Chandi
Chandi Chandi n. (Hinduism) the malevolent aspect of Devi: "the fierce". [WordNet 1.5]

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  • Chandi —    Chandi (the fierce) is a name for the goddess DURGA, when she is killing the demon MAHISHA SURA. This name is used primarily in the 700 verse poem chanted in her honor. This poem, called either Chandi Stotra (Praise of Chandi) or Durga… …   Encyclopedia of Hinduism

  • Chandi — For the town in India, see Chandi, Bihar. Chandi Chandi Cuttack, Orissa, India Devanagari चण्डी Sanskrit Transliteration …   Wikipedia

  • Chandi —    Consort of Lord Shiva. Her cult had many followers in early medieval Bengal. The first Pala ruler Gopala (765 770) was a fol lower of Chandi s cult. According to legend, the goddess Chandi had given him a club to protect himself against demons …   Historical dictionary of Medieval India

  • chǎndì — [ref dict= Universal (Ch Ru) ]产地[/ref] …   Chinese phonetic list

  • chandi —    A Javanese temple. Also see cathedral, chaitya hall, mosque, and stupa …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • Chandi — noun malevolent aspect of Devi the fierce • Instance Hypernyms: ↑Hindu deity …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chandi Town — Chandi (Town) (Thai: จันดี) (Chinese|曾理) is a sub district (Amphoe) in the Chawang district of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, southern Thailand in the middle of the Malay Peninsula. Chandi is a medium town in Chawang district of Nakhon Si… …   Wikipedia

  • Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar — Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar …   Wikipedia

  • Chandi Charitar Ukti Bilas — or Chandi Charitar Ukat(i) Bilas (Punjabi: ਚੰਡੀ ਚਰਿਤ੍ਰ (ੳਕਤਿ ਬਿਲਾਸ) , also called Chandi Charitar 1 is a heroic poetic composition, included in the 4th chapter of Dasam Granth, whose authorship is generally and traditionally attributed to Guru… …   Wikipedia

  • Chandi Charitar II — Chandi Charitar II(Punjabi: ਚੰਡੀ ਚਰਿਤ੍ਰ (ਭਾਗ ੨) , also called Chandi Charitar Part 2 is a heroic poetic composition, included as 5th chapter of Dasam Granth, whose authorship is generally and traditionally attributed to Guru Gobind Singh.[1][2]… …   Wikipedia

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