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Haihayas a dynasty of demoniac kings destroyed by Lord Paraçuräma.
Haladhara the Supreme Lord, who, in the form of Balaräma, bears a plough in His hands.
Haàsa the swan incarnation of the Lord.
Hanumän the great monkey servitor of Lord Rämacandra.
Hara [See:] Çiva
Harä [See:] Rädhä(räëé)
Hare (ùarä) [See:] Rädhä(räëé)
Hare Kåñëa mantra [See: Mahä-mantra]
Hare Kåñëa mantra the great chant for deliverance: Hare Kåñëa, Hare Kåñëa, Kåñëa Kåñëa, Hare Hare, Hare Räma, Hare Räma, Räma Räma, Hare Hare.
Hari the Supreme Lord, who removes all obstacles to spiritual progress.
Hari-bhakti-viläsa Sanätana Gosvämé's book on the rules and regulations of Vaiñëava life.
Hari-cakra Kåñëa's Sudarçana weapon, the wheel.
Haridäsa Öhäkura a great devotee and associate of Lord Caitanya Mahäprabhu who chanted three hundred thousand names of God a day.
Hari-kathä topics of Lord Hari, Kåñëa.
Hari-kértana the chanting of the names of Lord Hari (Kåñëa).
Hari-näma-saìkértana congregational chanting of the holy names of the Supreme Lord.
Hari-vaàça the appendix to the [Mahäbhärata.] It is a summary of Kåñëa's pastimes by Çréla Vyäsadeva.
Haryakña [See:] Hiraëyäkña
Hastinäpura the ancient capital of Bhärata-varça, or India . It occupies a portion of what is today called New Delhi .
Haöha-yoga the practice of postures and breathing exercises for achieving purification and sense control.
Hayagréva, Lord the Supreme Lord's horse-headed incarnation, who returned the stolen [Vedas] to Brahmä.
Hayaçérñä the horse-headed incarnation of Lord Kåñëa. He spoke the [Vedas] to Lord Brahmä.
Heavenly planets the higher planets of the universe, residences of the demigods.
Hell hellish planets within this universe meant for the punishment and rectification of the sinful.
Hindu a newly-concocted name for members of various social and religious groups of India . The term has no spiritual significance.
Hiraëyakaçipu a powerful demon who tormented his son Prahläda, a great devotee, and was slain by Lord Nåsiàhadeva.
Hiraëyäkña the demoniac son of Kaçyapa who was killed by Lord Varäha.
Hlädiné-çakti the Supreme Lord's pleasure potency.
Hådaya-granthi the hard knot of material attachment in the heart.
Håñékeça the Supreme Lord, the supreme master of everyone's senses.
Håta-jïäna bereft of knowledge.

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