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The Yoga-Vasishtha-Maharamayana of Valmiki

1899

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Summary

On the identity of the Will and its work of the Desire and its Production. ▪ ISO CHAPTER XIIL Anecdote of Inds and an account of the Atomic World. 88 CHAPTER XIV. [...] Description of the last night of death or general doom 411 CHAPTER TOCETTL Description of the person of the God Siva. 423 CHAPTER I.xxxlrEr Sight of the Mundane God. ▪ 427 CHAPTER trETTV. [...] Relation of Nature and soul or the Prime Male and Female Powers 438 CHAPTER LXXXVL. The Convertibility of the World to the Supreme Spirit 442 CHAPTER LXXXVIL The infinity of the World shown in the Material body ▪ 449 CHAPTER LXXXVIII. [...] The knowledge of the falicity of the world like that of a dream upon waking is attained with delight but the want of this knowle Iga as of some bad dream at the time of sleeping raokes us uneasy all the while. [...] So the remembrance of the Lord is as he is seen in the light of nature ; hence the habitual meditation of the lord corresponds with the contemplation of external nature.

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Cover i-iii unknown

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Frontmatter i-xix unknown

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Chapter I On Unintentional Acts and Actions 1-6 unknown

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Chapter II Burning of the Seeds of Action for Prevention of their Vegitation 7-12 unknown

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Chapter III Disappearance of the Phenominals 13-19 unknown

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Chapter IV Annihilation of Egoism 20-25 unknown

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Chapter V Narrative of a Vidyadhara and his Queries 26-28 unknown

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Chapter VI Description of Disaffection and Disgust to the World 29-35 unknown

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Chapter VII Description of the Seed of the Arbour of World 36-38 unknown

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Chapter VIII Description of the Temple of Illusion 39-42 unknown

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Chapter IX On the Development of Intellect 43-44 unknown

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Chapter X Desciption of Creation as an Emanation from Brahma 45-47 unknown

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Chapter XI On Truth and Right Knowledge 48-49 unknown

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Chapter XII On the Identity of the Will and its Work of the Desire and its Production 50-55 unknown

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Chapter XIII Anecdote of Indra and an Account of the Atomic World 56-59 unknown

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Chapter XIV Story Of Indrani; and Establishment of the Identity of the Acts of Creation and Imagination 60-63 unknown

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Chapter XV The Final Extinction of the Vidyadhara 64-66 unknown

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Chapter XVI Extinction of Vidyadhara (Continued) 67-68 unknown

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Chapter XVII Lecture on the Annihilation of Egoism 69-70 unknown

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Chapter XVIII Description of the Universal Sphere 71-76 unknown

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Chapter XIX Description of the form of Viraj or the all Comprehending Deity 77-81 unknown

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Chapter XX Lecture on the Extinction of the Living Soul 82-84 unknown

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Chapter XXI What Constitutes True Knowledge 85-86 unknown

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Chapter XXII The Yoga Conducive to Happiness or the Way to Happiness 87-94 unknown

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Chapter XXIII Story of a Pious Brahman and his Nirvana Extinction 95-100 unknown

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Chapter XXIV Indifference or Insouciance of Monki to Worldliness 101-103 unknown

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Chapter XXV Vasishtha’s Admonition to Manki 104-108 unknown

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Chapter XXVI Manki’s Attainment of Final Extinction or Nirvana 109-114 unknown

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Chapter XXVII Sermon on the Superior Sort of Yoga Meditation 115-117 unknown

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Chapter XXVIII Demonstrated Conclusion of the Doubtful Truth 118-122 unknown

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Chapter XXIX Sermon on Holy Meditation 123-132 unknown

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Chapter XXX Sermon on Spirituality 133-136 unknown

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Chapter XXXI Sermon on the Means of Attaining the Nirvana Extinction 137-142 unknown

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Chapter XXXII Sermon Inculcating the Knowledge of Truth 143-146 unknown

