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- place, the chief sadhu of every group gives a daily sermon (pravacana, vyakhyana), attended mostly by women and older, retired men, but on special days
- times, he is said to have received the titles of maha****padyaya and vyakhyana chakravarti. he lived during the reigns of racakonda king singabhupala
- khosa, considered useful to students of the language, called amara khosa vyakhyana was written by the jain writer nachiraja (1300). towards the end of the
- place, the chief sadhu of every group gives a daily sermon (pravacana, vyakhyana), attended mostly by women and older, retired men, but on special days
- dwashisth margana yantravali shada dravya vichara sidhnta prakash asthanhika vyakhyana sindura prakara-satika bhayhara stotra the original copy of these books
- during chaturmas, the chief sadhu of each group gives a daily pravacana or vyakhyana (sermon) attended mostly by women and retired men but on special days
- deities in yab-yum. vitarka mudrā is also known as prajñāliṅganabhinaya and vyākhyāna mudrā ('mudra of explanation'). the jñāna mudrā ('mudra of wisdom') is
- gururao was accompanied by betageri krishna sharma, who provided the 'vyakhyana' (interpretation in prose). the gamaka conference at hubli crowned gururao
- yathothkari temple at tiruvekkaa, where his idol is seen showing the vyakhyana mudra (symbolizing spread of knowledge) to commemorate this event. after