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≫ ikebana (Japanese: 生け花, ikebana, “living flowers; arranging flowers; making flowers alive”) = the Japanese art of flower arrangement, one of the three classical Japanese arts of refinement. Also known as kadō (Japanese: 華道, kadō, “the way of flowers”).
• see also (the three classical Japanese arts of refinement): kado (flower arrangement), kodo (incense appreciation) and chado (tea and the tea ceremony)
• external links: wiktionary / wikipedia
≫ indriyapratyaksha (Sanskrit: इन्द्रियप्रत्यक्ष, IAST: indriyapratyakṣa = indriya + pratyakṣa; Tibetan: དབང་པོའི་མངོན་སུམ་, wangpö ngönsum; Wylie: dbang po’i mngon sum) = sense perception, sensory direct perception, direct perception by the sense organs; first of the 4 kinds of direct perception.
see also: ngönsum zhi (4 kinds of direct perception)
≫ Indriyeshvara (Sanskrit: इन्द्रियेश्वर, IAST: Indriyeśvara ; Tibetan: དབང་པོའི་དབང་ཕྱུག, Wangpö Wangchuk; Wylie: dbang po’i dbang phyug) = Indriyeshvara, a young boy, the kalyanamitra that Sudhana meets in Chapter 15 of the Gandavyuha Sutra. (Note: the name Indriyeshvara is a compound of the Sanskrit words Indriya “chief, lord, king” and Ishvara “mighty, ruler, lord, god” (sometimes syn. Shiva), and it therefore means something like “Lord of lords”).
• see also: Gandavyuha Sutra
• external links: 84000