Antaraṅga

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Translations of
antaraṅga
English inner
Pali ajjhattikāni

Antaraṅga (Sanskrit; or Pāli: ajjhattikāni, Hindi: antrang). Translated as: inner, inside.

Buddhist term used in yoga. (Y.S. III, 7-8).

Examples

Antaraṅga yoga, the inner path.
Antaraṅga cetanā, inside lingering. Compare: pratyak cetanā, inward lingering.

See also

Bahiraṅga, bāhirāni (outside, outer)[citation needed]


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