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dárśana [ darzana ]


mf ( ī ) n. showing., Pāṇ. v, 2, 6

ifc. seeing, looking at ( see tulya-, deva-, sama- ), Ragh. xi, 93

' knowing ', see dharma-

exhibiting, teaching, MBh. i, 583, BhP. v, 4, 11

n. seeing, observing, looking, noticing, observation, perception, RV. i, 116, 23, ŚBr. xiv, ŚāṅkhGṛ. v, 5, MBh. etc.

ocular perception, Suśr. iv, 27

the eye-sight, vi, 17

inspection, examination, Yājñ. 1, 328, Hariv. 5460

visiting, Yājñ. i, 84, Kathās. iii, 8

audience, meeting ( with gen., Cāṇ.; instr. with or without saha, Vet.; in comp., Ragh. xii, 60 ), Śak. v, 5/6 ; vii, 25/26, Rājat. vi, 43

experiencing, BhP. i, 8, 25

foreseeing, Ragh. viii, 71

contemplating, Mn. viii, 9 and 23

apprehension, judgement, Śak. iii, 6/7 discernment, understanding, intellect, Mn. vi, 74, Yājñ. i, 8, Bhag. etc.

opinion, Mālav. v, 13/14, Kām. ii, 6

intention (cf. pāpa- ), R. i, 58, 18

view, doctrine, philosophical system ( 6 in number, viz. [ Pūrva- ] Mīmāṃsā by Jaim., Uttara-Mīmāṃsā by Bādar, Nyāya by Gotama, Vaiśeshika by Kaṇâda, Sāṃkhya by Kap., Yoga by Pat. ), MBh. xii, 11045 f., BhP. etc.

the eye, Suśr. v, 8, Śak. iv, 6, Prab. iii, 10

the becoming visible or known, presence, ĀśvGṛ. iii, 7, Mn. ii, 101, iv, Yājñ. i, 131, ii, 170, MBh. etc.

appearance ( before the judge ), Mn. viii, 158, Yājñ. ii, 53, Kām.

the being mentioned ( in any authoritative text ), Kāty. Śr. i , xxvi, Lāṭy. vi, ix, Bādar. i, 1, 25, MBh. xiv, 2700

a vision, dream, Hariv. 1285, Hit. iii, 9, 0/1

ifc. appearance, aspect, semblance, Mn. ii, 47, MBh. ( Nal. ii, 3, xii, 18 and 44 ), R., Ragh. iii, 57

colour, L.

showing ( cf. danta- ), Bhartṛ. ii, 26, Dhūrtas. i, 35/11 a mirror, L.

a sacrifice, L.

= dharma, L.

( ī ), f. Durgā, Hariv. 10238

N. of an insect, Npr.

cf. a-, su-.




dárśana-griha [ darzanagriha ]

n. an audience-chamber, Mn. vii, 145, Kull.



dárśana-gocara [ darzanagocara ]

m. the range of sight, Ratnâ'v. iii, 3/4.



dárśana-patha [ darzanapatha ]

m. id., Pañcat. i, 5, 3/4, Prab. ii, 4/5, iv, 26/27, cf. a-.



dárśana-pāla [ darzanapAla ]

m. N. of a man, Rājat. vii.



dárśana-pratibhū [ darzanapratibhU ]

m. bail for appearance, Yājñ. ii, 54.



dárśana-prātibhāvya [ darzanaprAtibhAvya ]

n. surety for appearance, Mn. viii, 160.



dárśana-bhūmi [ darzanabhUmi ]

f. ' range of perception ', N. of a period in a monk's life, Buddh., L.



dárśana-lālasa [ darzanalAlasa ]

mfn. ifc. desirous of beholding, MBh.



dárśana-viveka [ darzanaviveka ]

m. N. of a work.



dárśana-viṣaya [ darzanaviSaya ]

mfn. being in any one's range of sight, Pāṇ. iii, 2, 111, Vārtt. 2.



darśanâgni [ darzanAgni ]

m. the fire in the body that causes ocular sensation, GarbhUp.



darśanântara-gata [ darzanAntaragata ]

mfn. come within the range of sight, Mṛcch. iii, 12.



darśanârtha [ darzanArtha ]

mfn. intending to see any one, Āp.

( am ), ind. to visit, Kād.



darśanâvaraṇa [ darzanAvaraNa ]

n. obscuration of one's ( philosophical ) views, Jain. ( Sarvad. iii, 195 ff. )

°ṇīya mfn. originating from °ṇa, ib., Bādar. ii, 2 , 33, Govind.



darśanêpsu [ darzanepsu ]

mfn. = °na-lālasa.



darśanôjjvalā [ darzanojjvalA ]

f. ' of brilliant aspect ', great white jasmine.