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Vicleb xxxy vadi

— Significance of the Nydya- word/ nigraha-sthana or fallacy. — The Principal Varieties of Substance, Attribute, and Movement: Seven principal varieties of each. It is much more present in the act of sin, truly; but it is present in the other also. Jfdyd, I, 288 ; II, 135 ; 4 illusion,’ is the combination of 4 1 ’ and 4 This,’ 118 ; is the 4 Necessity of the movement ’ involved in 4 1-this-not-am,’ I, lii ; is 4 Samsara,* the World-process, the Not-Self PRA^f AVA-VAp A I, If ;« 1 energy ’ in its all-transcendent, absolute aspect, I, 302 ; etymol., 302, note 1 ; the necessity of the manifestation of opposition, II, 235 ; — or Paivi-prakrti, III, I, note 1 ; — is the opposite of Brahman, III, 104, note 1. Mindy the magazine, I, 24, note 1, 59, note 1 ; II, 49, note 1* min&raly vegetable, animal and human evolution, III, 171, etc. miscarriage must occur if the permanent atom is absent, I, 178, note 1. mudra, 4 gesture, expression, attitude,* I, 228, note 1, 232, twenty-four different kinds, I, 229. mukfa, the 4 liberated * or 4 emancipated,* I, 7 ; II, 192, note 1 ; the 4 free,’ I, 95 ; the 4 delivered from the heresy of separateness,* I, 38 ; the 4 self- joined,’ I, 106, 94, 108, note 1, 139, 144. murdha-s(hdna Buddha’s and Gobhili’s Bhashyas on the same and Sangifa-pabhd , I, xlii. paramdrfha, * supreme interest * or ‘ Universalism/ 1*18, 277 ; this only to be performed, I, 66, 154 ; — or transcendental standpoint, 1, 359, note 1 ; — drshti , I, 87, note 1 ; — prapd , commentary on the Olfd by Surya Daivajna, III, 260, note 1. Parameshvara , ruler of a loka, containing two shankhas of mahavishvas, I, 81 ; II, 72. prandyama, 4 breath regulation or lengthening I, 106, 229,231. Prashasfa-pada , author of a Bhashya on Vai- sheshzka- Sutra, I, xl, 29, note 1. Prashnottara , ‘question and answer,’ former title of the organ of the Indian Section of the Theo- sophical Society, I, vii, viii, xxxvi. pra/4sftd&7iya,-Vyakarana, Veda-grammar, II, 245, 98 note 1. INDEX 113 G Gamana , agamana, pragamana, or going, coming, movement, II, 305, 306. — The pseudo-con- tinuity despite manifest discreteness of dravyas, etc. — The sub- divisions or kinds of dravya dealt with by Nydya and Vauhesliika . — Precedence aud succedenco amongst the factors of the triplet. — Detailed consider- ation of dravyas in terms of logia in the Shdkhds of the Vedas. — The peculiarity of soriptural sentences ; eacli golf -complete. For, apparently, acts of merit may be regarded as having the effect of emancipation. Even m the act of merit (as distin- guished from the act of duty) the sense of sepa- rateness is present. mafanga-c Jiarma , elephant-skin, I, 341, mafra t 4 vowel-mark,* 109, 110, matrimonial questions , I, 64, note 1. mafup y grammatical affix changing into van , III, 132. metre , II, 108 ; works on Samslqrt-metre, I, viii, xli ; 4 ohhandas’ : Gaya$rl, U§hnik, Tri-shtubh, Anuah- tup, B? micro-kinesis and micro-psychosis, I, 208; micro- organisms , 4 pitys,’ 1, 179, note 1. It tmamsdy * repeated examination * within the mind or interpreting the intention, I, ix, xiii, xlv, 18 ; H, 57, note 1, 134, 140, 142, 146, 307, 324; III, 52, 60 ; etymol., II, 146, note 1 ; synthesises kar- tavya, a-kar^avya and bliinna, as also svartha, pararfha and paramartha, I, 18. mind , the lower mind, ‘ manas ’ or ‘ kama-manas,’ III, 218. Mrga is the vahana of Mah&- Vishnu, I, 317; — charma , deer-skin, I, 341. paramdnus , 1 atoms, super-atoms,’ II, 3, 4, 11, 24, 30, li.2; III, 133. Paramatmd , the 4 supreme Ego,’ as one of the three main objects of enquiry, I, 1, 9, 214 ; II, 159, 182 ; — and sutrdtmds , II, 215. pramdna , ‘ evidence,’ I, 16 ; 1 measure, standard, evidence, means of ascertaining,’ II, 156; ‘proof,’ III, 85; corresponds to shama, etc., I, 17 ; — prameya and samshaya , ‘ evidence, fact and doubt,’ II* 157. Pranava , a name for the sacred syllable AUM, I, lxxxii, 7, 22, note 1, 59, 77, 86, 100, INDEX 77 116, note 1, 251, 339 ; II, 62, 72, 80, note 1, 138, 340, 341, 345 ; its endlessness, I, 93 ; is taught first, together with Gayatri, I, 219 ; — arnava , 4 A U M’s ocean,* I, xlvi, 8 ; — prabhd , A U M’s splendour, I, 8 ; pradipikd , 4 A U M’s little lamp ’ or commentary, 1, 8 — Vdda , I, xxvii, note 1, x xviii, liii, 54, note 1, 143, note 1, 153, note 1, 200, 259, note 1, 289, noto 1,369, note 1 ; II, 165, note 1, 274, note 3, 281, note 1, 286 note 1; dictated in Benares at Durgakund from August 30th, 1900, till January 19th, 1901, I, xxxvii, liv, lv, lvi ; written by Gargyayana, I, xliv ; its story, xlvii , called at first Pranava Bhashya, I, lii ; identities of thought between The Science of Peace and the Pranava - Vdda , I, lix ; genuineness discussed, I, lxiv-lxxxi ; its size, lxxii ; its nature, I, lxxxii, etc, ; its mariner, I, lxxxviii, etc. ; consists of sixteen thousand shloka-measures of thirty-two syllables, I, 8 ; III, 1, note 1, 12, note 1, 126, note 1 ; — vivechinl , the 4 discriminating discussion of AUM,* I, 8. 78 PRANAVA-VAp A p rasdrana, ‘ expansion, ’ II, 176, note 1 ; series of births, III, 20 ; ‘ law of expansion, * II, 14. Frashasfa-nydya , glorification of the i All-is-Not/ II, 165. God, Man, Nature or Paramatma, Jivatma, Prakrti, I, 9 ; III, 56. Gunas , the three, sattva, rajas, tamas, I, 9, 132, 218, 306, note ; II, 7, note, 275, note; III, 1, 43, note, 65, 67, 71, 72, 84, 173, 194.

