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     Grammar Search "sarasvatī" has 4 results.
sarasvatī: neuter nominative dual stem: sarasvat
sarasvatī: feminine nominative singular stem: sarasvat
sarasvatī: neuter accusative dual stem: sarasvat
sarasvatī: neuter vocative dual stem: sarasvat
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brāhmīFeminineSingularvāṇī, sarasvatī, bhāratī, bhāṣā, gīḥ, vākthe goddess of spech
saritaḥ1.10.34FemininePluralcandrabhāgā, sarasvatī, kāverī, śarāvatī, vetravatīsavarmati(river)
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sarasvatīf. See (atī-) sub voce, i.e. the word in the Sanskrit order View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. (of s/arasvat- q.v under s/aras-) a region abounding in pools and lakes View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. Name of a river (celebrated in and held to be a goddess whose identity is much disputed;most authorities hold that the name sarasvatī- is identical with the Avestan Haraquaiti river in Afghanistan, but that it usually means the Indus in the , and only occasionally the small sacred rivers in madhya-deśa- [see below];the river-goddess has seven sisters and is herself sevenfold, she is called the mother of streams, the best of mothers, of rivers, and of goddesses;the ṛṣi-s always recognize the connection of the goddess with the river, and invoke her to descend from the sky, to bestow vitality, renown, and riches;elsewhere she is described as moving along a golden path and as destroying vṛtra- etc.;as a goddess she is often connected with other deities exempli gratia, 'for example' with pūṣan-, indra-, the marut-s and the aśvin-s;in the āprī- hymns she forms a triad with the sacrificial goddesses iḍā- and bhāratī-; according to to a myth told in the , sarasvatī- through speech[ vācā-]communicated vigour to indra-;in the brāhmaṇa-s she is identified with vāc-,"Speech", and in later times becomes goddess of eloquenceSee below) etc.
sarasvatīf. Name of a well-known small river (held very sacred by the Hindus;identified with the modern Sursooty, and formerly marking with the dṛṣadvatī- one of the boundaries of the region ārya-deṣa- and of the sacred district called brahmāvarta- [see ] in ,this river is represented as flowing into the sea, although later legends make it disappear underground and join the Ganges and Jumna at Allahabad;See tri-veṇī-, prayāga-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. Name of various rivers (especially of rivers which in sacredness are equal to sarasvatī- and which are three according to to ,andseven according to to ) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. any river View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. Name of the goddess of eloquence and learning (see above;she is opposed to śrī- or lakṣmī-[ see ] , and sometimes considered as the daughter and also wife of brahmā-, the proper wife of that god being rather sāvitri- or gāyatrī-;she is also identified with durgā-, or even with the wife of viṣṇu- and of manu-, and held to be the daughter of dakṣa-) etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. speech or the power of speech, eloquence, learning wisdom etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. a celestial or oracular voice View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. a cow View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. an excellent woman (equals strī-ratna-) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. Name of various plants (Cardiospermum Halicacabum, Egle Marmelos, Ruta Graveolens etc.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. Name of a two-year-old girl representing durgā- at her festival View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. of a poetess View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. of various other women (especially of the wives of dadhīca-, śaṃkarācārya-, maṇḍanamiśra- etc.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
sarasvatīf. of one of the ten mendicant orders traced back to śaṃkarācārya- (whose members add the word sarasvatī-to their names). View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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sarasvatī सरस्वती 1 N. of the goddess of speech and learning, and represented as the wife of Brahman; परस्पर- विरोधिन्योरेकसंश्रयदुर्लभम् । संगतं श्रीसरस्वत्योर्भूतये$स्तु सदा सताम् ॥ V.5.24. -2 Speech, voice, words; इति देहविमुक्तये स्थितां रतिमाकाशभवा सरस्वती ... अन्वकम्पयत् Ku.4.39,43; R. 15.46. -3 N. of a river (which is lost in the sands of the great desert). -4 A river in general. -5 A cow; ŚB. on MS.1.3.49; Vāj.8.43. -6 An excellent woman. -7 N. of Durgā. -8 N. of a female divinity peculiar to the Buddhists. -9 The Soma plant. -1 The plant called ज्योतिष्मती.
