Difference between revisions of "Durdharşa"

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# difficult to be assaulted or violated  
 
# difficult to be assaulted or violated  
 
# inviolable; invincible; dangerous to offend  
 
# inviolable; invincible; dangerous to offend  
# [[a]] son of [[Dhŗtarāşţra]] (M. Bh.); [[a]] rākşasa in Rāvana’s army (V. Rām.).  
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# [[a]] son of [[Dhŗtarāşţra]] (M. Bh.); [[a]] rākş[[asa]] in Rāvana’s army (V. Rām.).  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:15, 16 December 2016

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Durdharsa, Durdharsa, Durdharsha


  1. difficult to be assaulted or violated
  2. inviolable; invincible; dangerous to offend
  3. a son of Dhŗtarāşţra (M. Bh.); a rākşasa in Rāvana’s army (V. Rām.).