kesaraprābandhā केसरप्राबन्धा

Definition: In the list of the crimes of the Vaita- havyas narrated in the Atharvaveda is the cooking of the last she-goat (caramājām) of Kesaraprābandhā, who may presum­ably be deemed to have been a woman, * having braided hair.’ Ludwig, followed by Whitney, appears to amend the passage (carama-jām) as meaning ‘the last-born calf’ of Kesaraprā­bandhā, a cow. But this interpretation does not suit the name so well.

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