Be natural and at ease with yourself

Sarvam - completely


jñānaprakāśakaṃ sarvaṃ sarveṇātmā prakāśakaḥ |
ekam ekasvabhāvatvāt jñānaṃ jñeyaṃ vibhāvyate || 137 ||

Sarva - " all that comes from cows "

sarvam
sárvam [p= 1184,3] [L=238110]
(with sarvea) completely DivyA7v.



(H1C) ind.
sarva
sárva [p= 1184,3] [L=238107]
(ā)n. (perhaps connected with sāra q.v. ; inflected as a pronoun except nom. acc. sg. n. sarvam , and serving as a model for a series of pronominals cf. sarva-nāman) whole , entire , all , every (m. sg. " every one " ; pl. " all " ; n. sg. " everything " ; sometimes strengthened by viśva [which if alone in RV. appears in the meaning " all " , " every " , " every one "] and nikhila ; sarve'pi , " all together " ; sarva ko'pi , " every one so ever " ; gavā sarvam , " all that comes from cows " ; sarva with a negation = " not any " , " no " , " none " or " not every one " , " not everything ") RV. &c

MBh. &c

comp. ; cf. below) altogether , wholly , completely , in all parts , everywhere RV. ChUp. &c
sárva [L=238111]
(declined like a subst.) N. of śiva MBh.
sárva [L=238112]
of kṛṣṇa Bhag.
sárva [L=238113]
of a muni Cat.
sárva [L=238114]
pl. N. of a people Ma1rkP.
sárva [p= 1185,1] [L=238115]
water Naigh. i , 12. [cf. Gk. λος for λϝοςLat. salvus.]



(H1) mf
[L=238108]of all sorts , manifold , various , different
[L=238109](with another adjective or in
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.

also sarvasya, “of all”

shavasya Upanishad - Page 41
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tadejati tannaijati taddure tadvantike\ tadantarasya sarvasya tadu sarvasyasya bahyatah II 5 It moves, It moves not. It is far, and it is near. It is within all this. And it is also outside all this. This mantra explains clearly the ...
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T.N.Raghavendra

Upanishad in the eyes of Rabindra Nath Tagore: an anthology of the ...
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, Anil Kumar Mukherji - 1975 - 163 pages - Snippet view
5. tad ejati tan naijati tad dure tad vad antike tad antarasya sarvasya tad u sarvasyasya hahyatah. The distant and the near are the keepers of two different sets of facts, but they both belong to one truth which is their master. ...
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Rabindranath Tagore

Astadhyayi of Panini: English Translation of Adhyayas Seven & ...
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, Pāṇini - 2003 - 820 pages - Snippet view
Recall that as, by bringing special meaning words such as pari, etc., close to the context of sarvasya dve, we do not get any part, for example of patah in sarvah patah dagdhah excluded (from burning) , the dve of sarvasya dve, ...
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Rama Nath Sharma

The Upanishads, Part I of II - Page 51
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It is easy to suggest, for instance, that in the Vâgasaneyi-samhitâ- upanishad, verse 5, instead of tad antar asya sarvasya, tadu sarvasyâsya bâhyatah, the original text may have been tad antar asya sarvasya tadu sarvasya bâhyatah; ...
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Vedic ideals of sovereignty and the poetics of power
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According to this passage, the humunculus (purusa) abiding in one's heart is the "master of the Whole" (sarvasya isdna) ... It is "controller of the Whole" ( sarvasya vaii), "master of the Whole" (sarvasya iiana), and "overlord of the ...
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Theodore Nicholas Proferes