Rishi is a Vedic term for an accomplished and enlightened person. Rishis have composed hymns of the Vedas. Post-Vedic tradition of Hinduism regards the rishis as "great sadhus" or "sages" who after intense meditation realized the supreme truth and eternal knowledge, which they composed into hymns. According to Indian tradition, the word may be derived from two different meanings of the root'rsh'. Sanskrit grammarians derive this word from the second meaning: "to go, to move". V. S. Apte gives this particular meaning and derivation, Monier-Williams gives the same, with some qualification. Another form of this root means "to flow, to move near by flowing".. Monier-Williams quotes Tārānātha who compiled the great dictionary named "ṛṣati jñānena saṃsāra-pāram". More than a century ago, Monier-Williams tentatively suggested a derivation from drś "to see". Monier-Williams quotes the Hibernian form arsan and arrach as related to rishi. Monier-Williams conjectures that the root drish might have given rise to an obsolete root rish meaning "to see".
However, the root has a close Avestan cognate ərəšiš "an ecstatic". Yet the Indo-European dictionary of Julius Pokorny connects the word to a PIE root *h3er-s meaning "rise, protrude", in the sense of "excellent" and thus cognate with Ṛta and right and Asha. In Sanskrit, forms of the root rish become arsh- in many words, Modern etymological explanations such as by Manfred Mayrhofer in his Etymological Dictionary leave the case open, do not prefer a connection to ṛṣ "pour, flow", rather one with German rasen "to be ecstatic, be in a different state of mind"; some of the earliest lists of Rishi are found in Jaiminiya Brahmana verse 2.218 and Brihadaranyaka Upanishad verse 2.2.6. In the Vedas, the word denotes an inspired poet of Vedic hymns. In particular, Ṛṣi refers to the authors of the hymns of the Rigveda. Post-Vedic tradition regards the Rishis as "sages" or saints, constituting a peculiar class of divine human beings in the early mythical system, as distinct from Asuras and mortal men. Swami Vivekananda described "Rishi"s as Mantra-drashtas or "the seers of thought".
He told— "The truth came to the Rishis of India — the Mantra-drashtâs, the seers of thought — and will come to all Rishis in the future, not to talkers, not to book-swallowers, not to scholars, not to philologists, but to seers of thought."The notable female rishikas who contributed to the composition of the Vedic scriptures are: The Rig Veda mentions Romasha, Apala, Visvavara, Juhu, Paulomi, Indrani and Devayani. The Sama Veda adds Nodha, Akrishtabhasha and Gaupayana. In Mahabharata 12, on the other hand, there is the post-Vedic list of Marīci, Angiras, Kratu and Vashista; the Mahābhārata list explicitly refers to the saptarshis of the first manvantara and not to those of the present manvantara. Each manvantara had a unique set of saptarshi. In Harivamsha 417ff, the names of the Rishis of each manvantara are enumerated. In addition to the Saptarṣi, there are other classifications of sages. In descending order of precedence, they are Brahmarshi, Rajarshi. Devarṣi, Paramrṣi, Shrutarṣi and Kāndarṣi are added in Manusmriti iv-94 and xi-236 and in two dramas of Kālidasa.
The Chaturvarga-Chintāmani of Hemādri puts'riṣi' at the seventh place in the eightfold division of Brāhmanas. Amarakosha mentions seven types of riṣis: Shrutarshi, Kāndarshi, Maharshi, Rājarshi and Devarshi. Amarakosha distinguishes Rishi from other types of sages, such as sanyāsi, bhikṣu, parivrājaka, muni, brahmachāri, etc. Most medieval era Hindu temples of Java, Indonesia show Rishi Agastya statues or reliefs guarding the southern side of Shaivite temples; some examples include the Prambanan temple near Yogyakarta. Rishi Agastya is known as Phra Reusi Akkhot in Thailand. Ruesi is the equivalent of Rishi in India. In Myanmar, there are some known as ရေသ့ Rase. Rishi is a male given name, less a Brahmin last name. In Carnatic music, "Rishi" is the seventh chakra of Melakarta ragas; the names of chakras are based on the numbers associated with each name. In this case, there are seven rishis and hence the 7th chakra is "Rishi"; the descendant families of these Rishis, refer to their ancestral lineage through their family "gotra".
This is a common practice among the Brahmin sects of the current Hindu society. The name "Rishi" is the basis of one of the letters of the Thai alphabet, so reu-si. Apte, Vaman Shivram, The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, ISBN 978-81-208-0567-5 Apte, Vaman Shivram, Sanskrit-Hindi Koṣa, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Chopra, Life After Death: The Burden of Proof, Boston: Harmony Books Kosambi, D. D. An Introduction to the Study of Indian History, Bombay: Popular Prakashan Pvt Ltd, 35c Tardeo Road, Popular Press Bldg, Bombay-400034 Śāstri, Amarkoṣa with Hindi commentary, Vārānasi: Chowkhambā Sanskrit Series Office Rishikas of the Rigveda The dictionary definition of rishi at Wiktionary
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