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- a śloka (sanskrit: श्लोक, ipa: [ˈɕloːkə]; also anglicized as shloka or sloka, meaning 'song', from the root śru, 'hear') is a category of verse line developed
- the mahamrityunjaya mantra (sanskrit: महामृत्युंजय मंत्र, mahāmṛtyuṃjaya mantra 'great death-conquering mantra'), also called the tryambakam mantra, is
- the prameya shloka is a shloka composed by sri vyasatirtha, a leading philosopher in the dvaita school of vedanta. the shloka summarises the nine basic
- saraswathi shloka is a hindu prayer chanted before beginning a cl**** or at the beginning of one’s studies so that all learning may resolve in knowledge
- shloka-16’, ‘balkand dvavish sarga shloka-6’, ‘balkand dvavish sarga shloka-20’, ‘balkand panchvish sarga shloka-15’, ‘balkand pratham sarga shloka-56’
- padas of 8 syllables containing 32 syllables in each stanza. the typical shloka of cl****ical sanskrit poetry is in this category. brihati : 4 padas (8 +
- of verse, surya satakam is also commonly known as aadidev namastubhyam shloka:- aadi dev namastubhyam praseed mam bhaaskar, divaakar namostute, prabhaakar
- which represent the bountiful and beautiful aspects of goa. a sanskrit shloka appears above the lamp and can be translated as 'let everyone enjoy prosperity