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ideal : aadarshaH
aavesa : joining one's self ; entering , entrance , taking possession of S3ak ; absorption of the faculties in one wish or idea , intentness , devotedness to an object ; demoniacal frenzy , possession , anger , wrath Ba1lar . Ka1d ; pride , arrogance ; in
aaveza : joining one's self ; entering , entrance , taking possession of S3ak ; absorption of the faculties in one wish or idea , intentness , devotedness to an object ; demoniacal frenzy , possession , anger , wrath Ba1lar . Ka1d ; pride , arrogance ; in
Alambana pratyaya : Primal idea or the base cause .
Atri : A Vedic sage , born of the mind of Brahma . When Atri prayed to the Supreme for a son like Him , but without a clear idea of who the Supreme is , the Lords Viṣṇu , Brahmā , and Śiva all agreed to become his sons as Dattātreya , Soma , and Durvāsā .
Bhagatyaga-lakshana : Otherwise known Jahadajahallakshana ; e .g. , the expression He is this Devadatta , is so modified that a part of the idea is abandoned . Devadatta seen earlier appeared different : but those differences are eschewed to bring out t
Bhranti : Delusion ; wrong notion ; false idea or impression .
chinta [ chintaa ] : thought , idea
dharma [ dhurmuH ] : teaching of Buddha ; universal law ; way or path ; an entity of any sort - thing , idea , concept , etc ; virtuous deeds ; harmonious life ; natural duty ; inherent qualities
Dishita : Focus Diti : Idea
Dvaitādvaita-vāda : the Vedānta philosophy taught by Nimbarkācārya . This philosophy posits a simultaneous oneness and difference between the tiny spirit souls and the Supreme Lord . Later , Lord Caitanya gave further development to this idea as acintya-b
Eko'ham bahusyam : May I , the One , become many ; this describes the primal idea which manifested itself from the One Undivided Being prior to creation .
hridaya granthi [ hrduya grunthi ] : knot of the heart ; the idea that one is one's body
jalapatanasahamh : Sensitive point relating to going on a voyage . One of many used in Varshaphal and similar in idea to Arabic parts
Kalpana idea , imagination



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