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prajna

[ pruhj-nyah, -nuh ]
/ ˈprʌdʒ nyɑ, -nə /
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noun Buddhism, Hinduism.

pure and unqualified knowledge.

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Also called Enlightenment.

Origin of prajna

From the Sanskrit word prajñā
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prajna
/ (ˈprʊdʒnə, -njɑː) /

noun

wisdom or understanding considered as the goal of Buddhist contemplation

Word Origin for prajna

from Sanskrit prajñā, from prajānāti he knows
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