Nirvikalpa-free from differences


pūjā nāma na puṣpādyair yā matiḥ kriyate dṛḍhā |
nirvikalpe mahāvyomni sā pūjā hy ādarāl layaḥ || 147 ||

nirvikalpa
nir--vikalpa [p= 542,1] [L=107289]
(or °pana L. ) not admitting an alternative , free from change or differences , TejobUp. Veda7ntas.

Bhartr2.
(H3) mfn.
[L=107290]admitting no doubt , not wavering

nirvikalpam
nir--vikalpam [p= 542,1] [L=107290.1]
without hesitation or reflection Pan5c.
(H4) ind.




vikalpa
ví--kalpa 1 [p= 950,1] [L=192887]
(for 2. » under vi-kp) an intermediate kalpa , the interval between two kalpas. (q.v.) BhP.
vi-kalpa [p= 954,1] [L=193870]
» under vi-kp.
vi-kalpa 2 [p= 955,2] [L=194108]
(for 1. » [p= 950,1]) alternation , alternative , option S3rS. Mn. VarBr2S. &c (°pena ind. " optionally ")

Ka1tyS3r. MBh. &c

Ragh.

Nya1yas. BhP.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

BhP.

Yogas. Gi1t.

VarBr2S.

L.

kalpa-sthāna Car.

BhP. (Sch.)

rhet.) antithesis of opposites Prata1p.

ve*ti vikalpa Pa1n2. 1-1 , 44 Sch.)

VarBr2S.

N. of a people MBh. (C. vikalya)
vi-kalpa 2 [L=194123]
different BhP.

(H3) m.
(H1) &c
(H2) m.
[L=194109]variation , combination , variety , diversity , manifoldness
[L=194110]contrivance , art
[L=194111]difference of perception , distinction
[L=194112]indecision , irresolution , doubt , hesitation
[L=194113]admission , statement
[L=194114]false notion , fancy , imagination
[L=194115]calculation
[L=194116]mental occupation , thinking
[L=194117]=
[L=194118]a god
[L=194119](in
[L=194120](in gram.) admission of an option or alternative , the allowing a rule to be observed or not at pleasure (
[L=194121]a collateral form
[L=194122]pl.
(H2B) mfn.



nir
(H2) nir [p= 539,2] [L=106496]
for nis (q.v.) before vowels and soft consonants.
(H2) nir [p= 1329,3] [L=335060]
(in comp. for nis, see p. 539, col. 2)



nis
nís [p= 543,3] [L=107639]
out , forth , away &c (rarely used as an independent word [e.g. AV. vi , 18 , 3 ; vii , 115 , 3 ; xvi , 2 , 1], but mostly as a prefix to verbs and their derivatives [cf. ni-ki &c below] , or to nouns not immediately connected with verbs , in which case it has the sense , " out of " , " away from " [cf. nirvana , ni-kauśāmbi &c ] or that of a privative or negative adverb = a3 , " without " , " destitute of " , " free from " , " un- " [cf. nir-artha , nir-mala &c ] , or that of a strengthening particle " thoroughly " , " entirely " , " very " [cf. nih-śūnya , ni-kevala , nir-muṇḍa] ; it is liable to be changed to ni , nir , niś , ni , and ; cf. above and below).
nis [p= 563,3] [L=111034]
(H2) ind.
(H1) 
» [p= 543,2].


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