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"Tamas" is a period television film directed by Govind Nihalani, based on the Hindi novel of the same name written by Bhisham Sahni, which won the author the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1975.


"Tamas" a.k.a. "Tamasa" is a book by Bhisham Sahni.


  1. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character in the 2002 film A Kind of America and the 2008 sequel A Kind of America 2.
  2. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character from the 1996 film Bitches.
  3. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character from the 2003 film Kontroll.
  4. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character from the 1997 film Tamás and Juli.
  5. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional film character.
  6. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character in the 2005 film Just Sex and Nothing Else.
  7. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character from the 2005 film Kontakt.
  8. Tamas a.k.a. Tamás is a fictional character from the 1969 film Those Who Wear Glasses.


Who is Tamas?

Tamas a.k.a. Tamas Czinkóczi is the son of Zsuzsa Czinkóczi.


Tamas: In the Samkhya school of philosophy, tamas is one of the three gunas, the other two being rajas and sattva. Tamas is the template for inertia or resistance to action. It has also been translated from Sanskrit as "indifference".

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Google previewMeal by Meal (2004)

365 Daily Meditations for Finding Balance Through Mindful Eating by Don Altman

The first energy is called tamas, which has qualities that cause us to become tired , lazy, slow, weak, and dull. The next, rajas, possesses qualities that cause increased heat, ambition, hunger, and emotion. The remaining energy, sattva, fills us ...

Google preview40 Days to Enlightened Eating (2012)

Journey to Optimal Weight, Health, Energy, and Vitality by Elise Cantrell

Tamas is a state of darkness, heaviness or inertia. Sattva is a state of harmony, balance and purity. The best way to imagine these qualities in food is to imagine a banana. In its rajas state, the banana is green and ripening, but not ideal for ...

Google previewLiving Thoughts of the Ramayana (2002)

by Sukhdeva

Tamas means dullness and malice. RAKSASAS stand for further modifications of lust and passion. Sita, the individual soul wants to be free from a body-mind bondage, seeking an affinity with Rama, the Paramatma. That is to say, Sita, man or ...

Google previewWhile the Gods Play (1987)

Shaiva Oracles and Predictions on the Cycles of History and the Destiny of Mankind by Alain Daniélou

The first of these tendencies is called Tamas, expansion (centrifugal force); it is responsible for the birth and destruction of the worlds, and the life and death of universes like those of ...

Google previewThe Chamber of Commerce Journal (1902)

Tamas is a picturesque simplicity about The Trade the proceedings of the Trade Union ConUflion confinss- gress which is distinctly entertaining. Plain speaking and directness of aim were the main characteristics of the meetings in London last ...

Google previewFrank Leslie's Sunday Magazine (1878)

' Tamas is a cowardly and mischievous way of making statements in newspapers and in general conversation bv which no good ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, Volume 4 (2014)

Samkhya, A Dualist Tradition in Indian Philosophy by Gerald James Larson, Ram Shankar Bhattacharya

The inertia constituent (tamas) is of the nature of oppression (visāda) and confusion (moha), exemplified by ignorance, vanity, sloth, fear, misery, inactivity, infidelity, sorrowfulness, dream, etc. The suppression (abhibhava) of rajas and tamas ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the U.S. Army (2001)

by Jerold E. Brown

Tamas Dreilinger ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE On 14 February 1862, Major General Ulysses S. Grant* assumed command of the newly created District of West Tennessee ...

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of India (1871)

and darkness (tamas) ; from nature [proceeds ] intellect (mahat), from intellect self-consciousness (ahankdra), from self- consciousness ...

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Scrabble value of T1A1M3A1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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