"game"; the Manifested world is often seen as a play of Gods who govern its cycles
Divine play. See the nine modes of bhakti.
The Hindu term for play, drama, and sport. The Rama lila is the fall festival that honors Rama, while the Ras lila is the spring festival in honor of Krishna.
Hindi word which can be roughly translated as the play of the gods. Often used by premies to describe some of Maharaji's more bizarre actions or statements.
divine play of consciousness
God's inscrutable, playful, self-deception
Play. The Divine cosmic drama of creation, preservation and dissolution.
Play of God. It is the act of God by which he uplifts those who cling to him-liyam laliti lila. It is done so easily without any effort by God who is Omnipotent-Avalila. All creation is said to be done by mere wish (ichata) by God.
in Hinduism, the "sport" or "play" of the gods as it takes place within the natural energies and circular rhythms of the universe.
Lila sometimes spelled leela is a concept from Hinduism that explains the universe as a cosmic puppet theater or playground for the gods. "Lila" literally means "play," but in religious texts refers to "purposeless play" - life as a spontaneous game. Because worldly roles and duties (dharma) are divinely assigned and beyond human control in Hindu philosophy, lila is as simple as "might as well enjoy it."
Lila is a fictional character in the television series , played by Willa O'Neill.