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meaning of the Sanskrit term Dhaman.

J. Gonda

meaning of the Sanskrit term Dhaman.

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Published by Noord-Hollandsche U.M. in Amsterdam .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Dharma.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    SeriesVerhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse akademie van wetenschappen, Afd. letterkunde ;, Nieuwe reeks, d. 73, no. 2, Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde ;, nieuwe reeks, d. 73, no. 2.
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    LC ClassificationsAS244 .A52 n.r., deel 73, no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p.
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5647271M
    LC Control Number68082969


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Meaning of the Sanskrit term Dhaman. book Noord-Hollandsche U.M. MLA Citation. Gonda, J. The meaning of the Sanskrit term Dhaman Noord-Hollandsche U.M Amsterdam Australian/Harvard Citation. Gonda, J.The meaning of the Sanskrit term Dhaman Noord-Hollandsche U.M Amsterdam. Wikipedia Citation. Bhagavat Gita (With Sanskrit text, English transliteration, General Meaning of Each Verse and Commentary in English containing Essence of the Sanskrit Commentaries of Sri Sankara, Sri Ramanujacarya, Sri Madhvacarya, Sri Sridhara and Sri Raghavendra Swami).

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The meaning of the sanskrit term dhaman. by Jan Gonda Print book: English. Amsterdam: N.V. Sattvadhaman means something in Hinduism, Sanskrit. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page.

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Gonda 1 edition - first published in Not. Originally in a neutral sense but sometimes also "a decision determining fate or fortune, irrevocable destiny." A book of laws in Old English was a dombec. Modern adverse sense of "fate, ruin, destruction" begins early 14c.

and is general after c. from doomsday and the finality of the Christian Judgment. Dharma definition, essential quality or character, as of the cosmos or one's own nature. See more. doom (do͞om) n.

Inevitable destruction or ruin: a tyrant who finally met his doom. A decision or judgment, especially an official condemnation to a severe penalty. Judgment Day. A statute or ordinance, especially one in force in Anglo-Saxon England. tr.v.

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that the Vedic poets were describing the living plant. The frequent term htiri applied to Soma in the RV is thought by.

Wasson (p. 36) to describe the blazing scarlet colour of the fly­ agaric. This is a mistake. We are not speaking Sanskrit when we use these words from the Yoga lexicon - we are speaking English, with an extended vocabulary that pertains to our practices.

By the way, the word Sanskrit is an English term to refer to the ancient way of speaking. The Sanskrit equivalent is saṃskṛta, (sam "together" + krta- "to make, do, perform.”).

The word shamanism probably derives from the Manchu-Tungus word šaman, meaning "one who knows". The word shaman may also have originated from the Evenki word šamán, most likely from the southwestern dialect spoken by the Sym Evenki peoples.

The Tungusic term was subsequently adopted by Russians interacting with the Indigenous peoples in Siberia. It is found in the memoirs of the exiled.

Full text of "Sanskrit-English dictionary etymologically and philogically arranged with special reference to Greek, Latin, Gothic, German, Anglo-Saxon, and other co" See other formats. Dharma (Sanskrit) or dhamma (Pali) is a word Buddhists use often.

It refers to the second gem of the Three Jewels of Buddhism—Buddha, dharma, sangha. The word often is defined as "the teachings of the Buddha," but dharma is really more than just a label for Buddhist doctrines, as we shall see below. Life without Dharma is akin to life without oxygen, that in other words is being as good as is the soul of an individual.

If everyone complies with the teachings of Dharma, nature will become favourable to human article explains origin, definition and meaning of Dharma, creation of Dharma and importance of abiding by Dharma.

Darshan is derived from the Sanskrit word darsana meaning “sight,” “vision,” or “appearance.” In the Hindu tradition, darshan refers to the beholding of a holy person, sacred object, natural phenomenon, or deity especially in imaged form.

Darshan implies a mutual interaction between the viewer and the perceived object or being. Dharma: Its Wider Meaning and Connotations Derivation and meaning of the word ‘Dharma’ The word ‘dharma’ (धर्म) in Sanskrit is derived from the root धृ meaning ‘to hold’, ‘to bear’, ‘to carry’ or ‘to support’.

धारणात् धर्मः – that which holds together or supports is dharma. In this sense dharma encompasses all ethical, moral, Read More. "Hindu Dharma" is a book, which contains English translation of certain invaluable and engrossing speeches of Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi MahaSwamiji of Kanchi Kamakoti peetham.

Information below is taken from there. ***** We speak of the "Hindu religion", but the religion denoted by the term did not in fact have such a name originally. dharmakaya [dhurmukaayaa]: the Dharma-Body or the Absolute, viewed as the Ultimate Reality with which Buddhas or Enlightened Beings are one and indivisible dharma dhatu [dhurm dhaatu]: the Absolute, i.e.

the Dharma-Realm Dharma Raja [dhurm raaj]: the Buddha dharma sastri [dhurm sh^aastri]: one well-versed in the scriptures relating to dharma. Dharma, key concept with multiple meanings in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. In Hinduism, dharma is the religious and moral law governing individual conduct and is one of the four ends of life.

In addition to the dharma that applies to everyone (sadharana dharma)—consisting of. In Buddhism, the Chakravarti came to be considered the secular counterpart of a general, the term applies to temporal as well as spiritual kingship and leadership, particularly in Buddhism and Hinduism, the term generally denotes a powerful ruler whose dominion extended to the entire earth.

It is one of the most common Tibetan and Sanskrit mantras. Traditionally, Om (or Aum) has the capacity to progressively open up the practitioner to the ever-present timeless and formless reality, the background radiation of the universe that echoes the Big Bang.

One of the most popular misconception about this ancient mantra is that it is. Sanskrit definition: 1. the classical Old Indic literary language, as cultivated from the 4th cent.

onward: because of the antiquity of its written expression and the detailed descriptive analysis it received in the Sutras of the Hindu grammarian P?ni. A mantra in Buddhism (as well as in Hinduism) is a sacred utterance—be it a syllable, word, or verse—that is usually repeated or continued, either aloud or in one's thoughts, prayer, meditation, or ritual, and it is believed to induce a trancelike state in the participant that can lead him or her to a higher level of spiritual awareness.

The name is from Sanskrit, where it means "sacred. the original form and character of the book. It was also considered that the adding of more words such as those coined in later commentarial and abhidhammic litera-ture, would be superfluous as in the English language such terms will generally be found only in a few scho-larly books and translations which themselves give the explanations needed.

Sanskrit (English: / ˈ s æ n s k r ɪ t /; Sanskrit: संस्कृतम्, romanized: saṃskṛtam, IPA: [ˈsɐ̃skr̩tɐm] ()) is an Indic Language of the ancient Indian subcontinent with a 3,year history. It is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism and the predominant language of most works of Hindu philosophy as well as some of the principal texts of Buddhism and Jainism.

The term Prajna originates from Sanskrit — the ancient language of Buddhism — and is composed of two terms.“Pra” refers to “before” and the “jna” means “knowledge”. Together, these two terms sig nify profound knowledge, before knowledge or root knowledge.

The meaning of Prajna is translated as intuitive wisdom, perfect knowledge, intelligence, or .