The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Kadacana-Any Time


ity etat kathitaṃ devi paramāmṛtam uttamam |
etac ca naiva kasyāpi prakāśyaṃ tu
kadācana || 157 ||


kadā

kadā́ [p= 248,1] [L=42894]
(fr. 2. ka) , when? at what time? (with following fut. or pres. tense Pa1n2. 3-3 , 5) RV. MBh. Pan5cat. &c

RV. viii , 5 , 22

RV. vii , 29 , 3

nu khalu , when about ? MBh. iii

ca and preceding yadā , whenever , as often as possible (e.g. yadā́ kadā́ ca sunávāma sómam , let us press out the soma as often as may be or at all times RV. iii , 53 , 4)

caná , never at any time RV. AV. TUp. Hit. &c

irr. also) at some time , one day , once MBh. xiii Katha1s. &c

, never RV. vi , 21 , 3 Subh.

, never at any time RV. AV. &c

, at some time or other , sometimes , once

, never

*pi , sometimes , now and then

*pi , never ; ([cf. Zd. kadha ; Gk. κότε and πότε ; Lat. quando ; Lith. kada4 ; Slav. ku8da.])

(H1) 

ind.
[L=42894.05]at some time , one day
[L=42894.10]how?
[L=42894.15]with a following
[L=42894.20]with a following
[L=42894.25]with a following
[L=42894.30](
[L=42894.35]na kadā́
[L=42894.40]na kadā cana
[L=42894.45]kadā cit
[L=42894.50]na kadā cit
[L=42894.55]kadā
[L=42894.60]na kadā






A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 248
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- 2005 - 1333 pages - Preview
&c. ; nakada, never, RV. vi, 2 1 , 3 ; Subh. ; na kada cana, never at any time, RV. ; AV. &c, ; kada cit, at some time or other, sometimes, once ; na kada cit, never ; iaddpi, sometimes, now and then ; na kadapi, never ; [cf. ...
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Sir Monier Monier-Williams


Vedabase gives it as “at any time.”






The Vivekacūḍāmaṇi of Śaṅkarācārya Bhagavatpāda: an introduction ... - Page 193
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, Śaṅkarācārya - 2004 - 292 pages - Preview
... there occur the following words, 'I say that negligence is death itself. pramada = negligence; carelessness; brahma-nisthayarh = being firmly established in the Absolute; na kartavyah = never be; kadacana = at any time; ...
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John A. Grimes

A Sanskrit grammar, including both the classical language, and the ... - Page 218
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But the use also of the optative with na not in a prohibitive sense appears in the Veda, and becomes later a familiar construction: thus, na risyema kada cana (EV.) may we suffer no harm at any time j na ca 'tisrjen nk juhuyat ( A V.) ...
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William Dwight Whitney


Tantra, its therapeutic aspect
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- 1987 - 161 pages - Snippet view
Tantra Symbols : Tantra has been largely misunderstood for its symbolic language . The cause behind this is that, ... nirgunarh loke na bhutarh no bhavisyati | Nirgunah Parmatmassou na tu drsyah Kadacana || 70 || Vyas, Krusna Dwaipayana. ...
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Pragna Rasiklal Shah
Bhagavad Gita Demystified: Volume 1 - Page 726
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... little use for the vedic scriptures as these are like a pool of water in a place which is already in flood. karmani: in the duties; eva: only; adhikarah: right; fe: of you; ma: never; phalesu: in the fruits; kadacana: at any time; ...
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Nithyananda Paramahamsa
The daily evening and morning offering (Agnihotra) according to ... - Page 49
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- 1976 - 211 pages - Preview
39 This means that the performer may never be careless about the exact time of the performance, but should pay attention to the success and possible mishap of his sacrifice whenever (yada kadacana) he offers. ...
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H. W. Bodewitz