The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Svarupa - One’s own form



svarūpa

(H3) svá--rūpa=one's own form or shape , the form or shape of (gen. or comp. ; with or without śabdasya or śabda-sva-r° , " a word itself or in its own form " [opp. to its synonyms or varieties] ; with nāmnām = " names themselves ") MBh. Pan5cat. BhP. &c-own condition , peculiarity , character , nature (eṇa or ibc. , " by nature " , " in reality " " by itself ") RPra1t. Nr2isUp. Mn. &c-peculiar aim W.- kind , sort ib.-a partic. relation (in phil. » under sambandha) MW.-occurrence , event Campak. Uttamac. Sin6ha7s.-mfn. having one's own peculiar form or character MW.-mfn. having a like nature or character , similar , like , Sa1m2khyak. (w.r. for sa-r°)(H3B) svá--rūpa [L=258148] mfn. pleasing , handsome (for sa-r°) L.(H3B) svá--rūpa [L=258149] mfn. wise , learned L.(H3B) svá--rūpa [L=258150] m. N. of a daitya MBh.(H3B) svá--rūpa [L=258151] m. of a son of su-nandā Ma1rkP.(H3B) svá--rūpa [L=258152] m. of a pupil of caitanya W.(H3B) svá--rūpa [L=258153] m. or n. N. of a place Cat.



svarūpa
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258140]
(ifc. f(ā).) one's own form or shape , the form or shape of (gen. or comp. ; with or without śabdasya or śabda-sva-r° , " a word itself or in its own form " [opp. to its synonyms or varieties] ; with nāmnām = " names themselves ") MBh. Pan5cat. BhP. &c
1276,3] [L=258141]
ea or ibc. , " by nature " , " in reality " " by itself ") RPra1t. Nr2isUp. Mn. &c
1276,3] [L=258142]
W.
1276,3] [L=258143]
ib.
1276,3] [L=258144]
partic. relation (in phil. » under sambandha) MW.
1276,3] [L=258145]
Campak. Uttamac. Sin6ha7s.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258146]
having one's own peculiar form or character MW.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258147]
having a like nature or character , similar , like , Sa1m2khyak. (w.r. for sa-r°)
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258148]
pleasing , handsome (for sa-r°) L.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258149]
wise , learned L.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258150]
N. of a daitya MBh.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258151]
of a son of su-nandā Ma1rkP.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258152]
of a pupil of caitanya W.
svá--rūpa [p= 1276,3] [L=258153]
or n. N. of a place Cat.
svá--rūpā [p= 1276,3] [L=258154]
N. of a place MW.
sva-rūpa [p= 1282,1] [L=259269]
» [p= 1276,2].
(H3) n.
[p= own condition , peculiarity , character , nature (
[p= peculiar aim
[p= kind , sort
[p= a
[p= occurrence , event
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) f.
(H1) &c

Svarupa Usage

Śaṅkarācārya's concept of relation - Page 104


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(4) Svarupa In his translation of the Brahmasutrabhasya for the Sacred Books of the East series, George Thibaut habitually translates svarupa as "real nature" or "essential nature". It seems doubtful whether this succeeds in seizing the ...
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114 Svarupa is manifested in Rupa, so, Rupa is the only way to meet Svarupa. In many Baul songs the theory of Rupa ... It is said that one must realise Svarupa, the innate nature of the self. It is a sin on the part of sadhaka if he is ...
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Sva- Words

svarūpatā
svá--rūpa---tā [p= 1276,3] [L=258160]
(or -tva n.) the state of one's own form or nature (°tayā , " literally " , " in reality ") MBh. BhP. S3ak. Sch. Sa1h.

W.

for su-rūpa-tā Ra1jat.
(H4) f.
[L=258161]the having a natural form , identity of form or nature
[L=258162]w.r.
 svarūpin
svá--rūpin [L=258175]
having one's own or natural form MBh.

ifc.) R. Pur. Pan5car.

MBh. Inscr.

MW.

ib.
(H3) mfn.
[L=258176]appearing in the form of (
[L=258177]embodied
[L=258178]having essential properties
[L=258179]identical
 svasamuttha
svá--samuttha [p= 1277,1] [L=258257]
arising within self MBh.

