sanyasi


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sanyasi

(sʌnˈjɑːsɪ)
n
(Hinduism) a variant of sannyasi
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sanyasi - a Hindu religious mendicant
Hindoo, Hindu - a person who adheres to Hinduism
beggar, mendicant - a pauper who lives by begging
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Her pairing with Kumar produced mega hit movies like Sanyasi Raja, Baghbandi Khela, Chirodiner, Sabarmati, Suno Baranari, Bon Palashir Padavali, Kalankini Kankabati and Sudhu Ekti Bachar .
Tenders are invited for Construction of concrete road from bartan sanyasi pukur to balibarh khan para via basic pry.
There was much speculation on what might have happened if Vinod had not dropped everything and left to become a sanyasi under the godman Rajneesh.
India, April 3 -- The senior RSS/BJP ideologues lately have been hailing UP chief minister, Mahant Yogi Adityanath as sanyasi (Hindu ascetics) of novel Anandmath (Abbey of Bliss) penned by Bankim Chander Chatterjee (1838-94) [i] .
If one does not accept this then withdraw from the world itself--become a sadhu or a sanyasi.
Describing Jashodaben as the embodiment of Indian womanhood and sacrifice, Gogoi on 13 April stated that while Modi is the "power hungry" sanyasi, his wife is the real sanyasin.
Then the memory of his grandfather, a sanyasi in his later years, rolling around the perimeter of a hill temple chanting, ignoring the pain in his elderly body.
Kantha informed that for Swami Vivekananda worked for emancipation of women and downtrodden through education and though a sanyasi, he was fully involved with the world around him and was committed to change it.
Finally, Hinduism teaches, a person reaches the age of the sanyasi, the truth-seekers, who give themselves over in this last stage of life to the pursuit of spiritual development.
The founder of Gandhi Vidya Mandir Shri Kanhaialal Dugar who subsequently doneated all his wealth and became a Sanyasi (Ascetic) Known as Swami Shri Ram Sharan Ji Maharaj always believed in the power of teacher as the strongest tool to carve the future of the society.
His production of Sanyasir Tarabari [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (The Crusade of the Monk), for example, dramatizes the anti-British Sanyasi Rebellion of the eighteenth century.