: Existence-consciousness-bliss. Ajnani (ajnaani) : Ignorant. 27 Indian prosody studies developed two types of stanzas. Festivals should be celebrated in a spirit of brotherhood with restrain and austerity. Pinda or Pindas : The sphere of gross material existence. Pancharatra or panchatratra : Vaishnava Sanskrit texts. . See also how to cite a policy essay mla Sat (satva).
Vrittis : Whirlpool, disturbance upon the otherwise calm waters of the mind; subtle desires or stimuli coming up in the mind causing action; mental tendencies. 27 The Vritta note 3 stanzas are further recognized in three forms, with Samavritta where the four quarters are similar in its embedded mathematical pattern, Ardhasamavritta where alternate verses keep similar syllabic structure, and Vishamavritta where all four quarters are different. Of the various commentaries, those widely studied are the three 6th century texts - Jayadevacchandas, Janashrayi Chandovichiti and Ratnamanjusha, 20 the 10th century commentary by Karnataka prosody scholar Halayudha, who also authored the grammatical Shastrakavya and Kavirahasya (literally, The Poet's Secret ). Jada samadhi (jada samaadhi) : Lower level of samadhi ; the condition of absorption where a person is like an inert object. Panchagni vidya or panch agni vidya : Wisdom of the Five Fires. A perfectly balanced guru. Uttarayana : Six month's of the sun's northern path. Shama : Peaceful condition of the mind leading to a state of calmness and tranquility; the first of the shat (six) sampattis. Doi :.1007/s. The great and popular Ramayana epic is presented in dance-drama form on specially erected stages all over India during the preceding nine days.