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“The word tirtha here means, as Nilakantha rightly explains spies and not holy spots.”
“Gandharvas, every month, O ruler of men, repair to that sacred tirtha which is the resort of Brahman himself.”
“After this, the mighty Baladeva of undecaying glory proceeded to Chamasodbheda, that is, to that tirtha which is called by that name.”
“Prabhasa, that tirtha which is much regarded by the gods.”
“Arriving at Darvisankramana, that tirtha which is worshipped of the three worlds, a person obtaineth the merit of the horse-sacrifice and goeth to heaven.”
“O son of Kuru race, there is no tirtha which is superior to”
“Dadhicha, that sanctifying tirtha which is celebrated over the whole world.”
“Arriving at that tirtha which is adored by the three worlds one earneth, O king, by bathing there, numerous worlds for himself.”
“Mamata calls for boycott of tirtha tax Expressindia.com, India - Kolkata - Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has called for a boycott of tirtha kar pilgrim tax that over 5 lakh pilgrims going to the Gangasagar mela ...”
“Bharata, at the holy Hiranwati which flows through Kurukshetra, which was filled with sacred water, and whose bed was divested of pointed pebbles and mire, and which was regarded as an excellent tirtha, Kesava caused a moat to be excavated there, and for its protection stationed a sufficient number of troops with proper instructions.”
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