple of Jatu-
Yira, accordingto the Bhagavata- karnya,3. 48.
puraiia, son of Krishna and Viraja, wife of Nahusha,son of
Kalindi, 5. 79. j^yus, 3. 164; 4. 45.
Yira, accordingto the Bhagavata- Viraj4, mind-borndaughterof the
purana, son of Krishna and Ajyapas,3. 164.
Nagnajitf or Satya,5. 79. Viraja-loka,accordingto theVayu-
Yira, a river in India, 2. 148. purana,a region tenantedby
Yira (?),variantof Vimsa,sonof theAgnishwattas,
3. 160.
Kshupa,3. 242. Yirajas,oneof the saintscalled
Yirabhadra, created by Mahe- Kumaras,1. 79.
swaraor Siva,is a subordinateVirajas,sonof Paurnam4sa, son
of the goddessDevi, L 121, ofMarichi,1.153;2. 262. See
128, 130, &c.; 4. 339. He Vairaja.
mauls the gods and goddesses Viraj as, son of Vasisht'ha, the
cruelly, 1. 131. See Pina- Prajapati, 1. 155.
kadhfik. Virajas,a foshiin thesixthMan-
Yiradha, a Bakshasa slain by wantara, 3. 12.
Rama, 3. 316. Virajas, son of Savarni, Maim of
Yirahotras, variant of Yitihotras, the eighth Manwantara, 3. 24.
. 4.58. Viraj aska, in the Bhagavata-pu-
Yirahotra, variant of Yitihotra, rana, instead of Virajas, son of
^ 57- Savarni, 3. 24.
240 INDEX.

Yiraka, according to the Bh&ga- Yiryadharas, a caste in S'almala-


vata-purdna,a Irtish! in the sixth dwipa, 2. 195.
Manwantara,3. 14. Yiryavat (]]), variant of Dharmin,
Virana, (who?), father of Push- sonof Bfihadraja,4. 169.
karirii or Virani, L 178. Viryavat('?),variantof Vipra, sou
Tirana,a patriarch,fatherof Asik- of S'rutanjaya,4 174.
ni, 2. 12, &c. For his identity Vis, the sameas Vaisya, 3. 86.
with Pancha]ana, see2. 15. Yisada f??),variant of Viswajit,
Virana (??),variantof Ylramn, 3. son of Jayadratha, .4. 140.
57- Vis4kha,son of Kumara,son of
Viranagara,a city lying on the Agui, 2, 23 ; 4. 283.
river Devika,2. 330. Visakha,an asterism,2. 256,&c.;
Yiraiii, daughter (??) of some 3. 167,
Yirana, 1. 178. SeePushkarinij YiscUdiadhupa (?),Vis&khapupa (]),
her othername. variants of Visdkhanipa (1),
Viranin, a promulgator of the 4. 179.
White Yajur-veda,3. 57. Vis4khanipa(?), son of P&laka,
Virankara, a river in India, 2. son of Pradyotana, 4. 179.
149. Visakhasupa
(?),Yisdkhayiipa("?),
Yiraratha, variant of Bahuratha, variants of Visdkhanipa (fyj 4.
4. 144. 179.
Virasana,a certain posture, in the Visahi, son of Trinabindu, son of
Yoga philosophy,3, 140j 5. Budha,3. 243, 244, 246.
230. Yisala,an Apsaras,2. 82,
Yirasena, father of a ISFala,
3. 304* Visala, a name of Ujjayini, 3. 221,
Yiravati, a river in India, 2. 149. 246*
Yiravrata, according to the Bha- Yisamana (^)3 variant of Yisasana,
gavata-purana,
son of Madhu, 2. 214.
son of Bindumat, 2. 107. Visasana^a certain hell, 2. 214,
Yirina (1?), variant of Varuria, 215, 218.
ancestorof Pushkarinf, 1. 179. Yishamsu (??), variant of Eushad-
Yirochana, a Daitya, son of Prah- gu, 4. 61.
lada, 1. iSS; 2. 69; 3. 19,23; Vishnu, a god of the first order.
4. 123, 250; 5. 6. The sameas Brahma,Iswara,
Yiraddhas, a classof gods in the spirit; the cause of creation,
tenth Manwantara, 3. 25. preservation, and destruction;
Yirupa, son of Ambarlsha, son of the parent of nature, and the
N4bhaga,3. 257. material of the universe; the
Yinipdksha, a Rudra, 2. 25. origin, end, and substanceof
Yinip&ksha, a D4nava, son of the world, 1. 3-11. His nature,
Kasyapa, son of Marichi, 2. 70. 1. 13, <kc. Four forms of him,
INDEX. 241

1. 17,&c. ; 2. 88. The same by the Prachetasas,


1. 196-198.
with Brahma,Vishnu,andSiva, Is praisedby Akrura,5. 13-16.
as creator, preserver, and de- Generallaudation of him, clos-
stroyer, respectively, 1. 41-43. ing the Vishnu-puraria,5. 254,
He is all that is, with particu- 255. He is worshippedby Prah-
lars, 5. 247, 248. He is one lada, 2. 36. The gods pray to
with Brahma,or supremespirit, him, 3. 201-205. He directs
2. 236. He is the asylum of the gods to churn the ocean,1.
all spirit and spirits, 5. 237. 142. He deceivesthe Daityas
His energy encompassesthe and the Danavas,assisting him
universe, 2. 232, &c. Particu- therein, 1. 143. Again he de-
lars of its immanence, 2. 294, ceivesthe Daityas, 3. 206 : and
&c. He is the sameas Aditya, see Mdy&moha and 5. 378, re-
the Sun, 3. 18. Forms of him ferred to already. Various
in the four ages of the world, namesof him, Achyuta, Ananta,
3. 31, 32. Forms of him wor- Govirida, Hfishlkesa, Kesava,
shipped in different Varshas, 2. Madhava, Yajnesa,<fec.,2. 313.
125. He sleepson the serpent He has a thousand names or
S'esha,in the midst of the ocean, epithets, 1. 5, 41. The word
o. 195. His world or station, Vishnu expounded and etymo-
where, 2. 230, 270. His orna- logized, 1. 4, 5 ; 3. 19. Besides
ments and cognizances,2. 94. the names specified above,
Is incarnate as Krishna and Vishnu is called Bhagavat,
Balabhadra,
4. 258, 259. Is Bhutesa,Hari, isa,Janardana,
combined, in all forms, with Mahidhara, Makhesa, Murari,
S'ri, or Lakshmi, &c., 1. 118- ISTara,Ndr&yana, Purusha, Pu-
120. Is worshipped in the rushottama, S'&rngadhanwan,
form of Vayu, or Wind, by the S'arngin, Satya, Satyasena,
inhabitants of S'almala-dwipa, S'auri, Swadha, Swdha, Trivi-
2. 194. Is embodiedin every krama, Tushita, Vaikunt'ha,
Vyasa,3. 33. Is disguisedunder Vibhu, Vidhatfi, Viswabhavana,
the form of Buddha, for the de- Viswarupa, Yajna, Yajnamiirti,
struction of the Daityas, 5, 378. Yajnapati, Yajnapums, Yajna-
Remembranceof him is the best purusha, Yajnaradhya, Yajnes-
expiation, 2. 222, 223. How his wara, <fec.
<fcc.
true worshippers are recogniz- Vishnu, an Aditya, 2. 27, 285, &c.
able,3.76. Heishymnedby Pfi- Chiefof the Adityas,2. 85.
thivi, orEarth,1.59-61. Heis Vishnu,a &ishi in the eleventh
laudedby the gods,1. 139, 140; Manwantara, 3. 26.
4. 251-256. He is praised by Vishnu ($), variant of Dhfisht'a,
Dhruva;l.i69~i73. Is hymned son of Vaivaswata, 3. 13.
Q
INDEX.

Vishnubha, the same as S'ravaria, Visoka, exemption alike from


an asterism,2. 276. infirmity and from grief/ 1. 91.
Vishnudharnui, a composition, Visranta, a king named in the
quoted,2. 222. Markand'eya-purana,3. n.
Vishnudharrnottara,
acomposition, Visravas,sonof Pulastya,the Pra-
quoted, 3. 339. japati, 1. 10, 154; 3. 68, 246.
Vishnugupta,the sameas Kaut'il- Visruta, accordingto the Bhaga-
ya, 4. 186. vata-purana,incarnation of the
Visbnu-loka, the site of, 2. 230. Vasus, and son of Vasudeva,
And seeVishnupada. son of S'ura, 4. in.
Vishriupada,' the stationof Vish- Visruta (??),variantof S'ruta,son
nu,' its situation, 2. 270. It of Bhagiratha, 3. 303.
is represented
as beinga moun- Visruta (11),variant of Vibudha,
tain, or as situated on one,in 4. 3- 332-
124 (notei). And seeVishnu- Visrutavat,son of Mahaswat,3.
loka. 325-
Vishnu-purana. Sizeof ib, P, 24, Vistara,'diameter,'2. 206.
34, 35; 1. 9. Analysisof it, Visuddhas(11),variant of Virud-
P. 92, &c. Its approximate dhas,the gods so called, 3. 25.
age, P. 112. Its origin and Viswas(11),a classof subordinate
extent, 3. 66. Merit of hearing gods, 3. 14; 5. 101, 143. See
it, 5. 246, &c. How commu- Viswe devas.
nicated, 5. 250, <fec. Its cha- Viswa, daughter of Daksha, and
racteristics, &c.j 5; 264, 272, wife of Dharina, 2. 21. Mother
273, <fec.&c. And see Vaish- of the Viswe devas, 2. 21; 3.
fiava-purana. 191.
Vishnuvfiddhas, a race sprung Viswabhavana,
a title of the god
from Vishriuvfiddlia, 3. 284. Vishnu, its import, &c., 1. i-
Vishnuvriddha, son of Sambhuti, 3^
son of Purukutsa>accordingto Viswabhavana,a Kumara, 1. 79.
the Linga-purana,
3. 284. Viswachi,an Apsaras,"2.75, 81-
VishriuyasaSja Brahman in whose 83, 285, 288, 291, 293; 4.48.
family Kalki is to be born,4. Viswadevas, intendingViswe de-
229. vas,which see,and also3. 178
Visht'araswa
(??),variantof Viswa- (note||).
gaswa(rightly, Vishwagaswa), Viswadhara, ruler over the realm
3. 263. of Viswadhara,and sonof Me--
Vishwagjyotis,eldestof the hun- dhatithi, sovereignof S'aka-
dred sonsof S'atajit, son of Raja, dwipa, 2. 200.
2. 107. Viswadhara,a division of S'aka-
Visoka, a Kumara, 1. 79. dwlpa, 2. 200.
INDEX. ^43

