Tika

Tika (or tika) can refer to:

  • Theravada Buddhist commentary or subcommentary literature.

names in various languages:

  • Tilaka, the Nepalese name for 'tika'
  • Peter, Albanian variation of a nickname for Petrika
  • Crown Prince, a title in certain Indian monarchies
  • Tika - a boy name derived from the Navaho Indian Name O'teeka - meaning "Sun Maiden"

in geography and astrology:

  • A place in Abkhazia
  • Tika, Estonia, village in Misso Parish, Võru County, Estonia
  • A place on Saturn's satellite Rhea

other uses:

  • Tika Waylan, a major character in the DragonLance series of fantasy novels
  • Apache Tika, a content analysis toolkit from the Apache Software Foundation
  • TİKA - Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency (Turkish: Türk İşbirliği ve Kalkınma İdaresi Başkanlığı)

Other articles related to "tika":

Legion Of Steel - Characters - Tika Waylan
... Tika was the adopted daughter of Otik Sandath, owner of the Inn of the Last Home before the War of the Lance ... Despite being a simple inn's maid, Tika is also brave and spunky she has been known for whacking Draconians in the face with her frying pan, and coming with Caramon on adventures on ... Tika is also known for her loveliness and kindness ...
Visvanatha Chakravarti
... books on Gaudiya Vaishnava Theology Srimad-bhagavata-sararthadarsini-tika, Srimad-Bhagavad-gita-sarartha-varsini-tika, Alankara-kaustubha- subodhini-tika ...
Subcommentaries, Theravada - Burmese Collection
... Burmese collected edition contains the following texts Paramatthamanjusa, tika by Dhammapala on Buddhaghosa's Visuddhimagga scholars have not yet settled which Dhammapala this is Three ... by Nanabhivamsa, head of the Burmese sangha, about 1800 a new partial tika on the Sumangalavilasini, covering only the first volume of the Digha Nikaya Saratthamanjusa by Sariputta on Buddhaghosa's ... The name tika is also applied to commentaries on all non-canonical works, such as the Mahavamsa ...
Dasain - Description - Day 10: Dashami
... This preparation is known as "tika" ... Elders put this tika and jamara which is sewn in the ghatasthapana on the forehead of younger relatives to bless them with abundance in the upcoming years ... This ritual of taking tika from all the elder relatives (even the distant relatives)helps in the renewal of the community ties greatly ...
Tihar (festival) - Bhai Tika
... The fifth and last day of Tihar is Bhai Tika, a day where sisters put tika on foreheads of brothers, to ensure long life, and thank them for the protection they give ... When the sisters give the tika, the brothers give gifts or money in return ... Afterwards, sisters put oil in brother's ears and hairs, then give Tika ...