Definition of Apsarases

1. apsaras [n] - See also: apsaras



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apsarases

apropos of
apropos of nothing
aprosdoketa
aprosdoketon
aprosdoketons
aprosody
aprotic
aprotinin
aprotinine
après-ski
après-skiing
apsara
apsaras
apsarases (current term)
apse
apses
apsidal
apsidally
apside
apsides
apsis
apso
apsos
apt
apt(p)
apt.
aptable
aptamer

Literary usage of Apsarases

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Mythology of All Races by John Arnott MacCulloch, Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, Alice Werner (1917)
"PLATE V apsarases The celestial nymphs, who are among the chief adornments of Indra's heaven, are shown in frescoes which are the oldest extant specimens of ..."

2. Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and Progress of the Religion and by John Muir (1872)
"Bohtlingk and Roth the apsarases are described as female beings of a ghost-like ... According to the AV the apsarases are feared like other ghostly beings, ..."

3. ... Indian [mythology] by Arthur Berriedale Keith, Albert Joseph Carnoy (1917)
"... apsarases The celestial nymphs, who are among the chief adornments of Indra's heaven, are shown in frescoes which are the oldest extant specimens of ..."

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