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# Pārvatī, the incarnation of Durgā or Ādyāśakti, as the daughter of Himavāna and Menakā, who used to sustain heself on only a single leaf a day during her penances and austerities for winning Śiva as her husband; the wife of the sage [[Devala]] (Hv. Pur.).  
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# Pārvatī, the incarnation of Durgā or [[Ādyāśakti]], as the daughter of Himavāna and Menakā, who used to sustain heself on only a single leaf a day during her penances and austerities for winning [[Śiva]] as her husband; the wife of the sage [[Devala]] (Hv. Pur.).  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:56, 16 December 2016

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Ekaparna, EkaparnA, Ekaparnaa


  1. single leaf
  2. sustaining on a single leaf
  3. Pārvatī, the incarnation of Durgā or Ādyāśakti, as the daughter of Himavāna and Menakā, who used to sustain heself on only a single leaf a day during her penances and austerities for winning Śiva as her husband; the wife of the sage Devala (Hv. Pur.).