112 yogas of delight and wonder
» [p= 978,3]) mf(arī » next)n. (voc. vi-bhāvas) , id. ib.
|(H3) vi-° bhāva [p= 977,3] [L=198289]||(for 2. |
vi-bhāva. » above and [p= 978,3].
|(H1) vi-bhāva [p= 977,3] [L=198307]||1. and 2. |
(for 1. » under vi- √bhā) any condition which excites or develops a partic. state of mind or body , any cause of emotion (e.g. the persons and circumstances represented in a drama , as opp. to the anu-bhāva or external signs or effects of emotion) Bhar. Das3ar. Sa1h. (-tva n.)
|(H2) vi-bhāva 2 [p= 978,3] [L=198416]||m.|
|[p= 978,3] [L=198417]||a friend , acquaintance |
of śiva Pan5car.
|[p= 978,3] [L=198418]||N.|
Paṇḍitarāja Jagannātha, the renowned Sanskrit poet of medieval India - Page 79
» under vi- √bhū.
|(H1) vi-bhava [p= 977,3] [L=198262]||&c |
powerful , rich MBh. xiii , 802
|(H2) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198398]||mfn.|
being everywhere , omnipresence Kan2.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198399]||m.|
development , evolution (with vaiṣṇavas " the evolution of the Supreme Being into secondary forms ") Sarvad.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198400]||m.|
power , might , greatness , exalted position , rank , dignity , majesty , dominion R. Ka1lid. VarBr2S. &c (ifc. with loc. , " one whose power consists in " Gi1t. )
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198401]||m.|
influence upon (loc.) S3a1n3khS3r.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198402]||m.|
(also pl.) wealth , money , property , fortune MBh. Ka1v. &c
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198403]||m.|
luxury , anything sumptuary or superfluous Hcar.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198404]||m.|
magnanimity , lofty-mindedness W.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198405]||m.|
emancipation from existence Inscr. BhP.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198406]||m.|
N. of the 2nd year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBr2S.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198407]||m.|
destruction (of the world) Buddh.
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198408]||m.|
(in music) a kind of measure
|(H2B) vi-bhava [p= 978,2] [L=198409]||m.|
Critique of Poetics: Volume 1 - Page 50
|books.google.comNarendra Nath Sarma - 1994 - 215 pages - Preview|
Vibhava — Vibhavas are the medium through which the permanent moods like rati, hasa, etc. are roused to a ... So Dr. KC Pandeyi5 rightly considers the vibhavas as dramatic situations. They are not the cause but are the mediums through ...
Understanding mantras - Page 234
|books.google.comA.R. Biswas - 2005 - 288 pages - Preview|
It may be noted that (i) and (ii) correspond to vibhava (determinant) and anubhava (consequent). Vibhava has been taken over in English and its equivalent is termed "objective correlative." And this credit goes to Eliot, who has noticed ...
Comparative Aesthetics: Indian aesthetics
|books.google.comHarvey P. Alper - 1991 - 540 pages - Preview|
In other words, it is usually the vyuha gods who are meditated on for mukti, the vibhava gods for bhukti or as a preliminary stage before ... We have seen that there are three categories hierarchically ordered: para, vyuha, and vibhava. ...
Semiosis in Hindustani music - Page 201
|books.google.comKanti Chandra Pandey, Kanti Chandra Pandey - 1956 - Snippet view|
Thus, the word "Vibhava" stands for the dramatic situation, which is not the cause but only a medium, ... Two Aspects Of Vibhava. Emotion always has an objective reference. It can arise only in the presence of an external stimulus. ...
Music Aesthetics - Page 61
|books.google.comJosé Luiz Martínez - 2001 - 396 pages - Preview|
Of the four instances of bhava - vibhava, anubhava, vyabhicaribhava and sthayibhava - the first three stand for cause, ... Vibhava, anubhava and vyabhicaribhava are technical terms, meaning the representation of the causes, ...
|books.google.comManorma Sharma - 2007 - 242 pages - Preview|
(Sthayi Bhavas) appropriately combined with and supported by the various Bhavas (Vibhavas, Anubhavas and Sanchari ... Vibhava has two important aspects (i) Alambana or the object which is primarily responsible for the arousal of the ...