Viswaga($), variant of Viswa- seua),Miiuu of the fourteenth


gaswa (rightly, Vishwagaswa), Manwantara,accordingto some
3. 263. PuraAas,3. 25.
Viswagandhi(?"']),
variantof Viswa- Viswaksena (rightly, Visliwak-
gaswa(rightly, Vishwagaswn,), sena),son of Brahinadatta,4.
3. 263. 142 : 5. 158.
Viswagasvva(rightly^ Vishwagas- Viswamahat,according to the
wa), son of Piithu, son of Vayu-puraria,
sonof Viswasar-
Anenas, 3. 263. maii, and husband of Yasoda,
Vis\vagata(11),variant of Viswa- mind-borndaughterof the Upa-
gasvva(rightly, Vishwagaswa), liiitas, 3. 163.
3. 263. Viswamitra, son of Gadhi, 3. 16 ;
Viswa-gochara, what; in philo- 4. 18. His descendants,4. 25,
sophy, 5. 234. <fec. His elder sons cursed to
Viswaguiiadarsa, the, a modern become progenitors of most
Sanskrit composition,referred abject races,as Andhras,<fec.,
to, 2. 134. 2. 170. A B-ajarshi, or royal
Vis\vajitj son of Jayadratha, son Risliij 3 68. He figures as
of Brihatkarman,
4. 140. flishi in the currentManwan-
Viswajit, son of Satyajit, son of tara, 3. 13. President over a
Sunitaj 4. 176. month^ 2. 285, &c. He is
Viswajit (?), variant of.Janame- changedinto a crane, by a
jaya,sonof Dfid'haratha,4/126. curse,3k 288. He raisesTri-
Viswaka (??),variant of Viswa- sanku to heaven,3. 285-287.
gasvva(rightly, Vishwagaswa), He induces Kamadhenu,the
3. 263. cow, to produce certain nations
Viswakarman,the arcllitect of the for him, the Pahlavas, S'akas,
gods,son of Prabhasajthe Vasu, &c., 3. 339. His variancewith
1. 145; 2. 24; 3, 70, 253, 272; Vasisht'ha, P. 39, 56, 108 ; 1.
5. 344,345. (A Viswakarmanj 7 ; 3. 306; 4. 22. HisTirtha,
this, or someother, is named in 2.150. Seealso 3. 15, 315; 4.
3. 20, <fec.) i9, 22, 39, 51, 138; 5. 141.
Viswakarman(who?), father of Viswamitra,a river in India, 2.
Barliishmati, according to the 150.
Bhagavata-purana,2. 100. Viswananda, a mind-born son of
Viswakarman, ' wind/ 2. 83. Brahma, 1. 79.
Viswakarman,a certain ray of the Viswara, a technicality of the Yoga
sun, 2. 297, 298; 5. 191. philosophy, 1. 32.
Viswakarya, a certain ray of the Viswarupa, ' universal substance/
sun, 2. 298. &c., an epithet of Vishnu, 1.
Viswaksena (rightly, Vishwak- 42; 4. 257.
INDEX.

Viswarupa, self-born son of Visvvavasu,


oneof theYiswedevas,
Twasht'ri, the Rudra, 2. 24. 3. 192.
Viswarupa(11),variantof Vinipa, Yiswavasu,son of Jamadagni,4.
son of Ambarisha, 3. 257. 20.
Viswanipadhara, renderedby "uni- Yiswavasu,sonof Pururavas,sou
versal,"4. 257 (note'"). of Budha,4. 13.
Viswariipin,renderedby "who is Yiswavyachas (II), or " Sun" (]]),
the substanceof all things,"5. 2. 83. (Error for Yiswavar-
103. chas1)
Viswasaha, variouslygenealogized,Yiswayus,son of Pururavas,son
3. 3II>3I4- of Budha,4. 13.
Viswasaha, son of Dhyushitaswa, Viswe,5. 101(note*). SeeViswe
3- 323; 391. devas.
Viswasahwan (11),
variantof Vis- Viswedevas(notYiswadevas : see
rntavat,3. 325: 5. 391. 3. 178, note||), certaingods.
Viswasarman,father of Viswa- Sonsof Dharinaand Viswa, 2.
mahat,accordingto the Vayu- 21, 22. Specifiedas five, ten,
purana,3. 163 (note||). twelve,&c.,by variousPuranas,
Yiswasphani,Viswaspharni (11), 2. 22; 3. 189-192. Eight per-
Viswasphat'i (IV), variants of sonages,and theAswins,named
Viswasphat'ika,4. 217. together in the liig-veda, are
Viswasphat'ika,a king in Maga- consideredas Viswe devas,3.
dha, 4. 216; 5. 392. 179. 'Daily offeringsto them,
Viswasphini(11),
Viswasphurji(11), 2. 22 ; 3. 179. They are wor-
variants of Viswasphat'ika, 4. shipped at S'raddhas, 3. 158,
217. 178. Seealso 1. 141, 142 ; 3.
Viswasphurti (11), variant of 15,87, 113, 149, 154, i79-l8l>
Viswasphat'ika, 4. 217, 219, 185, 186, 188 ; 5. 247. It is
222. vaguelyrendered"all the gods,"
Viswatman, rendered by "univer- in 3. 118, 119, 182; and see
sal spirit," 5. 201. 3. 185, text and note J. See,
Viswatryarchas,a certain ray of further, Yaiswadeva,Yaiswa-
the sun,2. 297; 5. 191 (where devika, Viswas, Yiswadevas,
correct Vis wavyarchas). and Viswe.
Yiswavada, a Yeda of the Magas, Vis wesa, the same as Viswa, in
5. 383. (It hasbeenidentified two Puranas,2. 21.
with the Yisparadof the Zoro- Yiswesa, aphilosophicalterm,1.31.
astrians.) Vit'a, what,as variouslyexplained,
Yiswavasu, two Gandharvas so 2. 104.
called, 1. 122, 144, 190; 2. Vitahavya,son of Sunaya,sonof
285,&c.; 4. 7. &ta, 3. 335.
INDEX. 245
Yitahavya,
(who?),a king of the YivMabhangarnava,avery
modern
Haihayas,who becamea Brah- digest of law, referredto, 3.
man, 4. 40. 103.
Vitahotras, a dynasty named with Vivahu, a mind-born son of Brah-
the Bfihadrathas, 4. 178. ma, 1. 79.
Yitahotra (??), variant of Yaina- Yivaswat, fthe Sun,' son of Ka-
hotra,4. 38. syapaand Aditi, 3. 20, 230,
Yitahotra(1?),variantof Yitihotra, 231. Calledsonof Brahma,3.
,> 57' 343: andsee3. 297,noteJ,
Yitala, a Patala, or underworld, throughout. Is called, in the
2. 209. Vayu-purana,a Prajapati, 1.
Yitamaya($), variant of Abhayada, 102. Yama is his son, 5. 48.
4. 127. Is reckoned an Aditya, 2. 27,
Vltasokha, a town in Saililavati, 259, 285, &c.- 3. 56, -i16. Is
2. 165. counted among the Lokapalas,
Vitasta, a river, the Jhelam or Hy- and, as such, has a city near
daspes,2. 121,144, 339 ; 4.n8. Mount Meru, 2. 118. See
Yitatha, successorof some Bha- Yaivaswata, the Maim, his son.
rata, 4. 38. Yivaswat ($), variant of Havisli-
Yitatha, the sameas Bharadwaja, mat, 3. 14.
son of Biihaspati, 4. 134-136, Yiveka, what, in philosophy, 5.
139- 210.
Yithi, 'a triad of ast^risrns,' 2. Viviktandman, ruler over the
267, <fec. The Yithis are sons kingdom of Yiviktanaman, and
of Bhrigu, 3. 276, 337. son of Hiranyaretas, sovereign
Vitihotras, a tribe of Haihayas of Kusa-dwipa, 2. 197.
dwelling nearthe Yindhy a moun- Yiviktanaman, a region in Kusa-
tains, 4. 58, 59. dwipa, 2. 197.
Yitihotras,a dynastycomprehend- Yivilaka (11),Vivilika (??),
variants
ing twenty kings, 4. 184. of Ivilaka, 4. 196.
Yitihotra, accordingto the Bha- Vivhhsas, a caste in Plaksha-
gavata-purana, son of Priya- dwipa, 2. 193.
vrata, and once king of Push- Yivimsa, son of Yimsa, 3. 243.
kara-dwipa,2. 100, 203. Yivimsati, in the Bhagavata-pu-
Vitihotra, son of Indrasena,son rarta,insteadof Yivimsa,3. 243.
of Purva,3. 335. Yiyati, Viyati (^), sonof Nahusha,
Yitihotra, son of Sukumara, 4. 37, son of Ayus, 4. 45, 46.
Vitihotra, son of Talajangha,son Yodlm, sonof Brahma,in S'weta-
of Jayadhwaja, 4. 57. dwipa, 2. 200.
Yitfishiia, a river in S'almala- Vraja, sonof Eavirdhana,1. 193.
dwipa,2. 194. Vraja, a district in India, 4. 276,
246 INDEX.

281, 282, 287-289, 296, 306, vata-puraiia, son of Devainf-


308, 312, 316, 321-323, 326, d'husha,son of S'ura,4. 101.
33J5335>342; 5. ii, 64, 68. Vfika, son of Krishnaand Mitra-
Vrata, son of Chakshusha, the vinda, 5. 79. But son of Krish-
Mann, 1. 178. na and Madri, 5. 107.
Vrata, an observance of a specific Vfikadeva, daughterof Devaka,
land, P. 63, 64, 82, 84, 99. sonof Ahuka,andwifeof Vasu-
Vrata ('$), variant of Darva, 4. deva,sonof S'ura,4. 98.
121. Vfikadevl (??),variant of Vfika-
Vratacharya,translatedby "the deva,4. no.
diligent observanceof self- Vfikala, sonof Slishtl, 1. 177.
denial," 5. i8i. Vfikatejas, son of S'lisht'i, 1. 177.
Vrateyn, son of Eaudraswa,4. Vfikshas(?),variant of Kfishnas,
128, 129. the nameof a castein S'almala-
Vfiddha-chariakya,
the, an ancient dwipa,2. 194.
composition, referred to, 4, 42. Vfindavana, a certain famous
Vfiddha Garga, an astronomer,2. forest, P. 22, 66, no; 4. 246,
255- 282, 283, 286, 325, 329, 335,
Vfiddhakarmau, variant of Viswa- 339; 5. 65, 285, 345.
saha,3. 314. | Vfisha, Indra of the eleventh
Vfiddhasarman(who?),3. 164. Manwantara,3. 26.
Vfiddhasarman, son of Ilavila, 3. Vfisha, according to the Linga-
3", 3^4' purana,'son of JSTfigaor Na-
Vfiddhasarman, a Karusha king, bhaga, 3. 335.
4. 103. Vfisha, son of Bharata, son of
Vfiddhasarman (tT), variant of Talajangha, 4. 57.
Kshattravfiddha, son of Ayus, Vfisha, according to the Hari-
4. 30. vamsa, son of Vfishasena, 4.
Vf iddhi-sraddha, f a sacrifice on an 126.
accessionof prosperity,5&c., 3. Vfisha, son of Krishna and Ka-
99, 147, 149. lindi, 5f 79.
Vfijinavat (]?), Vfijinivat (??), Vfisha,sonof Krishnaand Satya,
Vfijinivat (i?),variantsof Vfi- 5. 79,
jinivat. 4. 6 r. Vfisha, a horse of the Moon, 2.
Vfijinivat, son of Krosht'u, 4. 61. 299.
Vfikas, a people,2. 179. Vfisha (1?),variantof Vfika, son
Vfika, accordingto the Bhaga- of Vijaya, 3. 289.
vata-purana,son of Pfithu, son Vfisha (It), variant of Vfishana,
of Vena,1. 192. sonof S'urasena, 4. 57.
Vfika, sonof Ruruka,3. 289. Vfisha(??),variantof Vfish^i, son
Vfika, accordingto the Bhaga- of Kfikana, 4. 72.
INDEX. 247

