The pandit: a monthly publication of hte Benares College, decoted to Sanskrit literature, Volume 7

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E.J Lazurus & Company, 1885

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Page 35 - That from whence these beings are born, that by which, when born, they live, that into which they enter at their death, try to know that. That is Brahman.
Page 132 - For him there is only delay so long as he is not delivered (from the body) ; then he will be perfect.
Page 83 - Brahmanas seek to know him by the study of the Veda, by sacrifice, by gifts, by• penance, by fasting, and he who knows him, becomes a Muni. Wishing for that world for Brahman only, mendicants leave their homes.
Page 35 - Then that Being having said, Let me make each of these three tripartite (so that fire, water, and earth should each have itself for its principal ingredient, besides an admixture of the other...
Page 84 - The sages, devoted to meditation and concentration, have seen the power belonging to God himself, hidden in its own qualities (guna).
Page 35 - From him who perceives all and who knows all, whose brooding (penance) consists of knowledge from him (the highest Brahman) is born that Brahman, name, form, and matter (food).
Page 71 - That lower one also, not larger than a thumb, but brilliant like the sun, who is endowed with personality and thoughts, with the quality of mind and the quality of body, is seen small even like the point of a goad.
Page 79 - Lord, they become immortal. 1 know that great person (purusha) of sunlike lustre beyond the darkness. A man who knows him truly, passes over death; there is no other path to go.
Page 132 - The fetter of the heart is broken, all doubts are solved, all his works (and their effects) perish when He has been beheld who is high and low (cause and effect) \ 9.
Page 35 - When a man, being thus asleep, sees no dream whatever, he becomes one with that prana alone. Then speech goes to him, when he is absorbed in prana, with all names, the eye with all forms, the ear with all sounds, the mind with all thoughts.

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