Pages in category "Twilight"
The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.
- The abhasa feature of bhakti is compared to twilight, and the accumulation of one's sins is compared to fog. Since fog does not spread throughout the sky, the sun need do no more than merely manifest its first rays, and the fog immediately disappears
- The asuras are described here as mudha-dhiyah, meaning that they are captivated by ignorance, just like the ass. The demons were captivated by the false, glaring beauty of this material form, and thus they embraced her (the evening twilight)
- The asuras, clouded in their understanding, took the evening twilight to be a beautiful woman showing herself in her alluring form, and they seized her
- The body given up by Brahma took the form of the evening twilight, when the day and night meet, a time which kindles passion
- The demons took the approach of the evening twilight to be a beautiful woman, and they began to adore her in various ways
- The evening twilight first appeared as a beautiful girl to attract the demons but later on turned to be evening twilight
- They (the demons) imagined the twilight to be a very beautiful woman with tinkling bangles on her feet, a girdle on her hips, and beautiful breasts, and for their sexual satisfaction they imagined the appearance of this beautiful girl before them