samyoga

samyoga (säm·yōˑ·g),

n in Ayurveda, union; the practice of administering drugs in specific combinations to increase their effectiveness.
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uk TODAY Samyoga - A Journey of Togetherness: Showcasing a new piece of work alongside excerpts from popular previous works like Basant Bells and Kinkini, created by Swati Dance Company.
Saturday, September 21, 2013, 7:30pm Samyoga, performed by Nrityagram one of India's leading dance companies in the Odissi style of dance.
Here the relation of the Ic with the object (ghata) is samyoga (contact) which is called sannikarsa, the perceptual functional relation Whereas, in the CS the relation between the P&V (ghatatva and ghata) is samavaya (inherence), that is called cognitive relation being presented in the CS by the visesana-visesya-bhava-sannikarsa.
com TOMORROW Samyoga - A Journey of Togetherness: Showcasing a brand new piece of work alongside excerpts from popular previous works like Basant Bells and Kinkini, created by Swati Dance Company to music composed by Praveen D Rao.
Houben: As regards samyoga (connection) and samav[bar{a}]ya (inherence), they (are tacchabd[bar{a}]h:) are called by that word (sc.
In chapter III, entitled "Jaimini's Regular Vocabulary and the Event of Sacrifice," several topics are examined: derivation or modification (prakrti, vikrti, vikara); subordination of one sacrificial element to another (pradhana, mukhya, guna, sesa, anga); relationship (anantarya, samnidhana, samyoga, sambandha), which "indicate stages of gradation in the connection of" actions, things, people, and texts; motivation (prayojana); origination (utpatti, nispatti, pratipatti); actualization (pravrtti, nivrtti, nirvrtti); being and making (sat, bhava, kriya); the event of sacrifice (prayoga); and the manner in which Jaimini organizes the Veda.