Mithyā (मिथ्या) refers to “false (knowledge)” or “wrong views.”
The world appears to be real but, when Self-ignorance is removed, we realize that it is the substratum – brahman – that is the only reality. Thus, the world (which we still see, and which is therefore not unreal) is known not to be real. Accordingly, we require the word mithya to talk about it. It is not a synonym for vyavahara. Everything in vyavahara is mithya, but dreams are mithya too and they are pratibhasika.
A hand of Goddess Durga also has a lotus that is not fully bloomed. This signifies certainty of success and not its finality. In Sanskrit, a lotus is known as pankaja which means born of mud.
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