Vfishabha,king of kine, 2. 85. Vfislnii, son of Kunti, son of


Vfishabha, a river in India, 2. Kratha, 4. 68.
152, 340. Vfishni, son of Satwata, 4. 71,
Vfishabha,the sameasArshabhi, 73>74>93>ri6-
2. 276. Vfishni, son of Bhajamana,son of
Vfishabha, the older word for lli- Satwata, 4. 72.
shabha,the mountain so called, Vfishni, son of Anamitra, 4. 94.
2. 340. Vfishni ('??),
variantof Vishnu,the
Vrishablia (IT),variant of Vfishaiia, Risbi so called, 3. 26.
sonof Arjuna, 4. 57, Vfishni ('?'?),
variant of Vfishana,
Vrishablia('??),variant of feisha- sonof Arjuna, 4. 57.
bha,sonof Kusagra,4. 150. Vfishni (?), variant of Pfisni.,4.
Vfishadarbhas, a people sprung 94.
from Vfishadarbha, 4. 121. Vfishni ('$), variant of Vfisht'a,
Vfishadarbha, son of S'ibi, son of son of Kukura, 4. 97.
Usinara, 4. 121. Vfishnimat, son of S'uchiratlia, 4.
Vfishadeva (??),variant of Vfika- 164.
devd, 4. 98. Vfisht'a, son of Kukura, 4. 97.
Vfishaka, a river in India, 2. 154. Vfisht'adharma,variant of Dfish-
Vfishakahwiiya(??),a river in t'asarman, 4. 96.
India, 2. 154. Vfisht'i (^), variant of Vfisht'a,
Vfishakapi,a Rudra,2. 24, 25. sonof Kukura, 4. 97.
Vfishali, definitionof, 3. 176. Vfisht'imat(?]),variantof Vfishni-
Vfisbana, son of Arjuna, son of mat, 4. 164.
Kfitavirya, 4. 57. Vfita ($), variant of Vfishni,.son
Vfishana(?]), accordingto some of Kunti, 4. 68.
authorities,son of Madhu, 4. Vfita ('?),variant of Mfidura, 4.
58. (The better reading seems 96.
to be Vfishni.) Vfita ($), variant of Dhfita, son
Vfishaparvan, a Dclnava, son of of D barma, 4. 119.
Kasyapa,sonof Marichi,2. 70] Vfitaka (?),variant of Vfika, son
4. 46, 47>I32^ of Euruka,3. 289.
Vfishasa,variant of Vfishaka,2. Vfiteyu (tl), variantof Ghfiteyu,
154. 4. 129.
Vfisliasena,sonof Karna, 4. 126. Vfitra^ an Asura or demonslain
Vfishnis,a people,2. 159; o. 150, by Indra, P. 40, 56; 2, 79; 4.
*59- 25S; 5. 354.
Vfishnis, a family sprung from Vfitraghni, a river in India, 2.
, Vfishni, son of Madhu, 4. 58. 155-
Vfishni,sonof Madhu,4. 58; 5. Vfitrahan,anepithetical
designa-
56, no, 163. tion of Indra, 5. 354.
INDEX.

Vfitraripu, an epithetical desig- Kfishnadwaipayana. Of his son,


nation of Indra, 4. 258. S'uka, P. 40, 46 ; 4. 142 : and
Vfitti, variant of Dhfiti, wife of see S'uka. His 'conjectured
the Rudra Manu, 1. 117. time, 4. 232. The twenty-
Vyadhi, * disease/ son of Mri- eighth Yyasas,their names,&c.,
tyu, 1. 112. 3. 33-37. The present Yyasa
Vyaghra, a Raksliasa, 2. 285, &c. communicatesthe Kriya-yoga-
Vyaghrasweta,variant of Vyaghra, sara to Jaimiiii, P. 33. He
2. 292. distributes the Yeda, P. 39 ; 3.
Vyaghrivan'($),variantof Vaprl- 43. Pieteaches
the Bhagavata-
van, 3. 34. purana to S'uka, P. 46. He
Yyahfitis, three certain mystical arranges the Yedas, Itihasas,
terms so called, 3. 38, 39. and Puranas,P. 98; 3. 41, 42.
Vyakararia, 'grammar/ an Anga He gives an account of the
of the Yedas, 3. 67. Magas to Samba, 5. 383, 384.
Yyakta, what, in philosophy, P. See also 4. 161, 162 \ 5. 160-
94; 1. 15, 19. 162, 167, 180, 181, 184, 278.
Vyala, the term defined, 3. 138. Yyasa-gita, the, a part of the
Vyamas, a classof Pitfis, allotted Kunna-purdna, P. 79.
to the lowest castes, 3. 163, Yyasa-sutra,the, quoted, 3. 224.
Yyasht'i, mystical explanation of,
Yyamsa, son of Viprachifcti, 2. 71. 5. 215.
Yyangala('$),variantof Varanga, Yyatala (??),variant of Atala, 2.
4. 211. 209.
Vyanjana, 4pot-herbs and the Yyatipata, Yyatlpata, wbat, in
like,3 3. 181. astrological terminology, 3. 163,
Yyapin, what, in philosophy, 1. 169.
201. Yyavasaya, * perseverance/son of
Yyapta (W),variant of Vyoman, Dharma,the Prajapati,1. no.
son of Dasarha, 4. 68. Yyaya, what, in philosophy, 1. 27.
Vyaptimatra,what,in philosophy, Yyoma (11),variant of Yyoman,
son of Dasarha, 4. 68.
Vyasa. The genericnameof a Yyoman,sonof Dasarha,4. 68.
transformation of Vishnu, and Yyoman, the same as Akasa, 5.
arrangerof the Vedas, in every 254. And seeKha.
Dwapara age, 3. 33. The sixth Yyomin, a horse of the Moon, 2.
Vyasa, a Rishi, son of Parasara 299.
and Satyavati, in the current Yyuha, the technicality explained,
Dwaparaage,especiallyso called, 5. 16.
P. 17; 3. 23; 4. 150, 158: see Yyiikas (W),variant of S'akas, 2.
Badzirayaria,Dwaipayana, and 179.
INDEX. 249

Vyusht'a, son of Pushparna,1. is king of the south,4. 49. His


"178. descendants,
4.52,&c.,3.289,
Vyusht'i,part of the day,2. 249. 319; 4. 47, &c., 61, 247; 5.
44, 46, S3 56> 58> 63> 112,
War. Between the gods and the 131, 137, &c. &c., 382.
demons, 3. 201. Between the Yadu, accordingto the Mahabha-
same,in the Treta age, 3. 261. rata, son of Vasu, son of Kfi-
Betweenthe gods and the Dui- taka, 4. 149.
tyas, an accountof Tara's being Yadu C^), variant of Turvasu, 4.
abducted by Soma,4. 3. 116.
Water. Producedfrom the rudi- Yadudhra(M), variant of Maha-
ment of taste, producing the muni, a Kishi, 3. n.
rudiment of smell, &c., 1. 35, Yadu-nandana,
anepithetof Akni-
36. Why the waters are called ra, 5. 5.
Narah, i. 56. Ynjna, i sacrifice,'son of Ruchi, 1.
Wife, due qualifications required 108. He marries his twin sis-
in a wife, 3. 101-105. ter, Dakshina, 'donation to a
Wind or air. SeeVayu. Brahman,' 1. 108. Is personi-
Wine from the Kadamba-tree,5. fied as sacrifice, and is decapi-
66. tated, 1. 131. Furnished with
World, the. Its dimensions, 2. the head of a deer, he is trans-
205, 206. The destruction of formed, by Brahma, into the
it, 5. 190, &c. constellationMfigasiras, 1. 132.
Wrestling,modesof, 5. 36-38. The principal kinds of Yajnas
or sacrifices, 3. 40, 93, 112-
Yadavas. A tribe descended from 114.
Yadu, son of Yayati, 4. 58. Yajna,a form of Vishnu, 3. 15,
They becomevery numerous,4. 16.
114. Theygo to Prabhasa,
5. Yajna,sonof Anantaka,4. 63.
146, 147. There, Krishna and Yajnabahu, son of Priyavrata, and
Daruka excepted,they are de- king of S'almala-dwipa,2. 100,
stroyed, 5. 149. Seealso P. 12, *95-
43; 2. 159; 4. 59, 65, 77, 78, Yajnahotra,son of Auttami, and
&c.,87, 88,&c.,113,&c.,246, a fi/ishiin the third Manwan-
271, 280,335,337: 5. 34, 45, tara, accordingto the Bhaga-
46, 50, 52-56, 70,84, 86, 105, vata-purana, 3. 7.
ITS, 123, 130, 131, 138, 140, Yajnakfita, son of Yijaya, sonof
&c. &c., 382. And seeYadus. Sanjaya,4. 44,
Yadus,a people,4. 217; 5. 64. Yajnamurti,' the formor personi-
SeeYadavas. fication of sacrifice,' an epithet
Yadu,son of Yayati, 4. 46, He of Vishnu, 1. 61.
250 INDEX.