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sarasvatī Is the name of a river frequently mentioned in the Rigveda and later. In many passages of the later texts it is certain the river meant is the modern Sarasvatī, which loses itself in the sands of Patiala (see Vinaśana). Even Roth admits that this river is intended in some passages of the Rigveda. With the Drṣadvatī it formed the western boundary of Brahmāvarta (see Madhyadeśa). It is the holy stream of early Vedic India. The Sūtras mention sacrifices held on its banks as of great importance and sanctity. In many other passages of the Rigveda, and even later, Roth held that another river, the Sindhu (Indus), was really meant: only thus could it be explained why the Sarasvatī is called the ‘foremost of rivers’ (nadītamā), is said to go to the ocean, and is referred to as a large river, on the banks of which many kings, and, indeed, the five tribes, were located. This view is accepted by Zimmer and others. On the other hand, Lassen and Max Muller maintain the identity of the Vedic Sarasvatī with the later Sarasvatī. The latter is of opinion that in Vedic times the Sarasvatī was as large a stream as the Sutlej, and that it actually reached the sea either after union with the Indus or not, being the 'iron citadel,’ as the last boundary on the west, a frontier of the Panjab against the rest of India. There is no conclusive evidence of there having been any great change in the size or course of the Sarasvatī, though it would be impossible to deny that the river may easily have diminished in size. But there are strong reasons to accept the identification of the later and the earlier Sarasvatī throughout. The insistence on the divine character of the river is seen in the very hymn which refers to it as the support of the five tribes, and corresponds well with its later sacredness. Moreover, that hymn alludes to the Pārāvatas, a people shown by the later evidence of the Pañcavimśa Brāhmaṇa to have been in the east, a very long way from their original home, if Sarasvatī means the Indus. Again, the Pūrus, who were settled on the Sarasvatī, could with great difficulty be located in the far west. Moreover, the five tribes might easily be held to be on the Sarasvatī, when they were, as they seem to have been, the western neighbours of the Bharatas in Kurukçetra, and the Sarasvatī could easily be regarded as the boundary of the Panjab in that sense. Again, the ‘seven rivers’ in one passage clearly designate a district: it is most probable that they are not the five rivers with the Indus and the Kubhā (Cabul river), but the five rivers, the Indus and the Sarasvatī. Nor is it difficult to see why the river is said to flow to the sea: either the Vedic poet had never followed the course of the river to its end, or the river did actually penetrate the desert either completely or for a long distance, and only in the Brāhmaṇa period was its disappear ance in the desert found out. It is said, indeed, in the Vājasaneyi Samhitā21 that the five rivers go to the Sarasvatī, but this passage is not only late (as the use of the word Deśa shows), but it does not say that the five rivers meant are those of the Panjab. Moreover, the passage has neither a parallel in the other Samhitās, nor can it possibly be regarded as an early production; if it is late it must refer to the later Sarasvatī. Hillebrandt,22 on the whole, adopts this view of the Saras¬vatī,23 but he also sees in it, besides the designation of a mythical stream, the later Vaitaraṇī,24 as well as the name of the Arghandab in Arachosia.25 This opinion depends essentially on his theory that the sixth Mandala of the Rigveda places the scene of its action in Iranian lands, as opposed to the seventh Maṇdala: it is as untenable as that theory itself. Brunn-hofer at one time accepted the Iranian identification, but later decided for the Oxus, which is quite out of the question. See also Plakṣa Prāsravaṇa.
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sarasvatī knowledgeSB 10.2.19
sarasvatī mother SarasvatīCC Adi 16.106
CC Adi 16.89
CC Adi 16.90
CC Adi 16.94
CC Adi 16.97
sarasvatī mother Sarasvatī, the goddess of learningCC Antya 5.139
sarasvatī of mother SarasvatīCC Adi 16.105
sarasvatī SarasvatīSB 5.19.17-18
SB 5.20.10
sarasvatī the goddess of educationSB 8.8.16
sarasvatī the goddess of learningBs 5.24
CC Adi 16.38
CC Antya 5.135
CC Antya 5.136
CC Antya 5.146
CC Madhya 18.97
SB 2.4.22
sarasvatī the goddess SarasvatīSB 8.18.16
sarasvatī the river named SarasvatīSB 4.19.1
sarasvatī the river of the name SarasvatīSB 4.16.24
sarasvatī the river SarasvatīSB 11.30.6
sarasvatī the wife of Lord NṛsiṃhadevaCC Adi 13.105
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sarasvatī noun (feminine) a celestial or oracular voice (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
a cow (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
a region abounding in pools and lakes (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
an excellent woman (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
Cardiospermum Halicacabum (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
Egle Marmelos (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
eloquence (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
learning wisdom (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a poetess (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a river (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a twoyear-old girl representing Durgā at her festival (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of a well-known small river (held very sacred by the Hindūs) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of the goddess of eloquence and learning (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of various other women (esp. of the wives of Dadhica) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
name of various rivers (esp. of rivers which in sacredness are equal to Sarasvatī) (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
Ruta Graveolens (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
speech or the power of speech (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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     Wordnet Search "sarasvatī"" has 11 results.


