Definition of rajasic in English:

rajasic

Syllabification: ra·jas·ic
Pronunciation: /rəˈjasik
 
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adjective

(In Ayurveda) denoting a class of foods that are bitter, sour, salty, pungent, hot, or dry, and are thought to promote sensuality, greed, jealousy, anger, delusion, and irreligious feelings. Compare sattvic, tamasic.
More example sentences
  • Reducing the amount of rajasic and tamasic foods in the diet initiates a shift in perception.
  • Hindu scripture places food into three categories: tamasic, rajasic and sattvic, in accordance with the kinds of effects it has on an individual's body, mind and spirit.
  • Although the traditional theory alludes to categorisation of foods based on their effects - satvic, rajasic and tamsic - a more empirical view shows that dietary norms have evolved with some very sound rationale.

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