Mama-Idam-Mine, this is mineahaṃ mamedam ityādi pratipattiprasaṅgataḥ |
nirādhāre mano yāti taddhyānapreraṇāc chamī || 131 ||mama
sg. of 1st pers. pron. in comp.
|(H1) máma [p= 789,1] [L=157965]||gen.|
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,iyám,idám (fr. id Un2. iv , 156 ; g. sarvā*di Pa1n2. 1-1 , 27 Vop. ; a kind of neut. of the pronom. base 3. i with am [cf. Lat. is , ea , id , and idem] ; the regular forms are partly derived from the pronom. base a ; » Gr. 224 ; the veda exhibits various irregular formations e.g. fr. pronom. base a , an inst. enā́ , ayā́ [used in general adverbially] , and gen. loc. du. ayós , and perhaps also avós , in RV. vi , 67 , 11 ; vii , 67 , 4 ; x , 132 , 5 [ BRD. ] ; fr. the base ima , a gen. sing. imásya , only RV. ; the RV. has in a few instances the irregular accentuation ásmai , v , 39 , 5 , &c ; ásya , iv , 15 , 5 , &c ; ā́bhis , vi , 25 , 2 , &c : the forms derived fr. a are used enclitically if they take the place of the third personal pronoun , do not stand at the beginning of a verse or period , and have no peculiar stress laid upon them) , this , this here , referring to something near the speaker
|(H1) idám 1 [p= 165,2] [p= 165,3] [L=28801]||ayám|
|[p= 165,3] [L=28801.1]||known , present|
adas e.g. ayaṁ lokaḥ or idaṁ viśvam or idaṁ sarvam , this earthly world , this universe ; ayam agniḥ , this fire which burns on the earth ; but asāv agniḥ , that fire in the sky , i.e. the lightning: so also idam or iyam alone sometimes signifies " this earth " ; ime smaḥ , here we are.) idam often refers to something immediately following , whereas etad points to what precedes (e.g. śrutvai*tad idam ūcuḥ , having heard that they said this) . idam occurs connected with yad,tad,etad,kim , and a personal pronoun , partly to point out anything more distinctly and emphatically , partly pleonastically (e.g. tad idaṁ vākyam , this speech here following ; so 'yaṁ vidūṣakaḥ , this vidūṣaka here) .
|[p= 165,3] [p= 165,2] [L=28801.2]||(opposed to |
([Ved. and in a few instances in classical Sanskrit]) here , to this place
|(H2) idám 2 [p= 165,3] [L=28803]||ind.|
|[p= 165,3] [L=28803.1]||now , even , just|
|[p= 165,3] [L=28803.2]||there|
RV. AV. S3Br. AitBr. ChUp.
|[p= 165,3] [L=28803.3]||with these words |
R. ii , 53 , 31 S3ak. (v.l. for iti in kim iti joṣam āsyate , 202 , 8) .
|[p= 165,3] [L=28803.4]||in this manner |
Consciousness in Advaita Vedānta - Page 8
|books.google.comAkshaya Kumar Banerjea - 1962 - 355 pages - Snippet view|
... (3) Mama-sukham (brooding over and planning for one's own happiness), (4) Mama duhkham (brooding over and struggling against one's own sorrow), and (5) Mama-idam (the sense of 'this-is-mine' ie the sense of possession and monopoly). ...
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|books.google.comWilliam M. Indich - 2000 - 153 pages - Preview|
The individual attempts to establish itself as eternal by identifying with its own activity, "I am this" (aham idam), and by appropriating the objects of its experience, "This is mine" (mama idam). In so doing, the individual not ...
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|books.google.comSatguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami - 2003 - 1008 pages - Google eBook - Preview|
... I- ness (abhimana), sense of mine-ness, identifying with the body (madiyam), planning for one's own happiness (mamasukha), brooding over sorrow (mama- duhkha ), and possessiveness (mama idam). See: anava, ego, mind (individual).
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A life in self realisation is so very remote and poles apart from the blind habitual worldly life in which one identified oneself with the physical body ( aham idam) or rejoices in setting one's own heart upon material possessions ( mama ...
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84-88: tatha hi idam visvam ciccitiapranadehasukhaduhkhendriyabhfltaghatadi- mayam ekasyam va parasyam ... paripOrnanirgala- camatkare, sarvacchinne a- ityanupravistarp tathabhavati, etadeva mama hrdvyoma, evam yat idam prasrtam yatra ca ...
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Suryaya svaha, Suryaya Idam na mama Prajapataye svaha, Prajapataye Idam na mama. The above mantra is chanted when the fire burns at the Agnihothra vessel.