sarasvatī, brahmanadī, plakṣajātā, plakṣādevī, brahmasatī, vedagarbhā, siṃdhumātā, sindhumātā, kuṭilā   

pañjābaprāntasya prācīnā nadī।

sarasvatyāḥ gaṇanaṃ bhāratasya bṛhatyāṃ nadyāṃ bhavati।


sarasvatī, prajñā, bhāratī, vāgīśvarī, vāgdevī, vīṇāvādinī, śāradā, haṃsavāhinī, girā, ilā, brāhmī, irā, jñānadā, gīrdevī, īśvarī, vācā, vacasāmīśā, varṇamātṛkā, gauḥ, śrīḥ, vākyeśvarī, antyasandhyeśvarī, sāyaṃsandhyādevatā, gaurī   

vidyāyāḥ vāṇyaḥ ca adhiṣṭhātrī devatā।

sarasvatyāḥ vāhanaṃ haṃsaḥ asti।


nadī, sarit, taraṅgiṇī, śaivalinī, taṭinī, dhunī, srotasvatī, dvīpavatī, sravantī, nimnagā, āpagā, srotasvinī, srotovahā, sāgaragāminī, apagā, nirjhariṇī, sarasvatī, samudragā, kūlaṅkaṣā, kūlavatī, śaivālinī, samudrakāntā, sāgaragā, rodhovatī, vāhinī   

jalasya saḥ pravāhaḥ yaḥ parvatāt ārabhya viśiṣṭamārgeṇa sāgaraṃ prati gacchati।

parvatapradeśe pāṣāṇasikatādiṣu nadī mārgam ākramati ।/ pāṇineḥ na nadī gaṅgā yamunā na nadī sthalī।


gauḥ, māheṣī, saurabheyī, usrā, mātā, śṛṅgiṇī, arjunī, aghnyā, rohiṇī, māhendrī, ijyā, dhenuḥ, aghnā, dogdhrī, bhadrā, bhūgimahī, anaḍuhī, kalyāṇī, pānavī, gaurī, surabhiḥ, mabā, nilināciḥ, surabhī, anaḍvāhī, adhamā, bahulā, mahī, sarasvatī, usriyā, ahī, aditiḥ, ilā, jagatī, śarkarī   

grāmyapaśuviśeṣaḥ,yaḥ sāsnālāṅgulakakudakhuraviṣāṇī tathā ca tasyāḥ dugdhaṃ manuṣyāya puṣṭīkārakam iti manyante।

hindudharmīyāṇāṃ kṛte gauḥ avadhyā asti।


bhāṣā, bhāṣaṇam, vāk, vāṇī, vācā, goḥ, girā, uktiḥ, vākśaktiḥ, vadantiḥ, nigadaḥ, nigādaḥ, vyāhāraḥ, vyāhṛtiḥ, vacanam, vādaḥ, tāpaḥ, abhilāpaḥ, lapitam, lapanam, bhaṇitiḥ, bhāratī, sarasvatī, rādhanā, kāsūḥ   

mukhanirgataḥ sārthakaḥ dhvanisamūhaḥ।

bhāṣā samparkasya mādhyamam ।


jyotiṣmatī, pārāvatāṅghrī, kaṭabhī, piṇyā, pārāvatapadī, nagaṇā, sphuṭabandhanī, pūtitailā, iṅgudī, svarṇalatā, analaprabhā, jyotirlatā, supiṅgalā, dīptā, medhyā, matidā, durjarā, sarasvatī, amṛtā   

latāviśeṣaḥ-yasyāḥ bījāt tailaṃ prāpyate tathā ca yā vātakaphahāriṇī asti।

jyotiṣmateḥ bījasya tailaṃ bahu upayuktam asti।


brāhmī, somalatā, sarasvatī, saumyā, suraśreṣṭhā, śāradā, suvarcalā, kapotavagā, vaidhātrī, divyatejāḥ, mahauṣadhī, svayaṃbhuvī, saumyalatā, sureṣṭā, brahmakanyakā, maṇaḍūkamātā, maṇḍukī, surasā, medhyā, vīrā, bhāratī, varā, parameṣṭhinī, divyā, śāradā   

kṣupaviśeṣaḥ-yaḥ bheṣajarupeṇa upayujyate yasya guṇāḥ vātāmlapittanāśitvaṃ tathā ca buddhiprajñāmedhākārītvam।

brāhmī prāyaḥ gaṅgātaṭe haridvāranagarasya samīpe dṛśyate।



ekā rāgiṇī।

śrotāraḥ saṅgītajñāya sarasvastyaḥ svarāḥ spaṣṭīkartuṃ kathayanti।


kopalatā, ardhacandrikā, analaprabhā, kaṭabhī, kanakaprabhā, kukundanī, kaiḍaryaḥ, gīrlatā, jyotiṣkā, jyotirlatā, tīktakā, tīkṣṇā, dīptaḥ, niphalā, paṇyā, parāpatapadī, pītatailā, piṇyā, pūtitailā, bahurasā, matidā, lagaṇā, latā, latāpuṭakī, lavaṇaḥ, vāyasādanī, śṛṅgin, śleṣmaghnī, sarasvatī, supiṅgalā, suvegā, suvarṇalatā, svarṇalatā, sumedhas, sphuṭavalkalī, sphuṭaraṅgiṇī   

ekā latā।

kopalatā oṣadhyāṃ prayujyate।



daśavidheṣu saṃnyāsiṣu ekaḥ।

sarasvatyaḥ śṛṅgeryāṃ nivasanti।



ekā devatā ।

sarasvatī buddheḥ devatā asti

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