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west , back of body : pashchima
west : Pashchimaa , Pratichi
west : pratiichii
West पश्चिमा , प्रतीची
aparajana : or inhabitants of the west GopBr .
Āryāvarta : The home of the Āryans , comprising the part of India bounded by seas on the west and east , by the Himalaya Mountains on the north , and by the Vindhya Mountains on the south .
Birnagar : a town just south of Krishnanagar in the West Bengal district of Nadia . In ancient times the Ganges flowed past this town making it a prosperous river port . Once , the prince Srimanta Sandagar was sailing his fleet of ships up the Ganges to B
chandra-raashi : Natal Moon sign . Used in India much like we use the Sun sign system in the West
chilies , dried : the dried pods of plants of the genus Capsicum , they are indigenous to Mexico , Central America , the West Indies and much of South America . Dried chilies vary in size and heat , and can be obtained whole or crushed . In Indian cuisine
dis' : 2 quarter or region pointed at , direction , cardinal point ( four in number , viz . { prAcI } , east ; { dakSiNA } , south ; { pratici } , west ; and { udIcI } , north 2 , 1 8 ; Sometimes a 5th , { dhruvA } 9 , 15 4 , 3 , 10 ; and a 6th , { UrdhvA
Dvārakā : the island kingdom of Lord Kṛṣṇa , lying off India’s west coast , where He performed pastimes five thousand years ago . The capital city of the Yadus . Lord Kṛṣṇa had this city built to protect the Yadus from the attacks by the demons . It is an
Dwaraka ( Dhvaarakaa ). Capital of Krishna . After Krishna's death the city was swept over by the sea ; researchers believe it was situated in the sea just west of Gujarat .
Gauḍa : (-deśa) The ancient kingdom of West Bengal where Lord Caitanya’s eternal abode , nondifferent from Vṛndāvana , manifests itself on earth .
Godavari ( Godhaavaree ). Sacred river of south India ; cuts across central south India , flowing from west to east .
Govardhana : Girirāja , the king of mountains , a large hill located fifteen miles west of Mathurā City . For seven days , Kṛṣṇa lifted Govardhana like a huge umbrella to protect the residents of Vraja from a devastating storm caused by the jealous Indra

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