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- for the hindu usage, see tirtha and kshetra. in jainism, a tīrtha (sanskrit: तीर्थ 'ford, a shallow part of a body of water that may be easily
- the lakshmana tirtha (lakshmantīrtha river) is a river of karnataka, india. it rises in kodagu district and flows eastward. it joins the kaveri in the
- (1038-1098 ) sri ishwara tirtha (1098-1146) sri nrusimha tirtha (1146-1229 ) sri vidya shankara tirtha (1229-1333) sri bharati krishna tirtha (1333-1380) sri vidyaranya
- rabindra tirtha complex (bengali: রবীন্দ্রতীর্থ; tagore pilgrimage) is a cultural center in narkel bagan, new town, kolkata. it is dedicated to rabindranath
- word matatirtha comes from two sanskrit words, 'mata' meaning mother and 'tirtha' meaning a sacred place. the vdc owes its name from a sacred pond in the
- bhakti tirtha swami (february 25, 1950 – june 27, 2005) (previously known as john favors and toshombe abdul), also known as swami krishnapada, was a guru
- for the jain usage, see tirtha. in hinduism, tirtha and kshetra are two terms denoting sites of pilgrimage. a tīrtha (sanskrit: तीर्थ), which literally
- padmanabha tirtha nrhari tirtha madhava tirtha aksobhya tirtha jaya tirtha jnanasindhu tirtha dayanidhi tirtha vidyanidhi tirtha rajendra tirtha jayadharma