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जयन्त

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जयन्त  mfn. mf()n. victorious, [Śiś. vi, 69]
जयन्त  m. m. the moon, [L.]
N. of a ध्रुवक
शिव, [L.] ; [SkandaP.] ; [Gal.]
N. of a son of इन्द्र, [Hariv.] ; [Śak.] ; [Ragh.] ; [VarBṛS.] ; [BhP. vi, 18, 6] ; [VāyuP. ii, 7, 24]
of a रुद्र, [MBh. xii, 7586]
उपेन्द्र   of a son of धर्म (= ), [BhP. vi, 6, 8]
of अ-क्रूर's father, [MatsyaP. vl, 26]
of a गन्धर्व (विक्रमादित्य's father), [W.]
of भीम-सेन at विराट's court, [MBh. iv, 176]
of a minister of दशरथ, [R. i, 7, 3; ii, 68, 5]
of a गौड king, [Rājat. iv, 420 and 455 ff.]
of a KaśmīrBrāhman, iii, 366 ff.
of a writer on grammar
of a mountain, [Hariv. 9736]
pl. a subdivision of the अनुत्तर deities, [Jain.]
जयन्त  n. n.N. of a town, [VāyuP. ii, 27, 2]

जयन्तः [jayantḥ]   1 N. of the son of Indra; पौलोमीसंभवेनेव जयन्तेन पुरन्दरः [V.5.14;] [Ś.7.2;] [R.3.23;6.78.]
 N. N. of Śiva
The moon.
 N. N. of Viṣṇu.
A name assumed by Bhīma at the court of Virāṭa.
ती A flag or banner.
 N. N. of the daughter of Indra.
 N. N. of Durgā.
Blades of barley planted at the commencement of the Dasarā and gathered at its close.
The rising of the asterism Rohiṇī at midnight on the eighth day of the dark half of Śrāvaṇa i. e. on the birth day of Kṛiṣṇa. -Comp.
-पत्रम्   (in law)
the written award of the judge in favour of either party.
the label on the fore-head of a horse turned-loose for the Aśvamedha sacrifice.
-सप्तमी   the Seventh day in the bright half of Māgha. जयन्तिः (-न्ती) A synonym of the balance-post; तुलादण्डो जयन्ती च फलकाः पर्यायवाचकाः [Māna.16.48.]

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जयन्त  m.  (-न्तः)
1. A hero and demigod, the son of INDRA.
2. A name of [Page282-b+ 60] SIVA.
3. The moon.
4. A name of BHIMA.
 f.  (-न्ती)
1. A tree, (Æschynomene sesban.)
2. A name of the goddess DURGA.
3. The daughter of INDRA.
4. A flag, a banner,
5. A particular combina- tion in astronomy, or the rising of the asterism ROHINI at midnight, on the 8th of the dark half of Sravan, or in fact on the birth day of KRISHNA, which is then particularly sacred.
6. Blades of barley planted at the commencement of the Dasahara, and plucked at its close.
E. जि to conquer or excel, Unadi affix झच् fem. affix ङीष्.

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One of the twelve Ādityas. [M.B. Anuśāsana Parva, Chapter 150, Stanza 15] .
JAYANTA I   Son of Indra.
1) Genealogy.
Descended from Viṣṇu in the following order: Brahmā--Marīci--Kaśyapa--Indra--Jayanta. Jayanta was the son born to Indra by his wife Śacīdevī. [M.B. Ādi Parva, Chapter 112, Stanzas 3 and 4] .
2) Jayanta lost one eye.
During his forest life, Śrī Rāma lived with Sītā and Lakṣmaṇa on the mountain Citrakūṭa for some days. Once Śrī Rāma, being very tired of walking in the forest fell asleep with his head in the lap of Sītā. Taking this chance Jayanta came in the shape of a crow and scratched the breast of Sītā with his claws. Sītā cried and Śrī Rāma woke up and saw Jayanta in the shape of a crow. Rāma got angry and shot the Brahmāstra (a divine arrow) against Jayanta. Fear of life made him fly throughout the whole of the three worlds. Even Brahmā, Viṣṇu and Maheśvara were unable to protect him, All the while the divine arrow followed him. Finally having no go he came and fell at the feet of Śrī Rāma. Śrī Rāma said that the Brahmāstra could never become futile and so the arrow must hit his right eye. Accordingly the arrow struck at his right eye and thus Jayanta lost his right eye. In [Adhyātma Rāmāyaṇa] this story is stated with some slight changes. According to Adhyātma Rāmāyaṇa, this incident took place when Sītā had been drying raw flesh. [Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa, Sundara Kāṇḍa, Sarga 38] .
3) Jayanta hidden in the ocean.
After getting the boons Rāvaṇa became arrogant and with a big army went to the realm of the gods. Rāvaṇa engaged Indra in a fierce battle. In that fight Meghanāda the son of Rāvaṇa attacked Jayanta, who swooned and fell down. Immediately Pulomā, the father of Śacīdevī, gathered Jayanta in his hands unseen by anybody and hid him in the sea. After the disappearance of Jayanta the battle entered the second stage. Thinking that his son Jayanta had been killed, Indra began to fight with Rāvaṇa with more vigour than before. In the battle which followed Meghanāda subdued Indra and made him a captive. Taking Indra and the celestial maids as captives, Rāvaṇa and his men went to Laṅkā. [Uttara Rāmāyaṇa] .
4) Jayanta became Bamboo.
Once Agastya came to Indra's durbar. Indra arranged for the dance of Urvaśī in honour of Agastya's visit. In the midst of the dance Urvaśī saw Jayanta before her and she fell in love with him. Consequently her steps went out of beat. Nārada who was playing his lute called Mahatī went wrong. Agastya got angry and cursed Jayanta and changed him to a bamboo. Urvaśī was cursed to become a woman with the name Mādhavī. Agastya cursed Nārada that his lute Mahatī would become the lute of the people of the world. [Vāyu Purāṇa] .
5) Other information.
(1) In the stealing of the Pārijātapuṣpa (the flower of a paradise tree) Jayanta fought with Pradyumna the son of Śrī Kṛṣṇa and was defeated. [Viṣṇu Parva Chapter 73] .
(2) Jayanta was defeated by Śūrapadma, an Asura, in a battle. [Skanda Purāṇa, Asura Kāṇḍa] .
JAYANTA II   During the time of his life incognito in Virāṭa the name assumed by Bhīmasena was Jayanta. [M.B. Virāṭa Parva, Chapter 5, Stanza 35] .
JAYANTA III   in [Mahābhārata, Udyoga Parva, Chapter 171, Stanza 11] , mention is made about one Jayanta of Pāñcāla.
JAYANTA IV   One of the eleven Rudras. [M.B. Śānti Parva, Chapter 208, Stanza 20] .
JAYANTA V   A synonym of Mahāviṣṇu [M.B. Anuśāsana Parva, Chapter 149, Stanza 98] .
JAYANTA VII   One of the ministers of Daśaratha. The eight ministers of Daśaratha were Jayanta, Dhṛṣṭi, Vijaya, Asiddhārtha, Arthasādhaka, Aśoka, Mantrapālaka and Sumantra. [Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa, Bāla Kāṇḍa, Sarga 7] .

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