Definition of Padmas
1. padma [n] - See also: padma
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Literary usage of Padmas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Foreign Missionary (1868)
"The Mane padmas are long piles of stone slate on the wayside, covered with what is called the Buddhist prayer in Thibetan characters. ..."
2. Indian Idylls from the Sanskrit of the Mahâbhârata by Edwin Arnold (1883)
"All for the love of men For sixteen padmas stood she, seeking grace, Withholding heart and soul from peace and joy; And afterward for ..."
3. Representative French lyrics of the nineteenth century by George Neely Henning (1913)
"Enfin, Ganga, parmi les hauts palmiers tremblants Et les rouges padmas, marche à pas fiers et lents En appareil royal, tandis qu'au loin la foule Le long ..."
4. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1897)
"For, considering that no two authorities up to the present day agree as to the real location of the Chakras and padmas in the body, and, seeing that the ..."
5. The Great Epic of India: Its Character and Origin by Edward Washburn Hopkins (1901)
"... which means that one remains in bliss fifty-one padmas of years, sixteen plus the aggregate of the (five) arrows (of Love) into the (seven)1 flames = 35 ..."
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