Samam - Peace






 śama
śama [p= 1053,3] [L=212912]
tranquillity , calmness , rest , equanimity , quietude or quietism , absence of passion , abstraction from eternal objects through intense meditation (śamak , " to calm one's self " , " be tranquil ") Mn. MBh. &c

*rdham) MBh.

dharma and husband of prā*pti) MBh.

MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ta1n2d2Br.

W.

L.

Ra1jat.

cf. śaya) L.

w.r. for śapa) L.

of a king of the nandi-vegas MBh.

andhaka Hariv.

dharma-sūtra BhP.
śáma [L=212926]
tame , domestic RV. i , 32 , 15 ; 33 , 15.
śama [p= 1332,2] [L=339860]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=212913]peace , peace with (
[L=212914]Quietism or Tranquillity (personified as a son of
[L=212915]tranquillization , pacification , allayment , alleviation , cessation , extinction
[L=212916]absence of sexual passion or excitement , impotence
[L=212917]alleviation or cure of disease , convalescence
[L=212918]final happiness , emancipation from all the illusions of existence
[L=212919]indifference , apathy
[L=212920]the hand (
[L=212921]imprecation , malediction (
[L=212922]N.
[L=212923]of a son of
[L=212924]of a son of
(H2B) mfn.
(H2) (in


śāmana
śāmana [p= 1065,2] [L=215562]
extinguishing , destroying Pan5cat. iii , 31 (v.l. for śamana)
śāmana [L=215563]
N. of yama (= śamana) W.
śāmana [L=215565]
a sedative Car.
śāmana [L=215566]
tranquillity , peace W.
śāmana [L=215567]
killing , slaughter ib.
śāmana [L=215568]
end (°na- , to go to an end , be destroyed) MW.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.




  1. Mandukya Upanisad With Karika - Page 379
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  1. Swami Chinmayananda - 1998 - 414 pages - Preview
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  1. peace with himself, in the world he enjoys his own inner ecstasy. He lives on embracing all — wanting nothing, ... tj^1 evam = thus; fagFt vidvan = the wise-man; Wf\ samam = absolute peace; 3^ vrajet = attains, becomes. ...
    Ever at
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  1. Bhagavad Gita: Demystified - Abridged - Page 1352
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  1. Paramahamsa Nithyananda - 2011 - Google eBook - Preview
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  1. vjndémj: find; samam: peace; ca: also; v1's1_1o: O Lord Visnu 11.24 Seeing You, Your form touching the sky, flaming in many colors, mouths wide open, large fiery eyes, O Visnu, I find neither courage nor peace; I am frightened. ...
    ...
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  1. The Bhagwad Geeta Chapter - Ix - Page 42
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  1. samam = peace; ^ ca = and; faWf vw«o = O Visnu. 24. On seeing You, with Your Form touching the sky, flaming in many colours, ...
    antardtmd = terrified at heart; tjf%H, dhrtim = courage; *T na = not; f^Klfa vinddmi = (I) find; WF{
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  1. Śrīmad Bhāgavatam: with the original Sanskrit text, its roman ...
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  1. A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda - 1999 - Snippet view
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  1. ... atmanah — of his soul; prasidatah — being satisfied; atyanta— the greatest; samampeace; svatah— automatically; ...
    pumdl labhetdnativelam atmanah prasidato 'tyanta-samam svatah svayam yan-nitya- sambandha-nisevayd tatah pararh kim
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  1. Transactions and proceedings of the American Philological Association: Volume 92; Volume 92
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  1. American Philological Association, Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, American Philological Association - 1961 - Snippet view
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  1. peace") and noun (samam, "peace") which contain the same root Sam-. •• Aen. 12.22 ff.; cf. Drances' words in 11.369: ...
    The play upon noun (quiete) and verb (quievit) closely resembles that in the Sanskrit between verb (sdmyatha, "conclude
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  1. Srimad-Bhagavatam: Tenth Canto: Volume 1; Volume 1
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  1. A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda - 1977 - 414 pages - Snippet view
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  1. in that situation; neduh— resounded: dundubhayah— kettledrums; samam— simultaneously (from the upper planets). ... The sun, the moon and the other stars and planets were very peaceful. All directions appeared extremely pleasing , ...
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