The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Aloka-Looking, seeing, beholding, luster, splendour


kiñcij jñātaṃ dvaitadāyi bāhyālokas tamaḥ punaḥ |
viśvādi bhairavaṃ rūpaṃ jñātvānantaprakāśabhṛt || 86 ||


āloka
ā-loka [p= 154,2] [L=26903]
looking , seeing , beholding

Katha1s. Megh. Mr2icch. S3ak. Ragh. &c


R. MBh.


Ragh.


of wk.
ā-loka [p= 1320,2] [L=320210]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=26904]sight , aspect , vision
[L=26905]light , lustre , splendour
[L=26906]glimmer
[L=26907]flattery , praise , complimentary language
[L=26908]panegyric
[L=26909]section , chapter
[L=26910]N.
(H2) (in



avalok
ava- √ lok [p= 103,3] [L=18082]
-lokate , to look Sa1h. Hit. : cl.10 P. -lokayati (p. -lokayat ; ind.p. -lokya) to look upon or at , view , behold , see , notice , observe MBh. &c
(H1) cl.1 A1.




note distinction - this different word:

aloka
a-loka [p= 95,2] [L=16793]
" not the world " , the end of the world R. i , 37 , 12
95,2] [L=16793.1]
Jain.
95,2] [L=16793.2]
(á-lokās) not the people S3Br. xiv
a-loká [p= 95,2] [L=16794]
not having space , finding no place S3Br.
(H1) m.
[p= the immaterial or spiritual world
[p= m. pl.
(H1B) mfn.