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International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration
scholars commonly use IAST in publications that cite textual material in Sanskrit, Pāḷi and other classical Indian languages. IAST is also used for major
Apr 18th 2017



Romanization of Maldivian
article: IAST-The-International-AlphabetIAST The International Alphabet of Sanskrit-TransliterationSanskrit Transliteration (IAST) is the most popular academic standard for the romanization of Sanskrit. IAST is
Apr 19th 2016



Devanagari transliteration
Transliteration (IAST) is a subset of the ISO 15919 standard, used for the transliteration of Sanskrit, PrakritPrakrit and Pāḷi into Roman script with diacritics. IAST is
Apr 24th 2017



ISO 15919
is a US standard. The International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration (IAST) is not a standard (as no specification exists for it) but a convention developed
Apr 19th 2017



Velthuis
standard scholarly transliteration. It does not use diacritics as compared to IAST. It does not use capital letters as compared to Harvard-Kyoto or ITRANS schemes
Apr 28th 2017



Upapandavas
Mahabharata, the UpapandavasUpapandavas (IAST: Upapāṇḍava, Sanskrit: उपपाण्डव, lit. junior PandavasPandavas), also known as PandavaputrasPandavaputras (IAST: Pāṇḍavaputra, Sanskrit: पाण्डवपुत्र
Apr 8th 2017



Harvard-Kyoto
material into machine readable format without the use of diacritics as used in IAST. Instead of diacritics it uses upper case letters. Since it employs both
Mar 27th 2017



Madri
epic, MadriMadri (Sanskrit: माद्री; IAST: Mādrī; IPA for Sanskrit: [mɑːd̪riː] ) was a princess of the Madra Kingdom (IAST: Mādra; [mɑːd̪rə]) and the second
Mar 4th 2017



Shrutakirti
Upapandavas § Shrutakarma. In Hindu epic Ramayana, Shrutakirti or Shrutkeerti(IAST Śrutakīrti) is daughter of king Kushadhwaja and his wife queen Chandrabhaga
Apr 19th 2017



Parishishtaparvan
Parishishtaparvan">The Parishishtaparvan (IAST: Pariśiṣṭaparvan) also known as the SthaviravalicharitraSthaviravalicharitra (IAST: Sthavirāvalīcaritra) is a 12th-century Sanskrit mahakavya
Jan 21st 2017



Ramanandi Sampradaya
The Ramanandi (IAST Rāmānandī), also known as the Ramayats or the Ramavats (IAST Rāmāvat), are a branch of the Vaishnava Sri Sampradaya of Hinduism.
Jan 25th 2017



Standard Alphabet of Mahl Transliteration
romanization of all Indic scripts, is an extension of IAST. But few letters do not agree with its IAST equivalent. ḷ (lhaviyani) k (kaafu) a (alifu)
Apr 19th 2016



Govinda Bhagavatpada
Govinda Bhagavatpada (IAST Govinda Bhagavatpāda) was the Guru of the Advaita philosopher, Adi Shankara. Little is known of his life and works, except that
Mar 11th 2017



Dasadhyayi
DasadhyayiDasadhyayi (Devanāgarī: दशाध्यायी, IAST: Daśādhyāyī) is the famous reputed commentary on the first ten chapters of Varāha Mihira’s Bṛhat Jātaka by Govinda
Sep 21st 2016



Shatadhanvan
Shatadhanvan (IAST: Śatadhanvan) or Shatadhanus was a king of the Maurya dynasty. He ruled from 195–187 BCE. According to the Puranas, he was the successor
Jul 16th 2016



Devanagari
uses, see Nagari (disambiguation). DevanagariDevanagari (DAY-və-NAH-gər-ee; देवनागरी, IAST: Devanāgarī, a compound of "deva" देव and "nāgarī" नागरी; Hindi pronunciation:
Apr 29th 2017



Amara Sinha
Amara Sinha (or Amara Simha, IAST: Amarasiṃha) (c. CE 375) was a Sanskrit grammarian and poet, of whose personal history hardly anything is known.[citation
Apr 7th 2017



Shalankayana
The Shalankayana (IAST: Śālaṇkāyana) dynasty of ancient India ruled a part of Andhra region from 300 to 440 CE. Their territory was located between the
Mar 17th 2017



