And, taking down two good rifles from over his bed, he hastened to his elder brother tamas's apartments.
He was the only son of the majoresco, tamas Bardy, and resembled him much in form and feature.
"We shall lose," replied tamas coldly, and without the slightest change of countenance.
Thus "sight," or the power of seeing, is a modification of the quality of sattva unobstructed by rajas and tamas.
The widow loaded the guns, while tamas sat quietly in an arm-chair.
(By the respective influence of the three qualities of sattwa, rajas and tamas, Swaha had three sons).
But I had said to tamas—'No, do not try to fight them in the open, for there they will certainly kill you.'
Each counter slides along the rod easily and on each rod there are six tamas or beads.
Son tamas, I greet you also; you have done your mission well.
"They will bring the others on us," muttered tamas, and even old Mr. Clifford shook his head sadly.
a state of ignorance or inactivity, the lowest of the three gunas (qualities of nature) in Hindu philosophy