jueves, 29 de julio de 2010

Yukta-vairâgya



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Yâga - offering oblations; any ceremony in which offerings or oblations are presented.


Yajña - a sacrifice in which a deity is propitiated by the chanting of prayers and mantras and the offering of ghee into the sacred fire.

Yati - an ascetic; one who has restrained his passions and abandoned his involvement with material civilization.

Yavana - a barbarian, a Muslim, i.e. one who does not follow äuddhâcâra, (pure lifestyle), one who eats flesh, takes intoxicants and does other degraded activities. This term sometimes refers to any foreigner or to those excluded from varòâärama society.

Yoga - (1) union, meeting, connection, combination. (2) a spiritual discipline aiming at establishing one’s connection with the Supreme.

There are many different branches of yoga such as karma-yoga, jñânayoga, and bhakti-yoga. Unless specified as such, the word yoga usually refers to the aëùâòga-yoga system of Patañjali (see aëùâòga-yoga).

Yogî - one who practices the yoga system with the goal of realization of the Paramâtmâ or of merging into the Lord’s personal body.

Yuga - an age of the world. Four ages are described in the Vedas: Kèta or Satya, Tretâ, Dvâpara, and Kali. The duration of each yuga is said to be respectively 1,728,000; 1,296,000; 864,000; and 432,000 years. The descending numbers represent a corresponding physical and moral deterioration of mankind in each age. The four yugas comprise an aggregate of 4,320,000 years and constitute a mahâ-yuga, or great yuga.

Yugala - a couple or pair.

Yugala-kiäora - the divine youthful couple, Ärî Ärî Râdhâ-Kèëòa.

Yukta-vairâgya - appropriate renunciation; renunciation which is suitable for entrance into bhakti. This is defined in Bhakti-rasâmètasindhu (1.2.255): “When one is detached from material sense enjoyment, but accepts in appropriate proportion objects which are favorable to one’s bhakti, and shows special inclination toward things which are directly related to Kèëòa, such as mahâprâsada, his renunciation is known as yukta-vairâgya.” (See phalgu-vairâgya with which this is contrasted.)

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Zamindar - a landowner, landlord (responsible for property taxes to the government).


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