the lower principle of inertia of omni substances
means darkness , the principle of inertia or laziness. One of the three gu _s of prakriti.
Heaviness, dulness, laziness. One of the three gunas.
ignorance; one of the modes of material nature.
Darkness or ignorance, one of the three qualities or constituents of everything in nature.
one of the three Guna. For Shri Aurobindo, tamas is the force of unconsciousness and inerty, qualitatively expressed by darkness, inability and inaction. Tamas is the germ of inertia and lack of intelligence, the negation of sattwa and râjas, which dissolves all things they have created and maintained
darkness, obscurity; [one of the three gunas]: the mode of ignorance and inertia, the force of inconscience (translates in quality as incapacity and inaction) .
Ignorance or destructive potency; the lowest of the three gunas.
The principle of dullness or inertia in nature. See guna.
Ignorance; inertia; darkness; perishability.
the Guna (see Guna) or attribute corresponding to inertia and darkness.
The principle of dullness or inertia in nature; one of the three gunas (attributes), or constitutive elements of any phenomenon. Tamasic is pertaining to tamas.
The guna which expresses itself as dullness, stupidity, and inertia.
The third constituent of prakruti-usually darkness, restfulness or sloth or dullness.Tamasah parastat: Beyond the Tamas is the Divine Abode. Andha tamas: deep and blinding darkness to which men who are soul- killers go. Or those who are devoted only to karma or avidya.
Lowest of the three Gunas. It is a destructive or ignorance quality of darkness
the quality of inertia, laziness, procrastination.
One of the three gunas; lethargy destruction property
mode of ignorance, also described as darkness and slowness (see also g u n a s, a v i d h y â, S' i v a).
It refers to the darkness, inertia, heaviness and the materialistic attitude.
The guna or quality of inertia, resistance, stupidity, ignorance; also the claiming of doer-ship; one of the three gunas.
One of the three qualities of nature which generates inertia, laziness, dullness and infatuation.
In Hinduism and Buddhism, Tamas, or tamo-guna, is the lower of the three gunas. It is a force which promotes one or more of the following: (1) darkness, (2) death, (3) destruction, (4) ignorance, (5) sloth, (6) resistance. Note that sloth is related to death by analogy, and likewise, ignorance is related to darkness.
Tamas (Translation - Darkness) (1987) is a controversial and highly acclaimed TV series/movie directed by Govind Nihalani based on novel of same name by Bhisham Sahni about a Sikh family migrating to India at the time of Partition of India.