v a to conceive even for a moment the sepa- rability of his I from his f this 9 or body. N National life, three divisions of, I, 351, note ; Ndsfika , As^ika, Mastika, I, 21. — The worlds of tho ideal and the real, mental and material, subtle and gross, inner and outer, and the third or universal. — Distribution of effects by means of the group-soul. Hence fear has been defined also as the opposition of condi- tions, from the standpoint of v i r a g a, (absence of inclination, when the mind shrinks from and fears to take up the burdens of the world). When a jiva, feeling exclusively the importance of his own individual self, wishes to overleap the due order of events, and to express his own c h i 1 1 a, mind, too quickly and unsuccessfully — the mood of mind that results is anger. And when we feel the former to be the weaker then we feel fear. — The Triplet of Substance- q.uality-Movement : The reason of this endless prapancha, 4 qnintuplicate’ ado. — Inter- dependence of past, present and future in the independence of Svabhfiva. — Other names, iidi for buddhi-tattva, aim* # pud aka for Mahattattva. — Gradual evolution of tattvas in successive manvantaras, together with corresponding qualities and senses. — Samvrta and pravfta, the qualities of acli and anupadaka. — Considerations as to tho normal develop- ment of these in tho course of ages and manvantaras, and their abnormal develop- ment by yoga. From all the above it is obvious that, gener- ally speaking, joy, love, virtue, altruism, and s varga or heaven go together; and sorrow, hate, vice, selfishness, and narakaor purgatory form the opposite group ; while moksha, peace, n i s h-k a m a karma or desireless duty (i.e., duty which is free from all selfish desire) and all-inclusiveness are different from both. Prabhdsas , three hundred and sixty in number, II, 10, note I. Prachetah , author of a work on Dhanurvidyd , I, xir. prakdra , 4 method,’ II, 273 ; 4 method, law,’ I, 357 ; ‘manner’ of in ter- dependences and conjunctions between natural constitutions, I, 4 ; prakaras or 4 modes’ of the Gayatri, I, 109. 76 PRA^AVA-VA1)A Prakrfi, the essential nature of the penultimates, II, I, 17 ; ‘general nature and powers,’ I, 241 ; ‘infinite nature I, 17 ;=Nature, I, 87, note 1 ;* original, simple unmodified nature ’ of the constituents of A U M, I, 4 ; is one of the three main objects of enquiry, I, 9 ; — khanda , I. — Sense-organs and qualities corresponding to these. Thus intricately interlaced are the opposite everywhere, always passing by invisible gradations, the one into the other, always eluding and evading the close scrutiny, although, to the superficial view, they appeared ter have well-marked differences . Their middle condition only is ap- parently definite/* “ From the great deep to the 264 PRANAVA-VAPA. * pleasure , kama,* as an object of life, I, 21 ; — and pain , I, 36. Prabhdntariksha , I, xiii ; rabhava, 4 plenum II, 342. prajndpana , communication, II, 62 ; the 1 making known,’ III, 37. — Manas-buddhi-ahahkara — Sensa- tion, perception, imagination ; apprdhen- sion, comprehension, ambition; position, composition, supposition. — Relation of subtle and gross between primary and secondary, radical and derivative, triplets. — Dravya-pradravya- anudravya ; karma-prakarma-anukarma ; guna-praguna-anuguna. — The five known sense-qualities as the qualities of the live dravyas and sahkliya or number as the quality of Kala or Time, and sarnyoga or conjunction of dik or space. — Con- siderations of geometry, trigonometry, oto., in connection with dik. This probably requires a brief word of explanation. masfi J&i, 4 polytheism,’ the belief that the 4 negated many’ is, I, 24. pralaya , ‘ dissolution, reabsorption,’ 1,49, note 1, 79, note 1, 120, note 1, 222, 276, 324, 325, 333, 339, 341 ; II, 13, note 1, 14, 23, note 1, 120, note 1, 141, 166, 231, 332 ; — mahalaya, mahapralaya, III, 168. prana , jlva becomes prana after the child is bom and begins to breathe, I, 207 ; ‘ vital power,’ III, 223, note 1; — apdna , etc., the five vital energies, II, 231; subdivisions of the Sukshma-sharlra, III, 222. prarab^ha^ sanchita and prapfa karma, II, 147 to 153 ; III, 265.

