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As per Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, sage kavaṣa's father was Ilūsha: ≫ kavaṣa kaváṣa mf(ī́)n. opened (as the legs) AitBr • m. a shield L • (or kavaṣa ailūṣa) N. of a Ṛishi (son of Ilūsha by a slave girl, and author of several hymns in the tenth Maṇḍala of the Ṛig-veda • when the Ṛishis were performing a sacrifice on the banks of the ...


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Satcitananda is the subjective experience of Brahman, so sat, cit and ananda point to the qualities of that experience rather than to qualities of Brahman. Eg, Atma Bodha, verse 65: "That all pervading, eternal blissful consciousness is seen within when one observes it through the eye of knowledge...."


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Sat-chit-ananda is one thing not three. It is trying to capture the full essence of Brahman. It is the attributeless Brahman, the atoms of subjective reality (which is reality). It cannot be known and have attributes because it is also the knower. I think that much is relatively uncontroversial.


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Yes, Brahman is formless...without a center nor circumference. Sat (Existence), Chit (Consciousness), and Ananda (Bliss) are how we experience Brahman...in the absence of ignorance. These may be attributes, but not forms. Sat (Existence) and Chit (Consciousness) are also formless...with no center or circumference. Ananda (Bliss) appears to be a form, but ...


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