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pratyaya. In Buddhism, an auxiliary, indirect cause, as distinguished from a direct cause (hetu).

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characters ”pratyaya' from table 3 to be We add pratyaya in dhaatoo to get the verb. E.g.
OVERVIEW OF SANSKRIT GRAMMAR: Part I
Affix or termination (pratyaya-) that are attached to (1) and (2) which in expression other than a dhåtu- or pratyaya- is explicit when paired with 1.2.
Chapter II
pratyayaų—pratyaya, the same as Viņëubhakti, suffix; paraų—the last part.
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For example, the attributes hrasva, gun.

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pratyaya (Buddhist philosophy) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
pratyaya (Buddhist philosophy), in Buddhist philosophy, an auxiliary, indirect cause, as distinguished from a direct cause (hetu).
Sanskrit: pratyaya
sarva-pratyaya-sākṣiṇaḥ — the witness of all different activities; SB 6.9.
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pratyaya. In Buddhism, an auxiliary, indirect cause, as distinguished from a direct cause (hetu).
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pratyaya In Buddhism , an auxiliary, indirect cause, as distinguished from a direct cause ( hetu ). A seed, for example, is the direct cause of a.

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