The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Vivarjita-Free from



śrī devy uvāca |
devadeva triśūlāṅka kapālakṛtabhūṣaṇa |
digdeśakālaśūnyā ca vyapadeśavi
varjitā || 22 ||


vivarjita
vi-° varjita [p= 988,3] [L=200274]
avoided , left , abandoned by , destitute or deprived of , free or exempt from (instr. or comp.) Up. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c
988,3] [L=200275]
ifc.) that from which anything is excluded , excepting , excluding Ka1v. VarBr2S.
988,3] [L=200276]
Gan2it.
988,3] [L=200277]
Ma1rkP.
(H3) mfn.
[p= (
[p= that from which anything is subtracted , diminished by
[p= distributed , given



vivj
vi- √ vj [p= 988,2] [L=200269]
-varjayati , to exclude , avoid , shun , abandon , leave Mn. MBh. &c  ; 
to distribute , give (
» below) .
(H1) Caus.





Vivarjita Usage





A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 1032
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Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 2005 - 1333 pages - Preview
opposed to, Yajn. ; -kalmasha, mfn. having taint or guilt removed, free from sin , Mn. iv, 260 ; -ghrina, mfn. devoid of ... Cat.; -vat, mfn., see a-vyabAicdra- vat ; -vivarjita, mfn. free from extravagance or debauchery, Hit. ; "rdrtham, ...
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Tattva Vivekah (chap. I): - Page 100
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Tejomayananda (Swami) - 2006 - 133 pages - Preview
Similarly one may ask - does activity (kriya) exist in that which is with activity (sakriyd) or without activity (niskriyd), do types or species exist in that which is free from categories (jdti vivarjita) or with categories (sajdti), ...
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Garuḍa purāṇa: a study
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Natesa Gangadharan - 1972 - 561 pages - Snippet view
Names describing His greatness in a negative way as free from one or the other defect : Agninavihlna, aghenaparivarjita, apanenavihlna, akas*ena- vihlna, udakena vivarjita, udanena vihina, karoavarjita, kamena varjita, kalavarjita, ..
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Hermeneutical essays on Vedāntic topics - Page 30
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John Geeverghese Arapura - 1986 - 207 pages - Preview
devoid of all differences of space, place and time (digdesakdld- dibhedasunya). 11 The words sunya (devoid of) and vivarjita (free from), like many other similar words, added to other predicative terms, form compounds signifying negative ..
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Indologica Taurinensia: Volume 28
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International Association of Sanskrit Studies, Istituto di Indologia - 2002 - Snippet view
7); sarva-prapanca-vivarjita (free from all phenomena, loc. cit.) etc., etc. All these are various ways of expressing Nirguna Brahman. What is true of Niruguna Brahman is also true of knowledge. But when we speak of knowledge of Brahman
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Facets of feminism: studies on the concept of woman in Indian ... - Page 99
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Raghunath Ghosh - 2005 - 118 pages - Preview
It is Ramacandra who said — 4I know that Sita is free from sin. In spite of this the public censure seems stronger ... Though it is said — 'Pathi ndri vivarjita' (women are not to be accompanied on the way), it may be taken as true in ...
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The hymns of Śaṅkara - Page 67
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Śaṅkarācārya, T. M. P. Mahadevan, Toṭakācārya - 1980 - 188 pages - Preview
rathya-karpata-viracita-kanthah punyapunya-vivarjita?panthahi / yogi yoga- niyojita-citto ramate ... They are perfectly free — totally and absolutely free. Their outer appearance may often be misleading. They may be repulsive to look at . ...
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