asrama


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asrama

(ˈɑːʃrəmə)
n
(Hinduism) another name for ashrama
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Boisvert (2013) decrit les quatre asrama comme les quatre stades de vie theorique de l'homme hindou (qui sont reinterpretes selon le contexte contemporain indien): l'initiation de l'enfant comme un membre actif de sa famille, de sa classe et de sa caste; la formation et l'exercice du metier; le mariage, qui lui permet de devenir le maitre de maison et de maintenir le foyer; le retrait vers une vie plus ascetique.
Asrama Papua, Asrama Padang (West Sumatra), Paguyuban Masyarakat Nusa Tenggara Timur, Paguyuban Masyarakat Kalimantan Barat (West Kalimantan) and Paguyuban Pengusaha Warga Kuningan (West Java); and national organisations, e.
about the textual habit of discussing varna and asrama together (pp.
6] Mohd Anuar Bin Abdul Rahman and Alina Masri Bt Md Yusoff Pengetahuan Dan Pengamalan Sanitasi Makanan Di Dewan Makan Asrama Sekolah Menengah Bandar Kluang" Fakulti Pendidikan Universiti Teknologi Malaysia 2010.
The artists normally worked as a cooperative and lived as a commune in an asrama.
As the autobiography begins with Singh's first trip to London as a student and therefore at the first stage in the life of a Hindu's asrama, the decisive failure has already occurred.
The difference between a purpose-built kos and an asrama ('boarding house') is that a kos is run privately while an asrama is attached to an institution.
More precisely, having fulfilled the "householders' obligations" (grihasthadharma) within the parameters of their religious orders and having become disillusioned with them, these have chosen, through a second naivete as it were, to opt for the Catholic version of the third and fourth stages of withdrawal (vanaprastha) and renunciation (sannyasadharma) of the brahminical asrama system.
The Hindu asrama system refers to the four vocational states or life-styles (student, householder, hermit, renouncer) open to Indian males of the three higher classes.
Partawiraja, di asrama Kapilawastu, Surakarta, kemudian disalin kedalam bahasaMelaju, tertjetakpadapertjetakan Boekhandelen Drukkerij Swastika, Pasarpon, Surakarta (no date).
Durvasas appears together with Kanva in the fourth act where both of them meet on the bank of the river Malini, the place of Sakuntala's birth and the place of the asrama of her foster father rsi Kanva.
As in Sarkar's deconstruction of Pauranic religion, his reading of asceticism seeks to eliminate elements based in social custom (such as asrama and jhat) and myth.