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nArada

Narada Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary (mwd) narada m. N. of a Brahman Lalit. ; m. or n. (prob.) = {nalada} g. {kizarAdi}. 3 (mwd) nArada or {nArada} m. N. of a Rishi (a Kanva or Kasyapa , author of RV. viii , 13 ; ix , 104 ; 105 Anukr. as a Devarshi often associated with Parvata and supposed to be a messenger between gods and men among the 10 Praja-patis as a son of Brahma in later mythology he is a friend of Krishna and is regarded as inventor of the Vina or lute in ep. poetry he is called a Deva-gandharva or a Gandharva-raja or simply Gandharva) of a son of Visva-mitra of one of the 24 mythic. Buddhas of sev. men of sev. authors Cat. (cf. below) of a mountain {A}) f. the root of sugar-cane mf({I})n. relating to Narada , composed by him cf. http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/karma/ka-gdp2.htm
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