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- Elemental Associations
- The earliest of Greek natural philosophers, Thales, in considering which was the most basic element in the cosmos, from which the cosmos was made, supposed that the cosmos was made of Water. Later, Heraclitus decided that the most basic element in the cosmos...
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- It is the aggregate of all tattvas—principles of creation. It creates all time. It is the truth.
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- Sometime in the 16th century lived a Bengali scholar named Raghunandana, who wrote 28 books on tattvas, or elements, which could be viewed as “how to” books. Vivaha Tattva: how to get married; Daya Tattva: how to show compassion; Grihastashrama ...
- In Their Elements
- The festival in Delhi will focus on the theme of “sustainable development” as the grand narrative, and the panch tattvas — jal, prithvi, vayu, akash and agni — as the micro-narrative.
- The Concept Of The Universe As Understood By Ancient Indian Seers
- Out of the interplay of the five basic elements arise other principles (tattva): five subtle elements, five action senses, five senses of perception, mind, egoity, and intellect. The evolutionary sequence goes through many levels.
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