- morning; the third period of the day, approx. 8:24 am-10:48 amsee aṣṭa-kālīya-līlā
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pūrvāhna-līlā — Kṛṣṇa’s daily pastimes are divided into eight periods. Pūrvāhna līlā takes place in the morning, approx. 8:24 am 10:48 am see aṣṭa kālīya līlā … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
Tatpurusa — In Sanskrit grammar a IAST|tatpuruṣa (तत्पुरुष) compound is a dependent determinative compound, i.e. a compound XY meaning a type of Y which is related to X in a way corresponding to one of the grammatical cases of X.There are many tatpuruşas… … Wikipedia
aṣṭa-kālīya-līlā — the pastimes that Śrī Kṛṣṇa performs with His associates during the eight periods of the day. Sādhakas who are engaged in smaraṇa (remembrance) meditate on these pastimes: 1) niśānta līlā, pastimes at the end of night 2) prātaḥ līlā, pastimes at… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia