The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Dhaman-Abode, strength, majesty, splendor, light, favorite thing



dhāman
dhā́man [p= 514,3] [L=100869]
dwelling-place , house , abode , domain RV. &c &c (esp. seat of the gods cf. madhyama dhāma viṣṇo S3ak. [ Pi. ?? iv , 5] ; site of the sacred fire and the soma RV. &c ; with priyam , favourite residence VS. Br. )

VS. AV. Br.

pl.) RV. &c

esp. of mitra-varua) RV. AV.

Prab. i , 30

esp. in sacrifice , song &c ) RV. VS.

RV. &c MBh. Ka1v. Pur.
dhā́man [L=100876]
N. of one of the 7 ṛṣis of the 4th manv-antara (v.l. dhāt) Hariv. [cf. Gk. θημον in ε-θήμων ; θαμά , θωμός &c ; Lat. fam-ulus ; Angl.Sax. do7m ; Goth. domas ; Germ. tuom and suff. -tum.]
dhā́man [p= 1329,2] [L=334340]
accord. to some in RV. also = muhūrta, "an hour")
(H2) n.
[L=100870]favourite thing or person , delight , pleasure
[L=100871]the inmates of a house or members of a family , class , troop , band , host (also
[L=100872]law , rule , established order (
[L=100873]state , condition
[L=100874]manner , mode , tone , form , appearance (
[L=100875]effect , power , strength , majesty , glory , splendour , light
(H2B) m.
(H2) (


Dhamantah as strengthening or forging


Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay: Volumes 13-16
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Asiatic Society of Bombay, Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Bombay Branch - 1937 - Snippet view
'Dhamantah' means ' strengthening ', ' encouraging ' or ' making them hopeful ', etc. ... 1 (Marutah bhrmim dhamantah) ; H. 24. 7 (Te bahubhyam dhamitam agnim), where Agni and Indra are the objects of «/ dham. ...

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland
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Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - 1979 - Snippet view
... "smiths", in AV 3.5.6, while the verbal expression dhamantah occurs in AV 18.3.22, translated as "forging". In AV 11.9.1 there are references to arrows, bows, swords, and axes, and in AV 12.5.20 there is the adjective "keen-edged". ...

Journal of Indian history: Volume 46
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University of Kerala. Dept. of History, University of Allahabad. Dept. of Modern Indian History, University of Travancore - 1968 - Snippet view
We may jot down the passages from the RgV. dhamanto vanam marutah sudanavah made somasya ranyani cakrire (I. 85.10) The word dhamantah (blowing) would indicate that originally it could not have been an "instrument with strings", ...

Journal of Indian history: Volume 46
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University of Kerala. Dept. of History, University of Allahabad. Dept. of Modern Indian History, University of Travancore - 1968 - Snippet view
Even in the case of the Maruts, who are said to "blow" (dhamantah) the vdna, the effects of Soma are referred to (made ... Let us consider another expression about vdna, which would help throw some more light on the point: — gobhir vdno ...




Dhamantah as the light in the eye



The Yoga of delight, wonder, and astonishment: a translation of ... - Page 35
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Jaideva Singh - 1991 - 173 pages - Google eBook - Preview
[Dharana 14] VERSE 37 OTTT?5T:5Jtwi'Hd«WrHld*l*l*(dH I Dhamantah- ksobhasambhutasuksmagnitilakakrtim / Bindum ... the dhama or tea (light existing in the eyes).3 By such practice the discursive thought (vikalpa) of the yogi disappears, ...



The Yoga of delight, wonder, and astonishment: a translation of ... - Page 35
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[Dharana 14] VERSE 37 OTTT?5T:5Jtwi'Hd«WrHld*l*l*(dH I Dhamantah- ksobhasambhutasuksmagnitilakakrtim / Bindum Sikhante hrdaye layante dhyayato layah // 37. TRANSLATION The yogi should meditate either ...

Dhamantah
- ksobhasambhutasuksmagnitilakakrtim / Bindum ... heart or in dvadasdnta1 on the bindu which is a subtle spark of fire resembling a tilaka* produced by pressure on the dhama ...
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