sukshma (sōōkˑ·shm),

adj in Ayurveda, “subtle” as a guna, one of the qualities that characterize all substances. Its complement is sthula. See also gunas and sthula.
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The Brihadaranyaka Upanishad states that there are many levels of sukshma reality (7), and that these subtle levels control the gross level known through sense perception.
With the launch of Sukshma Hospicash, we aim to cater to this untapped segment in rural India through such customised products and also focus on increasing insurance penetration in the country.
Lovric (1987:81) refers to a concept of three bodies tri-sarira, composed of a sthula, sukshma, and karana-sharira, but also quotes no source.