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" A Brahman, at the beginning and end (of a lesson on the Veda), must always pronounce the syllable Om ; for unless Om precede, his learning will slip away from him ; and unless it follow, nothing will be long retained. "
Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People - Pagina 9
1868
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Lectures on Jewish Antiquities: Delivered at Harvard University in Cambridge ...

David Tappan - 1807 - 364 pagina’s
...and end a lecture on the Veda with pronouncing to himself the syllable Om ; for unless this syllable precede, his learning will slip away from him ; and...unless it follow, nothing will be long retained." • ids there any thing like these contemptible puerilities in the institutions of Moses ? He prescribed...
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill - 1817 - 777 pagina’s
...the Veda, must always pronounce to himself the syllable Aum ; for unless the syllable Aum precedes, his learning will slip away from him ; and unless it follow, nothing will be long retained. If he have sitten on culms of cusa grass, with their points toward the east, and be purified by rubbing...
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English translation

Manu (Lawgiver) - 1825
...lecture on ' the Veda, must always pronounce to himself the syl' lable am; for, unless the syllable 6m precede, his ' learning will slip away from him ;...unless it ' follow, nothing will be long retained. 75. ' If he have sitten on culms of cu'sa with their ' points toward the east, and be purified by rubbing...
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Institutes of Hindu Law: Or, The Ordinances of Menu, According to the Gloss ...

Manu (Lawgiver) - 1825 - 450 pagina’s
...lecture on ' the Veda, must always pronounce to himself the syl' lable 6m; for, unless the syllable 6m precede, his ' learning will slip away from him ;...unless it ' follow, nothing will be long retained. 75. ' If he have sitten on culms of cusa with their ' points toward the east, and be purified by rubbing...
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Signs and symbols illustrated and explained, 12 lectures

George Oliver - 1826
...recital of any holy strain, must always pronounce to himself the syllable OM; for unless the syllable Om precede, his learning will slip away from him; and unless it follow, nothing will be retained; or that syllable being prefixed to the several names of worlds, denotes that the seven worldsj...
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The Mythology of the Hindus: With Notices of the Various Mountain and Island ...

Charles Coleman - 1832 - 401 pagina’s
...of any holy strain) must always pronounce, to himself, the syllable O'M ; for unless that syllable precede, his learning will slip away from him ; and unless it follow, nothing will be long retained. It is prefixed to the several names of worlds, denoting that the seven worlds are manifestations of...
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An Exposition of the Mysteries, Or, Religious Dogmas and Customs of the ...

John Fellows - 1835 - 403 pagina’s
...recital of any holy strain, must always pronounce to himself the syllable OM ; for unless the syllable Om precede, his learning will slip away from him ; and unless it follow, nothing will be retained ; or that syllable being prefixed to the several names of worlds, denotes that the seven worlds...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - 1837 - 562 pagina’s
...any holy strain), " must always pronounce to himself the syllable 6m : for " unless the syllable 6m precede, his learning will slip " away from him ;...unless it follow, nothing will be " long retained." Or that syllable is prefixed to the several names of worlds, denoting that the seven worlds are manifestations...
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Signs and Symbols Illustrated and Explained: In a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

George Oliver - 1837 - 272 pagina’s
...recital of any holy strain, must always pronounce to himself the syllable OM ; for unless the syllable OM precede, his learning will slip away from him ; and unless it follow, nothing will be retained ; or that syllable being prefixed to the several names of worlds t are manifestations of the...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 3

1847
...close of a lecture on the Veda, always pronounce to himself the syllable om ; for, unless the syllable om precede, his learning will slip away from him ;...and, unless it follow, nothing will be long retained. But the utterance of a syllable endowed with a quality so mysterious, and yet so utilitarian, must...
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