krosha ［倶盧舎］ (; kurosha): A unit of measurement in ancient India. The distance from which the lowing of a great ox or the sound of a drum can be heard. It is said to be one-fourth or one-eighth of a yojana, or around one or two kilometers. The word krosha means a cry or yell. Krosha is also described as the length of five hundred archery bows arranged end to end.