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Chapter XXXIII Sermon on the true Sense of Truth 147-152 unknown

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Chapter XXXIV Sermon on the Practice of Spiritual Yoga or Intellectcal Meditation 153-158 unknown

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Chapter XXXV Description of the Supreme Brahma 159-163 unknown

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Chapter XXXVI Sermon on the Seed or Source of the World 164-169 unknown

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Chapter XXXVII A Lecture on the Visibles and Visible World 170-180 unknown

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Chapter XXXVIII Disquisition of Nirvana-Quietism 181-186 unknown

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Chapter XXXIX Vasishtha’s Gita or Sermon on the Sweet Peace of Mind 187-191 unknown

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Chapter XL On the Quiescence of the Soul 192-193 unknown

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Chapter XLI Repose in One’s Essential Nature 194-197 unknown

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Chapter XLII A Lecture on Nirvana-Extinction 198-204 unknown

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Chapter XLIII On the Infinite Extension of Brahma 205-212 unknown

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Chapter XLIV Dangers to Which The Wandering (Staglike) Mind is Exposed 213-218 unknown

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Chapter XLV Continuation of the Story ot the Deerlike Mind 219-226 unknown

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Chapter XLVI On Abstract Meditation and Hypnotism 227-229 unknown

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Chapter XLVII The First Step Towads Liberation 230-235 unknown

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Chapter XLVIII On the Dignity of Right Discrimination 236-240 unknown

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Chapter XLIX Total Stoicism and Insouciance 241-247 unknown

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Chapter L Description of the Seven Kinds of Living Beings 248-251 unknown

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Chapter LI Admonition to Arrive at the Yoga of Ultimate Rest 252-257 unknown

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Chapter LII Description of the Form and Attributes of Brahma 258-263 unknown

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Chapter LIII Explanation of Nirvana-Anaesthesia 264-266 unknown

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Chapter LIV Establishment of the Undivided Individuality of God 267-271 unknown

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Chapter LV The Spiritual Sense of the World 272-275 unknown

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Chapter LVI Story of the Great Stone and Vasishtha’s Meditation 276-280 unknown

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Chapter LVII On the Knowledge of the Know and Unknown 281-284 unknown

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Chapter LVIII Proving the Creation as Divine Attribute 285-287 unknown

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Chapter LIX Description of the Net Work of the World 288-294 unknown

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Chapter LX The Network of Worlds (Continued) 295-301 unknown

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Chapter LXI On the Identity of the World with Infinite Vacuity 302-306 unknown

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Chapter LXII The Unity of the Intellect with the Intellectual World 307-312 unknown

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Chapter LXIII Unity of the Universe with the Universal Soul 313-317 unknown

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Chapter LXIV Sport of the Heavenly Nymphs 318-325 unknown

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Chapter LXV Life and Conduct of the Etherial Nymph 326-328 unknown

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Chapter LXVI Description of the Inside of the Stony Mansion of the World 329-332 unknown

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Chapter LXVII Praise of Continued Practice or the Force of Habit 333-338 unknown

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Chapter LXVIII The Fallacy of the Existence of the World 339-344 unknown

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Chapter LXIX Entrance into the Cosmical Stone of Mundane Egg 345-348 unknown

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Chapter LXX The Words of the Creator of Worlds in the Mandane Stone 349-352 unknown

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Chapter LXXI Description of Final Dissolution 353-359 unknown

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Chapter LXXII Description of Nirvana or Final Extinction 360-363 unknown

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Chapter LXXIII Description of the Person of Viraj—The God of Nature 364-370 unknown

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Chapter LXXIV Description of the Cosmical Body of Viraj (Continued) 371-374 unknown

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Chapter LXXV Description of the Final Conflagration of the World 375-382 unknown

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Chapter LXXVI The Stridor of Pushkaravarta Clouds 383-387 unknown

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Chapter LXXVII Description of the World Overflooded by the Rains 388-393 unknown

