tathā तथा

Definition: ind. (t/a-thā-,correlative of y/a-thā- ; gaRa di- and ) in that manner, so, thus (the correlative standing in the preceding or in the subsequent clause, exempli gratia, 'for example' yathā priyaṃ-, tathāstu-,"as is agreeable, so let it be"; tathā prayatnam ātiṣṭhed yathātmānaṃ na pīḍayet-,"he should so make effort as that he may not injure himself." ; tathā tathā-yathā-,so much that ;also correlative of iva- ;of yena- ;of yādṛśa- ;used in forms of adjuration exempli gratia, 'for example' yathāham anyaṃ na cintaye tathāyam patatāṃ kṣudraḥ parāsuḥ-,"as surely as I do not think on any other man, so surely let this wretch fall dead" ) etc.

Dictionary: Monier-Williams
Literary Sources: Pa1n2. 5-3 , 26, Ka1s3., Gan2ar., Mn. vii , 68, VP. iv, Mn. iii , 181, R. i , 4 , 12, Katha1s. iii , 18, Mn. i , 42, Nal. xi , 36, RV.
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