If you look at प्रागभाव, प्रध्वंसाभाव, अत्यंताभाव and  अन्योन्याभाव , the other three relative , prior (pre-effect /pre-birth) absence, later (post-destruction) absence, mutual  absence (absence of one in relation (such as location) to the other). Hence अत्यंताभाव should be absolute absence. rūpaṃ is form not colour.

On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 12:24 PM, alakendu das <mailmealakendudas@rediffmail.com> wrote:


Thank you for your explanation. I,too, am aware of the fact that colour of
Wind is a befitting example of Attyanta Abhava.

However, in course of my Vedanta Philosophy
studies ,I got stuck over a particular issue. Does the statement' The pot does not exist in this
plane'(BHUTALE GHATA NASTI") can be taken as an example of AttantyaAbvhava? I am a bit sceptical
on this issue. AttantyaAbhava means something which has a constant multidimensional absence (
Trikaala Badhita). The absence of Pot in This plane may not necessarily mean it's absence in
other planes too.
In spite of this, can it be taken as an example of AttyantaAbhava.?


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Nagaraj Paturi
Hyderabad, Telangana, INDIA.
Former Senior Professor of Cultural Studies
FLAME School of Communication and FLAME School of  Liberal Education,
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