Panchamnaya aka: Pañchāmnāyā: alternative spelling

Panchamnaya is an alternative spelling of the Sanskrit word Pancamnaya, which is defined according to 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.

Panchamnaya can further be alternatively spelled as Pañchāmnāyā, Panchan-amnaya, Pañchan-āmnāyā and Pañchāmnāya.

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Amnaya
Āmnāya (आम्नाय).—m. (-yaḥ) 1. A Veda, or the Vedas in the aggregate. 2. Received doctrine, trad...
Dakshinamnaya
Dakṣiṇāmnāya (दक्षिणाम्नाय).—the southern sacred text (of the Tāntrikas). Derivable forms: dakṣ...
Purvamnaya
Pūrvāmnāya (पूर्वाम्नाय).—This āmnāya is described as the Yoginīmatasāra present in bo...
Uttaramnaya
Uttarāmnāya (उत्तराम्नाय).—The energy which devours Kālīkaulika manifests in this āmnā...
Urdhvamnaya
Urdhva-amnaya is the High Doctrine which extols the Brahman in his fullness. The High doctri...
Pancamnaya
Pañcāmnāya (पञ्चाम्नाय).—m. plu. (-yāḥ) Five Shastras supposed to have proceeded from the five ...
Amnayasarin
Āmnāyasārin (आम्नायसारिन्).—mfn. (-rī-riṇī-ri) Pious, observing the Vedas and national customs....
Pashcimamnaya
Paschima-amnaya, the West Doctrine, is concerned with destruction, Karma Marga, and 32 Tattv...
Anuttaramnaya
Anuttaramnaya has Vidyās for Catuśpāt or Gāyatri of four feet Śodasi Var...
Yoga
Yoga (योग).—m. (Pali id., PTSD s.v. 3; not in Sanskrit), bond, tie, attachment (in Pali numberi...
Santana
Santāna.—(SITI), lineage. (BL), cf. a Jain religious teacher described as belonging to the paṭṭ...
Angavidya
Āṅgavidya (आङ्गविद्य).—a. [aṅgavidyāṃ veda aṇ] Occurring in, or being familiar with, अङ्गविद्या...
Svadhyaya
Svādhyāya (स्वाध्याय) refers to “self-study, introspection” and forms part of the ancient India...
Neti
Netī (नेती).—The drawing of a thread through the nose and mouth.
Nya
Ṇya (ण्य).—Name of an ocean in the ब्रह्मलोक (brahmaloka); तत्तदरश्च ह वै ण्यश्चार्णवौ ब्रह्मलो...

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