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book : pustaka
aaraNyaka : forest , wild , forest-born , produced in a forest , relating to a forest or a forest animal , ( the { AraNyakam parva } of the Mahâ-bhârata is either the whole third book or only the first section of it ) ; a forester , an inhabitant of the w
aasvaasa : breathing again or freely , taking breath ; recovery ; cheering up , consolation ; relying on ; a chapter or section of a book
aazvaasa : breathing again or freely , taking breath ; recovery ; cheering up , consolation ; relying on ; a chapter or section of a book
anugiitaa : ` an after-song ' part of the fourteenth book of the Mahâbhârata ( chaps . 16-92 ).
ANUGITA , an episode from the fourteenth book of the Mahabharata . It gives the discourse between Krishna and Arjuna after the battle with which the Bhagavad-Gita opens . (anu , after ; gita , song: an after-song.)
Aranyaka : “Forest book ;” philosophical , symbolic , and spiritual interpretations of the Vedic hymns and rituals . Mainly meant for forest-dwelling ascetics ( vanaprasthas ).
Aranyaparva ( Aaranyaparva ). First section of the third book of the Mahadhundhumara ; contains predictions of the Kali-yuga .
Bhagvad Gita : 'Song of the divine'. Contains 700 verses in eighteen chapters . Spiritual dialogue between Krishna and Arjun . Book of authority for Hindus . Teaches renunciation and love of God in the form of Krishna .
Bilvamaṅgala Ṭhākura : A great Vaiṣṇava poet , also known as Līlāśuka . He was the author of Kṛṣṇa-karṇāmṛta , a book rediscovered and revered by Lord Caitanya .
cornflour : When I mention cornflour in this book , I am referring to what Americans call cornstarch , and not to the flour milled from corn . Cornflour , sometimes referred to as wheat starch , is the dry white powdered starch remaining when the protein
DHARMA-SASTRA , book of laws .
filo pastry : a very light and paper-thin pastry popular throughout the Middle East and in Greece . This delicate pastry is used for either sweet or savoury dishes . Filo pastry is featured in this book in Spinach and Filo Trianales (Spanakopital) , and i
Geeta : Holy book of the Hindus
Gita Song , lyric , poem , religious book of the Hindus

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