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Tagore
Tamas
Tamasic
Tapasya
Tarakeswar
Tathagata
Tattva
Titiksha
Trataka
Trikala
Trishna
Triveni
Tushti
Glossary of Sanskrit Terms
Tagore - Sir Rabindranath Tagore (1861--1941). Bengali writer who won the 1913 Nobel Prize for literature.

Tamas - The principle of dullness or inertia in nature; one of the three gunas (attributes), or constitutive elements of any phenomenon. Tamasic is pertaining to tamas.


Tamasic - Dull; lazy.

Tapasya - Austerity, asceticism or severe self-discipline.

Tarakeswar - The Temple of Siva at Tarakeswar is a holy place for Hindus. It's about 30 miles from Calcutta, midway between Kamarpukur and Jayrambati

Tathagata - One of the names by which Gautama Buddha is known; the word also conveys the sense of a "Messiah" .

Tattva - Elements; faculty.

Titiksha - Forbearance.

Trataka - Gazing at a particular spot.

Trikala - Jnani-One who knows the past, present and future.

Trishna - Craving.

Triveni - The place where three holy rivers meet.

Tushti - Satisfaction.


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