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It is the same as ‘niṣedha’ used in the Purvamīmāmsā works. See NISEDHA for details.
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In Sanskrit literature, the word is used to indicate a kind of alaṅkāra (figure of speech) wherein the sentence gives a meaning entirely different from its direct sense.
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* The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore
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== OLD CONTENT ==
 
pratisedha (‘prohibition’)
 
pratisedha (‘prohibition’)
 
It is the same as ‘ruṣedha’ used in the Purvamīmāiñsā works. See NISEDHA for details.
 
It is the same as ‘ruṣedha’ used in the Purvamīmāiñsā works. See NISEDHA for details.
 
In Sanskrit literature, the word is used to indicate a kind of alaṅkāra (figure of speech) wherein the sentence gives a meaning entirely different from its direct sense.
 
In Sanskrit literature, the word is used to indicate a kind of alaṅkāra (figure of speech) wherein the sentence gives a meaning entirely different from its direct sense.

Revision as of 09:19, 12 October 2014

By Swami Harshananda

pratisedha (‘prohibition’)

It is the same as ‘niṣedha’ used in the Purvamīmāmsā works. See NISEDHA for details.

In Sanskrit literature, the word is used to indicate a kind of alaṅkāra (figure of speech) wherein the sentence gives a meaning entirely different from its direct sense.


References

  • The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore

OLD CONTENT

pratisedha (‘prohibition’) It is the same as ‘ruṣedha’ used in the Purvamīmāiñsā works. See NISEDHA for details. In Sanskrit literature, the word is used to indicate a kind of alaṅkāra (figure of speech) wherein the sentence gives a meaning entirely different from its direct sense.