remembrance , reminiscence , thinking of or upon (loc. or comp.) , calling to mind (smṛtim api te na yānti , " they are not even thought of ") , memory TA1r. ChUp. MBh. &c
|(H2) smṛ́ti [p= 1272,3] [L=257270]||f.|
vyabhicāri-bhāvas (q.v.) Das3ar.
|[L=257271]||memory as one of the |
dakṣa and wife of aṅgiras or as the daughter of dharma and medhā) Hariv. Pur.
|[L=257272]||Memory (personified either as the daughter of |
śruti or what is directly heard or revealed to the ṛṣis ; in its widest acceptation this use of the term smṛti includes the 6 vedā*ṅgas , the sūtras both śrauta and gṛhya , the law-books of manu &c [see next] ; the itihāsas [e.g. the mahābhārata and rāmā*yaṇa] , the purāṇas and the nītiśāstras ; iti smṛteḥ , " accord. to such and such a traditional precept or legal text ") IW. 144 , 145
|[L=257273]||the whole body of sacred tradition or what is remembered by human teachers (in contradistinction to |
esp. the codes of manu yājñavalkya and the 16 succeeding inspired lawgivers , viz. atri , viṣṇu , hārīta , uśanas or śukra , aṅgiras , yama , āpastamba , saṃvarta , kātyāyana , bṛhas-pati , parāśara , vyāsa , śaṅkha , likhīta , dakṣa and gautama ; all these lawgivers being held to be inspired and to have based their precepts on the veda ; cf. IW. 203) Gr2S3rS. Mn. Ya1jn5. &c
|[L=257274]||the whole body of codes of law as handed down memoriter or by tradition (|
N. for the number 18 (fr. the 18 lawgivers above )
|[L=257276]||a kind of metre |
of the letter g Up.
Pan5cat. iii , 258 (v.l. for spṛhā).
|[L=257278]||desire , wish |