Vichitra: 1 definition
Vichitra is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Vicitra, which is defined according to Buddhism, Pali, Hinduism, Sanskrit, Jainism, Prakrit, Marathi, Hindi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this or the alternative page.
Vichitra can further be alternatively spelled as Vichitrā, Vi-chitra and Vi-chitrā.
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Starts with (+12): Vichitrabhushana, Vichitrabhuta, Vichitrachinamshuka, Vichitrachuta, Vichitradeha, Vichitradhvaja, Vichitragatra, Vichitrah, Vichitraka, Vichitrakatha, Vichitrakundalin, Vichitrakuta, Vichitralamkarasvara, Vichitramakuta, Vichitranalinasana, Vichitranga, Vichitranna, Vichitrapada, Vichitrapida, Vichitrapratibhanalamkaragarbha.
Ends with: Chakravichitra, Chitravichitra, Kusumavichitra, Nanavichitra, Sarvagandharchimukhavajramanivichitra, Suvichitra.
Full-text: Vicitra, Vicitravirya.
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