Synonyms for nyagrodha or Related words with nyagrodha

khejri              chinar              shisham              gomukha              vilvam              vilva              shittah              kardhai              pedalai              malunggay              kambu              samanea              karir              saraca              bilva              dhaman              pimpal              vriksham              pucuk              dhora              konrai              tanaman              pipal              kaayi              tectorius              vriksha              champaka              gugal              beeja              chinaberry              tentuli              kafal              peepul              teetar              tarub              sebagai              lodhra              cadamba              padmanaabhah              seteria              tabut              taksonomi              pohon              badam              kachnar              kacip              priyangu              jumaat              paala              aravah             

Examples of "nyagrodha"
Rishabhanatha is associated with his Bull emblem, the Nyagrodha tree, Gomukha (bull-faced) Yaksha, and Chakreshvari Yakshi.
In rituals, the "nyagrodha" ("Ficus indica" or India fig or banyan tree) "danda", or staff, is assigned to the kshatriya class, along with a mantra, intended to impart physical vitality or 'ojas'.
The banyan tree ("Ficus benghalensis"), also called "Nyagrodha" tree, which grows throughout the country is referred to as Kalpavriksha or Kaplaptaru because of its ability to amply provide for human needs.
Worship of the "Nyagrodha tree" as a form of non-human worship is depicted in a Buddhist sculpture at Besnagar. This sculpture in Besnagar, also known as Vidisa (Bhilsa), is dated to third century BC and is exhibited in the Calcutta Museum.
Rishabhanatha also ', Rishabhadeva, or ' is the first "Tirthankara" (Teaching God) of the present half cycle of time in Jainism. The word "Tīrthankara" signifies the founder of a "tirtha" which means a fordable passage across a sea. The "Tirthankara" shows the 'fordable path' across the sea of interminable births and deaths ("saṃsāra"). Rishabhanatha is also known as Ādinātha which translates into "First ("Adi") Lord ("nātha")". He was born to King Nabhi and Queen Marudevi in Ayodhya. He is associated with his Bull emblem, the Nyagrodha tree, Gomukha (bull-faced) Yaksha, and Chakreshvari Yakshi. He had two wives, Sunanda and Sumangala. Sumangala was the mother of ninety-nine sons (including Bharata) and one daughter, Brahmi. Sunanda was the mother of Bahubali and Sundari. The sudden fatal death of Nilanjana, one of the dancers of Indra, reminded him of the world's transitory nature and he developed a desire for renunciation. After being initiated as a "Digambara monk", he is said to have wandered without food for a whole year. The day on which he got his first "ahara" (food), is celebrated as "Akshaya Tritiya" by Jains. He is said to have attained "Moksha" from Mount Kailash. "Adi Purana" contains the information over legends related to Rishabhanatha. His colossal statues include Statue of Ahimsa, Bawangaja and those erected in Gopachal hill.