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Heinrich Robert Zimmer (1951). Philosophies of India. Princeton University Press. p.41. ISBN 0-691-01758-1. Moksa, from the root muc, "to loose, set free, let go, release, liberate, deliver" [...] means "liberation, escape, freedom, release, rescue, deliverance, final emancipation of the soul. Gwinyai H. Muzorewa (2000). The Great Being. Wipf. pp.52–54. ISBN 978-1-57910-453-5. Even the Atman depends on the Brahman. In fact, the two are essentially the same. [...] Hindu theology believes that the Atman ultimately becomes one with the Brahman. One's true identity lies in realizing that the Atman in me and the Brahman – the ground of all existence – are similar. [...] The closest kin of Atman is the Atman of all living things, which is grounded in the Brahman. When the Atman strives to be like Brahman it is only because it realizes that that is its origin – God. [...] Separation between the Atman and the Brahman is proved to be impermanent. What is ultimately permanent is the union between the Atman and the Brahman. [...] Thus, life's struggle is for the Atman to be released from the body, which is impermanent, to unite with Brahman, which is permanent – this doctrine is known as Moksha. Frazier, Jessica (2011), The Continuum Companion to Hindu Studies, Continuum International Publishing Group, ISBN 978-0-8264-9966-0

The term nirvana in the soteriological sense of "blown out, extinguished" state of liberation appears at many places in the Vedas and even more in the post-Buddhist Bhagavata Purana, however populist opinion does not give credit to either the Vedas or the Upanishads. Collins states, "the Buddhists seem to have been the first to call it nirvana." [16] This may have been deliberate use of words in early Buddhism, suggests Collins, since Atman and Brahman were described in Vedic texts and Upanishads with the imagery of fire, as something good, desirable and liberating. [17] Collins says the word nirvāṇa is from the verbal root vā "blow" in the form of past participle vāna "blown", prefixed with the preverb nis meaning "out". Hence the original meaning of the word is "blown out, extinguished". ( Sandhi changes the sounds: the v of vāna causes nis to become nir, and then the r of nir causes retroflexion of the following n: nis+ vāna> nirvāṇa). [18] However the Buddhist meaning of nirvana also has other interpretations. Note: The product will arrive with the correct plug suited for the country and wax melt sample is not included. Main article: Nirvana (Buddhism) Khmer traditional mural painting depicts Gautama Buddha entering nirvana, Dharma assembly pavilion, Wat Botum Wattey Reacheveraram, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Includes full body exfoliation, application of arnica invigorating gel for legs, wrapped with towels, scalp massage, shower and application of moisturiserIn 1994, Grohl founded a new band, Foo Fighters. He and Novoselic decided against Novoselic joining. Grohl said it would have felt "really natural" for them to work together again, but would have been uncomfortable for the other band members and placed more pressure on Grohl. [87] Novoselic turned his attention to political activism. [62] The Soka Gakkai Dictionary of Buddhism, vimoksha". Archived from the original on 22 February 2014 . Retrieved 17 February 2014. Pareles, Jon (June 14, 1992). "Pop View; Nirvana-bes Awaiting Fame's Call". The New York Times . Retrieved January 17, 2011. All-TIME Best Music Videos: 'Heart-Shaped Box' ". Time. July 26, 2011. Archived from the original on October 23, 2013 . Retrieved October 21, 2013.

August 1991: Nirvana opens for Sonic Youth on a European festival tour, which includes a landmark performance at the Reading Festival. The tour is documented in the film 1991: The Year Punk Broke. Perfect for tired feet, this refreshing treatment includes a rich baobab scrub and a revitalising massage with refreshing Dreamy legs gel. Everett True said in 1989, "Nirvana songs treat the banal and pedestrian with a unique slant". [139] Cobain came up with the basic components of each song, usually writing them on an acoustic guitar, as well as the singing style and the lyrics. He emphasized that Novoselic and Grohl had a large part in deciding the lengths and parts of songs, and that he did not like to be considered the sole songwriter. [140] Citing exhaustion, Nirvana did not undertake another American tour in support of Nevermind, and made only a handful of performances later that year. [56] In March 1992, Cobain sought to reorganize the group's songwriting royalties (which to this point had been split equally) to better represent that he wrote the majority of the music. Grohl and Novoselic did not object, but when Cobain wanted the agreement to be retroactive to the release of Nevermind, the disagreements came close to breaking up the band. After a week of tension, Cobain received a retroactive share of 75 percent of the royalties. Bad feelings about the situation remained within the group afterward. [57]The wheel is a typical Vedic, or Indo-European, symbol, which is manifested in various symbols of the Vedic religion and of Buddhism and Hinduism. See, for examples, Dharmacakra, Chakra, Chakravartin, Kalachakra, Dukkha and Mandala.

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