Apara-Exoteric, inferior, lower (opposed to para)vrajet prāṇo viśej jīva icchayā kuṭilākṛtiḥ |
dīrghātmā sā mahādevī parakṣetram parāparā || 154 ||apara
A trident of wisdom - Page 147
having nothing beyond or after , having no rival or superior.
|(H1) a-para 1 [p= 50,2] [L=9405]||mfn.|
(ā)n. (fr. ápa) , posterior , later , latter (opposed to pū́rva ; often in comp.)
|(H1) ápara 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9410]||mf|
|[p= 50,3] [L=9411]||following|
|[p= 50,3] [L=9412]||western|
|[p= 50,3] [L=9413]||inferior , lower (opposed to |
|[p= 50,3] [L=9414]||other , another (opposed to |
|[p= 50,3] [L=9415]||different (with |
|[p= 50,3] [L=9416]||being in the west of|
apara is used as a conjunction to connect words or sentences e.g. aparaṁ-ca , moreover
|[p= 50,3] [L=9417]||distant , opposite. Sometimes |
the hind foot of an elephant S3is3.
|(H1B) ápara 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9418]||m.|
the west L.
|(H1B) áparā 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9419]||f.|
the hind quarter of an elephant L.
|(H1B) áparā 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9420]||f.|
the womb L.
|(H1B) áparā 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9421]||f.|
(used in the pl.) the future RV. S3Br.
|(H1B) áparī 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9422]||f.|
ám) ([ RV. vi , 33 , 5]) n. the future RV. S3Br.
|(H1B) ápará 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9422.1]||(|
(áparam [ AV. ] or aparám [ RV. ]) in future , for the future
|(H1C) ápa° ram 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9423]||ind.|
again , moreover Pa1rGr2. Pan5cat.
|(H1C) aparam 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9424]||ind.|
in the west of (abl.) Ka1tyS3r.
|(H1C) aparam 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9425]||ind.|
(with acc.) behind , west , to the west of Ka1tyS3r. ([cf. Goth. and Old Germ. afar , and the Mod. Germ. aber , in such words as Aber-mal , Aber-witz]).
|(H1C) ápareṇa 2 [p= 50,3] [L=9426]||ind.|
e), m. pl. others (= anye, used to indicate a various reading), hāla, Sch.
|(H2) apara [p= 1314,1] [L=309560]||also (|
(with vidyā) the exoteric vedānta doctrine (as opp. to parā v°, `the esoteric`), IndSt.
|(H2B) aparā [p= 1314,1] [L=309560.1]||f.|
The integral advaitism of Sri Aurobindo - Page 177
|Abhinavagupta (Rājānaka.) - 1989 - 404 pages - Google eBook - Preview|
In the apara-daSd of Mdlini, the phonemes are concerned with the tattvas and their modification. ... That is why this state is known as apara or non-supreme. Their corresponding modification is shown in the parapara state in Matrka. ...
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|Rajendra Prasad, Centre for Studies in Civilizations (Delhi, India), Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy, and Culture. Sub Project: Consciousness, Science, Society, Value, and Yoga - 2008 - 452 pages - Preview|
He also mentions the inquiries which are of the lower kind, apara, so that Saunaka may not call an aparavidyd a paravidya. He does not begin forthwith by proceeding to tell him in a cut and dried manner what that thing is whose ...
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In view of this, the srutis speak of two forms of Brahman, the para (final and ultimate) and the apara (proximate and outer) as also of two forms of vidya ( truth-vision)"0. It is, indeed, remarkable that vidya or true knowledge which is ...
|Rohit Mehta - 1970 - 320 pages - Preview|
Upanishad speaks of the guru well versed in both the Apara and the Para Vidya — the Lower and the Higher ... The Apara Vidya is the realm of the mind. The mind has not to be neglected. The mind has to be both alert and negative. ...
(ā)n. not shining , dark
|a-prakāśa [p= 57,2] [L=10484]|
|[L=10485]||not visible , hidden , secret |
|[L=10486]||not manifest or evident|
indistinctness , darkness Ragh. i , 68.
|(H1B) a-prakāśa [L=10488]||m.|