འདུ་བྱེད་

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འདུ་བྱེད། (Wyl. 'du byed) n. Pron.: du jé

  • impulses (as skandha), karma formations (as nidana) ▷EC
  • motivation ▷RTH
  • creation ▷RTH ▷CPT
  • Skt. saṃskāra. Formations, 4. Skandha, cf. ཕུང་པོ་ལྔ་ [Abhidharma] [Five skandhas] [Twelve links]
  • གཟུགས་ཚོར་འདུ་ཤེས་རྣམ་ཤེས་བཞི་ལས་གཞན་པའི་འདུས་བྱས། [Definition] ▷KPH
  • Skt. संस्कारः, saṁskāra, Pron.: sanskara. From Sanskrit: putting together, forming well, making perfect, accomplishment, embellishment adornment, purification, cleansing, making ready, preparation, dressing (of food), refining (of metals), polishing (of gems), rearing (of animals or plants) | cleansing the body, toilet, attire | forming the mind, training, education | correction (also in an astronomical sense | correctness, purity (•esp. of pronunciation or expression) | making sacred, hallowing, consecration | a sacred or sanctifying ceremony, one which purifies from the taint of sin contracted in the, womb and leading to regeneration (12 such ceremonies are enjoined on the first three or twice-born classes in | 2. | 3. | 4. | 5. | 6. | 7. | 8. | 9. | 10. | 11. | 12. | qq. vv. | to | there are 40 Saṃskāras | the ceremony performed on a dead body | cremation | any purificatory ceremony | the faculty of memory, mental impression or recollection, impression on the mind of acts done in a former state of existence (one of the 24 qualities of the Vaiśeshikas, including | with Buddhists | a polishing stone [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW

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