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Nitya-Pralaya

The constant or continuing dissolution process of all that exists. Whenever the universe is manifested and differentiated, there is an inherent principle that brings it towards dissolution. It is, according to Helena P. Blavatsky, simply “atomic change.” It is opposed to Nitya Sarga, which is the constant and perpetual creation process.

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