Akimchanyayatana aka: Ākiṃchanyāyatana: alternative spelling
Akimchanyayatana is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Akimcanyayatana, which is defined according to Buddhism, Pali, Hinduism, Sanskrit. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this or the alternative page.
Akimchanyayatana can further be alternatively spelled as Ākiṃchanyāyatana, Akimchanya-ayatana and Ākiṃchanya-āyatana.
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Āyatana.—(EI 30), a temple or shrine. Cf. bhavana, ālaya, pura, etc. Cf. ṣaḍa-ayatana; an organ...
Pañcāyatana (पञ्चायतन) or Pañcāyatanapūjā refers to the “worship of five forms”, which was popu...
Naivasaṃjñānāsaṃjñāyatana (नैवसंज्ञानासंज्ञायतन) referst to the “sphere of neither-discriminati...
Vijñānānantyāyatana (विज्ञानानन्त्यायतन) referst to the “sphere of infinity of consciousness” a...
Ākiṃcanyāyatana (आकिंचन्यायतन) referst to the “sphere of nothing at all” and represents one of ...
Devāyatana (देवायतन).—n. (-naṃ) A temple. E. deva, and āyatana abode.
Siddha-ayatana.—(EI 33), cf. pūrva-siddha-ayatana (Buddhist); temple associated with a Siddha. ...
Devatāyatana (देवतायतन).—n. (-naṃ) A temple. E. devatā, and āyatana dwelling.
Rūpāyatana (रूपायतन) or simply rūpa refers to the “sense sphere of form” and represents one of ...
Kāyāyatana (कायायतन) or simply kāya refers to the “sense sphere of the body” and represents one...
Dharmāyatana (धर्मायतन).—see 2 dharma (2).
Kṛtsnāyatana (कृत्स्नायतन).—see kṛtsna.
Ṣaḍāyatana (षडायतन) refers to “the six sense spheres” and represents the fifth of the “twelve f...
Abhibhvāyatana (अभिभ्वायतन).—nt. (= Pali abhibhāyatana), sphere of sovereignty, one of the eigh...
Āyatana, (nt.) (Sk. āyatana, not found in the Vedas; but freq. in BSk. From ā + yam, cp. āyata....
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