|Raadha||Devotion to self; Devotional female friend of Lord Krishna|
|Raag||feelings, passions, affection, desire, inclination of attachment.|
|Raag kriyaa||activities of the inclination of attachment.|
Attachment; Affection; Love feelings; Liking; Pleasant feelings of desire; Desire; Passion; Feeling; Pleasant
feelings due to liking of objects
attached to, taking delight in, worldly pleasures; loving; amorous; angry, passionate, impassioned, full of feelings,
|Raagi jiv||emotional living being, passionate living being, transmigratory soul.|
one of the nine planets according to mythology; demon supposed to swallow the sun or the moon and thus cause an eclipse; troublesome person; ascending node.
|Raaj||rule, reign; govern; control.|
|Raajakathaa||Royal or political tales and talks|
Geographical term; The universe is divided into 14 Rajloks, consisting of hells, dweeps, heavens, etc.; Division of the Universe fourteen in all
|Raajasa||Activity of passion; Saankhya principle of motion; Dirt; Middling|
|Rachanaa||arrangement; composition; construction.|
|Raga:||Desire; passion; attachment, Giving up infatuation.|
|Rahasya abhyaakhyana||Secret disclosure|
|Rajas||activity ( sankhya), stimulating, mobile, pain, and action. energy, passion,|
|Rajas:||Principle of motion in the Samkhya doctrine|
|Rajju||A length measure; Rope|
|Rajjughata||Shower of dust|
|Rajoharana||Whisk broom of woollen tufts|
|Raksa bandhana||Sacramental threading; A festival in August|
|Raksasa vivaaha||Marriage by force|
|Rakshak||protecting, who protects. m. protector|
|Rakshan||protection; guarding; defense.|
|Rakt||attached to, red,|
|Ramak||lover, ending of life, till the last breath, playful,|
|Ramantaa||playing with intensity, engrossment, magnataa, happiness, being delighted,|
|Rampaatra||kind of drinking vessel or cup.|
juice (of fruits); sap (in plants); water, liquid; liquor, drink; taste, flavour; object of taste; taste or inclination for a thing, liking; desire; love affection; pleasure, delight; charm; concern; interest; emotion, pathos, feeling; one of the nine rasas or sentiments; first of the seven dhatus or constituents of the body; pertinacity; superiority; essence; gain; profit; molten metal; mercury; calx of mercury etc.
Daily renunciation of one or more of six kinds of delicacies: Ghee, milk, curd, sugar, salt, and oil–external austerity, Abandonment of stimulating or delicious food
|Rasa tyaaga||Abandon eating delicious and tasty food|
|Rasa-graddhi||Taste greed; Lust for taste|
|Rasa-parityaga||Giving-up delicacies or stimulating and delicious dishes|
|Rasi||Number; Aggregate; Set|
|Rasmana-pramaana||Measurement of liquids|
|Rasnendriya||Sense of taste; Gustatory sense|
|Ratha renu||A length unit, 8 trasa renus.|
Indulgence, Pleasure in sense activity, attachment, love; affection; joy; sexual pleasure sexual union, copulation; goddess of love, with of Kama or Cupid.
precious stone; gem, jewel; the best thing or specimen of its kind; each one of the fourteen things that came out of the ocean when it was churned; jewel among men.
|Ratna chintaamani||desire, fulfilling jewel|
|Ratna jadit||set with jewels.|
|Ratna-chintaamani||A diamond or supernatural jewel which fulfills human Desires|
(1) Three jewels triple gems of faith, knowledge and the conduct; (2) Gem-trio
|Ratnaakar||mine of jewels; sea, ocean.|
|Ratnamaalaa||necklace of precious stones.|
|Ratnatraya||triple gems of faith, knowledge and the conduct.|
|Ratnatraya:||The three jewels: right faith or insight, right knowledge, right conduct|
|Ratni||A length unit; Vitastis|
|Ratre-bhukta-tyaga:||Abstinence from eating at night.|
|Ratri bhakta||Sixth model stage; Model stage of restricting
sex-act to night hours; Model stage of renouncing night eating
|Ratri-bhojana:||Eating at night|
|Ratribhakta-pratima:||The sixth stage, in which one limits all sexual activity to nighttime hours|
|Ratribhukti tyaaga/viramana||Sixth model stage; Renunciation of night eating|
दशर्न शब्द सामान्य अवलोकन के रूप में उपयोग होता है तो यह यौिगक शब्द है. दशर्न शब्द को श्रद्धा के रूप में उपयोग करना वह रूढ़ है, तो उसे रौढ़ीक शब्द कहग. क्योिक दशर्न शब्द श्रद्धा के रूप में हो गया है इस िलए रौढ़ीक कहा जाएगा। सच्चा यौिगक अथर् से तो सामान्य अवलोकन के रूप में ही उपयोग होता है. (see further on yaugik and yog rudh shabd). The word is used in conventional way even though its grammatical meaning is some what different is known as raudhik shabd.
