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" Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal; immortal; absolute unity; whom neither speech can describe, nor mind comprehend; all-pervading; all-transcending; delighted with his own boundless intelligence, not limited by space, or time ; without... "
Researches Concerning the Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce, Etc. of ... - Page 175
by Quintin Craufurd - 1817
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Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in Asia: From the ..., Volume 2

Hugh Murray - 1820
...great, supreme, pervading Spirit." The following paraphrase of this text is also of high authority : " Perfect truth, perfect happiness, " without equal,...unity, whom " neither speech can describe, nor mind compre" hend ; all pervading, all transcending ; delight" ed with his own boundless intelligence ;...
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The Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor, Volume 6

Jared Sparks, Francis William Pitt Greenwood - 1824
...death? * The paraphrase of Radhacant, which Sir William also gives, is oven belter llian the text. *' Perfect truth; perfect happiness; without equal; immortal;...neither speech can describe, nor mind comprehend; all pervading; all transcending; delighted with his own boundless intelligence, not limited by space...
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The Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor, Volume 6

1824
...can describe, nor mind comprehend; all pervading; all transcending; delighted with his own bi undless intelligence, not limited by space or time; without...swiftly; without hands grasping all worlds; without tyes, all surveying; without ears, all hearing; without an intelligent guidr, understanding all; without...
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The History of India, Volume 1

Mountstuart Elphinstone - 1841
...character, as presented in the Vedas, is given by a learned Bram in, quoted by Sir William Jones: — "Perfect truth; perfect happiness; without equal;...grasping all worlds; without eyes, all'surveying; without cars, all'hearing; without an intelligent guide, understanding all ; without cause, some superior to...
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The Serpent Symbol, and the Worship of the Reciprocal Principles of Nature ...

Ephraim George Squier - 1851 - 254 pages
...gorgeous temples, not one was erected to him. The holiest verse of the Vedas is paraphrased as follows : " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...swiftly ; without hands, grasping all worlds ; without ears, all-hearing, understanding all ; without cause, the first of all causes ; all- ruling ;, all-powerful...
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The Three Presidencies of India: A History of the Rise and Progress of the ...

John Capper - 1853 - 492 pages
...polytheism had to do with, the original faith of Hindostan. 1 Mr. Colobrooke. ATTRIBUTES OF THE DEITY. 401 " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal...worlds ; without eyes, all-surveying ; without ears, all -hearing; without an intelligent guide, understanding all ; without cause, the first of all causes...
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Tropical Sketches: Or, Reminiscences of an Indian Journalist

William Knighton - 1855
...summed up by a learned Brahmin — " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal ; immortal ; of absolute unity ; whom neither speech can describe...mind comprehend ; all-pervading ; all-transcending ; not limited by space or time ; understanding all ; the first of all causes ; the Creator, preserver,...
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Tropical Sketches: Or, Reminiscences of an Indian Journalist, Volume 2

William Knighton - 1855
...summed up by a learned Brahmin — " Perfect truth ; perfect happiness ; without equal ; immortal ; of absolute unity ; whom neither speech can describe...mind comprehend; all-pervading; all-transcending; not limited by space or time ; understanding all ; the first of all causes ; the Creator, preserver,...
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India, Ancient and Modern, Geographical, Historical, Political, Social, and ...

David Oliver Allen - 1856 - 618 pages
...the Vedas gave the following view of the Deity, as his character is described in these works : — " Perfect truth, perfect happiness, without equal, immortal,...with his own boundless intelligence, not limited by time or space ; without feet, moving swiftly ; without hands grasping all worlds ; without eyes, all-surveying...
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INDIA ANCIENT AND MODERN

DAVID O.. ALLEN, D. D. - 1856
...the Vedas gave the following view of the Deity, as his character is described in these works : — " Perfect truth, perfect happiness, without equal, immortal,...with his own boundless intelligence, not limited by time or space ; without feet, moving swiftly ; without hands grasping all worlds ; without eyes, all-surveying...
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