Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit

Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit, Marathi || (क्षत्रियकुलावतंस)

Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit

Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit || (क्षत्रिय कुलावतंस) Chief of the warrior clan.

थोडक्यात क्षत्रियकुलावतंस म्हणजे क्षत्रिय कुळप्रमुख.

shatriyakulavant in marathi
shatriyakulavant in marathi

Detailed Explanation:-

This word is made up of Kshatriya (क्षत्रिय), Kul (कुल) and Avatansa (अवतंस).

  • Kshatriya, meaning warrior.
  • Kul, meaning clan.
  • Avatansa means gem or jewel-studded. E.g. crown. And the crown is worn by the king.

Summing up, she is the jewel of the warrior clan. It is a title bestowed upon Indian king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the Maratha empire.

या शब्दाची फोड क्षत्रिय, कुल आणि अवतंस अशी होते.

  • क्षत्रिय म्हणजे योद्धा किंवा लढवय्ये.
  • कुल म्हणजे जमात किंवा वंश.
  • अवतंस म्हणजे रत्नजडीत. उदा. मुकुट. आणि मुकुट राजा धारण करतो.

म्हणजेच क्षत्रिय कुळासाठी भूषण ठरलेला तो क्षत्रियकुलावतंस. मराठा संस्थापक शिवाजी महाराजांना या शब्दाने संबोधित के ले जाते.

Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit

Kshatriya Kulavantas Meaning

It is one complete compound phrase: Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit, क्षत्रियकुलावतंस (kṣatriyakulāvataṃsa) in Sanskrit, borrowed in different languages. The root of the word is tasi – तसि (तंस्) अलंकरणे (tasi [taṃs] alaṃkaraṇe) -which connotes the meanings, ‘ to beautify’, ‘to bejewel’.

Along with the upasarga (prefix) ava, this root forms the word अवतंस (avataṃsa), which means ‘adornment’, ‘gem’, ‘jewel’, or generically anything used to adorn and decorate. For instance, śirovataṃsa is ‘crest jewel’, karṇāvataṃsa is ‘ear-jewel’, or a necklace or a garland, etc.

In the word in question, the word avataṃsa is used as an adjective for the word kṣatriyakulā (ruling clan, the class of kings). So, combined, kṣatriyakulāvataṃsa is a word used to describe a king or a prince as a ‘jewel of Kshatriya-s (rulers)’, a ‘gem among the ruling class. Generally, it gives the meaning, ‘the best or greatest (Shikha-jewel) among the Kshatriya lineage’.

Kshatriya Kulavantas in Sanskrit || (क्षत्रियकुलावतंस) Kshatriya is the ancient warrior caste, which is nowadays Rajputs. They ruled over a large part of the Indian Peninsula. They are mainly divided into clans such as Suryavansha, and Chandravansha. Kshatriya and Rajputs are the same. They are both synonyms for each other.

What is the difference between Rajputs and Kshatriyas?

In Hindu culture, there are 4 Varns:-

  1. Brahmins
  2. Kshatriyas (RAJPUT)
  3. Vaishyas
  4. Shudras

 

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Kshatriya is the varna of Hindu culture, and Rajputs are the people included in this varna. Kshatriyas were the people in the combat profession, & Kshatriya Rajput is the caste part of “Kshatriyas or Rajputs” Both are the same and this caste is very powerful There are many more Kshatriya clans and subcastes.

 

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