Definition of Prajna

1. ultimate knowledge in Buddhism and Hinduism [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prajna

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prajna (current term)
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Literary usage of Prajna

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bhilsa Topes, Or, Buddhist Monuments of Central India: Comprising a by Alexander Cunningham (1854)
"Thou prajna! art the sum of all good qualities; and Buddha is the Guru of the ... The author of the Puja-kand thus addresses prajna:—" I make salutation to ..."

2. Chinese Buddhism: A Volume of Sketches, Historical, Descriptive and Critical by Joseph Edkins (1880)
"... was the first to print the entire series of the Buddhist accepted books—prajna paramita, eighty times as large as our New Testament—The Pei-tsang, ..."

3. Journal of the Pali Text Society by Pali Text Society (1907)
"When even a single thought of yours is benighted, prajna is lost ; when even a ... People are so benighted and confused that they do not perceive prajna and ..."

4. The Sanskrit Buddhist Literature of Nepal by Rājendralāla Mitra (1882)
"On the merits of the prajna-paramita, as the means of salvation, ... The works of Mara which obstruct the light of the prajna- paramita in Bodhisattvas. ..."

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