Month: January 2018

Nyaya – Daughter and louse.

यूकभिया कन्यात्यागन्यायःIt takes its origin from a daughter being turned out of doors for fear of the lice that infested her hair; and is used to denote the folly of a coward who is preapared rather to part with a valuable...

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Nyaya – The lamp and reading.

यवत्तैलं तावद् व्याख्यानमिति न्यायःThis maxim originates from the fact that one can go on with one’s study in the light of a lamp so long as there is oil in the hold of the lamp to enable it to burn and is used to denote...

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