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Vyaghrapada - Meaning and definition. `Vyaghrapada`, that is, one having the feet like a tiger, was one of the mythical rishis (sage) of ancient India.

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THE DANG E OF SIVA
Vyaghrapada with son and wife, milk tank to the left,. Mulanatha Shrine to the right.
Chapter IV The Navvy
7 Patanjali –The Serpent Devotee, and Vyaghrapada – The Tiger-footed One.
An experimental study on the analgesic activity of alcohol and aque
Vyaghrapada” mentioned in the Ayurvedic text.
SIDDHA SYSTEM OF MEDICINE : A HISTORICAL APPRAISAL

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Vyaghrapada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search. The tiger-footed Vyaghrapada and snake-footed Patanjali salute Nataraja.
Sage Patanjali - Omkarananda Ganga Sadan Patanjala Yoga Kendra
Feb 1, 2010 At this time a certain sage, Vyaghrapada, also lived in this forest.
Vyaghrapada - Encyclopedia
Vyaghrapada - Meaning and definition. `Vyaghrapada`, that is, one having the feet like a tiger, was one of the mythical rishis (sage) of ancient India.
Vyaghrapada Blog | Indian Vyaghrapada Blog | Vyaghrapada Blog
Jul 17, 2011 The sage Vyaghrapada had a son named Upamanyu. When he was small, he wanted some milk from his mother.
Ganeshani - Vainayaki - Vigneshvari - Female Form Of Sri Ganesh
Vyaghrapada Ganeshani - Enigma Of Lord Ganesha's Female Form: Perhaps the most famous Ganesha temple in India is the Uchi Pillaiyar Koyil at Trichy.

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