Tattva

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Tattva is a Sanskrit word that means 'thatness', 'principle', 'reality' or 'truth'.[1] According to many Indian schools of philosophy, a tattva is an element or aspect of reality conceived as an aspect of deity.

References[change | edit source]

  1. "tattva - of the truth" from BG 2.16

Books[change | edit source]

  • Prasad, Ram (1997). Nature's Finer Forces: The Science of Breath and the Philosophy of the Tattvas. Kessinger. ISBN 1-56459-803-9
  • Ramacharaka Yogi (1997). Science of Breath. Kessinger. ISBN 1-56459-744-X
  • Singh, Jaideva (1979). Siva Sutras: The Yoga of Supreme Identity. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas.
  • Tattvakosha - An Encyclopedia on Absolute Truth in a Vedic paradigm.
  • Swami Satyananda Saraswati. Tattva Jnana. Devi Mandir. ISBN 1-877795-62-3.

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