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prakriti

[ pruhk-ri-tee ]
/ ˈprʌk rɪ ti /
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noun Hinduism.

(in Sankhya philosophy) primal matter or substance from which the physical and mental universe evolves under the influence of purusha.

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Origin of prakriti

From the Sanskrit word prakṛti original nature
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