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conditioned : nibaddhaH
conditioned living entity : jiivabhuutaH
aagata : come , arrived ; come to or into ; come from ; come into existence , born ; coming from ; returned ; ( with %{ punar } ) ; meeting with an obstacle , pushed against ; occurred , happened , risen ; entered ( into any state or condition of mind ) ;
ANUDDHARSHA , contentment , satisfaction with one's condition .
Asurim : The state of an asura , one who dwells in darkness ( a-sura–without the light ). The condition of those negative souls who are turned away from divinity and moving further into degradation of consciousness and mode of life .
Avaccheda-upadhi : Limiting condition ; limiting adjunct .
Āvaraṇātmikā : māyā’s covering power , by which a conditioned soul feels satisfied in any condition of life .
AVASTHA , state , condition .
avastha . State , condition .
Avidya : Ignorance ; nescience ; a Sakti or illusive power in Brahman which is sometimes regarded as one with May and sometimes as different from it . It forms the condition of the individual soul and is otherwise called Ajnana or Asuddha-maya . It forms
Avidya: ignorance ; nescience ; a Sakti or illusive power in Brahman which is sometimes regarded as one with Maya and sometimes as different from it . It forms the condition of the individual soul and is otherwise called Ajnana or Asuddha-Maya . It forms
Ayukta : the ecstatic condition of not having yet met one’s lover .
bhaava : becoming , being , existing , occurring , appearance ; turning or transition into ; continuance , continuity of the thread of existence through successive births ; state , condition , rank ( with { sthAvira } , old age , euphem . : he dies ; stat
dasaa : the fringe of a garment , loose ends of any piece of cloth , skirt or hem 1 , 17 ( UrNA } ) 6 , 22 12 , 5 ; a wick 2 , 32 ( kSauma- } ) 30 i ; state or condition of life , period of life ( youth , manhood , ) , condition , circumstances ; the fate
gaurava-dāsya : condition when the devotee takes the form of giving protection to the Lord ; category of dāsya-rasa .

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