Yajnapati, an epithet of Vishnu, texts of the Yajur-veda.and to


1. 60; 5. 177. a favourable result, 3. 55-57.
Yajnapeta,aRaksliasa,2. 285,<fec. He hasa disputewith Vaisam-
Yajna-pums, * the male of sacri- piiyana, 4. 162.
fice/ an epithetof Vishnu, 5. Yajnavalkya,a writer on theYoga
200. philosophy, quoted, or referred
Yajnapurusha,i the male or soul to, 5. 228, 230,
of sacrifice/an epithetof Vish- Yajnavalkya-smfiti,
the, a codeof
nu, 1. 61, 163 (note *), i So, law,referredto, or quoted,<fec.,
181; 2. 136; 3. 237; 4, 14; 2- 343; 3. 89, 90, 99, 101,
5. 2, 4. IO2, 104, 112, 126, 148, 151,
Yajnaradhya,<who is to be pro- 169, 173, 177, 178, 184, 187,
pitiated by sacrifice/ a title of 33S-
Vishnu, 1. 61. Yajnavama, son of Parvasa, 1.
YajnasarmanC??), variant of Kshat- 153, 155-
travfiddha, 4. 30. Yajna-vidya,rendered "knowledge
Yajnasri, son of S'ivaskandha,c., or performance of religious
4. 198, 201, 203. rites/' 1. 148.
Yajnasrisa-takarni,
variantof Yaj- Yajnesa,i lord of sacrifice/an epi-
nasri, 4. 198, 202. thet or title of Vishnu, 1. 124
Yajnasrisatakarfiika, variant of (note t) ; 2, 313. And see
Yajnasri, 4. 201. Yajueswara.
Yajuasrisatakarnin,
variantof Yaj- Yajneswara,'
'lord of sacrifice/an
nasri,4. 198. epitheticaldesignationof Vish-
Yajnavalkyas,KausikaBrahmans, nu, 3. 183; o. 200, 253. And
4. 28. see Yajnesa and the synony-
Yajnavalkya, an ancient writer on mous Makhesa.
law, referred to, P. 60. See Yajnopeta, variant of Yajnapeta,
Yajnavalkya-smfiti. a Rakshasa,2. 292, 293.
Yajnavalkya, discipleof Bashkali, Yajur-veda, the. Its origin from
and promulgator of the Eig- Brahma's southern mouth, 1.
veda, 3. 44. He defeats S'a- 84. It was the original Veda,
kalya in a disputation, and the 3. 43. Its composition, and
latter thereupondies, 3. 45. the division of it into four
Yajnavalkya, a Eishi, son of Vedas,3. 43. The Samhitas
Brahmarata, disciple of Vai- and teachers of it, 3. 52-57.
sampayana,
early promulgator The Taittiriya, or Black Yajur,
of the White Yajur-vecla,<fcc.,
3. Veda, 3. 54; 4. 162. The Va-
52 53, 323> 324- He propi- jasanayi, or White Yajur, Veda,
tiates the Sun, in order to re- 3. 57; 4. 162. See also 1.
cover possessionof the lost 171 ; 5. 200. And seeYaj us.
INDEX.
251

Yajus,
equivalent
to Yajur-veda, 118,239,240,It isvisited
by
3. 57,<fec.
Etymology
of the Krishna,5.48. Hisplace in
word,3.43,44. theS'isumara,
2.308. Is pre-
Yajus(T?),
variantof Mahamuni, sidingdeityoverBhararii,
the
aBishi,3. ii. Jisterism?
2.337. He bears a
Yajwin, correctly, ' sacrificing club,which,in combat.
Krishna,
priest/ 2. 136. with his own,knocksdownarid
Yakfillomans,
a people,
2. 166. breaks,5. 100. On another
Yakshas,a sort of gods. Their occasion,
Virabbadrabreaksit,
origin from Brahma,1. 83. 1.131. He revilesChhaya,
and
SprungfromKasyapaandKha- wouldkickher; shecurses
him
sd,2. 75. Their king, Kubera, with sores and worms in the
1. 122; 2.86. Twelveof them leg; hisfathergiveshima cock
named,2. 285-289, Etymo- to eat the worms,<fec.,
3. 21.
logyof the word,1. 83. See SeealsoI. 119,142,180; 2.
also 1. 82, i88j 2. 284; 3. 34; 4. 133, 241, 258; 5. 15,
116, 119, 203; 4. 52, 250, 207. Howmenmayfreethem-
323; 5- 59, 94, 234, 236,246, selvesfrom subjectionto him,
247, 251. And seeGramatiis, 3. 74, &c. Yamahasthe epi-
a synonymof Yakshas, andalso thets of Antaka, Dharmaraja,
3. 255, (note*). (In 4, 266, Pretaraja,
S'raddhadeva,
which
Yakshasis vaguelyrepresented see. (In 3. 34, the Translator
by "fiends.") wronglyidentifiesMfityu with
Yaksha,sonof Kasyapa,sonof him.)
Marichi, and, by one account, Yama,anancientlawgiver,quoted,
progenitorof theYakshas,2.75. or referredto, 3. 96, 100.
Yaksha,sonof S'waphalka, 4, 95. Yama(who?), father of Ilina, 4.
Yakshman,consumptionpersoni- i3r-
fied (?), 3. 119. Yama, the term, as used in ethics,
Yam as,a classof gods in the Man- defined, 3. 77; 5. 222, 227,
wantara of Swayambhuva,sons 230, 240.
of Yajna and Dakshina, twins, Yama, a watch of the day or
1. 109,166; 3. 2 (wherecorrect night,' 1. 48.
the spelling); 5. 390. They Yama(??),variantof Dama,sonof
reside in Mahar-loka, 2. 227. Narishyanta, 3. 336.
Yama,
sonofVivaswat
andSanjna, Yamadutas,
KausikaBrahmans,
3. 20. God of hell, 2. 216; 4. 28.
3. 21, King of the Pitfis,2. Yama-dwipa,
an island,probably
85. He obtainsthe rank of fabulous,
2. 129.
Lokapala,
2. 118; 3. 21. His Yama-gita,a passagein theVish-
city,Samyamanl,
where,2.112, nu-purana, so called,3. 79.
INDEX.

Yamakot'i,a city in Bhadraswa,


2. Yaska,an ancientauthor,quoted,
207. Seethe two next names or referred to, 2. 121; 3. 18,
following. 46, 48, 54; 5. 178.
Yamakot'ipattana, the same as Yasoda, mind-born daughter of
Yamakot'i, 2. in. the Upaliutas, certain Pitfis,
Yamakot'ipuri, the sameas Yama- and wife of Viswamahat, 3.
kot'i, 2. 113. 163, 164.
Yamalas, an heretical sect, P. So ; Yasoda,wife of Nanda, the cow-
5. 286, 287, 375, 380. herd who fosters Krishna, 4.
Yami, Yami, 'night/ daughterof in. She brings forth Yoga-
Daksha, and wife of Dharma, nidra, who is changedfor Krish-
2. 21, 23, 337. na, 4. 270. Seealso 4. 261,
Yami, daughter of Vivaswat and 265, 276, 279, 280, 288-290,
Sanjna, 3. 20. See Yamuna, 296>335-
intendingthe same. Yasodevi,-wife of Bfihanmarias,
Yarning daughter of Daksha, and son of Bfihadbhariu, 4. 125.
wife of Kasyapa,son of Marichi, Yasodhara, son of Krishna and
2. 28. Eukmini, 4. 112.
Yamunas, a people, 2. 171. Yasodhara,wife of Sahishnu, son
Yamuna,a mountain namedin the of Pulaha, 1. 155.
Ramayana,2. 171. Yasonandi, a king named in the
Yamuna, daughter of Vivaswat Bhagavata-puraria, 4. 211.
and Sanjna,and one with the Yatana, i 'torture/ daughter of
river now popularly calledthe Mfityti, 1. in.
Jumna, 3. 20; 5. 82. Krish- Yatha-sankhya, a rhetoricalfigure
na's compulsionwith her, 5. of speech, exemplified,5. 101.
65-68,130. Shemeetshim at Yati, Yati (??),sonof Nahusha,son
Indraprastha,and claims him of j&yusand Prabha,4. 45, 46.
as husband,5. 82. Seealso 1. Yati, ( one who practisesself-con-
165; 2. 121, 142, 14$, i;ij straint.' 1. 155; 3. 177; 5.
3. 257; 4. 40, 269, 286-288, 200, 230,
295>322, 327; & ii, i?> 249- Yatidharman(??).variantof Dfish-
Other names of the Yamuna t'asarman.4, 96.
are Kalincli and Tapi. Yatrd-sraddha, <a S'raddha held
Yamya, Yamya, the sameas Bha- by a person going on a journey/
rarii,theaster
ism,2.265,266, 3*147.
277>337- Yatudhanas, a sort of demons,
Yantramati(M),sonof Sw4tishena, sprungfrom Kasyapaand Su-
4. 202. rasa, 2. 74. Twelve of them
Yasas,'reputation,' sonof Dharma, enumerated,2. 291, 292, where
1. in. they are made one with Ra-
INDEX.

ksliasas. See also 2. 284 ; 3. Yavinara(??),variant of Pravira,


183, 196. son of Haryaswa, 4. 144.
Yaudheyas, a people founded by Yaviyasi, l a very young woman/
Nfiga, son of Usinara, 4. 121. 3. 102.
Yaudheya, son of Yuclhisht'hira, Yjiyati, son of Nahusha, son of
4. 159. Ambarisha, 3. 314; 4. i. 45-
Yaudheya,a kingdom named in 53, 117, 120, 240; 5. 45.
the Vayu-purana,4. 122. Yayu,a liorseof the Moon,2. 299.
Yaudheyi,wife1of Yudhisht'hini, Year. Of mortals,1. 49. Of the
4. 159. gods, 1. 49. Of the Irlishis, 1.
Yanvanaswa, patronyinof Ainba- 49 (notei). Of Dhruva,1. 49
risha, 3. 280, 281; 5. 391. (note i). Of Brahma,1. 53.
Yavaksha,a river in India, 2. 151. Of a Manu, 1. 54. Years of
Yavanas, a people, or peoples, five kinds, namely, Sanivatsara,
sprung from Turvasu, 4. 117. Parivatsara,Idwatsara, Anuvat-
Identified with the lonians or sara,andVatsara.2. 254, 255.
Greeks,&c., 2. 130, 162, 181 ; Yoga, 6contemplative devotion,
3. 292. Dwelling to the west resulting in mystical union.'
of Bharatavarsha,2. 129. Kings Personified as son of Dharma,
of their race, 4. 203, 206, 208, 1. in. How Yoga is effected,
209, 211. Sagaraopposesthem, 2. 92, 93. Some particulars
3. 291. He makesthem shave regarding it, 1. 164. The Yoga
their heads entirely, 3. 294. philosophy, 3. 325; 4. 253.
Characterized as " wise and pre- Certain terms of the Yoga philo-
eminently brave," 2. 339. Push- sophy, 2. 90. The practice ex-
pamitra engageswith them on plained at length, 5. 225, &c.
the Indus, 4. 191. Seealso 2. &c. Etymology of the term, 5.
182, 184; 3. 290, 295 ; 5.53- 226. See also P. 14, 29, 38,
5*- 43. 70. 79>8l> 89; 1- l63;
Yavana, an Asura, the same as 2. 61, 270, 328; 3. 323; 5.
Kalayavana, 5. 54. 216, &c. <fec. And see Patan-
Yavanaswa(??),variant of Yuva- jala and Patanjali.
naswa, 3. 263. Yogacharas, a Bauddha sect, 3.
Yavayasa,ruler over the realm of 2[0.
Yavayasa, and son of Idhma- Yoga-gamin,renderedby "endow-
jihwa, king of Plaksha-dwipa, ed with magicpower,"5. no.
2. 193. Yoganidra,'personifieddelusion.'
Yavayasa,a region in Plaksha- Sprung from Vishnu, 4, 260.
dwipa,2. 193. His ininistress,4. in. Her
Yavinara,son of Dwimfd'lia,son exploits,asDurga,4. 261. She
of Bhallat'a, 4. 142. is born of Yasoda,4. 264. Her
254 INDEX.

