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TermMeaning
JapaRepetition of God"s name. In Kali Yuga (dark age) the practice of japa alone can give eternal peace, bliss and immortality. Japa ultimately results in samadhi (communion with the Lord). Lord Krishna says in the Bhagvad Gita "Yajnanam Japa yajnosmi - among Yajnas (religious practice) I am Japa Yajna." Japa is of three kinds: Manasic (mental), Vaikhari (audible) and Upamshu (Humming)
Japa-malarosary
Jivabody with soul
Jivanmukt, JivanmuktaLiberated sage or liberated soul, The Enlightened One, the Liberated one, the one who has attained state of Nirvikalpa Samadhi (unconditioned state of super-consciousness)
Jivatmaindividual self
JyotishiVedic Astrologer
 
  

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