JAYAKHYA SAMHITA PDF

History[ edit ] Pancharatra has likely roots in 3rd-century BCE, as a religious movement around the ideas of a sage Narayana who is an avatar of Vishnu. However, he opposed devotional theism as an end in itself and the goal of spiritual pursuits. Even in a state of salvation it retains the individuality, to realize the bliss of union with the Supreme. Nanditha Krishna [20] The Pancharatra theology developed over time. It presents a dualistic theory on how creation manifested from a godhead, as the Purusha-Prakriti and as the masculine-feminine manifestations of the divine. Thereafter, Brahma emerged from Aniruddha who created the empirical universe.

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History[ edit ] Pancharatra has likely roots in 3rd-century BCE, as a religious movement around the ideas of a sage Narayana who is an avatar of Vishnu. However, he opposed devotional theism as an end in itself and the goal of spiritual pursuits.

Even in a state of salvation it retains the individuality, to realize the bliss of union with the Supreme. Nanditha Krishna [20] The Pancharatra theology developed over time. It presents a dualistic theory on how creation manifested from a godhead, as the Purusha-Prakriti and as the masculine-feminine manifestations of the divine. Thereafter, Brahma emerged from Aniruddha who created the empirical universe. Thus, the divinity was and is everywhere in Pancaratra, but in different aspects, one form or phase emerging from the previous.

His philosophy of worship of Narayana was based on the pancaratric teachings. To worship Lord in temples- The ancient civilization systematically developed cities, towns and villages according to the scriptures written with Vedic knowledge and build temples to consecrate the Idol of lord and prescribed the rules to worship, offering, to do festivals by bring people together from all walks of life with all civic sense.

Interestingly, while doing festivals the scriptures insist clean environment and maintaining of medical, stay and food facilities for pilgrimage visit the festival Influence[ edit ] The Vyuha-related Pancharatra theology is a source of the primary and secondary avatar -related doctrines in traditions of Hinduism , particularly Sri Vaishnavism. In Gaudiya Vaishnavism, the Vyuha theory is more complex, Krishna is "Svayam Bhagavan" the ultimate, Brahman who manifests as Vyuhas, and he along with Samkarsana, Pradyumna and Aniruddha are the Vyuhas and the Purusha-avataras of the material realm.

It is one of the iconic representation of the Pancharatra Vyuhas theory found in some medieval Hindu temples. This is followed by Upadana or collecting worship materials. The third practice is Ijya or worship with offerings. The fourth practice in the Pancharatra tradition has been daily study or Svadhyaya. The fifth recommended practice is Yoga and meditation. Through practicing the reversal and moving from the empirical to ever more abstract, according to Pancaratra, human beings can access immanent Vasudeva-Krishna and thereby achieve salvific liberation moksha.

According to the Pancharatra tradition, there are samhitas , but its texts list over samhitas. Some surviving Pancaratra texts, with their general focus, are: [1] [13] Sasvata Samhita: treatise on divine manifestations vyuhas , thirty nine incarnations of Vishnu, and worship methodology [32] Ahirbudhnya Samhita: discusses philosophy, vyuha theory, alphabet and rituals [33] Hayashirsha Samhita: rituals and deities [13] Padma Samhita: Panchakala practices for the devotee, festivals and mantras [30] [13] Paushkara Samhita: iconography and worship, believed to be a gem along with Satvata Samhita [13] [34] Maha Sanatkumara Samhita: a large text on religious practice [13] Isvara Samhita: meditation, worship and rituals.

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Names[ edit ] The icon is known by various names: Vaikuntha, [1] [2] Vaikunthanatha "Lord of Vaikuntha" , [1] Chaturmurti "four-fold representation" , [3] Chaturanana "four-faced" , [4] Para Vasudeva Narayana, [5] Vishnu Chaturmurti, Vishnu Chaturanana and Vaikuntha Chaturmukhi "four-faced Vaikuntha". The earliest scriptures like the Vedas , Upanishads and Brahmanas connect the epithet to Indra , the king of the gods and the Supreme god of the era. By the time of the Mahabharata, Vishnu gained the role of Indra and the epithet vaikuntha was transferred to him. The use of vaikuntha in the name also suggests that the form represents the Para Ultimate Reality form of Vishnu. His hair are generally tied up in a large knot — a jata matted hair like a sage; rarely he may wear a crown.

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