is one of the three gunas (qualities or substance) which make up primal matter . The others are sattva (luminous, good principle) and rajas (the principle or activity or restlessness or affectivity) and tamas (the principle of darkness , of inertia, laziness)
principle of action, considered as a positive energy
The principle of activity or restlessness. (See Guna)
one of the three gunas or qualities in existence, associated with the creator God Brahma and representing the active energy or agitation in the universe
the intermediate principle of energy among the three qualities of nature
One of the three gunas or attributes, the impulse to action, passion, dynamism, and heat. (see Gunas).
The guna which expresses itself as restlessness, activity, and passion.
The principle of activity and restlessness in nature; one of the three gunas (attributes), or constitutive elements of any phenomenon. Rajasic is pertaining to rajas.
The guna which expresses itself as activity, restlessness, and passion, ambition, etc.
The second of the gunas: energy quality of high activity and agitation.
Passion; one of the constituents of prakruti; it is to be reduced in the system. Dirt or dust.
Passion or desire towards worldly objects
(Sanskrit) Restless activity. Passion as passionate anger. One of the 'Three Fires' with Dosa and Moha.
1. [one of the three gunas]: the mode of action, desire and passion; the force of kinesis (translates in quality as struggle and effort, passion and action). Ved.]: a word for the heavenly and earthly worlds, meant probably "the shining"; the lower world.
one of the three Guna. According to Shri Aurobindo, râjas is the germ of strength and action, which creates the energy play. It is the power of the movement which corresponds to struggle, effort, passion and action
Passion or creative potency, one of the three gunas (qualities of material nature).
It refers to the law of nature that maintains life. It is one of the three gunas characterized by action, energy, passion and stimulation that leads to the life of sensual enjoyment, pleasure and pain, efforts and restlessness.
One of the three aspects of cosmic energy; passion; creativity; restlessness.
One of the three qualities of Prakriti which generates passion and restlessness.
In Samkhya philosophy, one of the six schools of Hindu philosophy, rajas (Sanskrit rajas, or rajoguna) is the quality (guna) of activity. If a person or thing tends to be extremely active, excitable, or passionate, that person or thing is said to have a preponderance of rajas. It is contrasted with the quality of tamas, which is the quality of inactivity, darkness, and laziness, and with sattva, which is the quality of purity, clarity, and healthy calmness.