Ajima

Ajima (Nepal Bhasa:अजिमा) is a group of goddess of Newar pantheon. The Goddess represents the female ancestors of a Newar. These goddess are respected by all sects and castes of Newars irrespective of religion.

Read more about Ajima:  Etymology, History, Influence

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Ajima - Influence
... the city built by planners of Gunakamdev, the founder of Kathmandu), has eight Ajima temples strategically situated at the peripheries of the city ... These temples of Ajima used to contain army barracks (the Army Headquarter is still situated at the side of Lunmari Ajima aka Bhadrakali) ... So, these Ajima temples are believed to be protectors of cities as well ...
Ajima Station
... Ajima Station (味鋺駅, Ajima-eki?) is a train station in Kita-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan opened on February 11, 82 ... years ago (1931-02-11) ...
Ajima Naonobu - Selected Works
... In a statistical overview derived from writings by and about Ajima Naonobu, OCLC/WorldCat encompasses roughly 20+ works in 30+ publications in 2 languages and 40 ... You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries Ajima Naonobu zenshū (安島直円全集?) "017232052" OCLC 017232052, collected works Sanpō kos ...
Malfatti Circles - Ajima–Malfatti Points
... CF meet in a single triangle center known as the first Ajima–Malfatti point after the contributions of Ajima and Malfatti to the circle problem ... The second Ajima–Malfatti point is the meeting point of three lines connecting the tangencies of the Malfatti circles with the centers of the excircles of the triangle ...
Malfatti Circles - History
... by the 18th-century Japanese mathematician Ajima Naonobu prior to the work of Malfatti, and included in an unpublished collection of Ajima's works made a year after Ajima's death by his student Kusaka Makoto ...