Peradeniya
Peradeniya (Sinhala:පේරාදෙණිය IAST pēradeniya) is a suburb of the city of Kandy, about 50,000 inhabitants in Sri Lanka. It is situated on the A1 main road
Mar 7th 2017



Shankara
Shankara (also written as Sankara or Samkara, IAST śaṅkara) can refer to: Shiva, the Hindu god Adi Shankara, 8th century CE Hindu philosopher K. N. Shankara
Apr 29th 2017



Svati
Swati (Devanagari स्वाति, Transliteration IAST svāti, also found svātī́) According to some is a feminine noun of unknown derivation or ′su′ + ′ati′ (″Great
Mar 11th 2016



Raghunatha Siromani
Raghunatha-ShiromaniRaghunatha Shiromani (Bengali: রঘুনাথ শিরোমণি, IAST: Raghunātha Śiromaṇi) (c. 1477–1547) was an Indian philosopher and logician. He was born at Nabadwip
Mar 3rd 2017



ITRANS
encoded texts. With the wider implementation of Unicode, the traditional IAST is used increasingly also for electronic texts. Like the Harvard-Kyoto scheme
Feb 14th 2017



Badarayana
For author of the Mahabharata, see Vyasa. Badarayana (IAST Bādarāyaṇa; Devanāgari बादरायण) was an Indian philosopher about whom almost no personal details
Apr 16th 2017



Janardana
Janardana (Sanskrit: जनार्दन IAST /janārdana/) is another name of Vishnu or God and appears as the 126th name in the Vishnu sahasranama. It is also a common
Jan 16th 2015



Shankara Vijayam
Shankara Vijayams (IAST Śaṃkaravijayaṃ) are traditional biographies of the Advaita philosopher Adi Shankara. The main ShankaravijayamsShankaravijayams are: Madhavīya Shankaravijayam
Jul 9th 2015



Iravati
Iravati (irāvatī in IAST transliteration) is a character in the mythology of India. She is a daughter of Kadru and Kasyapa. She is the mother of Airavata
Jan 3rd 2016



Rasabali
Rasabali (Odia: ରସାବଳି, IAST: rasābaḷi) is a sweet dish from Odisha, India. Rasabali is offered to Baladevjew, and originated in the Baladevjew Temple
Oct 4th 2016



Achiravati
The Achirvati (IAST: Aciravati) was an ancient river flowing through what is now Nepal and the northern portion of Uttar Pradesh. It has been identified
Sep 21st 2016



Lata (region)
Lata">Bharuch Lata (IAST: Lāṭa) was a historical region of India, located in the present-day Gujarat state. Shakti-Sangam-Tantra, a Shakti cult text composed
Nov 24th 2016



Amaan Ali Khan
Aman-Ali-KhanAman Ali Khan. Amaan-Ali-KhanAmaan Ali Khan (Hindi: अमान अली ख़ान; Urdu: أمان علی خان‎; IAST: Amān Alī Khān) (born 1977) is an Indian classical musician who plays the
Apr 1st 2017



Jahnu
Jahnavi, meaning "daughter of Jahnu". Sanskrit spelling of "Jahnavi" (IAST) jāhnavī Reference: http://spokensanskrit.de/index.php
Jun 27th 2014



Bhujapidasana
BhujapBhujapidasanaBhujapBhujapidasana (Sanskrit: भुजपीडासन; IAST: BhujapBhujapīḍāsana) or Shoulder pressing posture is a Yoga asana. The name of this asana comes from Bhuja (Sanskrit:
Sep 26th 2016



Sankara Variar
Variyar">Shankara Variyar (IAST: Śaṅkara Vāriyar; c. 1500 – c. 1560) was an astronomer-mathematician of the Kerala school of astronomy and mathematics. His family
Nov 1st 2016



MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences
MediCiti-InstituteMediCiti Institute of Medical-SciencesMedical Sciences (MIMS; IAST: Meḍisiṭi Vaidya Vignān Samstha) is an Indian medical college affiliated with NTR University of Health
Apr 28th 2016



