Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary aparagodAna n. (in Buddhist cosmogony) a country west of the Maha-meru. To the West lies Gorias or Godhana (= wealth of oxen) in Sanskrit. The Western Land is called Balongchod (Ba-glangspyod) in Tibetan. Its shape is like the solar disc, and red in colour. In the centre of a plain is a lake adorned with horses grazing both male and female. Its inhabitants have reddish round faces like the setting Sun, they are beef-eaters and are wealthy. Its diameter measures 8,000 miles. To the South lies the land of Falias, or Jambudvipa in Sanskrit corresponding to the earthly plane. It is probably an onomatopoeic word Cited from Website: Indo European Bases

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