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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: ITRANS version of Shivopaasana Mantra - Nidhana       Pataye
      namaha (Admin at SSC)
   2. Vidya Vinayen shobhate (Anand)
   3. devo durbalaghAtakaH (Phillip Ernest)
   4. Names of devanagari punctuation marks (Tom McCormick)
   5. Re: (no subject) (r_vani ramakrishnan)


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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 23:06:06 -0600
From: "Admin at SSC" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: [Sanskrit] ITRANS version of Shivopaasana Mantra -
        Nidhana Pataye namaha
To: "'Shreyas P. Munshi'" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: sanskrit@cs.utah.edu
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Dear Shreyas,
 
I think the correct ITRANS for "dharana" is dhAraNa   or  "dhaaraNa"
 
I actually created the ITRANS version of "shivOpAsana mantrAH" from the book
"vEda puShpAnjali"
 
Regards,
Vijay
 
shivoopaasana mantraaH
nidha\'napatayee\_ namaH
nidha\'napataantikaaya\_ namaH
uurdhvaaya\_ namaH
uurdhvali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
hiraNyaaya\_ namaH
hiraNyali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
suvarNaaya\_ namaH
suvarNali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
divyaaya\_ namaH
divyali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
bhavaaya\_ namaH
bhavali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
sharvaaya\_ namaH
sharvali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
shivaaya\_ namaH
shivali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
jvalaaya\_ namaH
jvalali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
aatmaaya\_ namaH
aatmali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
paramaaya\_ namaH
paramali~Ngaaya\_ namaH
etathsoomasya\' suurya\_sya\_ sarvali~Ngag{\'}g
sthaapa\_ya\_ti\_ paaNimantraM\' pavi\_tram.

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From: Shreyas P. Munshi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 8:47 AM
To: Admin at SSC
Cc: sanskrit@cs.utah.edu
Subject: SPAM-LOW: Re: [Sanskrit] ITRANS version of Shivopaasana Mantra -
Nidhana Pataye namaha



Respected scholarly 'Lists',
While Vijay is looking for ITRANS trancription of Nidhana Pataye namah, I
wud love to know the ITRANS trascription of the Patanjali Yoga term
'dharana', the sixth term in the ashtangayoga  : yama, niyama,Asana
prANayama,pratyAhAra, 'dharana',dhyAna, and samAdhi. I dont know the correct
pronunciation and that is why the request.  Thanks...Shreyas Munshi 


On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 Admin at SSC wrote :
>Dear Friends,
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>I am looking for ITRANS version of "Shivopaasana Mantra  - Nidhana Pataye
>namaha".
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>Would you please point me to any page / section on sanskritdocuments.org or
>any other site?
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>Best Regards,
>
>Vijay Sai
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Message: 2
Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2007 14:23:29 +0530
From: Anand <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Sanskrit] Vidya Vinayen shobhate
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Dear All ,

Can anyone provide me with the full shloka that ends at Vidya Vinayen 
Shobate and also give reference to context please .

Thanks in anticipation .

Regards ,

Anand 



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Message: 3
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 09:10:03 +0000 (GMT)
From: Phillip Ernest <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Sanskrit] devo durbalaghAtakaH
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Dear lists, I am curious about this verse, and would like to know where it is 
from.  I am almost certain that it goes exactly like this:
   
  azvaM nai'va gajaM nai'va vyAghraM nai'va ca nai'va ca/
  ajAputraM baliM dadyAd devo durbalaghAtakaH//
   
  I found it in a Sanskrit-Marathi anthology (Sanskrta Subhasit Sarita) that 
does not always provide references.  I became curious when my wife translated 
the Marathi commentary.  It surprised me.  I would have taken devo 
durbalaghAtakaH to mean "the god is the killer of the weak", but it seems that 
it means "the god is the killer [of the animal offerings] of the weak [that is, 
the poor, who are unable to afford offerings of horses, elephants, and tigers, 
and so offer goats instead]".  Anyway, I would like to see the verse in 
context.  No doubt members of the lists can offer context as well.
   
  Phillip
  Pune

                                
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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007 15:56:59 -0700 (PDT)
From: Tom McCormick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Sanskrit] Names of devanagari punctuation marks
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What is the name of the common Sanskrit punctuation mark indicating an 
abbreviation and consisting of a small circle, as when bhagavat is abbreviated 
as bha followed by a small circle? Every Sanskrit primer uses this punctuation 
mark but I have never seen it named.

Also, on devanagari keyboards, the key for a non-initial vowel symbol or 
anusvara etc. often features a large perforated circle with the vowel symbol 
placed on it so as to indicate its placement on a line of text. Does this 
perforated circle, used on devanagari keyboards, have a name? 

Tom McCormick

 
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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 03:30:51 -0700 (PDT)
From: r_vani ramakrishnan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: [Sanskrit] (no subject)
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(1) dhAraNA
(2) bhvAdayaH  -  jAntaH   -   yuj  dhAtuH
     parasmaipadI :    yojayati  -  yojayataH   -  yojayanti
                                yojayaSi  -  yojayaTHaH   -  yojayaTHa
                               yojayAmi  -  yojayAvaH   -  yojayAmaH

   AatmanepadI :     yojate   -   yojete   -   yojante
                              yohase   -  yojeTHe  - yojaDHve
                              yoje      -   yojAvahe  -  yojAmahe.

That is as I presume.   If someone corrects me, I will be much grateful to him.
dhanyavadaH.
With regards,
D.Ramakrishnan    

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Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 8:51:39 PM
Subject: 


  

Would some kind scholar help me out? I want to be enlightened on two Sanskrit 
words; one is a noun and the other a verb.

First, I wud love to know the ITRANS or IPA trascription of the Patanjali Yoga 
term 'dharana', the sixth term in the ashtangayoga  : yama, niyama,Asana 
prANAyama,pratyAhAra, 'dharana',dhyAna, and samAdhi. I dont know the correct 
pronunciation, and that is why the request. Also kindly tell me whether the 
noun's gender is  M ,F or N.

Second, what is the Gana (Conjugation) and Pada (Parasmaipada,  Atmanepada or 
Ubhayapada) of word Yoga's root verb 'yuj'? What would be its third person 
singular form (like 'gama gachhati' etc)?

Thanks...Shreyas Munshi 






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