|Raudra dhysana||Angeral meditation|
|Raudradhyana:||Meditation on the perverse pleasure of causing injury to others|
|Rechak||purgative; breathing out. m. exhalation; emission of breath.|
prosperity, wealth, riches(1) Supernatural power; (2) Prodigy; (Siddhi= achievement)
prosperity and achievement; the two wives of God Ganesha, the remover of obstacles.
|Riju/Rju||Straight; Linear; Plain|
|Rijusutranaya||Straight view point; Straight-thread standpoint.|
seer person to whom new philosophy or knowledge is revealed; Sage; Saint with miraculous powers
|Rju-sutrabhasa:||False analytical view point|
|Rjusutra (Naya):||Analytic stand, point|
It is the point of view of the momentary present. The Buddhist point of view is an example of rjusutranaya.
|Roga||Desease or painful state|
|Rogatraya||Three painfull states Birth, Old age, Death called Janma- Jaraa-Marana|
|Romahara||Soft-hairal intake; Diffusion intake|
|Roudra||Cruel, violent, fearsome.|
|Roudra dhyaana||Violent meditation, cruel concentration, involvement in cruel thoughts.|
|Roz||kind of wild animal akin to horse, nil gaay,|
|Rta||Vedic cosmic law|
|Rta:||Vedic concept of cosmic law|
(1) Strong liking or predilection; (2) Strong Interest; (3) Predisposition in favor of something; (4) Belief; (5) Respect; (6) Faith; (7) Predilection i.e. Strong liking; (8)
Belief; (9) Love, taste, liking; desire, hunger, spiritual attachment, devotion, interest.
growth, prosperity, rise; elevation, exaltation; accomplishment; Lakshmi; Parvati., Due to intense austerity in some of the monks special types of powers are obtained. They are seven types: 1: Buddhi, knowledge, 2: Vikriyaa vaikriy body related, 3: tap ruddhi Capacity to do intense austerity. Chaaran ruddhi capacity to walk in the sky, ruddhi obtained by austerity etc conduct. He can walk four finger breadth above ground. 4: Bal ruddhi extra ordinary powers of mind, speech and bodily action. 5: Aushadh ruddhi capacity to cure incurable disease type of excellency. 6: Ras ruddhi The spoken words end up doing the same. e.g. kill your self and the person gets killed etc. 7: Kshetra ruddhi area capacity. Here this excellency occurs due to kshayopsham of labhaantaraay karma. With this ruddhi, even in the smallest area many living beings will be able to occupy the space. (ref: Ruddhi from Jainendra Siddhant Kosh Part 1, page446)
|Rudha saankhya||Prime number|
Stand point of momentariness, straight, direct view point, ye naya param paryaayaarthic naya hai. Vah bhut bhavishya ke sparsh se rahit suddh keval vartmaan kaalin vastu swarup ko vishay kartaa hai. This partial point of view is best modal perspective. It’s subject is only present state and ignores the past and future state.
Coarse; Rough; Negatively charged, dry, arid; uninteresting, boring; not buttered or greased; hard.
features, appearance, mode, form, shape; beauty, handsome form; costume; make up; kind of drama; inflected form of noun or very. a. similar, having the form of, visual form,
|Rupa||Color; Form; Sensual object; Body aggregate; Quality;
|Rupa mada||Beauty puff; Arrogance of look|
One meditates on the nature of the bodiless, formless, consciousness with bliss natured, eternal liberated souls. The result is that one is getting engrossed in the true nature of the liberated souls. The meditation, the subject of meditation and meditator dhyaan, dhyey and dhyaataa become one entity. It is also known as samarasi bhaav supreme temperament.
|Rupaatita dhyaana||Meditation on transcendental form|
|Rupasakti||Capacity of beauty; Power of beauty|
One meditates on the Omniscient lord with His body. HE has peace on HIS face and all passions are gone. One meditates on the nature of the Omniscient Lord sitting in the samosaran Omniscient’s preaching hall with asht praatihaarya eight auspicious symbols. When one meditates on the nature of the Omniscient Lord who is without any altered inclinations of infatuation, attachment and aversion. The result is that aspirant soul gets engrossed in the nature of the Omniscient Lord.
|Rupastha dhyaana||Meditation on jina form|
|Rupastha-dhyana:||Concentration on the form of the Jina|
|Rupatita-dhyana:||Concentration on that which transcends form: the nature of the siddha|
One which has form of touch taste smell and color; Material; Tangible; Murta, form ness. of or having the form of.
|Rushi||seer person to whom new philosophy or knowledge is revealed; sage; saint|