The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Stabdha-Supported, propped, stiff, rigid, immovable, puffed up, proud, tardy, slack, hard-hearted


sthūlarūpasya bhāvasya stabdhāṃ dṛṣṭiṃ nipātya ca |
acireṇa nirādhāraṃ manaḥ kṛtvā śivaṃ vrajet || 80 ||


stabdha
  • mfn. firmly fixed, supported, propped
  • reaching up to (loc.)
  • stiff, rigid, immovable, paralyzed, senseless, dull (am ind.)
  • solidified (as water)
  • puffed up, proud , arrogant
  • tardy, slack, slow
  • obstinate, stubborn, hard-hearted
  • coarse ib.

stabdha [p= 1257,3]
stabdha [p= 1258,1]
firmly fixed , supported , propped
am ind.)
ib.

(H1) 

 mfn.

reaching up to (loc.)

stiff , rigid , immovable , paralyzed , senseless , dull (

solidified (as water)

puffed up , proud , arrogant

tardy , slack , slow (?)

obstinate , stubborn , hard-hearted

coarse







Hitopadeśa, the Sansk. text, with a grammatical analysis by F. Johnson - Page 272
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Hitopadeśa, Francis Johnson - 1864 - Free Google eBook - Read
T^3^ stabdha (pass. part, of the vb. *jT*T stabh), Paralysed, stupefied, stiffened, obstructed, hindered, made to stand still ... Having his ears erect, pricking his ears, stiff- eared. stabdhi-kritya, chwi (from ^T3f stabdha, Stiff, ...
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Elements of Indian aesthetics: Volume 2, Part 3
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S. N. Ghoshal - Snippet view
( 5 ) Stabdha = Stiff and cold indicate a cold and stiff action.2 (c) Gestures of the mouth : In two above great works, they are nearly the same. The Natyasastra reads them six,— viruddha, vinivrtta, nirbhugna, bhugna, ...
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A Sanskrit Reader: - Page 277
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stabdha-locana, a. having immovable, ie unwinking eyes. stabdhi-kr, make rigid or stiff (as if dead), [stabdha, 1094. ... 1. make firm or steady, prop or uphold (heaven or earth); —2. mid. become firm or immovable or rigid; —stabdha, ...
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The Bhagwad Geeta Chapter - Xvi-Xvii - Page 39
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Swami Chinmayananda - 100 pages - Preview
Stma-sambhavitdh stabdha dhana-mana-madanvitah yajante nama yajnaiste dambhenavidhi-purvakam aqPTCPqrfcRtT: — self-conceited, ^isqi: — stubborn, «FWR- M...
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A Sanskrit reader: text and vocabulary and notes - Page 277
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Charles Rockwell Lanman - 1996 - 405 pages - Preview
stabdha- 1 ocan a, a. having immovable, ie unwinking eyes. stabdhi-kr, make rigid or stiff (as if dead), [stabdha, 1094. ... 1. make firm or steady, prop or uphold (heaven or earth); —2. mid. become firm or immovable or rigid; —stabdha, ...
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Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini: - Page 1047
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Pāṇini, Sumitra Mangesh Katre - 1989 - 1334 pages - Preview
8.3.114 prati-stab-dha- ni-stab-dh-au ca The expressions pratistab-dha- ' obstructed' and nf-stab-dha- 'obstructed' are introduced [without a retroflex sibilant replacing the dental, contrary to 57 above]. 8.3.115 sodh-ah [The substitute ...
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The large sutra on perfect wisdom, with the divisions of the ... - Page 161
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Edward Conze - 1975 - 679 pages - Preview
The syllable STA is a door to all dharmas because each dharma is fixed (stabdha! ) in its place, and never leaves it10; ... 10The explanation is from Mokshala, who had asiitva or stabdha. Also Yiian-tsang agrees to some extent with it. ...
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Interesting usage of stabdha as “stunned”:




Early pastimes of Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu:
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Kr̥ṣṇadāsa Kavirāja Gosvāmī, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda - 1975 - 465 pages - Snippet view
TEXT 168 iuni' stabdha haila kajT, nahi sphure vam vicar iya kahe kaji parabhava mani' SYNONYMS iuni'- by hearing; stabdha- stunned; haila -became; kajT-tne Kazi ; nahi-does not; sphure- utter; wn/- words; vicariya- after due ...
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