Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario
No encontramos ningún comentario en los lugares habituales.
Otras ediciones - Ver todas
according Acharya adopted adoration Aghori alms amongst Ananda Giri appears ascetic Asiatic authority Basava Bauddhas Benares Bengal Bhairava Bhakta Bhdgavat Bhdshd body Brahmans Brinddvan caste celebrated century Chaitanya character Charitra chief Dandis deity Devi devotion Digambaras disciples distinct divine division doctrines established existence faith followers founder Gautama Gosdins Guru Hari Hindu Hindustan India Jainas Jains Jangama Jina Jogis Kabir Kabir Panthis Kali Krishna Lakshmi latter legends Linga Mahant Mahavira Mantra Maths Maya meditation mendicant Mohammedan Moksha Nanak notions objects observed original peculiar person portion practice Prakriti present profess Pur ana Purdna Radha Raja Rama Ramanand Ramanuja religion religious residence rites saint Saiva Sakti Sankara Sannydsi Sanskrit Sddhs Sdktas shrine Sikhs Siva spirit Sri Vaishnavas Sutra teachers temple tenets thou Tirthankaras Tulasi Upper India Vairdgis Vaishnava sects various Vedas Veddnta veneration Vishnu votaries whilst worship Yoga
Página 401 - BARTLETT.— DICTIONARY OF AMERICANISMS. A Glossary of Words and Phrases colloquially used in the United States. By John Russell Bartlett.
Página 349 - The Creed of the lover differs from other Creeds. God is the faith and creed of those who love him, but to do good is best for the follower of every faith.
Página 404 - Vol. II. Part 2.— Papuan Languages of the Loyalty Islands and New Hebrides, comprising those of the Islands of Nengone, Lifu, Aneitum, Tana, and others. 8vo. p. 12. 6d. Vol. II. Part 3.— Fiji Islands and Rotuma (with Supplement to Part II., Papuan Languages, and Part I., Australia). 8vo. pp. 34. 1».
Página 39 - Rdmdnujas cook for themselves, and should the meal during this process, or whilst they are eating; attract even the looks of a stranger, the operation is instantly stopped, and the viands buried in the ground...
Página 401 - Etymology could afford him. He would read it through from cover to cover at a sitting, and only regret that he had not the second volume to begin upon forthwith. It Is a very able book, of great research, full of delightful surprises, a repertory of the fairy tales of linguistic science.
Página 224 - LANGLES' Monuments de L'Hindoostan. date cannot be much later than the eighth or ninth century, and it is therefore to be inferred with as much certainty as any thing short of positive testimony can afford, that the worship of SIVA, under this type, prevailed throughout India at least as early as the fifth or sixth century of the Christian era. Considered as one great branch of the universal public worship, its prevalence, no doubt, dates much earlier; but the particular modifications under which...
Página 43 - Veddnta doctrines, they deny that the deity is void of form or quality, and regard him as endowed with all good qualities, and with a two-fold form : the supreme spirit , Paramdtmd, or cause, and the gross one, the effect, the universe or matter.
Página 257 - Sakti is personated by a naked female, to whom meat and wine are offered, and then distributed amongst the assistants, the recitation of various Mantras and texts, and the performance of the Mudrd, or gesticulations with the fingers, accompanying the different stages of the ceremony ; and it is terminated with the most scandalous orgies amongst the votaries.