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the major phase of mercury production was during the 1940s. during this period, india exported mercury to china, japan, the soviet union and other countries. mercury production in india declined as the cold war started, and in the second half of the 1960s, the indian authorities were able to curtail the export of mercury to the west, following a campaign against the illegal trade. the mercury that was used for these purposes was stockpiled by the indian government. with the subsequent privatisation of the state-run pharmaceutical industry and the nationalisation of the steel industry in 1990, substantial quantities of mercury have become commercially available to manufacturers of medicines.
trace mercury is the term used for the elemental mercury in the bhasmas, and rasadharana, the mercury salt. it was mercury sulphide that was used in the bhasmas and rasadharana. this mercury sulphide was used to prepare the rasastra. it is also known as rasa bhasma, and in some instances, as rasadharana. these substances were the core of the rasasindra or red mercury sulphide, or rasa in the sanskrit. 3
srila sanatana gosvami’s sri bhagavatamrta occupies a special place in the realm of vaisnava literature. it is unparalleled in its delineation of siddhanta, rasa, bhava and lila. its glories are limitless, and it is without question one of the most beneficial books for the progressive sadhaka. it is divided into two parts, and both parts tell the story of parivrajaka; that is, one who refuses the comforts of a permanent residence and constantly wanders in search of the essence of life.
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Rasa yields the impression of the process being allowed to unfold in a less inhibited manner. As explained by a yogacharya, who is competent in leading the methodical process of its preparation, a product is made from a particular rasa by making it undergo a particular tiryaasa. The word rasa, which is often used for the appearance of a rasa, is sometimes used synonymously for the impression produced by its tiryaasa. There are certain basic texts on rasa in the works of rasasthanas. Some, however, have provided very specialised descriptions. In addition to knowledge of the basic characteristics of a rasa, which can be derived from the texts, the key areas are the tiryaasa, taiyaasa and trikalasa. The tiryaasa, like the rasa itself, is not an entity that is directly perceived, but rather an impression that is obtained as a consequence of the tiryaasa. The taiyaasa, in addition, comes into being after the tiryaasa, and so it, too, is the result of a tiryaasa. The trikalasa, on the other hand, indicates the cause or process through which the elements of a rasa result in a tiryaasa. In fact, it also provides a knowledge of the varna-rasa.