Chalasane-Rocking, rotating, motion - also movement and phrases in a ragacalāsane sthitasyātha śanair vā dehacālanāt |
praśānte mānase bhāve devi divyaugham āpnuyāt || 83 ||calana
The dictionary of Hindustani classical music - Page 28
(ā)n. moving , movable , tremulous , shaking Pa1n2. 3-2 , 148 KapS. i , 129 Sch.
|(H2) calana [L=72636]||mf|
Gaut. viii , 2
|[L=72637]||moving on feet |
xxii , 26
|[L=72638]||wanton (a woman) , |
a foot L.
|(H2B) calana [L=72639]||m.|
an antelope L.
|(H2B) calana [L=72640]||m.|
shaking motion , shaking , trembling Pa1n2. 1-3 , 87 ; iii , 2 , 148 R. v , 36 , 21 Pan5cat. &c
|(H2B) calana [L=72641]||n.|
" motion " , action , function Veda7ntas. Tarkas.
|(H2B) calana [L=72642]||n.|
walking about , wandering , roaming MBh. xii , 3708
|(H2B) calana [L=72643]||n.|
turning off from (abl.) , iii , 1319
|(H2B) calana [L=72644]||n.|
(a- neg.) Katha1s. ic , 8 and Sa1h. iii , 53
|(H2B) calana [L=72645]||n.|
the being disturbed Sarvad. iii , 174
|(H2B) calana [L=72646]||n.|
the rope for tying an elephant L.
|(H2B) calana [L=72648]||n.|
The serpent power: being the Ṣaṭ-cakra-nirūpana and ... - Page 207
|Vimalakānta Rôya Caudhurī - 2000 - 193 pages - Preview|
Both Calana and Cala have been derived from the same root meaning 'To move', yet their musical applications are ... Calana Literally it means 'Movement' or 'The way of moving'. Musically it means (1) convention in using notes in a ...
Foundations of Indian Psychology - Page 366
|Arthur Avalon, Sir John George Woodroffe, Pūrṇānanda - 1974 - 529 pages - Preview|
Sakti-calana employs the latter Mudra, which is repeated until Vayu manifests in the Susumna. Sakti-calana is the movement of the abdominal muscle from left to right and right to left; the object being to arouse Kundalini by this ...
Hindustani music: a tradition in transition
|Cornelissen R. M. Matthijs - Preview|
They are as follows: 1. Bhavanga: Passive state of mind 2. Bhavanga-calana: Vibrated passive state of mind ... Bhavanga-calana: When an object enters in the range of a cognitive sense, it creates a simple vibration in the smooth flow of ...
Specific principles of Kashmir Śaivism
|Deepak Raja - 2005 - 432 pages - Snippet view|
It seems legitimate, therefore, to accept a raga's calana [skeletal phraseology] as a superior alternative. The calana is a set of phrases, generally arranged in ascending and descending formation. Most ragas can be adequately ...
Brahma vidya abhyasa: or, Reality and the method to trace it: Volume 1
|Balajinnātha Paṇḍita - 1997 - 198 pages - Snippet view|
If spanda means calana or movement, why add kincit (a little) to it? If it is really movement, it should be accepted as ... Therefore, littleness cannot change the basic character of calana. On the other hand, if it is not a movement , ...
The Golden Triangle - Page 234
|Bhoomananda Tirtha (Swami.) - 1970 - Snippet view|
anywhere only when a movement or chalana precedes It. The chalana may be either external and visible, or internal and invisible. Therefore, chalana (movement or vibration) and vikara (reaction) are inter-allied. ...
|Robert Lester Peck - 1998 - 288 pages - Preview|
Table 3 Tantrik Terms of Vibration Vibration or spanda is used to describe the manifested sensations associated with ... flutter bhramavega: to whirl, flutter with intense energy and rate chalana: slow vibration chalattd: tremor (as of ...
Path of fire and light: advanced practices of yoga - Page 137
|Sivananda (Swami.) - 1971 - 272 pages - Snippet view|
Chitta has two causes for its existence, viz., Vasanas or subtle desires and the vibration of Prana. 4. If one of them is controlled, the result is, both of them are controlled. 2. Mitahara, Asana and Shakti-Chalana 5. ...
|Swami Rama, Rama (Swami) - 1988 - 156 pages - Preview|
This is produced by uttering the sound "ah" as low in the throat as possible, vibrating the palate, ... To complete murchha, shakti chalana must be practiced with it. Kevala Kumbhaka. In this practice the full length of the breath is ...
shaking , tremulous , unfixed MBh. &c
|(H2) calita [L=72659]||mfn.|
MBh. Su1ryas. iii , 11
|[L=72660]||one who has moved on |
e.g. sa calitaḥ , " he started off " Pan5cat. Gi1t. iii , 3 Hit. )
|[L=72661]||gone , departed (|
Vet. iii , 1÷2 (v.l.)
|[L=72663]||being on the march (an army) |
&c ) Hariv. 5669 R. &c
|[L=72664]||moved from one's usual course , disturbed , disordered (the mind , senses , fortune , |
abl.) Ya1jn5. i , 360 Bhag. vi , 37
|[L=72665]||caused to deviate , turned off from (|
unsteady motion (of eyes) Bhartr2. i , 4.
|(H2B) calita [L=72666]||n.|
|(H1) calita [L=72673]||&c |