• [khad ]
- [khand ] , break, cleave



{hka.ða.}

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• खड [ khad-a ]
- m. kind of sour drink made of buttermilk, etc.
33) खड (p. 60) khad-a sour drink



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• खड्ग [ khad-gá ]
Skt: खड्ग [ khad-gá ] - m. sword, dagger; rhinoceros; N. of a merchant's son.
32) खड्ग (p. 60) khad-gá sword, dagger; rhinoceros; N. of a merchant's son. |
Skt: खड्ग (khaDga) -  sword - Glos
Pal:  {hkag~ga.} - UHS PMD0341
UKT from UHS: double-edged dagger, rhinoceros



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• खड्ग्राहिन् [ khadga-grâhin ]
- m. sword-bearer; -dhara, a. wearing a sword; m. N.; -dhârâ, f. sword-blade: -vrata, n. = asidhârâ-vrata; -
dhenu, f. knife; -pâni, a. having a sword in one's hand; -pâta, m. sword-cut; -prahâra, m. sword-stroke; -
maya, a. consisting of swords; -vat, a. armed with a sword; -vâri, n. blood dripping from a sword; -vidyâ, f. art of
fencing; -sakha, a. armed with a sword; -sena, m. N.; -hasta, a. having a sword in the hand.
54) खड्ग्राहिन् (p. 60) khadga-grâhin sword-bearer;



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• खङ्गामिष [ khadga‿amisha ]
- n. rhinoceros flesh.
53) खङ्गामिष (p. 60) khadga̮amisha rhinoceros flesh.



• खड्गी (khaDgii)
- with sword - Glos



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• खड्गिधेनुका [ khadgi-dhenukâ ]
- f. female rhinoceros.
52) खड्गिधेनुका (p. 60) khadgi-dhenukâ female rhinoceros.



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• खड्गिन्् [ khadg-in ]
- a. armed with a sword; m. rhinoceros.
51) खड्गिन्् (p. 60) khadg-in armed with a sword;

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• खणखणाय [ khana-khanâ-ya ]
- den. Â. clatter, crack: pp. -yita, clashing, etc.
50) खणखणाय (p. 60) khana-khanâ-ya Â. clatter, crack:



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• खण्ड [ khand-a ]
- a. incomplete, deficient, not full (moon); m. n. piece, part; section (of a work); number, quantity, multitude,
group; powdered sugar: -ka, m. part, piece, section; kind of dance(?); -kâpâlika, m. a partial Kâpâlika (sectary);
-devakula, n. ruined temple; -dhârâ, f. kind of musical performance or dance.
49) खण्ड (p. 60) khand-a incomplete, deficient, not full (moon);

© खण्ड [ khand-a ]
Skt: खण्ड [ khand-a ] - a. incomplete, deficient, not full (moon); m. n. piece, part; section (of a work); number,
quantity, multitude, group; powdered sugar: - Mac079c3
Skt: खण्ड (khaNDa) - m. n. piece
Pal:  {hkûN~ða.}
-   -- UHS-PMD0342
UKT from UHS: mfn. broken [into pieces, sections, etc.]. m.n. a part, a section, breaking up, torn pieces, sugar-
block, sugar-cane-jaggary

See my note on Toddy Palm jaggery and Toddy Palm industry



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• खण्डन [ khand-ana ]
- a. breaking up, destroying, dispelling; n. crushing; hurting, wounding (esp. with the teeth); curtailing,
destroying; baffling; refuting; deceiving; -anîya, fp. to be broken or cut in pieces.
48) खण्डन (p. 60) khand-ana breaking up, destroying, dispelling;



© खण्डन [ khand-ana ]
Skt: खण्डन [ khand-ana ] - a. breaking up, destroying, dispelling; n. crushing; hurting, wounding (esp. with the
teeth); curtailing, destroying; baffling; refuting; deceiving; - Mac079c3
Skt: खण्डन (khaNDana) - to pound, cut into pieces, injuring, hurting - Glos



• खण्डपिटासन (khaNDapiTaasana)
- the ankle-twist posture - Glos

UKT 170419: The ankle-twist posture is a Yoga Asana to cure a sprained ankle.