further proceedings,mockery of Yuddhasfisht'i (]?), variant of


Kariisa, and disappearance,4. Yuddhamusht'i, 4. 99.
269-271* And see 5, 195, text Yudhajit, variously genealogized,
and note **. Other names of 4, 73, 74, 94.
Yoganidraare Mahamayaand Yudhajita(??),variantof Yudhajit,
Nidra ; and she is called Am- 4. 94.
bika, Arya,Bhadra,Bhadrakali, Yudhisht'hira,son of PMd'u and
Durga,Kshemankari(or Kshe- Pritha, 4. 101, 102. His chil-
makari),Kshemya,Vedagarbha, dren, 4. 159. Seealso P. 65
also,4-.262. (wherecorrect the spelling); 4.
Yogasiddha,sister of Briliaspati, "Si 232> 234, 241, 321; 5.
sonof Angiras,and wifeof Pra- 134, 167.
bhasa,a Vasu,2. 24. Yugii, ' cycle/ Oneof five years,
Yoga-tara-,thetermdefined,3.167. 2. 255. The Mahdyuga,its
Yoga-yuj, ' a novicein the practice length,1.50. Thefour Yuga.s
of Yoga/ 5. 228, 234, 237. termedKfita, Treta, Dwapara,
Yogin, ' a performer of Yoga.' and Kali, their duration,<kc.,
How he attains final liberation, 1. 49, &C,
2. 89, <fec. Yogins of two Yuga,a measure of spatiallength,
classes,the novice and the ' four cubits,'3* 144 (note*).
adept,5. 228. SeealsoP. 38; Yugadya,thetermdefined^ 3. 168.
1. 154; 2. 271 ; 3. 175, 180, Yugandharas, variantof Dhuran-
188; 4. 306, 307; 5. 4, 57, dharasj2. 162.
6r, <fcc.,
200, 231, 233, 241, Yugandhara, sonof Tiirii, 4. 93.
253, 291- Yukta, a Eishi in the fourteenth
Yokhalu($), variant of Gokhalu, Manwantara, 3. 29.
3. 46. Yuvanaswa,sonof Ardra, son of
Yonaraja,a king namedin an old Viswagaswa(rightly, Vishwa-
Hindu inscription,2. 181. gaswa),3. 263.
Yoni, a river in S'almala-dwipa,2. Yuvanaswa,variously genealogized,
194. 3. 265-268, 280-282, 297; 4.
Youi-sastras,
certain scripturesso 14. (Possibly,two personsare
called,5. 287(wherecorrectthe intended.)
spelling),288. Yuyudhan(*??),
variantof Sudhan-
Yudakas('?'!),variantof Padukas; wan,sonof S'aswata, 3. 334.
4. 221. Yuyudhana, son of Satyaka, son
Yuddha, according to the Vayu- of S'irii, 4. 93; 5. 148. See
purana, son of Ugrasena,son of Satyaki.
Ahnka, 4. 99.
Yuddhamusht'i,son of TJgrasena, Zoroasterand the Magasor Magi,
sonof jlhuka, 4. 99. 5. 383-
ON CERTAIN ERRATA, &c.

WITH few exceptions}it is only of proper namesthat account is taken


in what follows. Moreover, it is not professedthat the illustrations of
the points treated of are by any meansexhaustive.
ProfessorWilson,in the work here edited,usuallyemployedri to
representequally a vowel and the combination of the Nagari symbols
for r and i. To represent the former, I have substituted ri. Again,
where, in his translettering, he did not entirely ignore visarga,1 he
allowed a simple h to stand for it. I have preferred k'. A third altera-
tion which I have introduced consists in denoting anuswdra, followed
by a nasal,a sibilant, y, or h, by rh,-used elsewhere,also,-and not
by n.
As to accentsand diacritical marks, I have supplied many thousands
which before were wanting. Of the former I have, besides,removed
a great many which were intrusive, and not a few of the latter, as
well. Further,in At&visikharas(sic)f for At'avisikharas,2. 169,and
in Yyushta (sic), for Yyusht'i, 2. 249, the dash belongingto a con-
sonantwasshiftedto the vowel followingit j whilein Jatakasini(sic),
for Jalahasini, 4. 112, and. in Srijavana (sic),3 for Sfijavaria, 1. 152,
the accent of a vowel was transferred to a consonant.

1 For instanceswhere he so ignores it, seethe middle of p. 261, infra.


2 This is intended to indicate, that the word which it follows is recognized as
containingsome deviation from accuracyover and abovethat for which it is topi-
cally adduced. Thus,in AtaViSikharas,the first i is unaccented.
In Professor Wilson's own Index, we have Ativisikharas, in which, compared with
the nameas given in his text, one mistake is redressed,oneis added, and one is
repeated.
That Index, while silently amendinga host of minor faults, originates perhaps
- an equal numher, if not even more.
3 Srijdvana is the still more erroneousform which ProfessorWilson inserts in
his Index.
256 ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC,

Numerous errors which I have rectified may be traceable, as many


of thosejust adverted to are unquestionably traceable,to the indistinct
way in which Professor Wilson wrote certain letters, to his momentary
forgetfulness, or else to his negligencein correcting the press.
His a and it were, I conjecture, often much alike.1 If so, we may see
why wefind Anavinda,for Aimvinda,4. 103; Dhuti (sic)^for whathe
would optionallyhave written Dhata (my Dhatfi), 2. 27; Krosht'i,4.
53 ; 3 Manidhanu(sic),for Manidhana,4. 221; Nichakra,for Nichakru,
4. 163; Nyurvuda(sic),forNyarbuda,5. iSS; Punnagas, for Pannagas,
5. 94; Puru (sic), for Pura,4. lop;4 Purujit, for Purajit, 3. 334;
Bitudhama
(sic),5
for fiitadhaman,
3. 27; S'atrujit(sic),for Sattrajita,
5. 81; Sulomadhi,for Salomadhi,4. 199; Suvarni(sic), for Savarni,
3. 64; Vipritha (sic),for Vipfithu, 4. 96.6
His n and r must sometimes have closely resembled each other.
Hence, presumably, Anirnejaya, for Arimejaya, 4. I48;7 Anjuna, for
Arjuna, 3. 326; Sanyati (sic), for S'aryati,3. 13;8 S'aryati,for what
he wouldhavewritten Sanyati(my Samyati),4. 46.9
Confusion betweena manuscript a and o may be the ground, in part,
or wholly, of Araga, for Aroga, 5. 191 ; Kuliiidapatyakas, for Kulindo-
patyakas, 2. 176 ; Tapa-loka, for Tapo-loka, 1. gS.lQ
If his written a and i were very similar,-the dot over the latter
being not seldomomitted,-we have only to suppose,additionally, that,
at the press,one was taken for the other, and an error in each of the

1 His Index to the Vishiiu-purdfia authorizesone to be pretty positive ou this


point.
2 This is referred to again at pp. 257 and 260, infra.
3 My annotation,there does not expressmy present opinion, I am now dis-
posedto think that ProfessorWilsontook Kroshfuto bewrong,and preferred
the EJroshifiof the JBhdgavata-ptirdna;that hewrote, indistinctly, Kroshla";
and that the printer mistookthis for Kroshi. In 4, 61, Kroshri(sic),which
appearstwice, is intended, I surmise, as the scholarly substitute for his former
Kroshta.
4 But seethe note there. I have assumedthat Puru was intended by "Pnru."
5 This is referred to again at p. 259,infra.
6 In his Index, Professor"Wilsonhas amended Anavinda, but has reproduced
Nichakra, Sulomadhi,and Vipritha. Instead of Dhuti, Matiidhanu, and Rifcu-
dhdmd.,we therehaveDhuti, Manidhana,and Ritudhaman, all of them still faulty,
as substitutes

7 Corrected in 5. 391.
8 See3. 337.
9 See note ff there.
10All three of these errors, however, are copiedinto ProfessorWilson's Index.
ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC. 257

wordsfollowingis accounted
for: Chitrika,1
for Chitraka,4. 96; Da-
dliichi, for Dadhicha,5. 250; Dakshasavarni (sic),for Dakshasavarria,
3. 24; Dliarman,for Dharmin,4. 169; Dhritamati (sic), for Dlifiti-
mati, 2. 152; Divaratha,for Diviratha,4. 123; Dhuti (sic)*for Dhatd
(my Dhati-i),2. 27; Garddliabas(sic), for Gardabbins,3 4. 202; Ka-
lika, for Kalaka, 2. 71- Kumari, for Kumara, 2. 131, 132; Maha-
nanda, for Mahanandin,34. 183; MaliishaSj for Mabishins,34. 214;
Naimittaka, for Naiinittika, 5. 186 ; Parvasl,for Parvasa,1. 153;
Savarrii,for Savarria,3. 27, <fec.
; S'ilavati (sic), for S'alavati,4. 28;
Sujati, for Sujata, 4. 59; Sujati (sic), for Sujata, 4; 57; Tamrayani
(sic), for Tamrayana,3. 57 ; VikuAt'hl, for Vikunt'ha, 3. 17; VitDiavya,
for Vitahavya, 4. 40 (Us); Vyuslit'a, for Vyusht'i, 2-, 249. That the
wrong forms here specifiedoriginated as abovesuggested,is, however,
nothing but theory.4 In the case-supplementary
to the preceding
list,-of Sukliibala, for Sukbabala, 4. 165, it is pretty evident that
ProfessorWilson allowed bis cboice of lection to be influenced by the
reading of tbe JBhdgavatOrpurdiia,
and by the translation of the Vishnu-
purdna which was preparedfor him at Calcutta * and bis substitutions
for Dakshasavarna3
Kalaka,Kumara,and Savarnawere,I apprebend,
designed.
Other errors,probablyarising from tbe printer's having taken one
letter, unclearly written, for another, are seen in Amtrasila,5 for
Antrasila, 2. 151- Dhava, for Dbara, 2. 23; Gbat'okkacba,for Gba-
t'otkacha, 4. 159; Gobamukba (sic), for Gokdmukha, 2. 141; Jata-
liasini(sic),for J&lahasini,4. 112; Jayati,for Jagati,2. 239; Kakkud-
wat (sic)>for Kakudmat,2. 194; Kakudwati,for Kakudrnati,4. 112;
Kasyata, for Kasyapa, 1. 153; Magh, for Mugbj P. 64; Matimara
1 ProfessorWilson had Chitraka in 4. 94, and in his Indes. However,among
the nameshere groupedtogether, oixly this and one or two others are effectually
set right there.
2 See,also,what I havesaid of this at p. 256, supra, and at p. 260, infra.
3 Professor Wilsoii would have written Gardabhis, Mahdnandi, and Mahishis,
or else Gardabhis, &c., most probably. I refer to this point at p. 259, infra.
He actually had Mah&nandiiu 4. 182; and it passedinto his Index. And there is
Gardhabas, too, which is nothing.
With referenceto Mah^nandi,seefurther, note I21to p. 259, infra.
4 Nevertheless, it is a theory well supported by close inspection of his Index to the
VishnU'pwdilta. There, to name one instanceout of fifty adducible,he has made
Satra"jit-corrupted from Sattrdjit, the reading of somePurslnasfor Sattrajita,-
and>atru
jit into oneword.
- 5 This, with Ghatokkachaand Jayati, is corrected in ProfessorWilson's own
Index; but Dhava and Kasyata are there, and Gohamukhais further worsened
into Gohamuka.
K
258 ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC.

