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indriya: masculine vocative singular stem: indriya
indriya: neuter vocative singular stem: indriya
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indriyamfn. fit for or belonging to or agreeable to indra- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyam. a companion of indra-(?) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. power, force, the quality which belongs especially to the mighty indra- View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. exhibition of power, powerful act View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. bodily power, power of the senses View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. virile power View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. semen virile etc. View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. faculty of sense, sense, organ of sense View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
indriyan. the number five as symbolical of the five senses. (In addition to the five organs of perception, buddhīndriyāṇi-or jñānendriyāṇi-, id est eye, ear, nose, tongue, and skin, the Hindus enumerate five organs of action, karmendriyāṇi- id est larynx, hand, foot, anus, and parts of generation;between these ten organs and the soul or ātman-stands manas-or mind, considered as an eleventh organ;in the vedānta-, manas-, buddhi-, ahaṃkāra-,and citta-form the four inner or internal organs, antar-indriyāṇi-,so that according to this reckoning the organs are fourteen in number, each being presided over by its own ruler or niyantṛ-;thus, the eye by the Sun, the ear by the Quarters of the world, the nose by the two aśvin-s, the tongue by pracetas-, the skin by the Wind, the voice by Fire, the hand by indra-, the foot by viṣṇu-, the anus by mitra-, the parts of generation by prajāpati-, manas by the Moon, buddhi- by brahman-, ahaṃkāra- by śiva-, citta by viṣṇu- as acyuta-;in the nyāya- philosophy each organ is connected with its own peculiar element, the nose with the Earth, the tongue with Water, the eye with Light or Fire, the skin with Air, the ear with Ether;the jaina-s divide the whole creation into five sections, according to the number of organs attributed to each being.) View this entry on the original dictionary page scan.
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indriya इन्द्रिय a. Fit for or belonging to or agreeable to, Indra. -यः A friend or companion of Indra. -यम् [इन्द्र-घ; इन्द्रेण दुर्जयम्; by P.V.2.93 इन्द्रियमिन्द्रलिङ्गमिन्द्रदृष्ट मिन्द्रसृष्टमिन्द्रजुष्टमिन्द्रदत्तमिति वा] 1 Power, force, the quality which belongs to Indra. -2 An organ of sense, sense, or faculty of sense. (Indriyas are often compared to restive horses, which, if not properly checked, will lead one astray; cf. मा भूवन्नपथवरास्तवेन्द्रियाश्वाः Ki.5.5). There are two kinds of Indriyas:- (a) ज्ञानेन्द्रियाणि or बुद्धीन्द्रियाणि; श्रोत्रं त्वक्चक्षुणी जिह्वा नासिका चैव पञ्चमी (also मनः according to some); and (b) कर्मेन्द्रियाणिः -पायूपस्थं हस्तपादं वाक् चैव दशमी स्मृता Ms.2.9. Ms. further adds एकादशं मनो ज्ञेयं स्वगुणेनोभयात्मकम् । यस्मिञ् जिते जितावेतौ भवतः पञ्चकौ गणौ ॥ In the Vedanta मनः, बुद्धि, अहंकार and चित्त are said to be the four internal organs, the total number of organs being, therefore, 14, each presided over by its own ruler or नियन्तृ. In Nyāya each organ is connected with its own peculiar element; the eye, ear, tongue, nose, and skin being connected respectively with Light or fire, Ether, Water, Earth and Air. -3 Bodily or virile power, power of the sense. -4 Semen; गणिकान्नमथेन्द्रियम् Mb.12.36.28. -5 Symbolical expression for the number '5'. -Comp. -अगोचर a. imperceptible. -अर्थः 1 an object of sense; these objects are:- रूपं शब्दो गन्धरसस्पर्शाश्च विषया अमी Ak.; इन्द्रियस्येन्द्रियस्यार्थे रागद्वैषौ व्यवस्थितौ Bg.3.34; Bh.3.5.8; R.14.25. -2 anything exciting these senses. -असङ्गः non-attachment to sensual objects, stoicism. -आत्मन् m. 1 an epithet of Viṣṇu. -2 an organ of sense. -आदिः the principle called ahaṅkāra (in Sāṅ. Phil.). -आयतनम् 1 the abode of the senses, i. e. the body. -2 the soul. -आराम a. given to enjoying the objects of sense; अघायुरिन्द्रियारामो मोघं पार्थ स जीवति Bg.3.16. -ईशः the soul. -गोचर a. perceptible to the senses. (-रः) an object of sense; पञ्च चेन्द्रियगोचराः Bg.13.5. -ग्रामः, -वर्गः the assemblage or collection of organs, the five organs of sense taken collectively; बलवानिन्द्रियग्रामो विद्वांसमपि कर्षति Ms.2.215, 1,175; निर्ववार मधुनीन्द्रियवर्गः Śi.1.3. -ज a. in one's