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# unthinkable, surpassing thought.
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# incognitable; a commonly used adjective to describe the attribute of [[Brahman]], or the Absolute Truth; another name for Śiva.
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Revision as of 16:00, 27 March 2011

By Jit Majumdar


  1. unthinkable, surpassing thought.
  2. that which cannot be perceived or processed by the mind
  3. incognitable; a commonly used adjective to describe the attribute of Brahman, or the Absolute Truth; another name for Śiva.
  4. unthinkable, surpassing thought.
  5. that which cannot be perceived or processed by the mind
  6. incognitable; a commonly used adjective to describe the attribute of Brahman, or the Absolute Truth; another name for Śiva.By Jit Majumdar


  1. unthinkable, surpassing thought.
  2. that which cannot be perceived or processed by the mind
  3. incognitable; a commonly used adjective to describe the attribute of Brahman, or the Absolute Truth; another name for Śiva.