[ruhj-uh s] /ˈrʌdʒ əs/
See under .
[goo n-uh] /ˈgʊn ə/
(in Sankhya and Vedantic philosophy) one of the three qualities of prakriti, or nature, which are passion (rajas) dullness or inertia (tamas) and goodness or purity (sattva)
[rah-juh] /ˈrɑ dʒə/
a king or prince in India.
a minor chief or dignitary.
an honorary title conferred on Hindus in India.
a title of rulers, princes, or chiefs in Java, Borneo, etc.
(in India, formerly) a ruler or landlord: sometimes used as a form of address or as a title preceding a name
a Malayan or Javanese prince or chieftain
a state of activity and restlessness, one of the three gunas (qualities of nature) in Hindu philosophy
also raja, “king or prince in India,” 1550s, from Hindi, from Sanskrit rajan “king,” related to raj “kingdom, kingship,” rajati “he rules,” and cognate with Latin rex, Old Irish rig “king” (see regal). Related: Rajput, “member of the ruling caste in northern India” (1590s), from Sanskrit rajaputrah “prince,” literally “king’s son,” from putrah “son, boy” (cf. puerile).
[ruhj-uh s] /ˈrʌdʒ əs/ noun, Hinduism. 1. See under . adjective in Hindu philosophy, pertaining to rajas, the cosmic quality of movement and one of the three qualities of nature noun a state of activity and restlessness, one of the three gunas (qualities of nature) in Hindu philosophy
[rah-juh-stahn] /ˈrɑ dʒəˌstɑn/ noun 1. a state in NW India; formerly Rajputana and a group of small states. 132,078 sq. mi. (342,056 sq. km). Capital: Jaipur. /ˌrɑːdʒəˈstɑːn/ noun 1. a state of NW India, bordering on Pakistan: formed in 1958; contains the Thar Desert in the west; now the largest state in India. Capital: Jaipur. […]
[rah-juh-stah-nee] /ˌrɑ dʒəˈstɑ ni/ noun 1. an Indic language, the vernacular of Rajasthan. adjective 2. of, relating to, or characteristic of Rajasthan, its people, culture, or language.
- Raja yoga
/ˈrɑːdʒə/ noun 1. (sometimes capitals) a form of yoga chiefly concerned with controlling and using the energy of the mind by meditation Compare hatha yoga noun a type of Hindu yoga consisting of the eight stages leading to enlightenment, with the goal of mind and emotional control See ashtanga yoga Word Origin Sanskrit rajayoga