Prajapati

[n] - god personifying a creative force
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Prajapati

noun god personifying a creative force; equivalent to Brahma
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Prajapati

In Hinduism, Prajapati (Sanskrit: प्रजापति (IAST: {IAST|prajā-pati}); Gurmukhi: ਪ੍ਰਜਾਪਤੀ, ਪਰਜਾਪਤ; ) "lord of creatures" is a Hindu deity presiding over procreation, and protector of life. He appears as a creator deity or supreme God Viswakarma Vedic deities in RV 10 and in Brahmana literature. Vedic c..
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Prajapati

(Skr.) 'Lord of creatures', originally applied to various Vedic (q.v.) gods, it assumed as early as the Rig Veda the importance of a first philosophical principle of creation, and later of time as suggestive of gestation and productive periodicity. -- K.F.L.
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Prajapati

[novel] Prajapati(প্রজাপতি), a novel by Bengali author Samaresh Basu caused sensation with its publication.. It was first published in 1967 (1374 Bengali Era) in the Sharodiyo Desh special (page no 174-226), a well known Bengali monthly magazine, a presentation of the Ananda Publishers. This novel is about a young boy who is
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Prajapati

A name for the father of creation and protector of life.
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