(sic), for Matinara,13. 266; Salapalka(sic), for S'atapatha,3. 63;


Salpa, for Jalpa, 3. 8; <fec.
<fec.
In a multitude of instances,I have, on good warrant, put a 6 instead
of Professor Wilson's v or w. Alterations have thus been effected of
his Kambalavarhish (sic),Kokavakas,Kuvera,ISTalakuvera (sic),Nyur-
vada (sic), Prachinaverhis (sic), S'aivas(from S'ibi), S'aivya,S'aivya,
Samvara(sic),2S'asavindu,S'atavalaka, Sauvalyas,Savalaswas, S'ivi,
Suvala, Trinavindu(sic), Ulwana(sic)* Upavarhana(sic),Uttanavar-
hish (sic), Yalaka, Valakaswa,Valakrama,Varhadrathas,Yarhaspa-
tyas, Varhish (sic),4Varhishad,Varhishads,Varhishmati,Vashkala,
Yindumati,Vindusara,Vopadeva,Vrihaspati(sic),Vrihat (sic),Yrihati
(sic), and all names,&c., which he beganwith Vrihad- (sic), Yrihan-
(sic),and Yrihat- (sic). On the otherrhand,I have changedto v his
6 in Bajikararia(sic)f Barava (sic), Chitrabaha,6Gandharba,Gan-
dharbas,Gandharba, Gandharbi, and his bh in Mahavishubha.
Lapsing into Sir William Jones's capricious fashion of sometimes
denotingthe inherent vowel by e, he wrote Prachinaverhis
(sic),for
Prachinabarhis, 1. 192, 193; Selu, for Salu, 2. 151, 340 ;7 Sherga
(sic), for Shadja, 2. 329 ; Suryaverchchas,for Suryavarchas,2. 289;
Vasavertis(sic), for Yasavartins,3. 6 ; Yiswakerma(sic), for Yiswa-
karman, 1. 145.
In Bengal, and elsewherein India, the lingual d (ft) has much of
the sound of r. Compliance with this corruption is exhibited in
his B4rava(sic),for Yad'ava,4. no; Drdviras (sic), for Drdvid'as,2.
177; Drdviras (sic)* for Dravid'as,3. 295, and 4. 117; Drirhamana
(sic),for Drid'hamana(?),4. 196; Kahora,for Kahod'a,5. 164; Ndrika,
for Ndd'ika,1. 48; Sherga,
(sic),for Shad'ja,
2. 329; Sorasi(sic),gfor
Shod'asin,1. 85,
Conformingto the old unscientificmode,hegenerallyput -sk at the
1 See 5. 390.
2 According to ProfessorWilson's Index, "Sambara," who carried off Pra-
dyumna, differsfrom '* Samvara,"sonof KasyapaandDanu. Oneperson, under
different names, is thus made into two.
ProfessorWilson's Index hasTJlwarfa,which is right as to its nasalletter.
4 This we had in 4. 169, but Varhis in 1. 192, and in the referenceto ifcin his
Index.
5 Ba'jikaraiia,but still wrong, in ProfessorWilson's Index.
6 In ProfessorWilson's Index, Chitraba'ha',importing a fresh error.
7 It is shown,in 2. 340, that no proper nameis intended in the original.
8 This form appearsin ProfessorWilson'sIndex; and so doesItfa'rika',
men-,
tioned just below.
9 This is mentioned again at p. 260, infra.
ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC. 259

endof substantives,insteadof -s. I havealteredhis Anayush,Archish,


Bhutajyotish,Chakshush,1 Danish, Dridliadhanush (sic),Kambalavar-
hish (sic),Prachinavarhish
(sic),2Pulomarchish,Surochish, Swarocliish,
Uttanavarhish(sic),Varhish(sic),3Viswagjyotish(sic),Yajush,&c. &c.
With regard to nouns terminatingin -an, his mode of spelling
them was not uniform. This is virtually acknowledgedby his " PushA
or Pushan,"4. 339, and by his Viswakerma(sic)* L 145,and Yiswa-
karma(sic), 2. 24 (bis), but Viswakarman(sic), 2. 100, and Viswa-
karman, 2. 298, and 3. 272^ The accentof the nominatival form he
alsoomittedfrequently. Hencewefind Sudhamas (now corrected),
3.
6, 25, but Sudhamans,3. 28, note*; Sudharmas(now corrected),3.
24, but Sudharrnans,3, 28; Sukarmas(now corrected),3. 27, but
Sukarmans,3. 28, I have altered Atma and Bhiitatma, 1. 3 ; Har-
yatma, 3. 35 ; IndriyatmA, Paramatmd,and Pradhanatma,1.3; Ritu-
dhama(sic),73. 27; and also Parvas,3. 143, 147; Sudamas,
2. 175;
Sudhama,2. 142; Yakrillornas (sic), 2. 166.
In like manner, he was far from rigid as to nouns ending with -in.
He had both Palin8 and Pali in 1. 192 ; Kesin, 4. 250, &c. <fec.,
but
Kesi (sic),5. 97;9 S'amin,10
4. 99,butS'ami,4. 97. 1 haveregularized
his D&mis, S'ringl (sic), Yaktrayodhi,11 &c. &c. And here, too, he
largely omitted the accent; thus producing suchforms, now redressed,
as,to specifya few only, Kesi, mentionedjust above; Kriti (sic),4.
149; Mahdnandi,124. 182 ; S'ami, mentionedjust above; Saptabhangis

1 In 1. 178,andin Professor
Wilson'sIndex,underAkuti (rightly, ^kuti).
2 In 1. 157,and twice in ProfessorWilson's Index, though referring to pages
where the forms used are Pra'chinaverhis and Pra"chinavarhis.
3 Seenote 4 to p. 258, supra.
4 Here, as often below, I copy the form for which I have substituted the cor-
rect one.
5 Further, in his Index, Professor Wilson gives Viswakarma' (sic) as the name
of the artist of the gods, and Vis'wakarmanas that of a certain solar ray.
6 Both Sudhamas and Sudhdmans are entered in Professor Wilson's Index, and
as if they differed ; and so both Sukarmasand Sukarmaus; but Sudharmaaonly.
7 This has alreadybeen referred to at p. 256, supra. In his Index, Professor
Wilson has Bitudha'man.
8 This is the form which he registers in his Index.
9 Sen^ni, 2. 25, is correct; but, in his Index, it becomesSena'm'n,
from mistake
as to its declension.
10Corrupted,in his Index,into jSdlmin.
11In his Index, this is changedinto Yaktrayodhi.
" 12Possibly,however, ProfessorWilson meant to write thus, complying with the
lection of the JBhdgavata-purdna, and did not intend to suggestthe nominative
of Mahdnandin,namely, Mahdnandi.
;?6o ON CEBTAIN" ERRATA, ETC."

and Saptavadis, 3. 209 ; Sorasi(forSliod'asin),1. 85 ; Sumali, 1. 188;


Syadvadis,3. 209; Yasavertis(sic), 3. 6 ; Yogi, 5. 228, 230, &c.
Insteadof the crude form,he liad the nominatival,in Dhata,11.
118; Pratihartta,2. 106 ; Yidhata,21. 118: Samrat(sic),and Swarat
(sic),1. 170; Virat (sic)* 1. 59, 105,&c.5170, and 2. 107; Hanuman,
P. 50, tfec.; Mahan,1. 117 ; Malyavan,2. 117,&c.; Jara, 5. 143,152;
Pumaii,1.3, 23,&c. ; Samvit (sic),41. 32; Satyavak,1. 177; Swarna-
bhak,55. 191. Ayushmanta,for Ayushniat,1. 159, and Havisliman-
tas,6for Havishmats,3. 163, are impossible. They remind one of,
for instance,Hanumanta,which is common,in Hindi poetry, for
Hanumat.
Suchof his plurals asAngirasas,Apsarasas, <fcc.,
it seemed to metoo
bold to disturb,moreespeciallyas they were dictated by a fixedprin-
ciple. In my own annotations, and in my Index, however, I have
everywherewritten, for example, Arigirasesand Apsarases" the singu-
lars of thesewords being Angiras and Apsaras,not Angirasa and
Apsarasa.
A little heedshouldhavepreventedthe presentationof solecisms,
&c.,
like Ahichchatra,for Ahichchhatra,
2. 16 1 ; Avasatthya,for Avasathya,
5. 115; Dadlcha,for Dadhicha,5. 250 ; Dharbaka,for Darbhaka,4
182; Dhrisht'asannan, for Dfisht'asarman,4. 95 \ Dhyanajyapyas, for
Dhyanajapyas,4. 28 \ Drisht'aketu,7 for Dhfisht'aketu, 4. 148 ; Gach-
chas, for Gachchhas,2. 176; Garddhabas,for Gardabhins, 4. 202;
Garddhabhin, for Gardabhin, 4. 209 ; Gaveduka,for Gavedhuka,1. 95 ;
Ghritsamada, for Gritsamada, 4. 31 ; Ghritsamati, for Gfitsamati, 4.
136; Ghritsatamas,for Gfitsatamas, 4. 32 ; Gomantha, for Gomanta,
5. 66; Hiranyagarbha, for Hiranyanabha, 3. 324; Kachanlra, for
Kachchhanira; 2. 286; Kachchas, for Kachchhas,2, 169, 176; Kach-

1 How Dhuti came to appear for Dlidt, in 2. 27, has been conjectured at
pp. 256 and 257, supra.
2 Dhdltri (sic}and Vidhdtri (sic) were found in 1. 152.
3 Properlywritten, thesethreewordshave-I in the nominativecasesingular.
In 1. 105, ProfessorWilson had both Virdt (sic) and the correct Vira"j ; in 2.
229, the latter. In his Index, he has three articles, instead of one, to-wit, on
Viraj, on Yirdt, and on Viral;. After Yirdj, he adds,in brackets,"or Vicldj,"
There is no such word.
4 The right form, in -c?,wasused in 1. 172.
5 This, I assume,
wasbeforethe printer,whosesenseless
Swama'bha'k
Professor
Wilson not only allowedin his text, but inserted in his Index.
6 Both Ayushmanta
andHavishmantas
arein the Index of Professor
Wilson.
7 Dhrishiaketu (sic),in ProfessorWilson's Index, where,however, occur Dhri-
dhanemi(sic),andDhridha*swa
(sic),thoughthe names,
in his text, containno A.
ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC. 261

