"Self-realization is meant to ensure fulfilment for one’s own self. It is not reaching somewhere or getting at something external, like going to the peak of a mountain. The attainment is in dissolving the mind and intelligence, and getting into the very core of oneself. In other words, it is like multiplying everything with zero."

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Narayanashrama Tapovanam Glossary

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vairāgya

Sanskrit : वैराग्य; Dispassion, Freedom from all worldly desires, indifference to worldly objects and to life.

vanaprastha

Sanskrit : वानप्रस्थ ; The third stage of human life (who has passed through the stages of student and householder and has abandoned his house and family for an ascetic life).

vānara

Sanskrit : वानर ; a monkey or an ape.

vāsanā

Sanskrit : वासना; the impression of anything remaining unconsciously in the mind, the present consciousness of past perceptions, knowledge derived from memory.

vatsalya

sanskrit : वात्सल्य ; Tenderness, affection, fondness.

vichāra

Sanskrit: विचार ; pondering, deliberation, consideration, reflection, examination, investigation.

vidhi

sanskrit : विधिः ; An injunction.

viśwarūpa

Sanskrit: विश्वरूप ; Universal Form, All-formed, is considered the supreme form of Vishnu, where the whole universe is described as contained in Him.

vivarta

Sanskrit : विवर्त ; illusion, an apparent or illusory form, unreality.

viveka

sanskrit: विवेक ; discrimination between what is real and unreal.

vrata

sanskrit : व्रत ; a religious vow or practice , any pious observance , meritorious act of devotion or austerity.

vrata

Sanskrit : व्रत; a religious vow or practice.

vrtthi

sanskrit : वृत्ति ; Turning, turning round, revolving ; being, existence, abiding; working of the mind.

vyavahāra

Sanskrit : व्यवहार ; doing, performing, action.

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