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• खण्डमोदक [ khanda-modaka ]
- m. manna-sugar (Pr.).
47) खण्डमोदक (p. 60) khanda-modaka manna-sugar (Pr.).



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• खण्डय [ khanda-ya ]
- den. P. break or cut in pieces; injure; bite; interrupt, disturb; destroy, dispel; cause to cease, satisfy; neglect;
refute; deceive. ava, break in pieces. ud, tear off. vi, cut in pieces, lacerate.
46) खण्डय (p. 60) khanda-ya P. break or cut in pieces;



• खण्डयति (khaNDayati)
- to grate (as in grating a coconut) - Glos



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• [khanda-vataka ]
- m. n. N. of village or town



• खाण्डव वन «khāṇḍva vana»
= ख ा ण ् ड व + व न
- n. N. ancient forest mentioned in the epic Mahabharata - Wikipedia.

UKT 170418: See my note on Khandava Forest
iSumArga        m. `" arrow-path
"' , the atmosphere L.

The glyph for Khand
becomes Khadga the
glyph for the rhinoceros Purva
east becomes both Vama and
Parava from Pu
purge and emetic.


pU        1 cl. 9. P. A1. (Dha1tup.
xxxj , 12) %{punA4ti} ,
%{punIte4} (3. pl. A1.
%{puna4te} AV. , %{punate4}
RV. ; 2. sg. Impv. P. %{punIhi}
RV. &c. , %{punAhi4} SV.) ; ci. 1.
A1. (xxii 70) %{pa4vate} (of P.
only Impv. %{-pava} RV. ix , 19 ,
3 , and p. gen. pl. %{pavatAm}
Bhag.x , 31 ; p. A1. %{punAna4}
below , %{pa4vamAna} see p.
610 , col. 3 ; 1. sg. A1.
%{punISe} RV. vii , 85 , 1 ; pf.
%{pupuvuh}. %{-ve} Br. ;
%{apupot} RV. iii , 26 , 8 ; aor.
%{apAviSuH} Subj. %{apaviSTa}
RV. ; fut. %{paviSyati} ,
%{pavitA} Gr. ; ind. , p.
%{pUtvA4} AV. ; %{pUtvI4} RV. ;
%{pavitvA} Gr. ; %{-pU4ya} and
%{-pAvam} Br. &c. ; inf.
%{pavitum} Br.) , to make clean
or clear or pure or bright ,
cleanse , purify ,
purge , clarify
, illustrate , illume (with
%{sa4ktum} , to cleanse from
chaff , winnow "' ; with
%{kra4tum} or %{manISA4m} ,
to enlighten the understanding "'
; with %{hiraNyam} , `" to wash
gold "') RV. &c. &c. ; (met.) to sift
, discriminate , discern ; to think
of or out , invent , compose (as
a hymn) RV. AV. ; (A1.
%{pa4vate}) to purify one's self.
be or become clear or bright ;
(esp.) to flow off clearly (said of
the Soma) RV. ; to expiate ,
atone for ib. vii , 28 , 4 ; to pass
so as to purify ; to purify in
passing or pervading , ventilate
RV. &c. (cf. %{pav}): Pass.
%{pUya4te}

etad    %{sarvA7di}     
mfn. (Gr. 223 ; g. %{sarvA7di} Pa1n2. 1-1 ,
27) this , this here , here (especially as
pointing to what is nearest to the speaker
e.g. %{eSa@bANaH} , this arrow here in my
hand ; %{eSa@yAti@panthAH} , here
passes the way ; %{eSa@kAlaH} , here i.e.
now , is the time ; %{etad} , this here i.e.
this world here below) ; sometimes used to
give emphasis to the personal pronouns
(e.g. %{eSo'ham} , I , this very person here)
or with omission of those pronouns (e.g.
%{eSa@tvAM@svargaM@nayAmi} , I
standing here will convey thee to heaven ;
%{etau@praviSTau@svaH


