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" Veda, prove the author to have adored (not the visible material sun, but) that divine and incomparably greater light, to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian scripture, which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which... "
The Arabs in Spain; an historical narrative - Pągina 71
1840
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Researches Concerning the Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce, Etc ..., Volum 1

Quintin Craufurd - 1817
...to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian scripture, which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate our intellects."* * Jones. Some persons have suggested the idea that the Hindu and Cretan lawgivers were perhaps the...
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The Monthly Review

1818
...greater light, (to use the most .venerable text in the Indian scripture,) " which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate our intellects." ART. II. Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society, Vol.11. Part II. For the Years 1814, 1815,...
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Institutes of Hindu Law: Or, The Ordinances of Menu, According to the Gloss ...

Manu (Lawgiver) - 1825 - 450 pągines
...to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian scripture, which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate (not our visual organs merely, but our souls and) our intellects. Whatever opinion in short may be...
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English translation

Manu - 1825
...to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian scripture, which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate (not our visual organs merely, but our souls and) our intellects. Whatever opinion in short may be...
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Researches Into the Nature and Affinity of Ancient and Hindu Mythology

Vans Kennedy - 1831 - 494 pągines
...venerable text in the Indian scripture, •which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, and to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate our intellects" Mr. Colebrooke, also, in describing the oblation to the sun (Asiat. Res., vol. vp 357.), observes,...
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An Historical Sketch of Sanscrit Literature: With Copious Bibliographical ...

Friedrich von Adelung - 1832 - 234 pągines
...to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian Scripture, "which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate (not our visual organs merely, but our souls, etc.) our intellects ra . Sir W. Jones forced upon the...
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The Mythology of the Hindus

Charles Coleman - 1832 - 401 pągines
...(to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian scriptures) which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which can alone irradiate (not our visual organs merely, but our souls and) our intellects." Their ancient...
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Oriental Memoirs: A Narrative of Seventeen Years Residence in India, Volum 1

James Forbes - 1834 - 1052 pągines
...to use the words of the most venerable text in the Indian Scriptures, which illumines all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate (not our visual organs merely, but our souls, and) our intellects. Whatever opinion, in short, may...
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Around the World: A Narrative of a Voyage in the East India ..., Volum 1

Robert Burts - 1840
...solely to meditate upon " the divine and incomparably great light which illumines all, and delights all ; from which all proceed ; to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate our intellects." This is the holy text which even a Brahmin must not articulate ; but which he is required often to...
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Handbook of Universal Literature

Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta - 1860 - 567 pągines
...visible sun, but the incomparably greater light, according to the Vedas, which illuminates all, delights all, from which all proceed, to which all must return, and which alone can irradiate our souls. 15. MODERN LITERATURES OF INDIA. — The literature of the modern tongues of the Hindus consist...
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