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- 12 Lesser Known Facts About Raavan Which Proves He Was An Absolute Genius
- The ten heads of raavan represent his knowledge of six shastras and 4 vedas.
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- When it receives impressions of the outer world through the senses, it is known as the manas. It is known as buddhi when it identifies an object and distinguishes it as different from another, or classifies it.
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- In yoga philosophy there are manas (the desiring part of the mind that is triggered through the senses) + the buddhi (the intellect or discriminative faculty of the mind).
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- Her four hands often displayed prominently symbolize, manas( sense), buddhi( intellect), chitta( imagination) and ahamkar( self consciousness). The Veena represents all the creative arts and sciences, and her holding represents the harmony created by ...
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