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Chapter LXXVIII Descripeion of the Universal Ocean 394-397 unknown

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Chapter LXXIX Maintenance of Inappetency or Want of Desire 398-403 unknown

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Chapter LXXX The World Proved to be a Delusion 404-410 unknown

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Chapter LXXXI Description of the Last Night of Death or General Doom 411-422 unknown

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Chapter LXXXII Description of the Person of the God Siva 423-426 unknown

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Chapter LXXXIII Sight of the Mundane God 427-430 unknown

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Chapter LXXXIV Relation of Siva and Sakti or of the Holy Spirit and its Power 431-437 unknown

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Chapter LXXXV Relation of Nature and Soul or the Prime Male and Female Powers 438-441 unknown

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Chapter LXXXVI The Convertibility of the World to the Supreme Spirit 442-448 unknown

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Chapter LXXXVII The Infinity of the World Shown in the Material Body 449-457 unknown

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Chapter LXXXVIII Further Description of the Earth 458-460 unknown

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Chapter LXXXIX The Phenomenal as the Reproduction of Reminisence 461-464 unknown

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Chapter LXXXX Description of the Watery Creation 465-468 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXI Description of Igneous Luminous and Brilliant Objects in Nature 469-476 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXII Description of the Current Air as the Univerrsal Spirit 477-483 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXIII The Advent and Psalmody of a Siddha in the Aerial Abode of Vasishtha 484-494 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXIV Description of a Pisacha and the Unity of the World with Brahma 495-504 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXV Description of the Person of Vasishtha 505-508 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXVI Establishment of Immortality 509-513 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXVII On the Rarity and Retiredness of Religious Recluses 514-519 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXVIII Praise of Good Society or Association with the Good and Wise 520-522 unknown

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Chapter LXXXXIX A Discourse on Esoteric or Spiritual Knowledge 523-528 unknown

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Chapter C Refutation of Atheism 529-536 unknown

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Chapter CI A Sermon on Spirituality 537-541 unknown

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Chapter CII Exposition of Buddhism and Disproving of Death 542-548 unknown

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Chapter CIII Proof of the Unity of the Deity Amidst the Variety of Creation 549-560 unknown

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Chapter CIV Establishment of the Non-Entity of the World 561-562 unknown

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Chapter CV Likeness of Waking and Sleeping Dreams 563-568 unknown

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Chapter CVI Invalidation of the Doctrine of Cause and Effect 569-576 unknown

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Chapter CVII The Nature of Ignorance or Illusion of the Mind 577-578 unknown

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Chapter CVIII Description of the Knowledge and Ignorance of the Soul 579-584 unknown

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Chapter CIX Fighting with the Invading Armies at the Gate of the City 585-589 unknown

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Chapter CX Battle of the Wise Princes with the Ignorant Barbarian 590-595 unknown

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Chapter CXI The Flight of the Soldiers on all Sides 596-601 unknown

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Chapter CXII Flight of the Foreign Foes 602-606 unknown

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Chapter CXIII Description of the Ocean 607-611 unknown

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Chapter CXIV Description of the Prospects All-Around 612-616 unknown

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Chapter CXV The Same Subject Continued 617-624 unknown

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Chapter CXVI Narration of the Speach of Crow and Cuckoo 625-636 unknown

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Chapter CXVII Description of the Lotus-Lake Bee and the Swan 637-642 unknown

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Chapter CXVIII Description Of Deer Peacocks Cranes &c 643-647 unknown

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Chapter CXIX Lamentation of the Lovelorn Traveller 648-651 unknown

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Chapter CXX Description of Various Objects on All Sides 652-656 unknown

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Chapter CXXI Exposition of the Story of Vipaschit 657-658 unknown

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Chapter CXXII The King’s Survey of the Sea and his Locomotion on it 659-661 unknown

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Chapter CXXIII The King’s Excursions on All Sides 662-664 unknown

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Chapter CXXIV Quadripartite State of the King Vipaschit 665-668 unknown