Dhoby Ghaut
Plaza Singapura. Dhoby-GhautDhoby Ghaut or Dhobi-GhatDhobi Ghat (Hindi: धोबी घाट, IAST: Dhobī Ghāṭ) literally means washerman's place in Hindi, from dhobi, "washerman"
Aug 7th 2016



Chaturanga Dandasana
(Sanskrit: चतुरङ्ग दण्डासन; Sanskrit pronunciation: [cɐt̪urɐŋgɐ d̪ɐɳɖɑːsɐn̪ɐ]; IAST: Caturaṅga Daṇḍāsana) or Four-Limbed Staff Pose, also known as Low Plank
Nov 28th 2016



Mahashraman
Acharya-MahashramanAcharya Mahashraman (Hindi: आचार्य महाश्रमण)(IAST: Ācārya mahāśramaṇa) (born 13 May 1962) is the eleventh Acharya, supreme head of Jain Svetambar Terapanth
Mar 19th 2017



Urdhva Dhanurasana (Chakrasana)
ChakrasanaChakrasana (Sanskrit: चक्रासन IAST: Chakrāsana, Wheel Pose), also called Urdva Dhanurasana (Sanskrit: ऊर्ध्वधनुरासन; IAST: Ūrdhvadhanurāsana, Upward-Facing
Dec 4th 2016



Keshavadasa
KeshavadasaKeshavadasa (IAST Keśavadāsa, lit. "servant of Keshava (Vishnu)") is the name of various classical Sanskrit authors, and of a number of modern individuals
Dec 3rd 2012



Visarga
Visarga (IAST: visarga) (Sanskrit: विसर्गः) meaning "sending forth, discharge". In Sanskrit phonology (śikṣā), visarga (also called, equivalently, visarjanīya
Nov 15th 2016



Jordan national under-17 football team
(Withdrew) 2012 U Arab U-17 Championship: (Withdrew) 2013 U-16 Caspian Cup 2014 IAST friendly cup(winner) Colwyn Rowe (2004-2006) Walid Fatafta (2009-2010)
Apr 9th 2017



Hrishikesha
HrishikeshaHrishikesha (Sanskrit: हृषीकेश; IAST: Hṛṣīkēśa) is another name of Hindu God Vishnu and is the 47th name in the Vishnu Sahastranama. According to Adi Shankara's
Apr 24th 2017



SLP1
Works with 7 systems: Harvard-Kyoto, ITRANS, Velthuis, SLP, WX-system and IAST, Devanagari. Scharf, Peter M. Sanskrit Library Phonological Text Encoding
Feb 14th 2017



Shailendra
Shailendra (IAST: Śailendra) is a Sanskrit combined words Śaila and Indra, meaning "King of the Mountain", It is often used as an epithet of the Hindu
Aug 23rd 2016



Ground (Dzogchen)
Dzogchen In Dzogchen ground (Tibetan: གཞི, Wylie: gzhi; IAST: āśraya or sthāna) is the primordial state. It is an essential component of the Dzogchen tradition
Dec 12th 2016



Mishra Dhatu Nigam
Mishra-Dhatu-Nigam-LimitedMishra Dhatu Nigam Limited (Hindi: मिश्र धातु निगम लिमिटेड; IAST: Mișra dhātu nigam limiṭeḍ), abbreviated as MIDHANI, is a specialized metals and metal
Mar 21st 2017



Minor Inscriptions of Kharavela
one line. The text in Devanagari script is as under: कुमारो वडुखस लेणं (IAST: kumāro vadukhas lenam) Translation: (This is) the cave of Prince Vaḍukha
Mar 11th 2017



Prasthanatrayi
PrasthanatrayiPrasthanatrayi (Sanskrit: प्रस्थानत्रयी, IAST: Prasthānatrayī), literally, three sources, refers to the three canonical texts of Hindu philosophy, especially
Feb 2nd 2017



Tadasana
(IPA: [tɑːɖɑːsɐnɐ]; Sanskrit: ताडासन; T IAST: Tāḍāsana), Samasthiti (IPA: [sɐmɐst̪ʰit̪ih]; Sanskrit: समस्थिति; T IAST: samasthitiḥ), or Mountain Pose is an
Jan 20th 2017





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