sarvAdi        m. the beginning
or first of all things Pan5car. ;
mfn. having any kind of
commencement whatever
RPra1t.
sarvadiGmukham        ind.
towards all regions S3atr.
sarvadigvijaya        m.
conquest of all regions ,
universal conqñconquest MW.
Panchakarma ("Pancha" means five and "karma" means treatment) is done to detoxify the body according to Ayurveda.
The five procedures are claimed to eliminate the vitiated Doshas from the body.  They are Vamana (Emesis),
Virechana (Purgation), Niroohavasti (Decoction enema), Nasya (Instillation of medicine through nostrils), and
Anuvasanavasti (Oil enema).   Nirooha, Anuvasana and Uttaravasthi  form the basic types of Vasti. The term
Panchasodhana includes Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Nirooha, and Rakthamoksha (Blood letting).

Pre Panchakarma procedures
It is important to prepare the body before carrying out these Panchakarmas. The following process is followed before
carrying out the Panchakarma procedure

Snehana: Snehana means Oleation or to make smooth. (मार्दव)

Swedana: This procedure is very important to liquefy the vitiated Doshas inside the body (which are already made soft
by oleation / स्नेहन procedure), later to be brought to Koshtha (कोष्ठ), which will be eliminated by inducing either Vamana /
Virechana.

References
Mishra L, Singh BB, Dagenais S., Altern Ther Health Med. 2001 Mar Healthcare and disease management in Ayurveda
(Archived on 25 May 2013)
Sharma, A. K. (2003). "Panchkarma Therapy in Ayurvedic Medicine". In Mishra, Lakshmi Chandra. Scientific Basis for
Ayurvedic Therapies. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press. p. 43. ISBN 0-8493-1366-X.
Gupta B, Mahapatra SC, Makhija R, Kumar A, Jirankalgikar N, Padhi MM, Devalla RB, Ayu. 2011 Observations on
Vamana procedure in healthy volunteers (Archived on 25 May 2013)
Samhita, Sharangadhara (2006). "Nasya Vidhi Uttarakhanda 8/63". In Parashuram Shastri Vidyasagar.
Sharangadhara Samhita Bhishakvara Adhamalla virachita Deepika-Pandit Kasiram vaidya virachita-gudhartha deepika
ya cha samvalita (2006 ed.). Varanasi, India: Chaukambha Surabharathi Prakashan. p. 346.
Hridaya, Ashtanga (2009). "Siravyadha vidhi Suthrasthana 27/8,Dwividhopakramaneeyam Suthrasthana 14/5". In
Bhishagacharya Harishastri Paradkar Vaidya. Ashtanaga Hridaya Srimad Arunadatta virachita Sarvangasundarakhya
vyakhyaya Hemadri praneetaya Ayurveda Rasayanakhya teekaya cha samullasitham. Varanasi, India: Chowkhamba
Krishnadas Academy. pp. 327, 223. ISBN 81-218-0046-3. "Ashtanga Hridaya" defined multiple times with different
content (see the help page).
Samgraha, Ashtanga (2012). "Vasthi Vidhi Suthrasthana 28/5". In Dr Shivprasad Sharma. Ashtanaga Samgraha Indu
virachita Sasilekha vyakhyaya samanvita. Varanasi, India: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office. p. 213. ISBN 81-7080-
186-9.
http://ayurvedamysore.org/treatments/panchakarma/Generally Vamana treatment is carried-out in the early morning
on empty stomach when the Kapha is intense. The night before the therapy, Kapha aggravating foods are provided to
the patient. On the day of the treatment, depending on the condition of the patient, heat is applied to the region of
chest as well as the back portion to liquefy the Kapha. After the liquefaction of Kapha in the body a special medicated
drink is given to the patient that stimulates the emesis. Waste products (vitiated dosha) are eliminated through the
upper gastrointestinal tract. After the emesis, the therapy is continued with ghee treatment and a steam bath. Proper
rest is advised after undergoing the Vamana therapy.
trimada        m. the 3
narcotic plants (Cyperus
rotundus , Plumbago
zeylanica , and Embelia
Ribes) ; the threefold
haughtiness BhP. iii , 1 ,
43.
trimadhu        mfn.
knowing or reciting the 3
verses beginning with
%{ma4dhu} (RV. i , 90 , 6
, 8) Gaut. Ya1jn5. i VP. iii
, 15 , 1 Ma1rkP. xxxi ; n. =
%{-dhura} L.
trimadhura        n. the 3
sweet substances (
khaNDika        m. `" one who learns
section by section
of a work "' , pupil  
khANDika        m. (fr. %{khaNDa}) , a
seller of sugarplums ,
confectioner L. ; (pl.) the whole
number of pupils Gobh. iii , 3
, 8 ;
N. of a school of the black
Yajur-veda Ca
ran2. ; (%{am})
n. a multitude of pupils (? cf.
%{khaND-}.) Pa1n2. 4-2 , 45.

