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purusha

[ poor-uh-shuh ]
/ ˈpʊər ə ʃə /
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noun Hinduism.
(in Sankhya and Yoga) one's true self, regarded as eternal and unaffected by external happenings.
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Origin of purusha

From the Sanskrit word puruṣa literally, man
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