Published: 24.01.2005
Updated: 30.07.2015
Syaad, Syat, Syād, Syāt
From a certain point of view.
The essence of the meaning of syaad (syat) is, "I am unable to express the whole truth and so I present one aspect or mode of truth." Anekanta says that you can escape travelling towards untruth if you take the help of the word syad.
Prefix all that you say with syaad and that will save you from untruth.
  • Syadvada



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