Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: jhali

  jhali—bags    Antya 10.37, Antya 10.56
  jhali—the bags    Antya 10.55, Antya 10.129
  jhali—baggage    Antya 13.90, Antya 13.94
  jhali—the jhali, the bags of eatables    Antya 10.55
  jhali bandhi—binding the bags    Antya 10.38
  jhali rakhe—he keeps the bags    Antya 10.40
  jhali sajaiya—after preparing his bag of food    Antya 10.13
  jhali sajana—carrying his bags.    Antya 12.12
  jhali vahe—carried the bags    Antya 10.38
  jhali vahena—carries the baggage    Antya 13.99
  jhali-vivarana—description of the bags of food    Antya 10.159
  nija-jhali—his own bags    Madhya 16.16-17
  raghavera jhali—the bags of Raghava Pandita    Adi 10.27
  raghavera jhali—the bags of Raghava    Antya 10.39
  raghavera jhali—the bags given by Raghava    Antya 10.128
  saba jhali—all the bags    Antya 10.37

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