The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Krama - Series, Progress, Order, Method


udgacchantīṃ taḍitrūpām praticakraṃ kramāt kramam |
ūrdhvaṃ muṣṭitrayaṃ yāvat tāvad ante mahodayaḥ || 29 ||

kramadvādaśakaṃ samyag dvādaśākṣarabheditam |
sthūlasūkṣmaparasthityā muktvā muktvāntataḥ śivaḥ || 30 ||

krama
  • m. a step
  • going , proceeding , course
  • the way
  • a position taken (by an animal &c ) before making a spring or attacking
  • [the foot
  • uninterrupted or regular progress , order , series , regular arrangement , succession (e.g. varṇa-krameṇa , " in the order of the castes "
  • hereditary descent
  • method , manner (e.g. yena krameṇa , in which manner R. ii , 26 , 20 ; tad-anusaraṇa-krameṇa , so as to go on following him Hit. )
  • diet
  • custom , rule sanctioned by tradition
  • (kramaṁ √1. kṛ , " to follow that rule ")
  • occasion , cause (with gen. or ifc.)
  • " progressing step by step " , a peculiar manner or method of reading and writing Vedic texts (so called because the reading proceeds from the 1st member , either word or letter , to the 2nd , then the 2nd is repeated and connected with the 3rd , the 3rd repeated and connected with the 4th , and so on ; this manner of reading in relation to words is called pada- [ TPra1t. ii , 12] , in relation to conjunct consonants varṇa- [ib.]) Pra1t.
  • the words or letters themselves when combined or arranged in the said manner ib.
  • (in dram.) attainment of the object desired (or accord. to others " noticing of any one's affection ")
  • (in rhet.) a kind of simile (in which the comparisons exhibited correspond to each other in regular succession)
  • power , strength L.
  • krámeṇa, ind. instr. in regular course , gradually , by degrees
  • ind. abl. in regular course , gradually , by degrees
  • according to order or rank or series


krama
kráma [L=57750]
a step AV. x , 5 , 25 ff. TS. iii MBh. &c

cf. kāla-k°) Mr2icch. Pan5cat. Ma1lati1m. Hit.

R. ii , 25 , 2

&c ) before making a spring or attacking Pan5cat. Bhat2t2. ii , 9

MBh. iii , 14316

e.g. vara-kramea , " in the order of the castes " Mn. viii , 24 and ix , 85) AV. viii , 9 , 10 RPra1t. xv , 5 Ka1tyS3r. R. &c

Ya1jn5. ii , 119

e.g. yena kramea , in which manner R. ii , 26 , 20 ; tad-anusaraa-kramea , so as to go on following him Hit. )

Car. vi , 13

Ma1rkP. xxiii , 112

krama √1. k , " to follow that rule ") Nya1yam.

gen. or ifc.) Katha1s. xviii , 380 Hit.

pada- [ TPra1t. ii , 12] , in relation to conjunct consonants vara- [ib.]) Pra1t.

ib.

dram.) attainment of the object desired (or accord. to others " noticing of any one's affection ") Das3ar. i , 36 f. Sa1h. Prata1par.

rhet.) a kind of simile (in which the comparisons exhibited correspond to each other in regular succession) Va1m. iv , 3 , 17

L.

Mn. Ragh. &c
krama [p= 1325,3] [L=329110]
comp.)


(H2) m.
[L=57751]going , proceeding , course (
[L=57752]the way
[L=57753]a position taken (by an animal
[L=57754]the foot
[L=57755]uninterrupted or regular progress , order , series , regular arrangement , succession (
[L=57756]hereditary descent
[L=57757]method , manner (
[L=57758]diet
[L=57759]custom , rule sanctioned by tradition
[L=57760](
[L=57761]occasion , cause (with
[L=57762]" progressing step by step " , a peculiar manner or method of reading and writing Vedic texts (so called because the reading proceeds from the 1st member , either word or letter , to the 2nd , then the 2nd is repeated and connected with the 3rd , the 3rd repeated and connected with the 4th , and so on ; this manner of reading in relation to words is called
[L=57763]the words or letters themselves when combined or arranged in the said manner
[L=57764](in
[L=57765](in
[L=57766]power , strength
[L=57768]according to order or rank or series
(H2) (in



kramāt

krámāt [L=57767.1]
abl. in regular course , gradually , by degrees R. Pan5cat. Ragh. &c