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Chapter CXXV On the Living Liberation of the Prince 669-678 unknown

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Chapter CXXVI Resuscitation and Conduct of the Vipaschitas 679-682 unknown

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Chapter CXXVII Cosmology of the Universe 683-685 unknown

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Chapter CXXVIII The Vacuum of Brahma and the Sight of the World Therein 686-691 unknown

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Chapter CXXIX Vipaschit’s Becoming a Stag 692-697 unknown

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Chapter CXXX Entering of the Stag into the Fire 698-701 unknown

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Chapter CXXXI Bhasha’s Account of the Worlds and his Journeys Throughout 702-709 unknown

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Chapter CXXXII Bhasha’s Relation of the Transmigration of his Soul 710-712 unknown

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Chapter CXXXIII Story of the Wonderfull Carcass 713-716 unknown

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Chapter CXXXIV The Story of the Carcass Continued 717-723 unknown

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Chapter CXXXV Disappearance of the Carcass and the Reappearance of the Earth 724-725 unknown

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Chapter CXXXVI Story of the Gnat and Hunter 726-729 unknown

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Chapter CXXXVII Description of the States of Waking Sleeping and Dreming 730-736 unknown

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Chapter CXXXVIII The Pervasion of the Mind Throughout the Universe 737-741 unknown

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Chapter CXXXIX Description of the Dissolution of the World 742-749 unknown

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Chapter CXXXX Workings of Imagination 750-757 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXI Description of the Termination of a Kalpa-Period 758-759 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXII Ascertainment of Karma or Acts of Men 760-766 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXIII Ascertainment of Nirvana or Ultimate Extinction 767-777 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXIV Investigation into the Nature & Vicissitudes of Things 778-784 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXV Description of the Waking Dreaming and Sleeping States 785-793 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXVI Disquisition of Sound Sleep 794-797 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXVII The Phenomenon and Perspection of Dreams 798-801 unknown

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Chapter CXXXXVIII Investigation into the Nature of Dreams 802-806 unknown

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Chapter CIL Investigation into the Original Cause 807-811 unknown

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Chapter CL Transcendental Admonitions 812-817 unknown

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Chapter CLI View of Inexistence 818-819 unknown

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Chapter CLII The Sage’s Discourse at Night 820-822 unknown

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Chapter CLIII One Soul is the Cause of All 823-825 unknown

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Chapter CLIV Relation of Past Events 826-828 unknown

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Chapter CLV Relation of Future Fortune 829-834 unknown

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Chapter CLVI Expostulation of Sindhu by his Minister 835-838 unknown

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Chapter CLVII The Ultimate Extinction or Nirvana of Sindhu 839-843 unknown

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Chapter CLVIII Fall of the Huge Body of the Hunter 844-846 unknown

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Chapter CLVIX Wandering of Vipaschit 847-854 unknown

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Chapter CLX Description of Heaven and Hell 855-860 unknown

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Chapter CLXI Explanation of Nirvana 861-866 unknown

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Chapter CLXII Annilation of Ignorance 867-870 unknown

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Chapter CLXIII Means and Manner of Governing the Senses and Sensible Organs 871-877 unknown

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Chapter CLXIV Unity of the Divinity and the Mundane World 878-879 unknown

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Chapter CLXV On the Similarity of Waking and Dreaming 880-882 unknown

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Chapter CLXVI On The Attributes of the Divine Spirit: In the form of a Dialogue 883-887 unknown

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Chapter CLXVII Absence of the Three Fold States of Waking Dreaming and Sleep 888-893 unknown

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Chapter CLXVIII Story of the Hewn Statue or Carved Image 894-900 unknown

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Chapter CLXIX Description of the Calm and Tranquil Mind 901-906 unknown

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Chapter CLXX On the Conduct of the Sapient Man 907-910 unknown

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Chapter CLXXI Meditation of Pure Vacuum 911-917 unknown