presence, visible. -ज्ञानम् consciousness, the faculty of perception. -धारणा restraint of senses; स्थिरामिन्द्रिय- धारणाम् Kaṭh.2.6.11. -निग्रहः restraint of senses. -प्रसङ्गः sensuality. -बुद्धिः f. perception by the senses, exercise of any organ of sense. -बोधन a. exciting power; stimulating or sharpening the senses. (-नम्) any excitement of senses, a stimulus. -वधः insensibility. -विप्रतिपत्तिः f. perversion of the organs, wrong preception. -वृत्तिः f. function of the organs. -संप्रयोगः Functioning of senses with reference to objects. -सुख sensual pleasures; एवमिन्द्रियसुखानि निर्विशन्नन्यकार्यविमुखः स पार्थिवः R.19.47. -सन्निकर्षः the contact of an organ of sense (either with its object or with the mind). -स्वापः insensibility, unconsciousness, stupor.
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indriya indr-iyá, n. might of Indra, i. 85, 2 [Índra].
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indriya a. belonging to, like or dear to Indra; m. companion of Indra; n. Indra's might; dominion; mighty deed; vigour, energy; semen virile; organ of sense; -kâma, a. desirous of might; -grâma, m.totality of the senses; -nigraha, m. restraint of the senses; -sakti, f. power of the senses; -samyamá, m. restraint of the senses.
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indriya and of the senses themselvesSB 7.8.8
indriya and sensesBG 18.33
indriya and the sensesBG 18.38
indriya and to the sensesSB 5.24.10
indriya as the sensesMM 36
indriya bodilySB 1.6.14
indriya bodily sensesSB 10.47.29
indriya by the sensesSB 4.29.68
SB 4.29.8
indriya for sense enjoymentSB 10.85.19
indriya material sensesSB 3.9.33
SB 3.9.36
SB 7.1.35
indriya of the sense organsBG 4.26
indriya of the sensesCC Madhya 20.276
SB 10.10.30-31
SB 10.47.32
SB 10.84.24-25
SB 11.11.9
SB 11.13.32
SB 11.18.22
SB 11.18.40-41
SB 11.19.36-39
SB 11.24.7
SB 11.28.22
SB 12.7.11
SB 3.25.7
SB 4.29.23-25
SB 4.29.57
SB 4.29.63
SB 7.15.19
SB 7.15.41
SB 7.3.28
SB 8.9.5
indriya sensesBG 13.15
indriya sensesBG 13.15
BG 5.27-28
BG 6.11-12
CC Adi 4.71
CC Antya 14.41
CC Antya 5.124-125
CC Madhya 25.225
CC Madhya 3.70
SB 1.2.10
SB 1.2.33
SB 1.9.31
SB 10.87.2
SB 11.2.49
SB 11.21.36
SB 11.22.19
SB 11.23.32
SB 11.28.12
SB 11.28.16
SB 11.6.7
SB 12.8.36
SB 2.2.30
SB 2.5.32
SB 2.6.22
SB 2.6.40-41
SB 3.14.20
SB 3.31.14
SB 3.31.44
SB 3.5.29
SB 3.7.13
SB 3.7.23
SB 3.9.3
SB 4.17.34
SB 4.22.23
SB 4.22.37
SB 4.24.62
SB 4.29.18-20
SB 6.16.24
SB 6.19.13
SB 6.8.30
SB 8.5.38
indriya strong sensesSB 10.78.36
indriya the function of his sensesSB 10.16.55
indriya the knowledge-acquiring sensesSB 4.29.18-20
indriya the material sensesSB 3.27.14
indriya the mindSB 12.11.22
indriya the sense organsSB 1.18.26
indriya the sensesBG 4.27
CC Antya 2.118
SB 10.16.42-43
SB 10.47.30
SB 11.11.14
SB 11.25.6
SB 11.3.35
SB 12.4.20-21
SB 12.4.23
SB 2.10.3
SB 3.15.7
SB 3.26.25
SB 3.26.34
SB 3.28.41
SB 3.31.13
SB 3.32.9
SB 3.33.2
SB 4.2.26
SB 4.24.34
SB 5.5.10-13
SB 6.16.23
SB 7.15.46
SB 7.3.33
SB 7.4.33
SB 8.17.2-3
SB 8.5.27
SB 8.7.25
indriya the senses for working and recording knowledgeSB 3.26.71
indriya the ten sensesSB 6.12.11
SB 7.2.46
indriya through his mindSB 10.84.24-25
indriya to the sensesCC Antya 8.49
indriya with the sensesSB 11.26.22
SB 8.20.22
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indriya adjective fit for or belonging to or agreeable to Indra (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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indriya noun (neuter) bodily power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
exhibition of power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
faculty of sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
force (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
organ of sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
power of the senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
powerful act (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
semen virile (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
sense (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the number five as symbolical of the five senses (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
the quality which belongs especially to the mighty Indra (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))
virile power (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

Frequency rank 181/72933
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indriya

sensory or motor organs.









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