— Twelve factors included in four trip- lets, corresponding with twelve logia. — Distinc- tion between Svabhava or cause plus offect and karaiia or cause. — Organs of production* cor- responding to the two. — The form of the logia pertain- ing to akiisha, etc. It has been said that sin and merit both bind the 31 va to the World-process. jpffr, I, 103, note 1, 152, note 2 ; II, 350, note 1 ; 23, note 1, 125, 350, note 1 ; III, 214, note 1 ; — loka , I, 271, note 1 ; III, 268, note 1 ; — rna, II, 125 ; — melana ceremony of ‘joining’ with the ancestors, 1, 283 ; — {arpana , ‘giving satisfaction’ to the pitya, I, 252. prakaranam , ‘naturans,’ acting by one’s self, II, 234. xlv ; — sandhi , certain transformations of aspirates, etc., I, 14, note 1 ; — vikrti and pra\ikrti * original condition, trans- formation and development,* and ‘ redemption, or reversion,’ III, 16. prakunchana-vikunchana-avakunchaiia — k unchan a, II, 310. prameya , the ‘ to-be-measured or ascertained,’ II, 156; ‘ fact,’ I, 16 ; corresponds with viveka, I, 17.

— Expansion and contraction, action and reaction, in-breath- ing and out-breathing, a pan da and sphurana, — Logia connected with other substances and qualities. — The inference and analogies of scionco in tho same. In the one case the pity is for others who are not so happy as ourselves and with whom we would like to share our joy ; in the other, the pity is for our own unhappy inferiority which needs to be and may be helped by others who have more than we. “The beginning and the etid, the birth and the death, the Source and the mergence, of things are, and are in the, in-de-fmite. poetry of living nature, of art and of human life in ancient India, I, i, ii, * poison ’ and 4 medicine I, 21. j prabhd, 4 light and glory,’ I, 222 ; — fa, the 4 dawn,’ I, 222. pradhvamsa , 4 destruction,’ II, 74 ; — a-bhava, non- existence of a thing after its destruction, II, 175, note 1. prag-abhava , non-existence of a thing before it came into existence, II, 175, note 1. praise, to be given in udatta-svara, * loud tone,’ 1,321.

— Sciouce and litera- ture in terms of Love and Hate. * motif" and ornamental figures of rhetoric and poetry in the same terms. To take one more instance : tears overflow out of the excess of joy as well as sorrow. INDMX 75 prdbalya , strength, presence of force, II, 41 ; — daur - balya and abalya used instead of mahatva, laghutva and samya, III, 41. Karfavya, , Akar^avya, Bhinna, 1, 18 ; Kriyd , pratikrlya, vikriya, or action, reaction, trans-action or transformation, II, 313 ; III, 14, note, 255.

— Sin and merit as the two sub-divisions of bondage. 9 The essence of d r o h a is the entire inability of the j !

— Subservience of the six TJpdrigas, — Relativity of bandha and moksha, bond- age and freedom. As regards the greater it works thus : ' How may this one be reduced to my condition or a lower one even/ As regards the smaller: 'Let me take steps to make sure that he shall never come up to my condition .

Sometiihes fear arises even with- oqjb the presence of a definite enemy, at the mere prospect of some work or task only, about the details of which we are ignorant. This opposition exists between our own present condition (of inclination, energy. 45 knowledge, etc.), and the condition needed for the work. Paramdfmd , sutra vikalpa, anukalpa, or resolve, doubt, alter- native, I, 37, 38, 41, 45.