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" Canscha, signifies the object of our most ardent wishes. " Om, is the famous monosyllable used both at the beginning and conclusion of a prayer, or any religious rite, like amen. " Pacsha, exactly answers to the obsolete Latin word vix, it... "
Miscellanea maximam partem critica - Page 631
edited by - 1822
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Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in ..., Volume 5

Asia - 1799
...pure Sanfcrit, and ufed to this day by Brahmens at the conclufion of religious rites. , They are thus written in the language of the Gods, as the. Hindus call the language of theirfacred books., Canfcha, Om, Pacfaa. / ^ CANSCHA fignifies the object of our molt ardent wifhes....
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Asiatic Researches; Or, Transactions of the Society, Instituted in Bengal ...

Asiatic Society of Bengal - Archaeology - 1807
...pure Sanfcrit, and ufed to this day by Brahmens at the conclufion of religious rites. They are thus written in the language of the Gods, as the Hindus call the language of their facred books, Canfcha9 Orn, Pacfha. CANSCHA fignifies the obje£l of our moft ardent wifhes. OM is...
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Essay on the Mysteries of Eleusis

graf Sergeĭ Semenovich Uvarov - Eleusinian mysteries - 1817 - 188 pages
...Sanscrit, and used to this day by the Brahmens at the conclusion of religious rites. They are thus written in the language of the gods, as the Hindus call the language of their sacred books, Canscha, Om, Pacsha. " Canscha, signifies the object of our most ardent wishes. " Om, is the famous...
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The Literary panorama, Volume 6

1817
...Sanscrit. They were Koyt, "О/*, n»*. — L'ougx, Ow. I'atuc. — They are used to this day by Urahmiiis at the conclusion of religious rites: they are written in the language of the fiods, as the Hindoos rail their sacred books, — Canscfta, От, Pune.iA;t. 1 he first, t'uiisrfia,...
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volume 2; Volume 7

English literature - 1831
...considered hitherto as inexplicable ; but they are pure Sanscrit, and used to this day by Brahmins at the conclusion of religious rites. They are written in the language of the gods, as the Hindoos call the language of their sacred books, Candscha, Om, 1'acsha. Candscha sonifies the object...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator, Volume 9

Theology - 1837
...hitherto considered as inexplicable ; but they are pure Sanscrit, and are used to this day by Brahmins at the conclusion of religious rites. They are written in the language of the gods, as the Hindoos call the language of their sacred books Candscha, Om, Pacsha. Candscha, signifies the object...
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