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Definition of ghatika. Meaning of ghatika. Synonyms of ghatika

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- [citation needed] ghaṭikā [ghaṭ a+ka] – this term is translated as 'tip-cat'. an explanatory definition is given in the commentary as, ghaṭikā is 'a game pla****
- precisely 1hr 36 mins before sunrise. i.e. 96 minutes = 2 muhūrta or 4 ghaṭīkā,and each muhurta lasting for 48 minutes. literally meaning 'the creator's
- a ghatika in the tiruvallam inscription of nandivarman pallavamalla dated in his 61st year. again an arbitrator having the title trairjyua ghatika madhyasthan
- chittapur. chitapur nagavi village in chitapur taluk was the location of a ghatika which is an ancient education centre for higher learning. sannati village
- bhishma, bali, Śuka, and yama. 'the ghatika - an educational institution of medieval karnataka - mahajanas of ghatika'. retrieved 2007-02-04.  the hare
- were regionally known by other terms, such as ghatika-s and khandika-s. the oldest verifiable ghatika for vedic studies, from inscription evidence is
- groups of mahajanas (learned brahmins) looked after agraharas (called ghatika or 'place of higher learning') such as at badami which was served by 2000
- weight and area as an empty bowl was required to be filled in exactly 1 ghatika (equivalent to 24 minutes), a measure of time in those days. forecasts
- and in sanskrit. schools of higher learning were called brahmapuri (or ghatika or agrahara). teaching sanskrit was a near monopoly of brahmins who received