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Ambālikā : Youngest of the daughters of the King of Kāśi . She was married to Vicitravīrya . When Vicitravīrya died early , she begot Pāṇḍu by the great sage Vyāsa . (Ādi Parva in Mahābhārata)
arati : divine service performed in the early morning or at dusk
Arati : Divine service performed to God , generally in the early morning or at dusk , with lamps , incense and must especially ringing of bells .
Aryavarta : The tract in Northern India , occupied the Indo-Aryans in the early stage for their expansion .
aśoka : Saraca indica . Blooming in early March , aśoka flowers are crimson and blossom in bunches . It is said to flower upon being touched by a beautiful woman’s feet .
bamboo shoots : the tender , inner part of the young shoots of the bamboo tree . They are used as an ingredient in Chinese , Japanese , and South East Asian dishes . The best quality bamboo is the first growth of shoots that sprout early in the new year a
Bharata Mahārāja : an ancient king of India and a great devotee of the Lord from whom the Pāṇḍavas descended . The son of Mahārāja Duṣyanta who renounced his kingdom and family at an early age . He became very advanced in spiritual practice , but later be
Brahma-muhurtha ( - muhuurtha ). Sacred period during early morning .
Jayadeva ( Jayadheva ). Sanskrit poet ; wrote the Gita Govinda , which describes the early life of Krishna .
Malashree : an early evening melody
Pāṇḍu : a great king of the Kuru dynasty , and the father of the Pāṇḍavas , Yudhisthira , Bhima , Arjuna , Nakula and Sahadeva ; the heroes of the Mahābhārata . He had two wives , Kuntī and Mādrī . He was a younger brother of Dhṛtarāṣṭra's who died early
Purva Mimsamsa ( Puurva Meemaamsa ). A text by Jaimini on the early school of Mimamsa philosophy .
Rama Tirtha : One the key spiritual figures in late nineteenth and early twentieth century India . A former university professor of mathematics in the Punjab , Swami Rama Tirtha traveled throughout India and even to Japan and America , preaching the truth
Sameer : Early morning fragrance ; Entertaining companion ; Wind
Sameera : Early morning fragrance

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