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Sanskrit wisdom

G. R. Josyer

Sanskrit wisdom

by G. R. Josyer

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Published by International Academy of Sanskrit Research in Mysore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quotations, Sanskrit.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG.R. Josyer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6095.S3 J6 1953
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5, 160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3152627M
    LC Control Number82909030

      Today, we look at such Sanskrit travel quotes from the past and understand how they viewed travel. For starters let’s see how many words are there for travel in Sanskrit. Popular Sanskrit Words for Travel. यात्रा (yatra) – To Travel. यात्री . Gayatri Mantra is the foremost mantra in Hinduism and it inspires wisdom. The mantra has three parts: praise, meditation, and prayer. First, the Divine is praised, then it is meditated upon in reverence and lastly, an appeal is made to the Divine to dissipate the darkness of ignorance and to awaken and strengthen the intellect.

    - Most influential slokas from shrimad bhagvad gita. See more ideas about Bhagavad gita, Gita quotes and Sanskrit quotes pins. The part from the first "iha śāriputra" down to "Na jñānam, na prāptir na-aprāptiḥ" was extracted from the Chinese translation of the Sanskrit Pañcaviṃśatisāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra or Perfection of Wisdom in 25, lines (see Conze's The Large Sutra on Perfect Wisdom, pg 61, section I .

    Banish stress, ease tension, and add comfort, joy, and magic to your daily life with The Witches'Spell Book. This enchanting guide is a must-have for spellcasters of all levels. Including 60 good spells for love, prosperity, good health, profound wisdom, and much more, this powerful collection is sure to charm anyone with a penchant for the. “The Rise of Wisdom Moon” (Prabodhacandrodaya) was composed during the mid-eleventh century by Krishnamishra, an otherwise unknown poet in the service of the Chandella dynasty, whose cultural and religious capital was early popularity of Krishnamishra’s work led to its frequent translation into the vernaculars of both North and South India, and even Persian as well.


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