chapa,for Kachchhapa,4. 27, 28; Kachchiyas,


for Kachclihiyas,
2.
169; Kakkudwat,for Kakudmat, 2. 194; Kakutshtha,
for Kakutstha,
3. 315; Mabihaka,
for Mahishaka,4. 220; Medhasiras,
for Medasiras,
4. 198; Mitravrinda, for Mitravinda,5. 79; Mlechchas,for Mlech-
chhas,1. 182 (bis)-,Nabhagarisht'ha,
for Nabhagarisht'a,
3. 231;
Nabhanidisht'a,
for Nabhanedisht'ha,
3. 13,227 ; Navala,for Nad'wala,
1. 177; Nedisht'a,for Nedisht'ha,3. 232, 256, 336; Niryati, for
Niyati,I. 152,and5.387; S'akhya,
for S'akya,
3. 246; S'ankana,
for
S'ankhana,3.314; Saudhodani,
for S'auddhodani, 4. 170; Savarga,
for Sarvaga(or Sarvavega?),3. 27, 227; Sudanstra,
for Sudamsht'ra,4.
100; Uchatthya,for Uchathya,3. 16; Utatthya, for Utatlrya, 3. 16;
Uttathya,for Utathya, 1. 154; Vavriddhas,for Vacbavfiddhas,3. 28;
Yajnawalka,for Yajnavalkya,3. 45 ; Yajnyawalkya,for Yajnavalkya,5.
228; Yuddhamusbt'bi, for Yuddbamusht'i, 4. 99. And due regardfor
grammarwould bave precluded,besidesmost of tbe foregoingwords,
Adliosiras,for AdhaEsiras,2. 215; Antassilafor Antalisila, 2. 151;
Apa, for ApaK,1. 57, 58; Dukha, for DuEkba,1. 112; Marut-loka,
for Marul-loka, 1. 98; Nard, for Nrali, 1. 57, 58 ; Tanava, for Tana-
vaii, 1. 57; Uchcbaissravas,
for UcbchliaiEsravas,
1. 147; Uchcbai-
sravas,for tbe same, 2. 85.1
Most, if not all, of the errors winch follow are less susceptible of
arrangement according.to subject-matters,than those which are dealt
with above; and they have, therefore, been disposed alphabetically.
A fair share of them have to do with authors and books quoted by
ProfessorWilson, or by myself; and some of them testify to my own
ignorance or oscitance. Occasionally,where a point is of particular
interest, I have drawn upon, or referred to, the preceding Index,2 in
1 Of the errors collected in tin's paragraph, besides that referred to in the last
note,Gomantha,
Kakutshtha,Mlechchas,
Sa'khya,
and Yuddhanuishhi
arecor-
rected in Professor Wilson's Index, which repeats, however, Dharbaka, Gachchas,
Ghritsamada,
Kachchas,Kachchiyas,
Mitravrinda,Navala",
Nedishfa,fankana,
VaVriddhas,Yajnawalka; Adhosiras,Apa, Dukha, Marut-loka, Nard. Niyati and
Yd/jnawalkya,there, are half-corrections; Gardhabasis, as I have said before,
none at all; and Uchchraissravasis asbad.
2 To take leaveof ProfessorWilson's own Index, lest I may be supposed,by
any onewho comparesit clqsely with mine, to be, presumably,wrong, where I do
not reproduce
its statements
exactly,I annexa sampleof specifications
from it,
which I have displacedin favour of others,or which I have omitted, with all
deliberateness. Suchare : Airavata, king of serpents; Bharata,sonof Yitihotra;
Bhuri, sonof Bflhlika; Bhurisravas,
sonof Bjlhlika; 'Brahmabali,
teacherof the
Sama-veda; Dha"tfi, sonof Vishnu and Lakshmi; Dosca",wife of Kalpa; Jyotish-
mat,kingof ^aka-dwipa;
Madhu,
killedby Satrughna;
Maruts,
sonsof Marut-
wati; Nakula,sonof Patfclu; Nisitha,sonof Kalpa; Niyut,wifeof Mahan(sic);
262 ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC.

which, for the rest, abundant inadvertencies of various kinds have


already beenindicated.

Abbyutthitaswa, for Dbyushitas- Aripu, for Ripu, son of Yadu, 4.


wa,3.323. ,53'
Adbarma, for Dharma, son of Arsht'isena,for Arsht'ishena,4. 31.
Rdmacliandra,4. 210. Arvarlvas, for Arvarivat, son of
Adbyushitaswa, Adhyusbitaswa, Savarni, 3. 24.
for Dbyusbitaswa,
3. 322, 323. Aryamat, for Aryarnan,an Adi-
Ahichliatra, for Alrichcbhatra, a tya, 2. 286, 306.
city, 2. 341. Asimakfisbna,substituted, from
Ahiksbetra, for Abiksbatra, 2. adopting tbe reading of the
161; 4. 145. Bhagavata-purana,
for Adbi-
Aikshwakava, for Aikshwaka, a slmakfishna, 4. 163.
dynasty,4. 171, &c. Asmarisarin, for Asmasarin,4.
Alindayas, for Alindas, 2. 180. 155-
Amba, for Ambika, daughter of a Atimukta (not, as printed, Ati-
king of the Kasis,4. 158. mukti), for Avimukta, from
Amitadh\vaja, for Mifcadhwaja,3. mistaking a careless Nagari v
333; 5. 217. for t, 5. 129.
Amitrasaha,for Mitrasaha,3. 305. Avarttana, for Avartana,2. 129.
Amurttarajasa, for Anrdrtarajas, 4. See 2. 339.
15. Ayati, daughter of Mem, See
Amurttaraya, for Murtaya, 4. 15. the preceding Index, under Ni-
Amurttaya, for Amurtaraya, 4. yatL
I5-
Aparyantabala,
no name,but an Balikala,for Basbkala,3. 44.
epithet, 5. 55, Balikali, for Basbkali, 3. 44.
Arbat, for Arhata,3. 209(note2); Babu,for Pratibahu,sonof Vajra,
5. 390. 4. 113.

Paramesh^hin
(mistakenfor Paramekshu),
sonof Anu; Pathya,teacherof the
Sa"ma-veda ; Prabha, wife of Kalpa ; Pradosha, son of Kalpa; Kibhu, son of
Rudra ; Ripu and Ripunjaya, sonsof Dhruva; Rudra"ili, wife of aRudra ; Rudra-
sdvarrii, twelfth Manu; Sahadeva,son of Panclu; Sala, son of Bdhlika; Sarpi
(sic],wife of Siva; Sa"ya,sonof Ialpa; Sujdti (error for Sujdta), sonof Vitihotra;
Sumati, son of Sagara; Taru, son of Dhruva ; Tfishridi,son of Mrityu ; Vidh^tfi,
son of Vishnu and JjakshniJ.;Vipra, son of Dhruva; Vfika, son of Vijaya;
Vr'ikala, son of Dhruva; Vrikatejas3 son of Dhruva; Vr'isha, son of Vitihotra;
Vyushta, sonof Kalpa. Vinata is describedas wife of Kas'yapa?and also as wife
of TaYksha : Kasyapa and Tdrksha are the same person, And let the reader
inspect, though ever so ^cursorily,the following pages,to the end/ k
ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC.

Bahwaswa,for Badhryaswa,4. Dharmasavarni,


for Dharmasavar-
145, 146. nika, 3. 26.
Bhairika,for Bhaimarika,
5. 107, Dhataki(i.e.,Dhatakin),
for Dha-
where,in notet, the origin of taki, son of Savana,2. 201,
the erroris pointedout. whereseenotet, for Dhataki,
Bhajina,for Bhajin,4. 71. the nameof a region,left unre-
Bhayada,for Abhayada,4. 127. presented.
Bhlras, for Abhiras, 2. 133, Dlmsht'UjforDhfishnu,
3. 13,337.
Dhiimaketu, for Dhumrakesa, 2.
Brahma,where the original has 29.
Vidhatf i, that is to say, Vishnu, Disa, for Disas, 1. 117.
5. ii. Driptiketu for Diptiketu, son of
Dakshascivarna, 3. 25.
Chakshu, for Chakshus, son of Durvasasa,for Daurvasasa,P. 87
Purujanu,4. 144. (line 2); 1. 199.
Chakshupa,for Kshupa, 3. 242. Duryaman,for Durgama(?), 4.
Oka ' and/ was mistaken for 119.
part of a name. Dushitaswa,for Dhyushitaswa, 3.
Chakshusha,a gross blunder, in 322, 323.
the Bhagavata-purana,for cha
('and') Kshupa,3. 242. Gahwaras
($), a people,2. 187.
Champaka, mistaken for pancha- G4napatas,for Ganapatas,5. 280.
ma, ' fifth/ 4. 46. Gandhamojavaha,twonames,with
Champamalinf, for Champa or the first corrupted, run into one,
Malini, 3. 289; 4. 125. 4. 95, where see note **.
Chandravijaya, for Chandravijna, Gara, for Nara, 4. 121, where see
4. 199. note t, on the probable origin
Chedyas,for Chedis, 2. 157, of the error.
Chit-sukha-yoni, for Chitsukha Gardabhinas,for Gardabhins, 4.
Yogin, P. 115; 5. 385. 203.
Gautama,for Gotama,sprung from
Dalaya, for Dalbhya, 3. 7. Utathya, 3. 16.
Dand'anaya,
for Dand'aand Naya, Girigahwaras,
nonameof a people,
1. in; 5. 386. 2. 186.
Darvan, for Darva. 4. 121. Goswalu, for Gokhalu, 3. 46,
Devanild'hush,
for Devamid'husha, whereseenote*, for the origin
son of Yfishni, 4. 73. of the error.
Devamid'hush,
for Devamid'husha, Gotama,for Gautama,the Yyasa,
son of S%dra,
4. 100. 3-35-
Dharmadhris, for Dharmadhfik,
4- 95- Hari,for Haryd,3. 17..
264 ON" CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC.

