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Yama in English
god of the underworld who judges the souls of the dead, god of death and time (Hindu mythology)

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Yama in Arabic
ياما, إله الجحيم الذي يحاكم ارواح الموتى, إله الموت والزمن (من الأساطير الهندوسية)

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Yama in Spanish
Yama, dios del bajo mundo (hampa) quien juzga las almas de los muertos, dios de la muerte y del tiempo (Mitología hindú)

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Yama in Portuguese
deus do mundo subterrâneo que julga as almas dos mortos, deus da morte e do tempo (Mitologia Hindu)

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Yama in Turkish
ölülerin ruhlarını yargılayan yeraltı dünyası tanrısı, ölümün ve zamanın tanrısı (Hindu mitolojisi)

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Yama in Italian
dio degli inferi che giudica le anime dei morti (mitologia indù)

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Yama in French
Yama, dieu de la mort et du temps, divinité de l'Inde et de l'Iran(Mythologie Hindoue)

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Yama in German
Yama, Gottheit der Unterwelt die über die Seelen der Toten urteilt, Gottheit des Todes und der Zeit (Hindu Mythologie)

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Yama in Hebrew
יאמה (מיתולוגיה הינדית), אל המוות והזמן, אל השאול הדן את נשמות המתים

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Yama in English
Yama (Sanskrit) [from the verbal root yam to subdue, control] A curb, rein, bridle; hence the act of curbing, suppression, self-control. Especially prominent in yoga as self-restraint: it is the first of the eight angas or means of attaining mental concentration.
As a proper name, the deity who rules over the shades of the dead in the Rig-Veda, corresponding to the Greek Hades or Roman Pluto. Hence Yama is the personification of the third root-race, because these were the first to taste death -- the first self-consciously intellectual humans who died and departed after death to devachan. Hence also the ascription in Hindu mythology to Yama as the ruler of the pitris. In the Mahabharata, he is described as dressed in blood-red garments, with a glittering form, a crown on his head, glowing eyes and, like Varuna, he holds a noose with which he binds the spirit after drawing it from the body after death.
"Yama is represented as the son of Vivaswat (the Sun). He had a twin-sister named Yami, who was ever urging him, according to another hymn, to take her for his wife, in order to perpetuate the species" (TG 375-6). Yama and his twin sister is a distinct reference to the androgynous character of the human race from the middle of the third root-race forward. The Rig-Veda
"nowhere shows Yama 'as having anything to do with the punishment of the wicked.' As king and judge of the dead, a Pluto in short, Yama is a far later creation. One has to study the true character of Yama-Yami throughout more than one hymn and epic poem, and collect the various accounts scattered in dozens of ancient works, and then he will obtain a consensus of allegorical statements which will be found to corroborate and justify the Esoteric teaching, that Yama-Yami is the symbol of the dual Manas, in one of its mystical meanings.
to be contionue "Yama2 " Yima (Avestan) Yam (Pahlavi) Yama (Sanskrit) Jam, Jamshid (Persian) The son of Vivanghan (the brilliant light of the good, father of duality, consciousness, or knowledge of good and evil), Yama has been mentioned in Vasna 30:3 in the sense of twins, and in the Gathas as one who made earthly things attractive and did not strive for the uplift of the spirit. Sometimes incorrectly called the first man of the Avesta. In the Vendidad, the first mortal before Zoroaster with whom Ahura-Mazda conversed, asking him to be a preacher and the bearer of his law; but Yima replied that he was not born or taught to do this. As Zoroaster is the third intellect and the bearer of the divine law, Yima is the second intellect, not yet developed for that task. Blavatsky explains that
"Yima . . . as much as his twin-brother Yama, the Son of Vaivasvata Manu, belongs to two epochs of the Universal History. He is the 'Progenitor' of the Second human Race, hence the personification of the shadows of the Pitris, and the father of the postdiluvian Humanity. The Magi said 'Yima,' as we say 'man' when speaking of mankind. The 'fair Yima,' the first mortal who converse with Ahura Mazda, is the first 'man' who dies or disappears, not the first who is born. The 'Son of Vivanghat,' was, like the Son of Vaivasvata, the symbolical man, who stood in esotericism as the representative of the first three races and the collective Progenitor thereof. Of these races the first two never died but only vanished, absorbed in their progeny, and the third knew death only towards its close, after the separation of the sexes and its 'Fall' into generation" (SD 2:609).
to be continue "Yima2 "

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yama
\ya"ma\ (?), n. [skr. yama a twin.] (hindoo myth.) the king of the infernal regions, corresponding to the greek pluto, and also the judge of departed souls. in later times he is more exclusively considered the dire judge of all, and the tormentor of the wicked. he is represented as of a green color, with red garments, having a crown on his head, his eyes inflamed, and sitting on a buffalo, with a club and noose in his hands.
yama
n : god of the underworld [syn: yama]



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 ezo-yama-hagi 

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discipline, attitudes of the yoga practitioner

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In Hinduism, Yama or Yamarāja (यमराज) is the god of death, belonging to an early stratum of Vedic mythology. In the Vedas, Yama is said to have been the first mortal who died. By virtue of precedence, he became the ruler of the departed. There is a one-of-a-kind temple in Srivanchiyam, Tamil Nadu, India, dedicated to Yama.

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Mobilian Jargon (also Mobilian trade language, Mobilian Trade Jargon, Chickasaw–Choctaw trade language, Yamá) was a pidgin used as a lingua franca among Native American groups living along the Gulf of Mexico around the time of European settlement of the region. The name refers to the Mobile Indians of the central Gulf Coast.

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Noun
1. Hindu god of death and lord of the underworld
(hypernym) Hindu deity


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(n.)
The king of the infernal regions, corresponding to the Greek Pluto, and also the judge of departed souls. In later times he is more exclusively considered the dire judge of all, and the tormentor of the wicked. He is represented as of a green color, with red garments, having a crown on his head, his eyes inflamed, and sitting on a buffalo, with a club and noose in his hands.
  

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Yama in Spanish
Yama, dios de la muerte (hindu-bud)

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Yama in Persian
سوراخ قائم منجر به غار
چاه يا تونل پرشيب يا قائم که به درون يک غار ختم مي شود. (سوبجيچ. 1924).
نيز ببينيد: lapies .

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ياما : رب النوع ارواح وداور مردگان ( بعقيده هندوها)

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ياما:رب‌النوع‌ ارواح‌ وداورمردگان‌)بعقيده‌ هندوها(

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(‘ûّ¢÷û ù¢‏ىم“)ِ‘ً¢¤ُ¤ّگ¢ّ ‍گّ¤گ لّ÷َگ’¤:‘ُ‘‏

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