Definition of Mandira

1. mandir [n -S] - See also: mandir



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mandira

mandibulofacial dysotosis syndrome
mandibulofacial dysplasia
mandibulohyoid
mandibulomaxillary fixation
mandibulopharyngeal
mandibulum
mandil
mandilion
mandils
mandingos
mandioc
mandioca
mandiocas
mandiocs
mandir
mandira (current term)
mandiras
mandirs
mandlen
mandlestone
mandlestones
mandment
mandments
mandocello
mandola
mandolas
mandolin
mandoline
mandolines
mandolinist

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. ..."

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