jnana-marga

[ juh-nah-nuh-mahr-guh ]
/ dʒəˈnɑ nəˈmɑr gə /

noun Hinduism.

See under marga.

Nearby words

jk, jl, jl., jm, jnana, jnana-marga, jnd, jno., jnr, jnt., jo

Origin of jnana-marga

First recorded in 1875–80

Definition for jnana-marga (2 of 2)

marga

[ mahr-guh ]
/ ˈmɑr gə /

noun Hinduism.

any of the three ways to salvation, which are those of devotion to certain gods (bhakti-marga), of study (jnana-marga), and of actions (karma-marga).

Origin of marga

< Sanskrit: path
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