acharya


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acharya

(aˈtʃærɪə)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism a prominent religious teacher and spiritual guide
[from Sanskrit, literally: teacher]
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Tenders are invited for Printing of study material and prospectus of center for distance education divisions of acharya nagarjuna university for a period of two years
Acharya under clause (1) of Article 164 of the Constitution of India.
Sanima Bank Limited and Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya (MAHA), popular artists and civil activists, have decided for continuation of MAHA as Brand Ambassadors of Sanima Bank for two more years.
The yoga guru, who along with his associate Acharya Balkrishna, has created the massive FMCG group Patanjali within a short span of time, outlined his future plans, while indicating that his group would soon start selling jeans, trousers, kurtas, shirts, suitings, sportswear and yoga wear.
The way the entire film and song has been shot, for that I want to congratulate Ganesh Acharya and his entire team to make this possible.
Edited with an introduction and notes by DlWAKAR ACHARYA.
The bank said that it has appointed Amresh Acharya as group president and head of Global Indian Banking.
W ITH his wealth valued at a whopping Rs 25,600 crore, Yoga Guru Ramdev's aide and Patanjali CEO Acharya Balakrishnan is now the 25th richest man in the country, according to the Hurun India Rich List 2016.
New York, June 26 -- Over five hundred followers of Shiv Yog gathered at the "Yes We Can Community Center" Westbury, Long Island on June 18 to participate in a five-day intense spiritual discourse by Acharya Ishan Shivanand, younger son and disciple of Avdhoot Baba Shivanand on the occasion of Baba Sivananda Day in North Hempstead.
Acharya is awarded gold coins by General Manager Moncef Habli.
Acharya goes beyond Deutsch's security community, adopting a sociological approach to the study of the complexity of regionalism and "focusing on the role of norms, socialization, and identity as central explanatory tools in the making and unmaking of security communities" (p.
Since 2005, the country has designated the last Saturday of each month for Umuganda - with all able-bodied adults required to participate in a morning community-cleanup program, explains Karen Louise Boothe Acharya for the Star Tribune: "Of course, a (perhaps unintended) consequence of this community service is less litter dropped on the streets - one will just have to do more work on the day of Umuganda if one litters.