What does the word pratiksha mean


Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, the Hindu Trinity

1. Pratiksha (Sanskrit: प्रतीक्ष pratīkṣa adj.) looking back; expecting, waiting for; Considerate (at the end of a compound word).

2. Pratiksha (Sanskrit: प्रतीक्षा pratīkṣā f.) Expectation; Consideration for (preceding in the compound word).

Different spellings for Pratiksha

Sanskrit words are written in Devanagari in India. In order for Europeans to be able to read this, Devanagari is transcribed into Roman script. There are different conventions on how Devanagari can be transcribed into Roman script. Pratiksha in Devanagari is written "प्रतीक्ष", in IAST scientific transcription with diacritical marks "pratīkṣa", in Harvard-Kyoto transcription "pratIkSa", in Velthuis transcription "pratiik. sa ", in the modern Internet Itrans transcription" pratIkSha ".

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Similar Sanskrit words like Pratiksha

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