abādhita

(‘not contradicted’)

In Indian philosophical systems, the word bādha and its derivatives are often used as technical terms, in the sense of objection or contradiction. Hence ‘abādhita’ means that which is not contradicted, ‘a’ representing the negative particle. For instance, truth or reality is defined as that which is abādhita, never contradicted. Obviously what is contradicted can never be considered true or real in the ultimate sense.