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Second Edition; Should not be considered exhaustive, nor concise. This is raw data placed into a limited database program, and then converted to RTF format to be uploaded here, thus giving me a PDF of the raw data I use for more detailed research.
Second Edition; Should not be considered exhaustive, nor concise. This is raw data placed into a limited database program, and then converted to RTF format to be uploaded here, thus giving me a PDF of the raw data I use for more detailed research.

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Ancient's
"Acharya"
-'Teacher'A Teacher Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu
"Agnihotra"
-'Fire Sacrifice'A Fire Sacrifice. Burning of Sage.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu
"Ahamkāra"
-'Individuality' - "I-maker", "the Ego"The subjective sense of individual identity.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu
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"Atman"
-'Self' - "Soul", "Spirit"The innermost reality of a person, the animate, spiritual principle of life. A person whose self is great is called a 'great soul' (mahātma).Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist
"Brahman"
-'Infinite Spirit' - "Absolute", "Prayer (The Power of the Ritual Word)"Brahmanirvāna "The PureCalm of Infinity"The ultimate reality underlying phenomenal existence; vast, unqualified, &imperishable. The macrocosmic infinite spirit (brahman) corresponds to themicroscopic self (ātman) within each individual.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist
"Dharma"
-'Duty' - "That which upholds, supports or maintains the regulatory order of the universe". Name of the god of religion.Duty, Vocation, Religion, &everything that isconsidered correct, proper or decent behavior.Means Law or Natural Law and is a concept of central importance in Indian philosophy and religion. Dharma designates those behaviours considerednecessary for the maintenance of the natural order of things. Also the name of the god of religion.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist
"E"
-Lord, Priest, PriestessGilgamesh, InannaUsed to designate a high priest or priestess of a Sumerian city-state's patron-deity. A position that entailed political powers as well. Gilgamesh is noted as being an EN.Epic of Gilgamesh, Inanna & Enki, Lugalbanda in the Mountain Cave, The Lament for Sumer & Urim
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Culture:
Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian
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"Kāma"
-'Desire' - "Sensuous Love"; "Emotional Feeling of Attachment"Source of attachment to the world & the great impediment to spiritual freedom.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist
"Karma"
-'Action' - "to Do"; "to Act"Force of one's actions in determining what one is & will be; one's role in their own destiny. Essentially a tally of good & bad actions accumulated over manylives.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist
"Mantra"
-SpellA sound, syllable, word, or group of words that is considered capable of "creating transformation". Its use and type varies according to the school and philosophy associated with the mantra.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu
"Māyā"
-'Magic' - "to Measure", "to Form" [cf. Maya & 'Bhadrakali', 'Durga']Creative illusion, magic power. Illusory potency of God, personified as a femaledeity. Also the name of the architect among the Asuras.Bhagavad-Gita, Mahabharata
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Culture:
Vedic, Hindu, Buddhist
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