The Sama In Hindi ~REPACK~
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3. Sama. The Bodhisatta born as a hunters son. He was also called Suvannasama. For his story see the Sama Jataka. He is given as an example of one who was conceived by umbilical attrition. E.g., Mil.123.
sama : (adj.) even; equal; level; similar. (m.), calmness; tranquillity. || samā (f.) a year. sāma (adj.) black; dark. (m.) 1. peace. sāmā (f.) a kind of medical plant; a woman of dark complexion.
3) Like, similar, resembling; with instr. or gen. or in comp. गुणयुक्तो दरिद्रोऽपि नेश्वरैरगुणैः समः (guṇayukto daridro'pi neśvarairaguṇaiḥ samaḥ) Subhāṣ.; Kumārasambhava 3.13.
6) Impartial, fair; शुनि चैव श्वपाके च पण्डिताः समदर्शिनः (śuni caiva śvapāke ca paṇḍitāḥ samadarśinaḥ) Bhagavadgītā (Bombay) 5.18.
6) Settlement; compensation; कर्मणापि समं कुर्याद्धनिकायाधमर्णिकः (karmaṇāpi samaṃ kuryāddhanikāyādhamarṇikaḥ) Manusmṛti 8.177.
1) With, together with, in company with, accompanied by; (with instr.); आहां निवत्स्यति समं हरिणाङ्गनाभिः (āhāṃ nivatsyati samaṃ hariṇāṅganābhiḥ) Ś.1.26; R.2.25;8.63; 16.72.
2) Equally; समं सर्वेषु भूतेषु (samaṃ sarveṣu bhūteṣu) Bhagavadgītā (Bombay) 13.27.28; यथा सर्वाणि भूतानि धरा धारयते समम् (yathā sarvāṇi bhūtāni dharā dhārayate samam) Manusmṛti 9.311.
5) Simultaneously, all at once, at the same time, together; नवं पयो यत्र धनैर्मया च त्वद्विप्रयोगाश्रु समं विसृष्टम् (navaṃ payo yatra dhanairmayā ca tvadviprayogāśru samaṃ visṛṣṭam) R.13.26;4.4;1.59;14.1.
Ends with (+321): Abhisama, Addhanaparissama, Adharasama, Adyardhasama, Aggisama, Agnikshama, Agnishtomasama, Ahavakshama, Ahetusama, Ahisama, Aidusama, Ajanusama, Akashasama, Akshama, Amlabhakshanakshama, Ananyasama, Anityasama, Antahsama, Antarasama, Anudriksama.
Full-text (+2281): Samam, Samash, Samamsamina, Samajna, Samasama, Samamaya, Shamantaka, Samarekha, Shamapradhana, Samavada, Pranasama, Shamina, Samavedha, Sama Jataka, Samavasa, Samasa, Pratishama, Samadatta, Samanicaya, Samagandhaka.
This page is an online lexical resource, contains a list of the sama like words in a Hindi language in the order of the alphabets, and that tells you what they mean, in the same or other languages including English.
Millet names in English and HindiENGLISHHINDIAmaranthRajgira/ RamdanaBarnyardSanwa/ Samvat ke ChawalBuckwheatKuttuFinger milletRagi/ NachniFoxtail milletKangni / KakumKoduKodonLittle milletMoraiyo/ Kutki/ Shavan/ SamaPearl milletBajraProso millet (broomcorn millet)ChenaSorghumJowar Other Gluten-free GrainsENGLISHHINDIRiceChawalPuffed RiceMurmureBeaten RicePohaCorn, MaizeMakkai, Makki, BhuttaPolentaMakkai ka DaliyaOatsJaeeQuinoaTapioca Pearls, SagoSabudanaWater chestnut flourSinghare ka aata Gluten containing grainsENGLISHHINDIAll-purpose white flourMaidaBarleyJau / JavBroken wheatDaliya (These days there is also gluten free jowar daliya)BulgarCouscousNo exact hindi word but it is like thick sooji.RyeSemolinaSooji / RavaVermicelliSeviyan, SevaiyanWheatGehoonWhole Wheat FlourGehoon aata
Vrat ke chawal, sama ke chawal, or sama rice is most frequently made during Hindu festivals and auspicious periods of the Hindu calendar like Navratri, Ekadashi, Mahashivratri, Jaya Parvati vrat, and Janmashtami as a recipe for fast (vrat or upvas) when people abstain from cereal grains, and also avoid onion and garlic.
The name is misleading, however. Sama rice or samak rice, is not rice, but barnyard millet, a gluten-free, fibre-rich, and nutritious seed. It is a tiny, round, cream-coloured grain (sama seeds or samo seeds), smaller than the rice grain. It tastes similar to broken rice and has a texture like that of semolina (rava) and broken wheat (daliya), or even couscous. When cooked, it does not separate into individual grains like long-grained rice, but tends to clump together like upma. See our samak rice recipe method to see how to keep the grains separate.
Sama rice is known by different names in different parts of India: shyama in Bengali; moraiyo, moraiya, mario, and mordhan in Gujarati; vrat ke chawal, samak ke chawal, samo rice, samai, sanwa, samwa, samvat, swang ke chawal, vari rice, varai, and bhagar in Hindi and other north Indian languages; oodalu in Kannada; kuthiraivolly, kuthiravali, or kuthiraivali in Tamil; udalu in Telugu; and barnyard millet, small millet, and jungle rice in English.
Sama or samak rice (barnyard millet), sabudana (sago), kuttu atta (buckwheat flour), singhare ka atta (chestnut flour), and rajgir atta (amaranth flour) are the most popular non-cereals consumed during fasting days in India.
For non-fasting days, you can add finely chopped seasonal vegetables like carrot, bean, capsicum, pea, cauliflower, or even tomato to samak rice. You can also add sautéed paneer cubes, dried mint leaves, slivers of roasted almonds, raisins, bay leaf, and curry leaves for a different flavour profile and to add texture and crunch to the dish. 2b1af7f3a8