[Advaita-l] What is badha?
lalitaalaalitah at lalitaalaalitah.com
Fri Jan 24 11:29:12 CST 2014
Technically, bAdha is a any vR^itti which reveals abhAva of the thing which
was perceived as existing by other pramANam.
So, if you saw silver = if silver was known existing in front by a eyes
then, the pramA= vR^itti which reveals absence of silver in the perceived
place is bAdha of silver.
The sublimation = layaH of silver(anything created by ignorance) is result
of this bAdha = specific vR^ittiH. Hence, treating cause-result once, we
use the word bAdha of sublimation too.
On 24 January 2014 22:46, Suresh <mayavaadi at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I understand badha means sublation, but can someone explain with clear
> examples? Is it used to show different levels of reality and that the level
> which cannot be further sublated is the ultimate reality, Brahman?
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