Yaksha

Yaksha (यक्ष {IAST|yakṣa}) is the name of a broad class of nature-spirits, usually benevolent, who are caretakers of the natural treasures hidden in the earth and tree roots. They appear in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist literature. The feminine form of the word is {IAST|yakṣī} (यक्षी) or Yakshini ({IAST|yakṣiṇī}, यक्
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Yaksha

• (n.) A kind of demigod attendant on Kuvera, the god of wealth.
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Yaksha

[festival] Yaksha is an annual performing arts festival organized by the Isha Foundation at the Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore. Begun in January 2010, the festival features musical concerts and dances by eminent performing artistes from around the country and is aimed at preserving and promoting India`s traditional music and dance forms. The ...
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Yaksha

Yak'sha noun [ Sanskrit ] (Hindoo Myth.) A kind of demigod attendant on Kuvera, the god of wealth.
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Yaksha

In Hindu mythology, Yaksha is a kind of demigod attendant on Kuvera, the god of wealth.
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yaksha

in the mythology of India, a class of generally benevolent nature spirits who are the custodians of treasures that are hidden in the earth and in ... [5 related articles]
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