(H2C) 

ind.






also:

kram
Whitney Roots links: kram
kram [p= 319,3] [L=57749]
krā́mati ( Pa1n2. 7-3 , 76 ; ep. also kramati) , kramate ( Pa1n2. 1-3 , 43 , ep. also krāmate ; according to Pa1n2. 3-1 , 70 also cl.4 P. krāmyati [kramyati Vop. ] ; aor. akramīt RV. &c ; A1. krámiṣṭa , krasate [ RV. i , 121 , 1] , 3. pl. cákramanta [ RV. ii , 19 , 2] ; perf. cakrāma , or cakrame ; p. cakramāá RV. x , 123 , 3 ; fut. kramiyati or krasyate ind.p. krāntvā , krantvā , or kramitvā Pa1n2. 6-4 , 18 and vii , 2 , 36) , to step , walk , go , go towards , approach (with áccha , ádhi acc. or loc.) RV. AV. TS. &c  ; 
to approach in order to ask for assistance (with
loc.) AV. iv , 11 , 12 and xix , 17 , 1  ; 
to go across , go over
MBh. R. &c  ; 
Ved. to climb (as on a tree's branch)
Pa1n2. 7-1 , 40 Ka1s3.  ; 
to cover (in copulation)
AV. iv , 4 , 7  ; 
to stretch over , project over , tower above , (
ind.p. krāntvā) Ragh. i , 14  ; 
to take possession of
Pan5cat.  ; 
A1. to undertake , strive after , make effort for (dat.) Pa1n2. 1-3 , 38 ; 3-1 , 14 Ka1s3.  ; 
(
loc.) Bhat2t2. xv , 20  ; 
A1. ( Pa1n2. 1-3 , 38) to proceed well , advance , make progress , gain a footing , succeed , have effect MBh. R. Bhat2t2.  ; 
to be appliable or practicable
Sarvad.  ; 
P. to be liable to the peculiar arrangement of a Vedic text called krama (i.e. to be doubled , as a letter or word) RPra1t. vi , 4  ; 
A1. to read according to the krama arrangement of a Vedic text RPra1t. La1t2y. (a-krānta): Caus. P. kramayati , to cause to step S3Br. v ; xi  ; 
kramayati or krām° , to make liable to the peculiar arrangement called krama (i.e. to double a letter or word) RPra1t. &c : Intens. cakramyate ( Pa1n2. 3-1 , 23 Ka1s3. ; p. ca-kramyámāa [ TS. vii , 1 , 19 , 3 MBh. ] or °kramam° MBh. i , 7919 and BhP. v , 6 , 7) or cakramīti ( MBh. xiv , 137 and 141 ; impf. 2. pl. cakramata RV. viii , 55 , 4 ; fut. p. cakramiyát TS. vii , 1 , 19 , 3 ; ind.p. °mitvā Vop. v , 3 ; cf. °mitá) , to step to and fro , walk or wander about.
(H1) cl.1 P. A1.
 krama
kráma [L=57750]
a step AV. x , 5 , 25 ff. TS. iii MBh. &c

cf. kāla-k°) Mr2icch. Pan5cat. Ma1lati1m. Hit.

