Still more alarmed by their want of i "ifuni — a holy sage, a pious and learned person, endowed with more or less of a divine nature, or having attained to it by rigid abstraction and mortification. Selections from the Mahábhárata - Page 210by Horace Hayman Wilson - 1842 - 265 pagesFull view
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Mariasusai Dhavamony - Religion - 1982 - 525 pages
...(conscience)' (hridayesu sthitah). He is also the one who knows Brahman. 3 We can describe a muni as a holy sage, a pious and learned person, endowed with...less of a divine nature, or having attained it by mortification and concentration. The title is applied then to great religious personages in Hinduism,...