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Etymology of Māntra Please visit:
Etymology of Māntra. Please visit: truth, that the substance of the Brahman and the brahmanda are one and the same.
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Grammar and DictioTUJry of Kanawo,,' lets the cat out of the bag
A ii is implied also in the arove-cited folk-etymology of Kanet as from. Kunita. .
Commentary on the Mundaka Upanishad
Mundaka and Mandukya Upanishads [Sanskrit-English]
so from the Brahman which is intelligence itselfcould grow the inert universe.

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Brahman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
brahmin - Online Etymology Dictionary
The Online Etymology Dictionary "member of Boston's upper class," 1823, figurative use of Brahman "member of the highest priestly Hindu caste," late 15c.
Brahman - New World Encyclopedia
Aug 29, 2008 Contents. 1 Etymology and Early Formulations of Brahman. 1.
Brahman Facts, information, pictures | articles
The etymology of Brahman is obscure, but is traditionally derived from the verb root bṛh or bṛṃh, 'to grow great', 'to increase'.
brahman (varna) - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus
Aug 1, 2011 brahman. in the Upanishads, the supreme existence or absolute reality, the font of all things.

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