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Anugrahasarga is a technical phrase, which means 'Benevolent Nature'. It is one of the sayings of the Sankhya Philosophy as stated in the Compendium of Principles. 'Benevolent creation' is said to consist of the production of external objects from the five subtle elements such as of sound, tangibility, colour, savour and odour. Brahma perceived these to be destitute of a sphere of action, created external objects, or 'benevolent nature'.
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