About Bhava

The Sanskrit word bhava (भव) means being, worldly existence, becoming, birth, be, production, origin, but also habitual or emotional tendencies.

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has also termed of becoming or the . The is the which represents the complex pictures of views of the . Buddhists believe that the existence of the cycle of our life, death, rebirth, and seeks to escape together as a whole. According to , the wheel of life is divided into five or six states or , into which a soul .

Trimurti – Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva

The is a concept in in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified by the of  the creator, the maintainer or preserver and the destroyer or transformer. These three deities have been called "the triad" or the "Great ". However, the and medieval texts of Hinduism feature many triads of and , some of which do not include Shiva. Trimurti - The supreme lords The Hindu .

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The last statement of the to his disciples was “.” The disciples were crying and weeping. It was only natural since the master was leaving and they had lived with him for forty years, some the whole time. These forty years were of tremendous encompassing many great experiences. These forty years had been the most beautiful time humanly possible. These forty years had been days of paradise on earth. And now .
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Categories of Mandala

, a word that means a and represents the wholeness. are recognized generally by concentric circles and probably many other geometric figures. Mandalas are the most admired and discussed symbol in . These are the geometric designs intended to symbolize the , and the link is made to their use in and practices. The word mandala has two parts. The root word is Manda and -la is a suffix .
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Glossary of Sanskrit words & phrases

The following list consists of notable concepts that are derived from Hindu and Buddhist cultures and associated traditions, which are expressed as words in Sanskrit or other Indic languages and Dravidian languages. The main purpose of this list is to make it easy for one to find specific concepts, and to provide a guide to unique concepts of and all in one place. Many Sanskrit concepts have an Indian secular meaning as well as .