Sanskrit Lion's Roar
Site MapSome General Sanskrit Lion's-Roar! Translations:
Ashram : School or Sacred Place where the art is taught equivalent to Dratsang (Tibetan.) Gymnasium (Greek) Dojo (Japanese) Kwoon (Chinese).
Astra-Vidya: Astra = weapon, Missile + Vidya = Knowledge. Astra-Vidya, the science of warfare, and therefore - 'Martial Arts'.
that which veils, conceals, or surrounds the real nature of beings or
things. Related to the Principle of 'Sim' (Han) in L-R combat.
Simhanada Vajramukti : Lion's Roar Diamond (Adamantine) Thunderbolt Fist
Bahu-Danda : Long-Arm/Arm-Staff
Bahu-Danda Mushti: Long-Fist
Simhanada Bahu-Danda Ashta-Bija : Lion's Roar Long-Arm 8 Seeds. The L-R Seeds are 'Long-Arm' or Bahu-Danda Mushti - Long-Fist as the Han Chinese call them.
Simhanata : Lion's Skill
Simhanada Ashta Bija : Lion's Roar 8 seeds
Simhanada Triratna : Lion's Roar 3 Jewels
Simhanada Tantra Triratna : Lion's Roar Tantric 3 Jewels
Antarala : inbetween space/time, interval 'Bardo'
Antarabhava : 'between births' (Bardo) Antara - inbetween, Bhava (Born/Birth)
Nir-Antala : 'without interval or space' (closed up Bardo)
Nata : Skill/Play/Form
Chid : penetrate, cutting thru, destroy, sever (Chod Tib. and Choi. Cantonese.) also as 'Chon' (Destroy) in Cantonese
Chinette, Chinatti : penetrate/cut
Antala-Chid is an equivalent to 'Bardo-Chod' (Tibetan) and sometimes 'Chune-Choi' (Cantonese). More closely Chune Choi is Chinatti-Chid
Kunita : closed or shut, Kunita-Antala - closed interval/time/space (Bardo)
Mukti-Asana : (Fist Posture) the Guard
Mukti-Visagra : Openning the fist or the closed hand.