Listen to music from Indra Karmuka like Rana, Su'O & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Indra Karmuka. Indra Karmuka was an ambient, electroacoustic group from the Netherlands, that created sound-atmospheres by using electronic manipulation, microphones and effected strings. The group started in the beginning of 1995 and released their first single "Su'o, Rana" on the Bremen-based label Drone Records in November 1996. Their second release "Aardster, Bovist" came out in December 1998 on the Berlin-based label Rendezvous Radikal.
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Indra's net (also called Indra's jewels or Indra's pearls, Sanskrit Indrajāla) is a metaphor used to illustrate the concepts of Śūnyatā (emptiness), pratītyasamutpāda (dependent origination), and interpenetration in Buddhist philosophy. The metaphor's earliest known reference is found in the Atharva Veda. It was developed by the Mahayana school in the 3rd century Avatamsaka Sutra and later by the Huayan school between the 6th and 8th centuries.
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Kārmuka refers to a bow and represents a kind of weapon employed in warfare by the soldiers, according to Śrīnātha’s 15th century Palanāṭivīra-caritra. Kārmuka (कार्मुक):-One of the eight types of villages, according to Chapter 9 of the Mānasāra (called the grāmalakṣaṇam). The Mānasāra is one of the traditional authorative Hindu treatises on Vāstuśāstra (science of architecture). The form of this village is said to be tattadrūpeṇa, which means it represents the form of the meaning of its Sanskrit name.