Chapter III - Rasa and Rasasala
This page describes Rasa and Rasasala which is the third chapter (adhyaya) located on 42 in the book Alchemy and Metallic Medicines in Ayurveda composed by Vaidya Bhagwan Dash. This book exposes the utility of metals and minerals with regards to Ayurveda and Rasashastra (Medicinal alchemy), treating on its origin, history and development, as well as mercury, Ayurvedic recipes and more. This page contains an online preview of the full text and summarizes technical terms, as well as information if you want to buy this book.
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You can look up the meaning of the phrase “Rasa and Rasasala” according to 135 books dealing with Hinduism. The following list shows a short preview of potential definitions.
Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu [by Shrila Rupa Gosvami]
ami pancaiva shantadya harer bhakti-rasa matah | eshu hasyadayah prayo bibhrati vyabhicaritam ||4.7.14||English translation“The five primary rasas starting with shanta-rasa are accepted as hari-bhakti-rasa....
Read full contents: Verse 4.7.14
Garga Samhita (English) [by Danavir Goswami]
Sanskrit text, transliteration and word-by-word meaning: ताल-शब्दानुसारेण सम्प्राप्तौ रास-मण्डले रासेश्वर्या समं रासे ऽपश्यद् रासेश्वरं हरिम् tala-shabdanusarena sampraptau rasa-mandale raseshvarya samam rase pashyad raseshvaram harim tala—of the karatalas; shabda—the sound; anusarena—following; sampraptau—attained; rasa-mandale—the circle of the rasa dance; raseshvarya—the queen of the rasa dance; samam—with; rase—in the rasa dance; apashyat—saw; raseshvaram—the king of the rasa dance; harim—Lord Krishna...
Read full contents: Verse 2.23.29
Rig Veda (translation and commentary) [by H. H. Wilson]
a | sute | sincata | shriyam | rodasyoh | abhi-shriyam | rasa | dadhita | vrishabham...
Read full contents: Rig Veda 8.72.13
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[Alchemy and Metallic Medicines in Ayurveda: index]
[About the Author (Vaidya Bhagwan Dash)]
[Introduction (2): Superiority of Mineral Drugs]
[Introduction (3): Distinctive Features]
[Introduction (4): Purpose of processing]