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གྲངས་ཅན་པ
Sankhya sect, Samkhya [JV]

Samkhya [IW]

Samkhya [Hindu school] [ggd] [RY]

Samkhya follower, "enumerator," Kapila. Non-Buddhist philosophical school founded by ser skya or dbang phyug nag po who claims that all knowables are included within de nyid nyer lnga or shes bya nyer lnga [RY]

Enumerator [RY]

Samkhya school [of India whose founder was ser skya or dbang phyug nag po, so called by maintaininga count of 25 natures de nyid nyer lnga grangs kyi mtshan nyid shes pa las grol bar 'dod pa, shes bya nyer lnga'i rnam bzhag bshad par bya ste [gtzo bo, chen po dang, nga rgyal, gzugs, sgra, dri, ro, reg bya, [de tsam lnga] sa, chu, me, rlung, nam mkha,' ['byung ba lnga], ngag, lag pa, rkang pa, rkub, 'doms dbang po [las kyi dbang po lnga], mig, rna ba, sna, lce, pags pam lus kyi dbang po [blo'i dbang po lnga], gnyis ka'i bdag nyid can yid kyi dbang po ste dbang po bcu gcig &, bdag shes rig gi skyes bu] [IW]

Samkhya ["enumerator," Kapila. = rig pa can]] Non-buddhist philosophical school founded by ser skya. or dbang phyug nag po. who claims that all knowables are included within de nyid nyer lnga. or shes bya nyer lnga. view saying another body another life] [IW]