Sunday, June 21, 2015

Sanskrit: The dictionary of बीजाक्षर

It is not correct to say that one Sanskrit word can be used in different places with different meaning in different contexts as संस्कृत is considered, even by Western Indologists [uncompromising people], as a scientific language which means in-variance in truth factors, a basic requirement of a scientific entity and, it consists basically of 'बीजाक्षर' – conceptual seeds, embodying an entire ‘Concept’ in a Phenom.

The dictionary of बीजाक्षर is as follows:
अ = antonym of, 
आ = invite, 
इ = include, 
उ = uplift, 
ए = era, 
ओ = old, 
अं = to the edge, ultimate,
क = what, question, inquiry, 
ख = space, sky, 
ग = to move, 
घ = to bend, 
च = and, in connection with, 
छ = clean, 
ज = to take birth, 
झ = splash, 
त = place, placement, 
थ = heavy placement, heavily placed, 
द = to give, 
ध = holding, 
न = negative, non, 
ट = virtue, 
ठ = large, 
ड = scare, causing fear, 
ढ = poisonous, 
ण = atom, very small quantity. 
प = guard, to take guard, 
फ = to manifest, 
ब = aspire, 
भ = suddenly appear, from unknown to known, 
म = welfare, 
य = go away, exit, 
र = acquire, 
ल = act of taking, 
व = carry, hang on to, 
श = pure, clear of impurity, 
ष = superior, supreme, the best, 
स = inseparably together, 
ह = forcefully carry away, 
क्ष = exist invisibly, 
ज्ञ = know, 
क्र = exchange, 
प्र = regimented, regulated, 
त्र = defender, protector, 
घ्र = sniff, 
भ्र = revolve, 
नृ = hero, principal, 
कृ = grace, 
तृ = twinkle,
व् = veil, cover, 
उ = uplift, develop, 
क्ष् = exist invisibly.

(श + इ + व): शिव = possess and carry purity; 
(नृ + प):नृप = Principal protector;
(क्र + य): क्रय = gone in exchange; 
(न + भ): नभ = negative of sudden existence – previously existing: 
(ख + ग): खग = moving, mover in sky, space; 
(क्ष + ण): क्षण = invisibly atomic, small unit; 
(व + ह): वह = carry forcibly; 
(ह + व): हव = forceful carrier; 
(ध + न): धन = non holding, expendable; 
(छ + व + इ): छवि = clean placed inside; 
(ल + व ): लव = act of taking the carrier; 
(र + ण ): रण = acquiring a small possession; 
(ल + क्ष +म = इ): लक्ष्मि = taking possession of welfare not yet known; 
(घ + न): घन = unbending; etc. 

So, the ‘concepts’ involved in 
वृक्ष are → [a cover, veil of] + [uplift, develop, evolve] + [that exist invisibly]: 
Existing invisibly a surrounding/veil of evolution.


  1. Where is ऋ (as in ऋषिः) in this list?
    The word वृक्षः is made of व् ऋ् क्ष् - not व् उ क्ष्

  2. What is the source of this list?