Ma1rkP.
(H3) mfn.
[L=258258]produced or existing by self , natural
 svastha
svá--stha [L=258275]
(ā)n. self-abiding , being in one's self (or " in the self " Sarvad. ), being in one's natural state , being one's self uninjured , unmolested , contented , doing well , sound well , healthy (in body and mind ; often v.l. for su-stha) , comfortable , at ease (compar. -tara) MaitrUp. &c

W.

ib.
sva-stha [p= 1283,2] [L=259572]
» [p= 1271,1].
(H3) mf
[L=258276]relying upon one's self , confident , resolute , composed
[L=258277]self-sufficient , independent
(H1) &c
 svasthīk
svá--sthī- √ k [p= 1277,1] [L=258287]
-karoti , to make one's self , make well , reduce to one's natural condition Pan5cad.
(H3) P.
 svasthībhū
svá--sthī- √ bhū [L=258288]
-bhavati , to become one's self , return to one's natural condition , become well or sober Prab.
(H3) P.
 svasvabhāva
svá--svabhāva [L=258292]
one's natural disposition Mr2icch.
(H3) m.
 svākāra
svā* kāra [p= 1277,2] [L=258313]
(for sv-āk° » p.1283) one's own nature , natural disposition Pan5cat.
svā* kāra [L=258314]
having one's own form W.
sv-ākāra [p= 1283,2] [L=259575]
(for svā*kāra » [p= 1277,2]) of decent or respectable appearance Hcar.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
(H1) mfn.
 svānurūpa
svā* nurūpa [p= 1277,2] [L=258378]
resembling one's self , suited to one's character Katha1s.
1277,3] [L=258379]
W.
(H3) mfn.
[p= natural , innate
 svārtha
svā* rtha [L=258406]
one's own affair or cause , personal matter or advantage , self-interest , one's own aim or object (also pl.) MaitrUp. MBh. R. &c

MW.

Sa1h. Veda7ntas. TPra1t. Sch.

*rtha) , a pleonasm MW.

li*rtha-viśea L.
svā* rtha [L=258411]
(ā)n. directed to one's self egoistical (-tā f.) Kum. Tarkas. &c
svā* rtha [L=258412]
(ā)n. adapted to (its) purpose Car.
svā* rtha [L=258413]
(ā)n. having one's object , expressing (its) own inherent or true meaning , having a natural or literal meaning , having a similar merits (= *rtha) , pleonastic MW.
(H3) m.
[L=258407]one's own property or substance
[L=258408]own or original meaning
[L=258409]similar meaning (prob. for
[L=258410]=
(H3B) mf
(H3B) mf
(H3B) mf
 svaujas
svau* jas [p= 1278,1] [L=258469]
having natural or peculiar energy MW.
svau* jas [L=258470]
N. of a minister Nya1yam.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 svayakta
svaya--k [p= 1278,2] [L=258554]
(ā́)n. (or svayá-k°) made or performed or effected or committed or composed by one's self , natural , spontaneous (with vigraha , " a war undertaken on one's own account ") TBr. &c

Ya1jn5.
(H3) mf
[L=258554.1]adopted
 svayamavadīra
svayám--avadīra [p= 1278,3] [L=258588]
a natural fissure on the surface of the earth Kaus3.
(H3) n.
 svayamātna
svayám--ātna [L=258591]
(ā́)n. full of natural holes A1pS3r.
(H3) mf
 svayamātnṇṇavat
svayám--ātn° ṇṇa-vat [L=258593]
full of natural holes S3Br.
(H4) mfn.
 svayammta
svayám--mta [L=258666]
one who has died a natural death (lit. of his own accord) Pan5cat. Hit.
(H3) mfn.
 svābhāvika
svābhāvika [p= 1283,3] [L=259648]
(ī)n. (fr. svabhāva) belonging to or arising from one's own nature , natural , native , spontaneous , original , peculiar , inherent (-tva n.) Up. MBh. &c
svābhāvika [L=259649]
N. of a Buddhistic school (cf. Buddhac. ix , 48 ; 51) .
(H1) mf
(H1B) m. pl.
 svābhāviketara
svābhāvike* tara [L=259650]
(ā)n. not natural or inherent Sa1h.
(H3) mf
 svārasika
svārasika [p= 1284,2] [L=259731]
(fr. sva-rasa) possessing inherent flavour or sweetness (as a poem &c ) MW.

Naish.
(H1) mfn.
[L=259732]natural , self-evident
 svālakaya
svālakaya [L=259751]
(fr. sva-lakaa) specific characteristics , natural disposition Mn. ix , 19.


(H1) n.
brahmasvarūpa
brahma--svarūpa [p= 740,2] [L=147133]
of the nature or essence of the one self-existing Spirit W.
(H3) mfn.