The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Bhanktva- Having Crossed

tayāpūryāśu mūrdhāntaṃ bhaṅktvā bhrūkṣepasetunā |
nirvikalpaṃ manaḥ kṛtvā sarvordhve sarvagodgamaḥ || 31 ||

(according to Swami Satyasangananda Saraswati in Vijnina Bhairava: The Ascent), p. 172





Nothing exists that is not Śiva: commentaries on the Śiva-sūtra, ...
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Swami Muktananda, Swami Shantananda - 1997 - 160 pages - Snippet view
tayapuryasu murdhantam bhanktva bhruksepasetuna / nirvikalpam manah krtva ...
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Vālmīki's Sanskrit - Page 88
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L.A.Van Daalen - 2004 - 334 pages - Preview
II-IV: 7% S: 3, 40, 19 d ce- bhaktva instead of bhanktva 57% S: 2, 8, 1 ce- abhyasuya instead of °asuyya The question nisamyajnisdmya has been left ...
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The Yoga of delight, wonder, and astonishment: a translation of ... - Page 28
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Jaideva Singh - 1991 - 173 pages - Google eBook - Preview
[Dharana 8] VERSE 31 atrnrofcT mrfci m **n *$bhanktva bhriiksepasetuna / Nirvikalparn manah krtva sarvordhve sarvagodgamab. / / 31 TRANSLATION Having filled the murdhanta1 with the same pranic energy ...
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A Sanskrit grammar, including both the classical language, and the ... - Page 356
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William Dwight Whitney - 1896 - 551 pages - Free Google eBook - Read
dails^va, and apharitva, and, from a number of roots, a second strong form beside the more regular weak one: namely, anktva, bhanktva, bhunktva, syanttva ( beside aktva etc.) ; cayitva, smayitva, smaritva (beside citva etc. ...

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Indo-Aryan linguistics: collected papers, 1912-1973
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Sir Ralph Lilley Turner - 1985 - 435 pages - Snippet view
... Hindi bhdgna 'to flee' < bhagnd-), and we may be justified in reading bhakkhati < *bhaksyati, which was replaced in Sanskrit by bhanksyati with the nasal from the present, as in bhanktva beside bhaktva, abhanji beside abhdji, ...


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Mahabharata Book Nine (Volume 2): Shalya: Volume 2; Volume 9 - Page 76
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Justin Meiland - 2007 - 448 pages - Preview
Cvam asya sakthim bhanktva pratijnam palayisyasi. yatnena tu sada Partha yoddhavyo Dhrtarastra|jah krti ca balavams c' aiva yuddha|saundas ca nityada.» tatas tu Satyaki rajan pujayam asa Pandavam Pancalah Pandaveyas ca ...

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Pāṇini as a variationist
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Paul Kiparsky, Shivram Dattatray Joshi - 1979 - 304 pages - Snippet view
In the cases covered by the first rule, a clear preference for the n-forms is apparent in Sanskrit usage : bhan- ktva ' having broken ' and ahktva ' having anointed ' are [23 nalopah] 61. From ku + u?no ( with neither of the optional ...
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