Synonyms for parvata or Related words with parvata


Examples of "parvata"
8)melgiri parvata(cave of lord mallikarjuna linga.
Chanakya and Chandragupta defeat the king Nanda, in an alliance with another king Parvateshvara (or Parvata).
The Story is about Jagannath's existence at Nila Parvata in the form of Nilamadhav.
Ø Kumara Parvata mountain is one of the famous trekking paradises situated near Sri Kukke Subrahmanya Temple.
"Bhishamaparava" of Mahabharata attests that the country of Uttarakuru lay to the north of "Mt Meru" and to the south of "Nila Parvata"
Parvatas Kingdom refers to the territory of a tribe known as Parvatas (Mountaineers), mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. Most of the descriptions of Parvata kingdom in the epic refer to a mountainous country in the Himalayas. Parvatas are people from Nepal. There used to be a nation named "Parvata" in Nepal until it was unified with Nepal. Tribes belonging to other mountainous regions in the north west, west and the east of the Indo-Gangetic Plain were also known as Parvatas, when used as a collective name. Parvatas took part in the Kurukshetra War. The epic also mentions a sage named Parvata who was a companion of sage Narada.
There was a sage named Parvata who was the companion of sage Narada, mentioned in Mahabharata and the Puranas. Both Parvata and Narada were travellers, during pre historic ages. They visited Kingdoms of Ancient India as well as other kingdoms beyond the Himalayas in Central Asia, China and West Asia. The name "Parvata" (meaning "mountain" in Sanskrit), was given to the traveller, probably because, the Vedic people saw them coming to them, after crossing the Himalaya mountains. The wife of Lord Siva, was named Parvati. The name suggests that she belonged to the tribe of Parvatas.
Kusumapura was besieged from every direction by the forces of Parvata and Chandragupta: Shakas, Yavanas, Kiratas, Kambojas, Parasikas, Bahlikas and others, assembled on the advice of Canakya
The Mahendra mountain is associated with east direction which clearly says that it is non other than Eastern Ghats. It is associated with mythological stories from the Ramayana as Mahendra "Parvata" (mountain). It is a 'Kula Parvata' along with "Malaya", "Sahyadri", "Parijatra", "Shuktiman", "Vindhya" and "Malyavaan". In the "Puranas" and "Mahabharata" [we read] that Parashurama practiced penance for a long time on the Mahendra mountain.
Parvata and Chandragupta plan to divide up the old possessions of the Nanda Empire. Next, Parvata dies poisoned by a vishakanya and his son Malayaketu succeeds him. Malayaketu, together with Rakshasa, the last minister of Nanda, demands the inheritance of all the old territories of the Nanda. Rakshasa, has also vowed to avenge the murder of his master Nanda and kill Chandragupta for that crime. He plans an attack on his capital with the help of Malayaketu.
Sarga 4: Narada and Parvata attended the "swayamvara", both appearing to Shrimati as apes, but each imagining himself handsome and irresistible. Lord Vishnu then disguised himself as a human, sitting between them. Shrimati saw the ape-faced sages before her but of course did not recognize them as Narada and Parvata, and so was surprised when there was no sign of either sage. And so she chose the handsome youth between the two ape-faced men.
Adi Shankaracharya set up 10 monastic orders in India, and Tirtha is one of them: 1) Tirtha, 2) Ashrama, 3) Vana, 4) Aranya, 5) Giri, 6) Parvata, 7) Sagara, 8) Saraswati, 9) Bharati, 10) Puri.
Saraswatī, Puri and Bhāratī are associated with the Sringeri Sharada Peetham. Tīrtha and Asrama are associated with the Dvaraka Pitha. Giri, Parvata and Sagara are associated with Jyotirmath. Vana and Aranya are associated with the Govardhana matha at Puri.
Sarga 3: Ambarisha had a daughter named Shrimati, beautiful and famous for her virtues and good qualities. The sages Narada and Parvata each desired her for a wife, and so Ambarisha—unable to choose one and incur the wrath of the other—arranged her "swayamvara", so that she could decide who should be her husband. Narada and Parvata then independently approached Lord Vishnu, asking that the other be unknowingly appear in the disguise of a ape, which only Shrimati could see. Lord Vishnu agreed to both, and the two sages proceeded to Shrimati’s "swayamvara".
There are two routes from where you can trek to this Kumara Parvata (Pushpagiri): one is from Subramanya, and another is from Somwarpet. The route from Somwarpet is the shorter one, around , and from Subramanya, it is around . The peak is at a height of about .
Nanda's prime minister Rakshasa escaped Pataliputra, and continued resisting the invaders. He sent a vishakanya (poison girl) to assassinate Chandragupta. Chanakya had this girl assassinate Parvata instead, with the blame going to Rakshasa. However, Parvata's son Malayaketu learned the truth about his father's death, and defected to Rakshasa's camp. Chanakya's spy Bhagurayana accompanied Malayaketu, pretending to be his friend.
the two sons of Dharma, Nara and Nārāyaņa; Kratu’s sons, collectively known as Vālakhilyas; Kardama, son of Pulaha; Parvata, Nārada and the two sons of Kaśyapa, Asita and Vatsara, are called "Devarishis" because they can exercise control even over the celestials.
From the time of accession of Madhav Varma II, an aggressive self-assertion of the Vedic Brahmanism occurred. Elaborate Vedic ceremonies like Rajasuya, Purushamedha, Sarvamedha and Aswamedha were undertaken. The celebration of all these sacrifices represents the traditional spirit of the brahmanical revival. Some of the rulers referred to themselves as 'Parama Mahesvaras'. The inscriptions refer to their family deity Sri Parvata Swami.
"Parvata" () is one of the Sanskrit words for "mountain"; "Parvati" derives her name from being the daughter of king Himavan (also called Himavat, "Parvat") and mother "Mena". King Parvat is considered lord of the mountains and the personification of the Himalayas; Parvati implies "she of the mountain".
Maharishi Bhrigu then decided to visit Lord Shiva at Kailash Parvata. On reaching Kailash Parvat, Nandi stopped him from going inside because at that time, Shiva and Parvathi were in love. Bhrigu curses Lord Shiva to be only worshipped in Linga form. However, there is a statue form of lord Shiva in Kashi (Maha Mrityunjaya Temple) said to be over 400 years old.