Arupa

Arupa

In Hinduism and Buddhism, arūpa (a Sanskrit word), refers to formless (perhaps non-physical) or also non-material objects or subjects. Ether (akasha in Sanskrit) is somewhat arūpa, while the classical elements are rupa.[1]

See also

Rupa

References

  1. ^ arūpa-loka - Britannica Online Encyclopedia



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