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(HinduDharma: Mimamasa - Karmamarga)

PRATYAYA:

Qualifying suffix.

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KUMARILABHATTA :

Tirupputkuzhi Krsnatatacariyar's Bhattasaram, as its name suggests, is a summary of the ideas of Kumarilabhatta. It was first published early in the century.

- Ra. Ga.

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SABARAM :

Lakshmipuram Sri Srinivasacariyar's Sabara - bhasya - bhusanam is an elucidation of the Sabara- bhasya.

- Ra. Ga.

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BRAHMINS:

One of the two Brahmins represents the Visvedeva and the second represents the fathers.

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KARTA :

Or they use equivalents of this word.

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SANKHYAS :

Those who support the Sankhya system of philosophy, Sankhya being one of the six darsanas.

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MAHABHUTAS:

"Tanmatras" and "mahabhutas" may be understood as the "subtle elements " and the "material elements " respectively.

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SANKHYA - SUTRAS:

See notes appended to Chapter 32, Part Five.

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UPADESA :

See Sanskrit Glossary for the correct meaning of "upadesa ".

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ISAVASYOPANISAD :

Kurvanneveha karmani jijvisecchatam samah

Evam tvayi nanyatheto'sti na karma lipyate nare.

- Isavasyopanisad, 2.

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ARTHAVADA :

See Chapter 34, Part Five.

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JNANA :

See notes appended to Chapter 32, Part Five.


PITR - LOKAORDEVA - LOKA :

"Pitr- loka", world of the fathers (the manes); devaloka, world of the celestials, svarga or paradise.

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SCHOLAR - LIONS :

"Pandita - simhas" is the term used by the Paramaguru.

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RAMASUBBA SASTRI :

Ramasubba Sastri has attacked sacrifices in his book "Pasu-maraka-mardanam"

- Ra. Ga.

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"Hindu Dharma" is a book which contains English translation of certain invaluable and engrossing speeches of Sri Sri Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi MahaSwamiji (at various times during the years 1907 to 1994).
For a general background, please see here