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Chapter CLXXII Establishment of the Identity of the Deity and the World 918-923 unknown

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Chapter CLXXIII Brahma Gita or a Lecture on Spirituality 924-928 unknown

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Chapter CLXXIV The Same or a Lecture on Nirvana 929-932 unknown

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Chapter CLXXV Paramartha Gita or Lecture on Trancendentalism or the Soleity 933-942 unknown

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Chapter CLXXVI Brahma Gita Acoount of Brahmanda or Mundane System 943-945 unknown

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Chapter CLXXVII Brahma-Gita. Description of Divine Nature 946-951 unknown

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Chapter CLXXVIII Brahma-Gita. Narrative of Aindava 952-959 unknown

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Chapter CLXXIX The Doctrine of Pantheism or the One as All 960-962 unknown

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Chapter CLXXX Brahma Gita or the Story on Austere Devotee 963-967 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXI Brahma-Gita Continued 968-972 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXII Brahma-Vita Continued. Sovereignty of the Seven Continents 973-978 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXIII Description of the Seven Continents 979-987 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXIV A Lecture on the All Comprehensiveness of the Soul 988-994 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXV Admonition to and Clairvoyance of Kunda-Danta 995-997 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXVI Demonstration of All Nature (and Thing) as Brahma Himself 998-1008 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXVII Of the Living Creation 1009-1016 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXVIII Description of the Living Soul 1017-1020 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXIX On The Unity of the Divine Spirit 1021-1023 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXX Ecstasis or Inertness of Rama 1024-1036 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXI Solution of the Great Question of Unity and Duality 1037-1039 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXII On the Attainment of Spiritual Anaesthesia 1040-1042 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXIII Mental Torpor or Tranquility 1043-1044 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXIV Rama’s Rest in Nirvana Insensibility 1045-1050 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXV Lectured on the Enlightenment of Understanding 1051-1059 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXVI Story of a Wood-Cutter and his Gem 1060-1063 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXVII On the Excellence of Learning 1064-1068 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXVIII Excellence of Universal Toleration 1069-1074 unknown

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Chapter CLXXXXIX State of Living Liberated Man 1075-1080 unknown

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Chapter CC The Loud Applause of the Court on the Sage’s Speech 1081-1088 unknown

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Chapter CCI Explanation of Rest and Repose in Ultimate and Perfect Bliss 1089-1093 unknown

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Chapter CCII Recumbence of the Assembly to their Hypnotic Rest 1094-1095 unknown

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Chapter CCIII Description of Nirvana or Self Extinction in Devine Meditation 1096-1101 unknown

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Chapter CCIV Identity of Abstract Intellectuality and Vacuity 1102-1105 unknown

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Chapter CCV Refutation of the Doctrine of the Causality of Creation 1106-1111 unknown

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Chapter CCVI The Great Inquiry or Questions of the Buddhist 1112-1116 unknown

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Chapter CCVII Replies to the Aforesaid Queries (of the Buddhist) 1117-1121 unknown

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Chapter CCVIII Solution of the Great Question 1122-1125 unknown

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Chapter CCIX On the Consciousness Or Intuitive Knowledge of Extraneous Existences 1126-1131 unknown

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Chapter CCX Refutation of the Conception of a Duality in Unity 1132-1137 unknown

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Chapter CCXI Lecture on Transcendent Truth 1138-1142 unknown

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Chapter CCXII On Ascertainment of Truth 1143-1146 unknown

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Chapter CCXIII Narration of Rama’s Prior Pupilage Under Vasishtha 1147-1153 unknown

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Chapter CCXIV Description of the Grfat Jubilee of the Assembly 1154-1160 unknown

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Chapter CCXV Eulogy on this Work and the Mode of its Recital 1161-1163 unknown

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Chapter CCXVI Conclusion of the Celestial Messenger’s Message of Liberation 1164-1167 unknown

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philosophy religion

Pages
1189
SARF Document ID
sarf.144305

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