The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Srinu- (Shrinu) Hear Thou, listen


sampradāyam imam devi śṛṇu samyag vadāmy aham |
kaivalyaṃ jāyate sadyo netrayoḥ stabdhamātrayoḥ || 113 ||


This appears to be an archaic-flavored way of saying listen - and invoking the ancient songs.


Original Sanskrit texts on the origin and progress of the religion ...: Volume 2 - Page 217
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102, other instances are alluded to of grammatical forms, which are peculiar to the Veda, viz. the imperatives 6rudhi for srinu, ' hear ;' kridhi for lcu.ru, ' do;' vridhi for vrinu, ' cover;' purdhi for prinihi, ' fill. ...
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John Muir


A practical grammar of the Sanskrit language: arranged with ... - Page 167
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352. sru, 'to hear' (sometimes placed under the 1st class), substitutes iri for the root, and makes its stems srino and srinu. See 676. a. feT»^'to deceive,' J35»Tand H*»^'to support,' ^»^'to stop,' and ^jj^f'to astonish,' reject their ...
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Sir Monier Monier-Williams


The Laghu Kaumudi: a Sanskrit grammar - Page 169
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Hence srinu- tah " they two hear." No. 536. — When a sarvadhatuka affix, beginning with a vowel, follows, ... Thus we have srinwanti " they hear," srinoshi " thou hearest," srinuthah " you two hear," srinu- tha " you hear," frinomi " I ...
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Varadar¿aja


A practical Sanskrit dictionary with transliteration, ... - Page 321
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- 1924 - 382 pages - Preview
A'. ; -harsha, m. A', of a king, reputed author of the Katna- tali und the JXaishuilha-kanta. TO I. SRU.V. «rtn6, srinu (A. mttr. in C), & hear (tr. & int. s, - about (at', from any one (in., ab., a., -mukhit ; C), that - ii (a ac. ...
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Arthur Anthony Macdonell

The Vedas: With Illustrative Extracts - Page 7
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Vayav ayahi darsaniya ime somah alankritah | tesham piba srinu havam || " Come, 0 Vayu, these somas are prepared. Drink of them ; hear our invocation." Here it will be observed that four Vedic words darsata, arankritah, pahi, srudhi, ...
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Paul Tice


The Essence of Bhagavad Gita - Page 430
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Now Sri Krishna is elaborating about tyaga: niscayam srinu me tatra tyage bharatasattam I tyaga hi purushavyagra trividha samprakirtitah It 4 4. bharatasattam (O Best of Bharata, Arjuna), srinu (hear) me (My) niscayam ( conclusion) tatra ...
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Braja Dulal Mookherjee



Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of ... - Page 209
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S'ru, " to hear," makes in the imperative (besides srudhi, the form given above) irinuhi, irinudhi, for srinu; and irinota and irota (EV v. 87, 8) for srinuta. Spardh, "to vie," makes paspridhre for paspridhire. ...
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