[Advaita-l] to be and to have in Sanskrit

kuntimaddi sadananda kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 31 06:23:06 CDT 2007

--- Siva Senani Nori <sivasenani at yahoo.com> wrote:

> The Sanskrit root 'as' means 'to be', as in ahamasmi
> (I am); 'bhuj' means 'to have' in the senses of 'to
> eat', 'to consume', 'to possess', usually kingdom,
> lordship etc., 'to enjoy'. bhoktA - the enjoyer, is
> commonly used to convey the sense of ownership [of
> the fruit or result of an action] in vedanta. 
Shree Senani 

PraNAms - very much enjoyed reading your post.

abhivaadaye...aham asmi bhOH!

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