Himagiri

Hima – snow, Giri – mountain, the snowmountains, the Himalaya.

Krishnajina

The hide of the black (krishna) antelope, which was worn by the ascetic in Vedic times.

Kinnara

Mythological beings with human torso and animal head.
Also known as Kimpurusha.

Vasavadatta and Udayana

Vasavadatta was the princess of Ujjain, she was married with Udayana was the son of king Sahasranika of Vatsa kingdom.

Two Sanskrit plays of Bhasa deal with Vasavadatta and Udayana.

Pratijnayaugandharayana – The Pledge of Minister Yaugandharayana
and
Svapnavasavadattam – The dream of Vasavadatta.

Read about Udayana and Vasavadatta here
https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/compilation/puranic-encyclopaedia/d/doc242020.html

Udayana and Vasavadatta

Udayana was the son of king Sahasranika of Vatsa kingdom, he was married with Vasavadatta, princess of Ujjain.

Two Sanskrit plays of Bhasa deal with Udayana and Vasavadatta.

Pratijnayaugandharayana – The Pledge of Minister Yaugandharayana
and
Svapnavasavadattam – The dream of Vasavadatta.

Read about Udayana and Vasavadatta here
https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/compilation/puranic-encyclopaedia/d/doc242020.html

Kanchuki

The guard over the women’s quarters, the harem guard, in this function the king’s closest confidante.

Shivalinga Tree

Couroupita guianensis.

Inside the flower of this tree the shape of a linga is found, the flower itself gives the appearance of the hood of a cobra, protecting the linga.

Read about the Shivalinga Tree here
http://www.thetelugus.com/blog/2020/10/03/shiva-linga-tree-couroupita-guianensis/

Shuka (Bird)

The parrot, which can learn the human language, represents the masculine in poetry, the Sarika bird the feminine. Sarika and Shuka are birds of love.

Sarika Bird

The sarika bird, which can learn the human language, represents the feminine in poetry, the parrot (Shuka) the masculine. Sarika and Shuka are birds of love.

Ahuka

Father of Ugrasena and Devaka.