- Kshatriya n.
- Janamejaya and PuSyamitra
- VyAsa predicts that the rite shall end in failure and that thereafter the kSatriyas shall never be able to perform the same rite again. This prophesy comes true.
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- He was called. 'Ksatriya'. The expression.
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- does not make it for the brahmana (2.14), but he does for the ksatriya and vaisya.
- Le « Ramayana », foisonnante épopée de la sagesse hindoue
- Lui appartient à la lignée des rois-guerriers ou « ksatriya » qui « portent l'arc pour qu'aucun cri de détresse ne se fasse entendre ».
- Kshatriya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Kshatriya (Sanskrit: क्षत्रिय, kṣatriya from Sanskrit: क्षत्र, kṣatra) or Kashtriya, meaning warrior, is one of the four varnas (social orders) in Hinduism.
- Ksatriya - VEDA - Vedas and Vedic Knowledge Online - Vedic
- Also spelled ksatriya, second highest in status of the four varnas, traditionally the military or ruling class. Ksatriya means holder of ksatra (authority).
- Sanskrit: ksatriya
- kṣatriya-varya — of the greatest of the kṣatriyas, or warriors; SB 4.10.20 kṣatriya-ādayaḥ — other divisions of society, headed by the kṣatriyas; SB 4.
- Ksatriya: Information from Answers.com
- Ksatriya Ksatriya ( Sanskrit ) (also known as Kshatriya ), the second highest of the four varnas, or social classes, of Hindu India.
- BANGLAPEDIA: Ksatriya
- Ksatriya the second of the four Hindu castes. The Rigvedic hymn Purusasukta states that Ksatriyas originated from the arms of the Creator.
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