R. ii , 25 , 2

&c ) before making a spring or attacking Pan5cat. Bhat2t2. ii , 9

MBh. iii , 14316

e.g. vara-kramea , " in the order of the castes " Mn. viii , 24 and ix , 85) AV. viii , 9 , 10 RPra1t. xv , 5 Ka1tyS3r. R. &c

Ya1jn5. ii , 119

e.g. yena kramea , in which manner R. ii , 26 , 20 ; tad-anusaraa-kramea , so as to go on following him Hit. )

Car. vi , 13

Ma1rkP. xxiii , 112

krama √1. k , " to follow that rule ") Nya1yam.

gen. or ifc.) Katha1s. xviii , 380 Hit.

pada- [ TPra1t. ii , 12] , in relation to conjunct consonants vara- [ib.]) Pra1t.

ib.

dram.) attainment of the object desired (or accord. to others " noticing of any one's affection ") Das3ar. i , 36 f. Sa1h. Prata1par.

rhet.) a kind of simile (in which the comparisons exhibited correspond to each other in regular succession) Va1m. iv , 3 , 17

L.

Mn. Ragh. &c
krama [p= 1325,3]
(H2) m.
[L=57751]going , proceeding , course (
[L=57752]the way
[L=57753]a position taken (by an animal
[L=57754]the foot
[L=57755]uninterrupted or regular progress , order , series , regular arrangement , succession (
[L=57756]hereditary descent
[L=57757]method , manner (
[L=57758]diet
[L=57759]custom , rule sanctioned by tradition
[L=57760](
[L=57761]occasion , cause (with
[L=57762]" progressing step by step " , a peculiar manner or method of reading and writing Vedic texts (so called because the reading proceeds from the 1st member , either word or letter , to the 2nd , then the 2nd is repeated and connected with the 3rd , the 3rd repeated and connected with the 4th , and so on ; this manner of reading in relation to words is called
[L=57763]the words or letters themselves when combined or arranged in the said manner
[L=57764](in
[L=57765](in
[L=57766]power , strength
[L=57768]according to order or rank or series
(H2) 


kramapāha
kráma--pāha [p= 320,1] [L=57787]
the krama reading (i.e. a peculiar " step by step " arrangement of a Vedic text made to secure it from all possible error by , as it were , combining the sahitā-pāha and the padapāha i.e. by giving the words both as connected and unconnected with following and preceding words ; » also krama above ) VPra1t. iv , 180 Sch. Pa1n2. 8-4 , 28 , Kaiy.
(H3) m.







comp.)
(in
 kramatas
kráma--tas [p= 319,3] [L=57781]
gradually , successively

(H3) ind.
[L=57781.1]in order.
 kramabhaga
kráma--bhaga [p= 320,1] [L=57792]
interruption of order
(H3) m.
 kramabhraṣṭa
kráma--bhraṣṭa [L=57794]
interrupted or irregular order of words or meanings , Prata1par.
(H3) n.
 kramayoga
kráma--yoga [L=57796]
succession , regular order , successive or methodical practice Mn. i , 42 R. vi , 16 , 60
(H3) m.
 kramayaugapadya
kráma--yaugapadya [L=57798]
successive order and simultaneousness Sarvad.
(H3) n. du.
 kramagata
kramágata [L=57820]
descended or inherited lineally , (anything) coming from one's ancestors in regular succession Na1r.

Pan5cat. &c

ifc. Mn. ii , 18 Ya1jn5. Pan5cat. Hit.

Car. iii , 8
krama--gata [p= 1325,3] [L=329110.1]
come into the way of (gen.), Ma1lati1m.
(H3) mfn.
[L=57821](a servant)
[L=57822]often
[L=57823]successive , in due order
(H3) mfn.
 kramānuyāyin
kramā* nuyāyin [p= 320,1] [L=57828]
following the methodical order.
(H3) mfn.
 kramānusāra
kramā* nusāra [L=57829]
regular order , due arrangement.
(H3) m.
 kramāyāta
kramā* yāta [L=57831]
descended or inherited lineally , coming from one's ancestors in regular succession W.

Pan5cat.

W.
(H3) mfn.
[L=57832]one who has acceded to the throne by succession
[L=57833]proceeding in regular order