- Noun, 1. Jyaistha - the third month of the Hindu calendar.
- Mana Sanskriti (Our Culture)
- 5113 Kali Era, Khara Year, Jyeshta month. 2069 Vikramarka Era, Khara Year, Jyeshta month. 1933 Salivahana Era, Khara Year, Jyeshta month.
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- UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI. Date: September 6 th. ,2006.
- Callender 2006
- Anuradha 36.15 Jyeshta 35.45.
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- Satabhisha. Jupiter 7. Punarvasu.
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- Jyeshta Paurnima 15-6-2011, Wednesday. This Grahana is visible throught the country. Sparsha and Moksha timings are same for all locations.
- Uppi- Ramya-Ambi in 'Katari Veera Sura Sundari'
- in Kannada the title for Upendra and Ramya starring film with Ambarish and Doddanna doing important roles is 'Katari Veera Sura Sundari' in the direction of Suresh Krissna who made 'Kadamba and Jyeshta' in Kannada – both starring Dr Vishnuvardhana.
- Jyeshta Nakshatra characteristics
- Jyeshta (16.40-30.00 Scorpio) is ruled by the Ruler of Gods, Lord Indra.
- Jyeshta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Jyeshta (Marathi: ज्येष्ठ Hindi,Nepali: जेठ jeṭ jeth or ज्येष्ठ jyeṣṭh) is a month of the Hindu calendar, also known as Jeth or Iethe.
- Indian Astrology: Nakshatra indian vedic astrology - Jyeshta
- Jyeshtha means the eldest one, the senior most, the chief one, more excellent than, preferred one or someone or something supreme glorious.
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