Indriyārthaḥ

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Indriyārthaḥ - m. indriyāṇāmarthaḥ (Object of the senses). The object of knowledge arising through the senses. Its synonyms: 2. viṣayaḥ 3. gocaraḥ - Amara. The objects of senses are 1. Rūpa (Form), 2. Śabda (Sound) 3. Gandha (Smell) 4. Rasa (Taste) 5. Sparśa (Touch) Manu 4|16 Trans. One should not indulge in all the sense-objects out of lust. Raghu 14|35 Trans. - “For those who regard pure reputation as their treasure, prize fame above their lives; and what need to say it? Far, far, beyond the objects of pleasure”