ágamo

(redireccionado de ágamas)

ágamo, a

adj. BOTÁNICA Se refiere a la planta que no tiene órganos sexuales y se reproduce por vía asexual.

ágamo -ma

 
adj. biol. Que carece de órganos sexuales, que no se reproduce sexualmente.
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ágamo

agamico
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'doctrina tradicional o sistema que ordena la fe'.!-- In Hinduism, the ágamas are an enormous collection of Sanskrit scriptures which, are revered.
Fue creado en el siglo XV o XVI por el yogui Suatmarama, basado en los ágamas tántricos, a diferencia del raya-yoga (que se basa en las Upanishad).
The ágamas are the primary source and authority for yoga methods and instruction. The Shaiva ágamas revere the Ultimate Reality as Lord Shiva (Shaivism).
The Vaishnava-ágamas (Pancharatra and Vaikhanasas Samhitas) adore the Ultimate Reality as Vishnu (Vaishnavism). The Shakta-ágamas (Tantras) venerate the Ultimate Reality as Shakti the consort of Shiva and Divine Mother of the universe (Shaktism).
In the Malay languages the word Ágama literally means religion. The Ágamas are also sometimes known as Tantras. ágamas deal with the philosophy and spiritual knowledge behind the worship of the deity, the yoga and mental discipline required for this worship, and the specifics of worship offered to the deity.
The Manasara and Silpasara are some of the works dealing with these rules. The rituals followed in worship services each day at the temple also follow rules laid out in the Ágamas.
The Ágamas state three essential requirements for a place of pilgrimage - Sthala, Teertham and Murthy. Sthala refers to the temple, Teertham, to the temple tank and Murthy to the deity(ies) worshipped.
Estos sutras corresponden a los cuatro primeros nikaias del Sutta-pitaka (del Canon Pali), y son también conocidos como Ágamas Ágama es sinónimo de uno de los significados de Nikaia.
The third part specifies rules for the construction of temples and for sculpting and carving the figures of deities for worship in the temples. The fourth part of the Ágamas includes rules pertaining to the observances of religious rites, rituals, and festivals.
Elaborate rules are laid out in the Ágamas for Silpa (the art of sculpture) describing the quality requirements of the places where temples are to be built, the kind of images to be installed, the materials from which they are to be made, their dimensions, proportions, air circulation, lighting in the temple complex etc.
En el Canon budista chino majaiana aparecen cuatro colecciones de Ágamas: el Cháng Ahánjīng (長阿含經), el Zhōng Ahánjīng (中阿含經), el Zá Ahánjīng (雜阿含經), y el Ekottara Ágama o Zēngyī Ahánjīng (增一阿含經).
En el Canon Pali, estos corresponden respectivamente a: el Digha Nikaya, el Majjhima Nikaya el Samyutta Nikaya y el Anguttara Nikaya. Los ágamas fueron traducidos del idioma palí al chino.