The literal meaning of elapatey

 


The literal meaning of Ilapati:

Ilapati (Sanskrit इलापती) literally refers to the master of knowledge.


Intended meaning of Ilapati:

The name Ilapati (also transliterated as Ilapati, Ilapatii, or Ilaapati) is one of the ancient Indian names and is derived from the Sanskrit roots "Ila" and "Pati". "Ila" means "flow" and "Pati" means "master, ruler, lord". Together, they indicate master of knowledge.


Also, Ilapati is one of Krishna's names. Krishna has 108 names and this is one of them. Krishna's every name has a deep meaning and all names define him.



कल्पयति येन वृत्तिं येन च लोके प्रशस्यते सद्भिः।

स गुणस्तेन च गुणिना रक्ष्यः संवर्धनीयश्च॥

Source: Hitopadesha


English Translation :

The skill that sustains livelihood and which is praised by all

should be fostered and protected for your development.​


Hindi Translation:

जिस गुण से आजीविका का निर्वाह हो और जिसकी सभी प्रशंसा करते हैं,

अपने स्वयं के विकास के लिए उस गुण को बचाना और बढ़ावा देना चाहिए।


Why did we choose this name for our blog?

As the name suggests, the one who is the master of knowledge so in this blog you can find any answer to your questions.


Sharing knowledge is not about giving people something, or getting something from them. That is only valid for information sharing. Sharing knowledge occurs when people are genuinely interested in helping one another develop new capacities for action; it is about creating learning processes. 

- Peter Senge


In the Mahabharata, at the beginning of the battle of Kurukshetra, Lord Krishna explains karma to Arjuna, and then Arjuna prepares to fight the war against his own family. So this is the power of knowledge that leads to success.


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