Darśana

Darśana (also Darśan or Darshan; दर्शन) is a term meaning `auspicious sight` (in the sense of an instance of seeing or beholding and being seen or beheld at the same time; from a root dṛś `to see`), vision, apparition, or glimpse. It is most commonly used for theophany, `manifestation / visions of the divine` in Hindu worship,...
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Darsana

(Skr. view) Philosophy, philosophical position, philosophical system. Six systems (saddarsana) are recognized as orthodox in Indian philosophy because they fall in line with Vedic tradition (cf. Indian Philosophy). -- K.F.L.
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Darsana

noun (from the Sanskrit word for `to see`) one of six orthodox philosophical systems or viewpoints on the nature of reality and the release from bondage to karma
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