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dhamma

(ˈdɑːmə; ˈdʌmə)
n
(Buddhism) Buddhism a variant of dharma
[from Pali, from Sanskrit: see dharma]
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Two other hardline monks, Thu Seikta and Nyana Dhamma, who were detained during the protest, were not charged.
The discussion of the translation of the key Indic term dhamma into Greek and Aramaic in the Afghanistan inscriptions relies entirely on the conventional English translations ("piety" and "truth") of the respective terms, and hence is philogically and philosophically empty (169-171).
Anagarika Dharmapala had the ability to foresee the necessary developments to insure the health and well-being of the Dhamma in the future.
5ha, have been allocated for the project in several areas, including Umm Qarn, Al Dhamma, Al Wakir area, Al Ab, Al Thamid, Al Khor, and Smaisma.
Le concert de cloture sera assure par le jeune duo franco-tunisien Dhamma (Trip Hop oriental).
To this extent, I will be focusing primarily on the positive effects of hearing the Dhamma.
Mohammad Qamar Ullah a resiident of Gulshan Abad said one usually gets stuck-up at Dhamma Moor and at Corporation chowk as being intersections there is huge movement of vehicles.
Sayadaw U Tejaniya is a Burmese monk in the lineage of Mahasi Sayadaw who teaches meditation at Shwe Oo Min Dhamma Sukha Forest Meditation Center in Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar.
In 1956, he converted to Buddhism and was working on his book The Buddha and his Dhamma when he died.
There is a teaching in Buddhism: "Sabbe dhamma anattal.
Yet, his final book Buddha and His Dhamma makes Buddhism difficult to distinguish from secular science or from the ideological basis of social democracy.