Chetanam-Consciousness



kiṃcid aṅgaṃ vibhidyādau tīkṣṇasūcyādinā tataḥ |
tatraiva
cetanāṃ yuktvā bhairave nirmalā gatiḥ || 93 ||







  1. The hymns of the Atharvaveda: Volume 2 - Page 262
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  1. Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith - 1896 - Free Google eBook - Read
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  1. such as Gods, men, and lower animals, and those that are incapable thereof, such as mountains and rivers — chetanam or conscious, and achetanam or unconscious creation. 3 What dieth not : all that is exempt from the development and ...
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  1. Original Sanskrit texts on the origin and history of the people of ...: Volume 3 - Page 148
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  1. prdndndm dhdrayitd prasiddher nirvachandch cha \ sa katham achetanasya pradhdnasya dtmd bhavet \ dtma hi ndma svarupam \ na achetanasya pradhdnasya chetano jlvah svdrupam bhavitum arhati \ attra tu che- tanam Brahma mukhyam Ikshitri ...
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  1. A Sanskrit-English dictionary: with references to the best ... - Page 1000
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  1. chetanam, To recover), Paiich. 58, 19. samasadita, 1. Attained. 2. Obtained, Paiich. 69, 16. 3. Finished, performed. — With ^^ ud, 1. To perish, Bhag. 3, 24. 2. f To ascend. Caus. 1. To destroy, Ram. 5, 3, 21. 2. ...
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  1. The texts of the white Yajurveda - Page 261
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  1. who can taste the reward and punishment of good and evil actions, such as Gods, men, and lower animals, and those who are incapable thereof, such as mountains and rivers — chetanam, or conscious, achetanam, or unconscious, creation. ...
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  1. The hymns of the Rigveda: Volume 2 - Page 518
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  1. those capable of enjoyment, that is, who can taste the reward and punishment of good and evil actions, such as Gods, men, and lower animals, and those who are incapable thereof, such as mountains and rivers — chetanam, or conscious, ...
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Achuta T.N. Rao - 2004 - 354 pages - Preview
"Tasmaat tatsamyogaat chetanam chetanaavadiva lingam Guna kartrutve api tathaa karteva bhavatyudaasini". Purushasya darshanaartham kaivalyaartham tathaa pradhaanasya Pangu-andhavaat ubhayorapi samyogastakrutah sargah. ...