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 {Da.} धन
{Da.za.} dhaja
{Da.na.} धन
{Da.ma.} धम
{Da.ra.} धर

UKT: To transliterate ध as dh is not appropriate because the phoneme is not derived from द d /d/ - UKT100830

UKT notes
• dhanayoga धनयोग • dhyana  equiv. of Bur-Myan {Zaan} or jhāna in Pali (झान = झ ा न )

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{Da.za.} dhaja
UPMT-PED114

dhaja धज
Pal: dhaja  m. a flag, mark, symbol - UPMT-PED114
Pal: {Da.za.} UHS-PMD0493
Skt: ? in धज Devanagari/IAST

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{Da.na.} धन
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• धन (dhana)
Skt: धन (dhana) - money - OnlineSktDict
Pal: dhana  n. wealth, property, treasure - UPMT-PED114
Pal: {Da.na.} UHS-PMD0493

• धनं (dhanaM)
Skt: धनं (dhanaM) - wealth - OnlineSktDict

€ धनवत्   dhanavat   adj.   wealthy - SpkSkt

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• धनकारक (dhanakaaraka)
Skt: धनकारक (dhanakaaraka) - [Astrology] Jupiter the Significator for Wealth - OnlineSktDict

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• धनज्न्जय (dhanaJNjaya)
Skt: धनज्न्जय (dhanaJNjaya) - O conqueror of wealth - OnlineSktDict

• धनज्न्जयः (dhanaJNjayaH)
Skt: धनज्न्जयः (dhanaJNjayaH) - Dhananjaya (Arjuna, the winner of wealth) - OnlineSktDict

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• धनपति (dhanapati)
Skt: धनपति (dhanapati) - kubera, the Lord of wealth - OnlineSktDict

• धनभाव (dhanabhaava)
Skt: धनभाव (dhanabhaava) - [Astrology] Second house ruling over Wealth - OnlineSktDict

• धनमान (dhanamaana)
Skt: धनमान (dhanamaana) - of wealth and false prestige - OnlineSktDict

€ धनिन्   dhanin   adj.   wealthy - SpkSkt

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• धनयोग (dhanayoga) 
Skt: धनयोग (dhanayoga) - [Astrology] The 2nd, 5th, 9th, and 11th
  are wealth producing houses. - OnlineSktDict

See my note on Planetary combination  dhanayoga 

 

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• धनादेशः (dhanaadeshaH)
Skt: धनादेशः (dhanaadeshaH) - m. cheque - OnlineSktDict

• धनानि (dhanaani)
Skt: धनानि (dhanaani) - wealth - OnlineSktDict

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• धनिकतन्त्रं (dhanikatantraM)
Skt: धनिकतन्त्रं (dhanikatantraM) - n. plutocracy - OnlineSktDict

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• धनिष्ठा (dhanishhThaa)
Skt: धनिष्ठा (dhanishhThaa) - [Astrology] Twenty-third nakshatra - OnlineSktDict

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• धनु (dhanu)
Skt: धनु (dhanu) - [Astrology] Zodiacal sign Sagittarius - OnlineSktDict
Pal: dhanu  n.  a bow, a measure of 4 cubits - UPMT-PED115
Pal: {Da.nu.} UHS-PMD0494

• धनुः (dhanuH)
Skt: धनुः (dhanuH) - (m) a bow - OnlineSktDict

• धनुरासन (dhanuraasana)
Skt: धनुरासन (dhanuraasana) - the bow posture - OnlineSktDict

• धनुर्धरः (dhanurdharaH)
Skt: धनुर्धरः (dhanurdharaH) - the carrier of the bow and arrow - OnlineSktDict

• धनुष (dhanushha)
Skt: धनुष (dhanushha) - The Zodiacal sign Sagittarius - OnlineSktDict

• धनुषं (dhanushhaM)
Skt: धनुषं (dhanushhaM) - bow - OnlineSktDict

• धनुषा (dhanushhaa)
Skt: धनुषा (dhanushhaa) - thro'bow - OnlineSktDict

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• धन्यः (dhanyaH)
Skt: धन्यः (dhanyaH) - are praiseworthy - OnlineSktDict

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{Da.ma.} धम
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• धमनि (dhamani)
Skt: धमनि (dhamani) - a layer within a nadi allowing for the passage of energy - OnlineSktDict
Pal: dhamani f. a vein, nerve - UPMT-PED115
Pal: {Da.ma.ni.} UHS-PMD0495

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{Da.ra.} धर
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• धरं (dharaM)
Skt: धरं (dharaM) - wearing - OnlineSktDict

• धरणि (dharaNi)
Skt: धरणि (dharaNi) - earth - OnlineSktDict
Pal: dharaṇi  f.  the earth - UPMT-PED115
Pal: {Da.ra.Ni.} UHS-PMD0500

• धरति (dharati)
Skt: धरति (dharati) - to wear - OnlineSktDict
*Pal: dharati  v.  (√dhar)  to live - UPMT-PED115
*Pal: {Da.ra.ti.} UHS-PMD0500

• धरयेत् (dharayet.h)
Skt: धरयेत् (dharayet.h) - bears - OnlineSktDict

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UKT notes

(dhanayoga) धनयोग

From: Online Sanskrit Dictionary, February 12, 2003 . http://sanskritdocuments.org/dict/dictall.pdf  090907

 

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Dhyāna

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhyana_in_Buddhism#Dhya_in_the_early_sutras 110629

Dhyāna in Sanskrit (ध्यान = ध ् य ा न ) or jhāna in Pali (झान = झ ा न ) can refer to either meditation or meditative states. Equivalent terms are "Chαn" in modern Chinese, "Zen" in Japanese, "Seon" in Korean, "Thien" in Vietnamese, and "Samten" in Tibetan.

Pal: {Za-na.} -  - UHS-PMD0420
Bur: {Zaan} - n. intense concentration of mind - MED2010-155

As a meditative state, dhyāna is characterized by profound stillness and concentration. It is discussed in the Pāli canon (and the parallel agamas) and post-canonical Theravāda Buddhist literature, and in other literature. There has been little scientific study of the states so far.

Dhyāna in the early sutras

In the early texts, it is taught as a state of collected, full-body awareness in which mind becomes very powerful and still but not frozen, and is thus able to observe and gain insight into the changing flow of experience.[1][2] Later Theravada literature, in particular the Visuddhimagga, describes it as an abiding in which the mind becomes fully immersed and absorbed in the chosen object of attention,[3] characterized by non-dual consciousness.[4]

The Buddha himself entered jhāna, as described in the early texts, during his own quest for enlightenment, and is constantly seen in the suttas encouraging his disciples to develop jhāna as a way of achieving awakening and liberation.[5][6][7]

One key innovative teaching of the Buddha was that meditative absorption must be combined with liberating cognition.[8]

Just before his passing away, The Buddha entered the jhānas in direct and reverse order, and the passing away itself took place after rising from the fourth jhāna.[9]

The Buddha's instructions on attaining jhana are via mindfulness of breathing, found in the Ānāpānasati Sutta and elsewhere.

UKT: More in this very extensive article.

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