purusha

purusha
\\ˈpu̇rəshə\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Sanskrit puruṣa, literally, man
: the soul that with prakriti constitutes the primary cause of phenomenal existence according to Sankhya philosophy; specifically : an individual soul of an infinite number of like, discrete, and eternal souls

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • purusha —    The term purusha has two meanings. In the ancient RIG VEDA, X. 90, the Purusha (usually spelled in English with a capital P) is the divine being who existed before time and was sacrificed to create both the transcendent and the material realms …   Encyclopedia of Hinduism

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  • Purusha —    In Vedic myth the male half of Brahma as opposed to Satarupa, the female half. Purusha has also been described as a primeval giant from whose dead body the world was created. The confusion between Purusha and Viraj may have arisen from the… …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology

  • Purusha — Le Puruṣa (devanāgarī : पुरुष) est un terme sanskrit qui signifie Mâle, homme, personne, mais aussi héros[1]. En philosophie hindoue ce terme désigne l Être, le macrocosme. Dans le courant philosophique du Sāṃkhya, le Puruṣa est le principe… …   Wikipédia en Français

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