Moksopaya [sanskrit]

192,019 words | ISBN-10: 8120831470 | ISBN-13: 9788120831476

This Sanskrit edition of the Moksopaya. It is a large philosophical text dealing with “the science of liberation”. Similar to the Yoga-vasistha in content, the Mokshopaya-shastra was likely its predecessor, said to contain 30,000 shlokas (metrical verses). One of the core philosophies of the texts teaches the non-existence of cognitive objects; while holding such a view leads to an attitude of dispassion towards worldly matters.

Verse 1.10.33

विश्वामित्रः ।
चलन्नीलोत्पलव्यूहसमलोचन लोलताम् ।
ब्रूहि चेतःकृतां त्यक्त्वा हेतुना केन मुह्यसि ॥ ३३ ॥

viśvāmitraḥ |
calannīlotpalavyūhasamalocana lolatām |
brūhi cetaḥkṛtāṃ tyaktvā hetunā kena muhyasi || 33 ||

The Sanskrit text of Moksopaya Verse 1.10.33 is contained in the book The Yogavasistha of Valmiki by Vasudeva Laxmana Sharma Pansikar. This book is not available online so in order to read the full text and translation you should buy the book:

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Glossary of Sanskrit terms

Note: This extracts Sanskrit terms and links to English definitions from the glossary, based on an experimental segmentation of verse (1.10.33). Some terms could be superfluous while some might not be mentioned. Click on the word to show English definitions.

Vishvamitra, Lolat, Lolata, Cetri, Cetas, Ceta, Krit, Krita, Hetu, Kena, Kah, Kim,

Analysis of Sanskrit grammar

Note: this is an experimental feature and only shows the first possible analysis of the Sanskrit text (Moksopaya Verse 1.10.33). If the system was successful in segmenting the sentence, you will see of which words it is made up of, generally consisting of Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Participles and Indeclinables. Click on the link to show all possible derivations of the word.

  • Line 1: “viśvāmitraḥ
  • viśvāmitraḥ -
  • viśvāmitra (noun, masculine)
    [nominative single]
  • Line 2: “calannīlotpalavyūhasamalocana lolatām
  • Cannot analyse calannīlotpalavyūhasamalocana*lo
  • lolatām -
  • lolat (noun, masculine)
    [genitive plural]
    lolat (noun, neuter)
    [genitive plural]
    lolatā (noun, feminine)
    [accusative single]
    lul -> lolat (participle, masculine)
    [genitive plural from √lul class 1 verb]
    lul -> lolat (participle, neuter)
    [genitive plural from √lul class 1 verb]
    lul (verb class 1)
    [imperative active third dual]
  • Line 3: “brūhi cetaḥkṛtāṃ tyaktvā hetunā kena muhyasi
  • brūhi -
  • brū (verb class 2)
    [imperative active second single]
  • cetaḥ -
  • cetas (noun, neuter)
    [compound], [nominative single], [vocative single], [accusative single]
    cetṛ (noun, masculine)
    [vocative single]
    ceta (noun, masculine)
    [nominative single]
  • kṛtām -
  • kṛt (noun, masculine)
    [genitive plural]
    kṛt (noun, neuter)
    [genitive plural]
    kṛtā (noun, feminine)
    [accusative single]
    kṛ -> kṛtā (participle, feminine)
    [accusative single from √kṛ class 1 verb], [accusative single from √kṛ class 2 verb], [accusative single from √kṛ class 5 verb], [accusative single from √kṛ class 8 verb]
    kṛ (verb class 2)
    [imperative active third dual], [imperative middle third single]
  • tyaktvā -
  • tyaj -> tyaktvā (absolutive)
    [absolutive from √tyaj]
  • hetunā -
  • hetu (noun, masculine)
    [instrumental single]
  • kena -
  • kena (indeclinable)
    kena (noun, masculine)
    [compound], [vocative single]
    kena (noun, neuter)
    [compound], [vocative single]
    ka (noun, masculine)
    [instrumental single]
    ka (noun, neuter)
    [instrumental single]
    kaḥ (pronoun, masculine)
    [instrumental single]
    kim (pronoun, neuter)
    [instrumental single]
  • muhyasi -
  • muh (verb class 4)
    [present active second single]
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