Asvina


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Noun1.Asvina - the seventh month of the Hindu calendar
Hindu calendar - the lunisolar calendar governing the religious life of Hindus; an extra month is inserted after every month in which there are two new moons (once every three years)
Hindu calendar month - any lunisolar month in the Hindu calendar
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These products are sold by Aldi, Asvina, Booker and LBV."
This type of elliptic dual is common as in pitarau (RV I 121,5) "father and mother" or mitrn (RV I 14,3) "Mitra and Varuna." The twins can also be called asvina "the two [individuals] possessing [in a characteristic way] (112) horses, horsemen," or nasatya alternating with asvina even in the same hymn (RV I 34).
(29) s Ao consideror esso relacao entre gemeidade e esterilidade na trama, cabe lembrar que a mais antiga figura da gemeidade de que se tem noticia na tradicao indoeuropeia seria a dos Asvina, os dioscuros vedicos que corresponderiam, nos termos de Georges Dumezil, a terceira funcao--justamente aquela relacionada a fecundidade e abundancia.
After the death of his father, Bhupatindramalla was crowned as the king of Bhaktapur at the age of 22 on Asvina 11, N.S.
The months of the Indian year are, in order, Caitra, Vaisakha, Jyaistha, Asadha, Sravana, Bhadrapada, Asvina, Karttika, Margasirsa, Pausya, Magha and Phalguna.
It takes place over a five-day period covering the last three days of the Hindu month of Asvina to the second day of Karttika.
In the reign of Sri Jayaccandradeva, in the year equal to the rays [12] of the fire [3] in the sky [0], 1230, on Wednesday, in the dark half of the month of Asvina, on the twelfth (12th), in Lahadapura, this statute (sthiti) is drawn up by the Dvijas, [as] an agreement (samvid) made by those who gathered, having been tormented by brigandry (vatutumta, i.e., batulunta):
ones are Caitra, Vaisakha, Jyestha, asadha, sravana, Bhadra, and asvina.
It takes place over five days covering the last three days of the Hindu month of Asvina to the second day of Karttika.