Definition of Mandira
1. mandir [n -S] - See also: mandir
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mandira
Literary usage of Mandira
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Census of the Exact Sciences in Sanskrit by David Edwin Pingree (1994)
"1726 = AD 1669. Manuscript: NPS 370 of Sarn. 2004-2006. Copied in Sam. 1914 = AD 1857. Property of the Digambara Jaina mandira (Bada mandira) at ..."
2. The Industrial Arts of India by George Christopher Molesworth Birdwood (1884)
"The nava-ratna [" nine gems "], also a Vaishnava temple, has a double roof like the mandira, with four turrets on one roof, and four at the corners of the ..."
3. A Sanskrit Reader: With Vocabulary and Notes by Charles Rockwell Lanman (1912)
"mandira, an — 1. coral tree, Erythrina Indica ; — 2. m. used, perhaps, as name of a man, Manure. mandira, n. dwelling; house; palace. ..."