Difference between revisions of "Annamaya"

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# embodiment of properity, plentitude, health.  
 
# embodiment of properity, plentitude, health.  
 
# in Vedantic Philosophy, the outermost of the five koşas or "sheaths", the sheath of the physical body of flesh, named from the fact that it is nourished by food ([[anna]]).   
 
# in Vedantic Philosophy, the outermost of the five koşas or "sheaths", the sheath of the physical body of flesh, named from the fact that it is nourished by food ([[anna]]).   
 
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# full of food, embodying physical matter.
 
# embodiment of properity, plentitude, health.
 
# in Vedantic Philosophy, the outermost of the five koşas or "sheaths", the sheath of the physical body of flesh, named from the fact that it is nourished by food ([[anna]]). 
 
 
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# full of food, embodying physical matter.
 
# embodiment of properity, plentitude, health.
 
# in Vedantic Philosophy, the outermost of the five koşas or "sheaths", the sheath of the physical body of flesh, named from the fact that it is nourished by food (anna). 
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:10, 27 March 2011

By Jit Majumdar


  1. full of food, embodying physical matter.
  2. embodiment of properity, plentitude, health.
  3. in Vedantic Philosophy, the outermost of the five koşas or "sheaths", the sheath of the physical body of flesh, named from the fact that it is nourished by food (anna).