khaNDaka        mfn. ifc. breaking to
pieces , destroying ,
removing , rendering ineffectual W. ;; a
section of a work ; a
kind of air or tune W. ; (%{am}) n. (=
%{khaNDa}) a term in
an equation Gan2it.
rekhand
lekhand
.
rekhA     
   f. a scratch , streak , stripe
, line Gr2ihya1s. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c. ; a
continuous line , row , range , series
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; the first or prime
meridian (considered to be a line
drawn from Lan3ka1 to Meru i.e. from
Ceylon [supposed to lie on the
equator] to the north pole) Su1ryas. ; a
right or straight position of all the limbs
in dancing S

rekhAMza        (%{re7khA7Mza}). m. a
degree of longitude L.
rekhAntara        (%{rekhA7nt-}) n.
geographical longitude , distance east
or west from the first meridian L.
rekha        m. (m. c. for %{rekhA} , fr.
%{rikh} = %{likh}) a scratch , line

Caurap. ; N. of a man g. %{zivA7di} ;
(%{A}) f. see below.
reka      
  2 m. ( %{ric}) emptying ,
loosening
, purging Bhpr
recaka  
      mf(%{ikA})n. emptying ,
purging , aperient ,
cathartic L. ; emptying the lungs ,
emitting the breath L. ; m.
the act of breathing out , exhalation
VarBr2S. ;
ul-lekhana        mfn. delineating ,
making lines , making
visible or clear Sarvad. ; (%{am}) n.
the act of marking by
lines or scratches ,
furrowing
Ka1tyS3r. ; scratching open or
up , scraping Mn. Ya1jn5. ;
bringing
up , vomiting [219,3] ;
an emetic
Sus3r. ; mentioning ,
speaking of L.
ul-likhana        n. an emetic Bhpr.
lekha        m. (cf. %{rekha}) a line ,
stroke Ma1nGr2. ; (also
pl.) a writing , letter , manuscript ,
written document of any
kind Hariv. Ka1v. VarBr2S. &c. (cf.
%{kUTa-l-}) ; a god , deity
S3is3. ; =
%{Abhoga} L. ; N. of a man
g. %{zivA7di} ; of a
poet Cat. ; pl. N. of a class of gods
under Manu Ca1kshusba
Pur. ; (%{A}) f. see below.
l
ekhA        f. (cf. %{rekhd}) a scratch ,
streak , line , stroke ,
stripe , furrow S3Br. &c , &c. ; the pale
or faintly discernible
streak of the young moon's crescent
Kir. (cf. %{candra-} and
%{zazA7Gka-l-} , the act of delineation
, drawing , painting
S3ak. (v.l.) ; writing , handwriting L. ; a
drawing , likeness ,
figure , impression (cf. %{mRga-} and
%{savya-pAda-l-}) ;
the drawing of lines with fragrant
substances (on the face ,
arms , breast &c.) L. ; a hem , border ,
rim , edge , horizon
Ka1m. VarBr2S. ; the crest (= %{zikhA}
or %{cUDA7gra}) L.
lekhaka        m. a writer , scribe , clerk
, secretary Ya1jn5.
MBh. &c. ; one who delineates or
paints MW. ; (%{ikA}) f. a
little stroke Ka1d. ; n. a writing , written
message Subh. ; a
calculation (%{-kaM} %{kR} , to make a
calculation , reckon)
Mr2icch.