The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Jata- Born, brought into existence, produced


ādhāreṣv athavā 'śaktyā 'jñānāc cittalayena vā |
jātaśaktisamāveśakṣobhānte bhairavaṃ vapuḥ || 112 ||



jāta
jātá [L=78542]
( √ jan ; ifc. Pa1n2. 6-2 , 171) born , brought into existence by (loc.) , engendered by (instr. or abl.) RV. &c

ib.

( Pa1n2. 2-2 , 5 Ka1s3. ; 36 Va1rtt. 1 ; vi , 2 , 170) » māsa- , saptā*ha- , &c

VarBr2S. lii , 5 ff.

dat.) RV. iv , 20 , 6 ; ix , 94 , 4

dat.) Sa1h. iii , 58÷59

TS. VS. &c

gen.) RV. i , 83 , 5 ; viii , 62 , 10

Pan5cat. ii , 16

instr.) MBh. iv , 379

ifc. instead of in comp. ( Pa1n2. 2-2 , 36 Va1rtt. 1 ; vi , 2 , 170 f. ; g. āhitā*gny-ādi) e.g. kia- , danta- , &c , qq.vv.
jātá [L=78553]
a son RV. ii , 25 , 1 AV. xi , 9 , 6 S3Br. xiv Pan5cat.
jātá [L=78554]
a living being (said of men , rarely of gods) RV. iv , 2 , 2 ; v , 15 , 2 ; x , 12 , 3 AV. xviii VS. viii , 36
jātá [L=78555]
N. of a son of brahmā PadmaP. v
jātá [L=78556]
a living being , creature RV.
jātá [L=78557]
birth , origin i , 156 , 2 and 163 , 1 ; iii , 31 , 3
jātá [L=78558]
race , kind , sort , class , species , viii , 39 , 6 AV. &c
jātá [L=78559]
a multitude or collection of things forming a class (chiefly ifc. , e.g. karma- , " the whole aggregate of actions " Mn. vii , 61÷62 sukha- , " anything or everything included under the name pleasure " Gi1t. x , 3) Mn. ix MBh. &c
jātá [L=78560]
individuality , specific condition (vyakta) L.
jātá [L=78561]
= -karman Na1rS.
jātá [p= 417,3] [L=78562]
(impers. with double instr.) it turned out or happened that Ra1jat. v , 364
jātá [L=78564]
([cf. -γετος ; Germ. Kind ; Lith. gentis.])
jāta [p= 1327,3] [L=331850]
comp.)
(H1) mfn.
[L=78543]grown , produced , arisen , caused , appeared
[L=78544]ifc.
[L=78545]appearing on or in
[L=78546]destined for (
[L=78547]turning to (
[L=78548]happened , become , present , apparent , manifest
[L=78549]belonging to (
[L=78550]ready at hand
[L=78551]possessed of (
[L=78552]often
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H2) (in





jaa
jaa [p= 409,1] [L=76519]
wearing twisted locks of hair g. arśa-ādi
jaa [L=76520]
metrically for °ā Hariv. 9551
jaa [L=76522]
a fibrous root , root (in general) Bhpr. v , 111 S3a1rn3gS. i , 46 and 58
jaa [L=76523]
N. of several plants (= ā-vatī L. ; Mucuna pruritus L. ; Flacourtia cataphracta L. ; = °ā-mūlā L. ; = rudra-jaā L. ) Sus3r. v f.
jaa [L=76524]
N. of a ha or arrangement of the Vedic text (still more artificial than the krama , each pair of words being repeated thrice and one repetition being in inverted order) Caran2.
jaa [L=76526]
(= °i) the waved-leaf fig-tree L.
jaa [L=76527]
cf. tri- , mahā- , vi-
jaa [L=76528]
kṛṣṇa-jaā
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
 jaā
jaā [L=76521]
the hair twisted together (as worn by ascetics , by śiva , and persons in mourning) Pa1rGr2. ii , 6 Mn. vi , 6 MBh. (ifc. f(ā). , iii , 16137) &c
jaā [L=76530]
» s.v. °a.
jaā [p= 1327,2] [L=331550]
comp.)
(H1B) f.
(H2) f.
(H2) (in
 jaājūa
jaā--jūa [p= 409,2] [L=76536]
the long tresses of hair twisted on the top of the head , quantity of twisted hair (also applied to that of śiva Katha1s. i , 18) BhP. v , 17 , 3 Maha1n. Katha1s. &c (ifc. f(ā). Hcat. )
(H3) m.




 jāta shakti in different usages

Mother goddess Durga
unknown
- 1993 - 160 pages - Snippet view
The infinite sport of the Brahma-Shakti (divine power) keeps the equilibrium of the entire creation of the universe. With Jata Shakti (inert energy) there is in Nature what Vedanta designates as Chit Shakti (sentient energy). ...
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Pranab Bandyopadhyay

... but Swami Satyasangananda translates it as “Jaata shakti” - shakti, or energy, produced by commotion


Rudraksha Kit - Page 12
unknown
- 2006 - 54 pages - Preview
The groves in the Rudraksha represent the Jata Shakti of Lord Shiva, which could withhold the ferocious Ganga in captivity and released slowly for the benefits of humanity. Every single part of Rudraksha is divine as it represents the ...
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R. Venugopalan

Therefore .... . . .seems to relate to this: “The groves in the Rudraksha represent the Jata Shakti of Lord Shiva, which could withhold the ferocious Ganga in captivity and released slowly for the benefits of humanity.” Jata Shakti is the power of capturing the raging torrent and channeling it though Shiva’s matted locks, which even out and make gentle the power of the river.