Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: prahara

  prahara—a duration of time comprising three hours    Adi 10.17
  prahara—a period of time lasting three hours    Adi 17.120
  aṣṭa-prahara—twenty-four hours    Madhya 19.126, Madhya 19.130
  aṣṭa-prahara—twenty-four hours a day    Antya 13.93
  aṣṭa-prahara yāya—he passed the whole day and night.    Antya 13.132
  cāri-prahara—generally after four praharas    Madhya 20.390
  dui prahara bhitare—within six hours    Madhya 15.225
  dvitīya prahara—the second period of the day    Madhya 1.56
  gadā-prahāra-vyathitaḥ—being aggrieved because of the blow from Jambhāsura’s club    SB 8.11.15
  prahara haya—there is a prahara.    Madhya 20.389
  pāda-prahāra pāñā—being kicked    Antya 12.25
  sapta-prahara—seven praharas (twenty-one hours)    Adi 10.102
  sapta-prahara—twenty-one hours    Adi 17.18
  sāḍe sāta prahara—7.5 praharas (one prahara equals three hours)    Antya 6.310
  tṛtīya prahara—the third period of the day, the afternoon.    Madhya 14.233
  tṛtīya prahara—midafternoon    Antya 10.75
  tṛtīya prahara haila—it became afternoon    Antya 5.64

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