Mahātala


Mahātala
astronomical name
One of the seven lower planetary systems, named:
1) Tala 2) Atala 3) Vitala 4) Nitala 5) Talātala 6) Mahātala 7) Sutala

The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia. 2015.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Patala — For the town in India, see Patala, Uttar Pradesh. Nagas are believed to live in the lowest realm of Patala, called Naga loka. In Hindu cosmology, Patala or Patal (Sanskrit: पाताल, Pātāla) denotes the seven lower r …   Wikipedia

  • LGBT themes in mythology — Part of a series on LGBT themes in mythology Regional mythologies …   Wikipedia

  • Chakra — For other uses, see Chakra (disambiguation). Coloured Chakras with Descriptions …   Wikipedia

  • Heaven — may refer to the physical heavens, the sky or the seemingly endless expanse of the universe beyond.The term is used to refer to a plane of existence (sometimes held to exist in our own universe) in religions and spiritual philosophies, typically… …   Wikipedia

  • Патала — (санскр. पाताळ, pātāla IAST) или била сварга  в космологии индуизма семь[1] низших планетных систем вселенной, населённых нагами, дайтьями, данавами, якшами и другими божествами, противостоящими богам, живущим на небесах. Содержание …   Википедия

  • Tala — astronomical name One of the seven lower planetary systems, named: 1) Tala 2) Atala 3) Vitala 4) Nitala 5) Talātala 6) Mahātala 7) Sutala …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Atala — astronomical name One of the seven lower planetary systems, named: 1) Tala 2) Atala 3) Vitala 4) Nitala 5) Talātala 6) Mahātala 7) Sutala …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Vitala — astronomical name One of the seven lower planetary systems, named: 1) Tala 2) Atala 3) Vitala 4) Nitala 5) Talātala 6) Mahātala 7) Sutala …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Nitala — astronomical name One of the seven lower planetary systems, named: 1) Tala 2) Atala 3) Vitala 4) Nitala 5) Talātala 6) Mahātala 7) Sutala …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Talātla — astronomical name One of the seven lower planetary systems, named: 1) Tala 2) Atala 3) Vitala 4) Nitala 5) Talātala 6) Mahātala 7) Sutala …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia