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adhydyas advaita Agastya ascetic asvdsas beatification Bhairava birth blank leaves boards book is long book is short Brahman calpam cavacham cavi Cdli cdndam ceremonies complete composite metre country paper damaged defective deity deva Devi Dherma diagrams diseases divine evil female energy folio French paper gayatri gita glory goddess Hanuman incomplete khandam kinds king Krishna Lacshmi leaf legend linga lunar day mahatmyam mala mantra marriage matters meaning medium length medium thickness mode of homage mulam names Ndrdyana ndt'ha octave original padalams padyas Parvati pieces planets praise of Siva prose puja purdnam purva raja Rama Rdma Rdmdyanam recent rishis ritual Rudra sacrifice sacti system Saiva sandhi Sanscrit sargas sastram sata satacam Scanda Sect sections Siva sldcas slightly injured slocas spell stanzas stottra supra sutras tatva thin tica Tripura Tripura sundari uncleanness upanishada uttara Vaishnava various vedas verga vidhi Vira Vishnu vrata words worm eaten worship yentra
Page lvi - And Jeroboam ordained a feast in the eighth month, on the fifteenth day of the month, like unto the feast that is in Judah, and he offered upon the altar.
Page 861 - For Witherington needs must I wail As one in doleful dumps ; For when his legs were smitten off, He fought upon his stumps.
Page 781 - Vamsa is chiefly occupied with the adventures of Krishna; but, as introductory to his era, it records particulars of the creation of the world, and of the patriarchal and regal dynasties. This is done with much carelessness and inaccuracy of compilation ; as I have had occasion, frequently, to notice, in the following pages.
Page 454 - The virtuous rise to the moon , where they enjoy the fruit of their good actions; and whence they return to this world to animate new bodies, and act in them, under providence, conformably with their propensities and predispositions, the trace of which remains.
Page 453 - Brahma, or spirit, and who is equally indifferent to pleasure or pain, insensible of heat or cold, and incapable of satiety or want.
Page 209 - Isis appeared to him in a dream, and told him that if he...
Page lxxvi - A further subdivision of more than two thousand sections (varga) is common to both methods; and the whole contains above ten thousand verses, or rather stanzas, of various measures.
Page lxxvii - Indian scripture is included under the general head of divinity — (Brahmana} — this comprises precepts which inculcate religious duties, maxims which explain those precepts, and arguments which relate to theology.
Page 852 - They replied saying, you say that Siva fills all space, and add that the divine influence is immortal : while the vital spark is mortal. This should 'be proved. Besides there must be one common principle of life extending from brutes up to deity. Explain this.