Hayagriva,confounded
withHaya- Kritajaya, for Kfita and Jaya,4.
sirsha, a form of Vishnu, P. 27.
86 ; 5. 2, 3. Krosht'i (sic),for Krosht'u,4. 53.
Hayasira, for Hayasiras, daughter Vide supra, p. 256, note 3.
of Vfishaparvan,2. 70. Krosht'ri, for Krosht'u, 4. 6r.
Hayasiras,for Hayasira,daughter Videsupra,p. 256,note 3.
of Vaiswanara,2. 71 (bis). Krosht'uki, for Krausht'uki, 5.
Himahwa, for Hima, 2. 103. 3si.
Kshatropakshatra, for Kshattra
Jangalas,no such peoplenamed and Upakshattra(I), 4. 95.
in the Vishnu-purana, 2. 156, Kshemi, for Ksheinya, 4. 262.
176. Kubhand'a,for Kumbhaiid'a,o.
Jaratkaru,for Jatukarna,a Vyasa, 109. Probablythere was, in-
3. 36. stead of m in a conjunct,an
Jat'hara. Seethepreceding Index. anusivdra, dimly written, or
Jayantapur(sic), for Jayanta,a elseunnoticed.
city, 3. 331. Kubja, no name,but an epithet,
Jrimbhika. See 1. 82, note t. 5. 21, 22.
Kukkuras, for Kukuras, 5. 147.
Ka} no wind so called, 4. 304, Kukkura, for Kukura, 4. 9*7; 5.
where, in note II, the origin of 132.
the erroris shown. Kund'inapura. Seethepreceding
Kakud, for Kakubh, 2. 21 " 5. Index.
388. Kuravas, for Kurus, 4. 184.
Kalika-purana. See Kalik4-upa- Kuru, for Urva, grandfather of
puraria, in the preceding Index. Jamadagni, 3. 16, 80.
Kamakshya,
forKamakhya,
P. 90. Kusa,for tlrva, grandfatherof
Kambalavarhish, for Kambalabar- Jamadagni, 3. 16, 80.
hisha.4. 97, 100. Kusaswa. See4. 15,note **.
Kanaka, for Kanavaka, 4. 113.
Kanarka, for Konarka, 5. 311. Lakshana, for Lakshmana, 5. 83.
See Konarka, m the preceding Lavana, for Lambana, doubly de-
Index. notative, 2. 195, where, in note
Kanwas, for Kanwayanas. See I, the origin of the error is de-
the precedingIndex. monstrated.
Kausala, ifor Kausalya, ^of Ko- Lomaharsha, for Lomaharsharia,
sala/ o. 82. 3. 64.
Kharadushana, for Khara and Lunation, misuse of the term, P.
Dusharia,3. 316. 64; 5, 109, 249.
Kodrava, for Koradusha, 1. 95 ;
5. 386. Madhwat,for Mid'hwas,3. 335.
ON CERTAINERRATA,ETC. 265
Madhyama,for Madbya,
5. 188. Mithila,notthenameofacountry,
Madra,forMadraka,
4. 122. asin someplaces saidto be,4.
Madreyas, no name, 2. 156. 344-
Magadha,for Magadha,a city ('?),
4. 216. Nabhin, for Nabha, variant of
Magadha,
for Magadha,
a country, Nabhaga,3. 303.
P. 107; 4. 151; 5. 50 (where, Najava,forNahusha,
3. 232.
in noteJ, readi Magadha'). Nala,error for Tala,a measure
so
Magadha,
for the Magadhas,
4. called,1.93. A Nagarit must
218, where see note J, for the have beenmistaken for n.
origin of the error. Naraka, erroneouslysubstituted
Mahanandi,4. 182. Videsupra, forBaurava, 1. 112; 5. 386.
p. 259,note12. Niramaya,no name('!), 3. 25.
Mahandhraka,corrupted
fromMa- SeetheprecedingIndex.
hidhraka,3. 332. Niryyuha,for Nirvyuha,5. 31.
Mahasaila,
no propername(?),2. The Sanskritcorresponded,in
197. the former edition.
Mahavanya-,
no name,2. 196. Nishat'ha,for Nisat'ha,5. 68.
Maitreya,
errorforMitrayu,3. 64, Niyati. Seethepreceding
Index.
note ||. ISTrichakshu,
for Nfichakshus,4.
Mandahara,for Mandaraharina,2. 164.
129.

Manichaka,
for Manivaka,from Pahnavas. See the preceding
mistakingfor ch the ISTagariv Index, and 2. 187, note.
carelessly written, 2. 198. Paninas,for Panins,4. 28.
Marsht'i,for Marshi,4. 109. Panschi,for Panchi(?), 4. 46.
Marsht'imat,for Marshimat, 4. Parajita, for Aparajita, son of
109. Krishna, 5. Si.
Maruts,for Marutwats,2. 21, 22. Pdravas,
for Paradas,3. 290.
Medha,for Medhas,2. 100; 5. Paushyinji,for Paushpinji,3. 58,
388. 60, 6i?
Medhatithi, Medhatithi,for Me- Pippalayani,for Paippalayani,
3.
dhddhfiti, 3. 25, 227, where the 62.
origin of the error is pointed Prajapati,for Prajapatya,a wind
outf so called, 5. 204.
Menda,for Mainda,5. 139. The Prastutas(??),for Prasiitas,3. 12.
Translator seems to have been Pratibimba. See1. 82, note t.
misledby M. Langlois'sMnda. Prativyoman,for Prativyoma.4.
Meru, substituted, by the Trans- i67.
lator, for Sumeru, 1. 129; 5. Prithurukman, for Pfithumkma,
387- 4. 64.
266 OK CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC.

Priyamedhas,for Priyamedha,4. S'^ntakhya,for S'antaraya,


4. 43.
140. Santati, for Samnati, 4. 37, per-
Pulomat,for Pulonian,2. 211. haps from mistaking a Nagari
Parana,for Apiiraiia, 5. 251. t for n.
Purishin, for Purishi, 1, 85. Saranga, for S'arnga, 5. 125.
Purujit, for Ruchaka,son of Usa- S'arimejaya,
for Arimejaya, 4. 95.
4, 63. Sarpi/for Sarpis,2. 109.
Sarpl, for Sarpis, L 117 (where
Ramya, no name, but an epithet, expunge,in note ||, " Sarpi . . .
2. 199, neuter ").
Rasaloma,for Rusana, 4. 117. S'aru,for S'at'ha^rom reading asrw
Rathinara, for Ratliltara, son of the Nagari letter for <%,4, 109.
Pfishadaswa, son of Yiriipa, 3. Sarvapapahara,no name, but an
258. A Nagari t was mistaken epithet, 2. 196.
for n. S'asadharman, for S'atadhanwan,
RatnagarbhaBhat't'a,for Ratna- 4. 190.
garbhaBhat't'acharya,
5. 385. S'atabhisha(rightly, S'atabhisha),
Riju, for ikijwaliwa,5. 382,385. substituted,by the Translator,
Rina, for Rinajya, 3. 35. for S'atabhishaj,2. 268.;""3.
Rishikesa, for Hfishikesa, 4. 278. 167, 169.
Roma"nas,for Romans, 2. 176. S'atadhanu, for S'atadhaims, son
Roparias,for Ropans,2. 176. of Hfidika, 4. 99.
Rukman,for Rukma,4, 64. Satrajit, Satrajit, for Sattrajita,4.
Rushadru, for Rushadgu, from 74; 5. 148.
readingas dru the Nagari con- S'atrujit, for Sattrajita, 5. 81.
junct letter for dgu. Saubhim4,for Subhima,5. 83.
Saudatta, for Sudatt4, 5. 82, 83.
S'aktri, error for S'akti, son of Saurapatas,for Saurapatas,"5.
Vasisht'ha,1. 6-8, 155; 3.35, 280.
36, 306. Savala,for Savana,
sonof Priya-
STalAkA,
for S'alakya,4. 33. vrata, 2. 100, where,in notef,
Salu(Selu),no word(for khalu), theoriginof theerroris demon-
2. 151,340. strated.
S'alya,
for S'aiwa,
kingof theSau- Selu. SeeSalu.
bhas,5. 70. Simalakarfii, Simalakarni, for
S'alya,for S'ala,sonof Somadatta, S'rimallakarni,4. 195,200.
5. 134. S'isirayaiia,
for S'aisirayaiia,
5. 53,
Sainparayafia,
forParayana, 3. 57. note*.
S'ankhapada,
for S'ankhapad, the S'itoda,forAsitoda,2. 1-17.
Lokapila,1. 155; .2. 86, 263, Somasushmapana, for Sauma-
338. sushmayana, 3. 35.
ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC. 267

Sravanti,errorfor S'ravasti(noted Trayyaruna,for Tryaruna,3. 65.


as such.),3. 264. Trayydruna, for Tryaruna, 3. 284,
S'rlvaswani, no name, most pro- note i.
bably, 4. 196, 200. Trina, no name, 4. 121.
Sthaneswara,for Sthanwiswara, Triyaruria, for Triyaruni (^), 3.
2. 143 ; 5. 388. 221,340.
Sudhamans,for Sutr&rnans,3. 28.
Sudhanush,for Sudhanu, 4. 148. Udayinbhadraka, for Udayibhad-
Sudhanwan,substituted, by the raka, 4. 182.
Translator,for S'atadhanwan,
4. Ujasi, no name,mostprobably,4.
89. 123.
Sudhanwat,
for Sudhanwan,
4. tTrddhabahu,
for tfrdhwabahu,
148. son of Vasisht'ha, 1. 155.
S'udhinandi, for Sushinandi, 4. Urddhabahu, for Urdhwabdhu, a
211. 6ishi, 3. 10.
Sukumara,
substituted,
by the iJru,fortlrva,grandfather
of Ja-
Translator, for Sukumaraka, 4. madagni, 3. 16, 80.
76, <fec. Utsavamanketas,for Utsavasan-
Sumalin,for Sunaman,5. 41. ketas,from mistakinga broken
Sumallis,for Sumallikas,2. 175. Nagarl -sfor m, 2. 179.
S'unahsephas,for S'unaKsepha,3. Uttarakuru, substituted,by the
289\ 4. 25. Translator,
for Kairu,2. 123.
Sunanda, for Sunandana, 4. 197.
Supratitha,for Supratika,4. 168. Vahllkas,Yahlikas, Seethe pre-
S'urabhfras, error of M. Langlois, cedingIndex.
for S'urasand Abhfras,2. 133. Vaideha,for Videha,3. 330.
Susuma,for Susrama,4. 175. YamaYamacharin,for Yamacha-
Suvithi, for Swarvithi, 5. 388, rin (?),.5.326, 392.
Swadhd,for Sudh4,wifeof Vama- Yapra, for Yaprivan,3. 34.
deva,1. 117. Yapu, for Vapus, daughter of
Syala,nonameof a person,5. 53. Daksha,&c., 1. 109, no.
Yararlasi, Yaranasl, for Yaranasi,
Talaka, for Pattalaka, 4. 197, <fcc.,
5. 121.
note t, Yasahanu,for Yatsahanu, 4, 141.
Tamasitra, for Tambamitra, 5. Yedasira,2. 29. Seethepreceding
250. Index,wherethewordsBrightly,
T4mrapakshi,
for Tamrapaksha,
5. Yedasiras
" requireexplaining.
107. The advertentcorruptionin the
Tomalaka,for Tosalaka,from mis- Bhagavata-purana is Yedasira,
taking a brokenNagaris for for whichtheTranslator
substi-
m, 5, 39, tutedYedasiras.
268 ON CERTAIN ERRATA, ETC.

Vibhratra, for Vibhraja, 4. 141. Vrihadbraja, for Bfihadraja; 4.


Viraja, for Vairaja, 2. 86, 262. 169.
Viswagaswa. See the preceding Vrihadrathantara, for Brihat and
Index. Rathantara, 2. 295, 343.
Viswagiyotish, for Vishwagjyotis, Vrishakahwa, for Vfishakd, 2.
2. 107. 154-
Viswaksena. See the preceding Vrishasahwa, for Vfishasa, 2
Index. 154.
VisVaphiirji,for Visvvasphiirji,4. Vyushitaswa,for Dhyushita"swa,
217. 3. 322, 323.
Viswasaha,,for Viswasahwan, 3. Vyutthitaswa, for Dhyushitaswa,
325; 5- 39*- 3. 322, 323.
Viswavyarchas, for Viswatry-
archasj5. 191, which see in the Yajnakrit, for Yajnakfita, 4. 44.
preceding Index. Yauni, for Yonl, 2. 194.
Vivinsati, for Vivimsa5 3. 243. Yuyudhana, for Yuyudhan, 3.
Vraja, for Vajra, son of Anirud- 334, note
dha, 5. 108.

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