kumari

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kumari

(kʊˈmærɪ; kuːˈmɑːrɪ)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism Also called: Kumari Devi a young girl specially revered as the living embodiment of the goddess Taleju until her menstruation, when she returns to being a common citizen
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The Kumaris mostly hail from Patan and Bhaktapur but the tradition is mostly practised in Kathmandu.
Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya organised the Spiritual Exposition at India Expo Mart in Noida to highlight the importance of 'Raj Yoga' among the civilians.
Brahma Kumaris disavowed Dixit decades ago and reject his beliefs.
by PTI Schoolgirls and Brahma Kumaris tying rakhis to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, in New Delhi.
on Black Saturday (April 15), at Brahma Kumaris Center for Spiritual Learning, 1020 Magallanes Drive, Tagaytay City.
Volunteers from organisations like Art of Living, Patanjali, Raahgiri, Gayatri Parivar, Brahma Kumaris will participate.
As we develop values within us, we share them with the world and thus move towards a better world" (UN & Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, 1995, p.
Kumaris are believed to embody a female deity revered by both Hindus and Buddhists, and the worship of kumaris dates back to at least the 10th century across South Asia.
Cadw has teamed up with Brahma Kumaris, Yoga Unite and Cathy Crick Stanton to host the unique events, which will cover various yoga practices including spiritual discussion and movement in meditation.
The Yoga demonstrations would be conducted by Indian Cultural Centre; Sky Consciousness; Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centre; OM Space; Art of Living Foundation; and Sethsada Yoga Institute.
The volume is organized alphabetically by theme, with sections devoted to Narmad<-a>, Hinduism and Judaism, Secularism and religion-state relations in modern India, the search for conceptual spaces, Trim<-u>rti, Austria, Germany, and Brahma Kumaris and Dada Lekhraj.