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" Other deities belonging to these several regions are portions of the [three] Gods; for they are variously named and described, on account of their different operations: but [in fact] there is only one Deity, the Great Soul (Median- Atma). "
A Handbook of Sanskrit Literature: With Appendices Descriptive of the ... - Page 10
by George Small - 1866 - 207 pages
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill - Hindus - 1817 - 777 pages
...ritual. " The syllable Om (Aum) intends," says a passage from the Veda translated by Mr. Colebrooke, " every deity : It belongs to Paramesht'hi, him who dwells in the supreme abode ; it appertains to Brahme, the vast one ; to Deva, god ; to Adhyatma, the superintending soul. Other deities belonging...
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill - Hindus - 1817 - 777 pages
...who dwells in the supreme abode ; it appertains to Brahme, the vast one ; to Deva, god ; to Adhyatma, the superintending soul. Other deities belonging to...those several regions, are portions of the three gods ;. praises of the sovereign, by whom the donation is made, it is said, " The gods had apprehensions...
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The Analectic Magazine

Washington Irving - 1820
...severally: and Piajapati, the lord of the creatures, is the (deity) of them, collectively. The syllable O'm intends every deity: it belongs to Paramesht'hi, him,...who dwells in the supreme abode; it appertains to (Brahme) the vast one; to (Deva) God; to (Adhij'atme) the superintending soul. Other deities, belonging...
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Metaphysical inquiry into method, objects, and result of ancient and modern ...

Isaac Preston Cory - Philosophy - 1833 - 222 pages
...dwells in the supreme abode ; it pertains to (Brahma) the vast one ; to (Deva) God ; to (Ad'hyatma) the superintending soul. Other deities, belonging to those several regions, are portions of * VIII. Asiatic Researches, 385.— Moor's Pantheon. the [three] gods ; for they are variously named...
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The Hindoos

Hindus - 1834
...creatures, is the deity of them collectively. The syllable Oğl4, intends every deity ; it belongs to him who dwells in the supreme abode : it appertains to (Brahma) the vast one ; to God, to the superintending soul. Other deities belonging to those several regions are portions of the...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - CHR 1834-1835 - 1834 - 24 pages
...creatures, is the deity of them collectively. The syllable OM4, intends every deity; it belongs to him who dwells in the supreme abode : it appertains to (Brahma) the vast one ; to God, to the superintending soul. Other deities belonging to those several regions are portions of the...
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Mythological Inquiry Into the Recondite Theology of the Heathens

Isaac Preston Cory - Religions - 1837 - 134 pages
...dwells in the supreme abode ; it pertains to (Brahma) the vast one ; to (Deva) God ; to (Ad'hyatma) the. superintending soul. Other deities, belonging to those several regions, are portions of * VIII. Asiatic Researches, 385. — Moor's Pantheon. the [three] gods ; for they are variously named...
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The Bhagavat-geeta, or Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon., Sansc., Canarese ...

John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore) - 1846
...others to determine." (Sir W. Jones, on the Gods of Greece, Italy, and India, 33.) The syllable Om (Aum) intends every Deity. It belongs to Parameshthi, him...who dwells in the supreme abode ; it appertains to Brahme, the vast one, to Deva, God; toAdhytama, the superintending soul." (Veda translated by Colebrooke,...
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson - Hindus - 1848
...ritual. " The syllable Om (Aum) intends," says a passage from the Veda translated by Mr. Colebrooke, " every deity : It belongs to Paramesht'hi, him who dwells in the supreme BOOK ii. abode : it appertains to Brahme, the vast one ; to __!__ Deva, god ; to Adhyatma, the superintending...
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The Bhagavat-Geeta, Or, Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon in Eighteen Lectures ...

J. Garrett - Bhagavadgītā - 1849 - 233 pages
...others to determine." (Sir W. Jones, on the Gods of Greece, Italy, and India, 33.) The syllable Om (Aum) intends every Deity. It belongs to Parameshthi, him...who dwells in the supreme abode; it appertains to Brahme, the vast one, to Deva, God; toAdhytama, the superintending soul." (Veda translated by Colebrooke,...
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