Sanskrit Pumpkins

Via Joseph Boquiren
on Oct 29, 2010
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3 Responses to “Sanskrit Pumpkins”

  1. […] or Padmakara (which literally means lotus-born in Sanskrit) was that rare individual unstained by previous karma. Thus “lotus born” indicates that he only […]

  2. […] a human soul, which in Sanskrit is called the “maturity” or the “ripeness” (paripakatva) in Sanskrit. That is what leads you to spiritual […]

  3. […] Cutting out the new-age mumbo jumbo. There is no chanting and there is no Sanskrit. Plain and […]