Eastern tradition


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Eastern tradition

n
1. (Buddhism) any of the philosophies and teachings that derive from Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and other spiritual traditions of the East
2. (Hinduism) any of the philosophies and teachings that derive from Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and other spiritual traditions of the East
3. (Islam) any of the philosophies and teachings that derive from Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and other spiritual traditions of the East
4. (Other Non-Christian Religions) any of the philosophies and teachings that derive from Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and other spiritual traditions of the East
5. (Philosophy) any of the philosophies and teachings that derive from Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and other spiritual traditions of the East
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Betraying the Kurds is a Middle Eastern tradition, however, and the United States does not want war with Turkey.
In Eastern tradition, mandarin oranges are believed to represent luck.
One of the participating artists, Ujala Hayat, had painted women in different postures woven into eastern tradition.
"Koreans are doing totally new things, remixing retro fashions with new fashions, mixing Western dress codes with Eastern tradition, the whole hanbok thing, remixing male and female, having those codes combined, smashed, ripped apart.
'Donkey in the Eastern tradition is an 'animal of peace' while the horse is an 'animal of war.' Christ enters Jerusalem as King waging peace not war with the 'powers-that be' of his time.
Melt-in-your-mouth food classics rooted in the Eastern tradition are a spectacle to behold.
Many people may associate martial arts as being part of Far Eastern tradition. However, they might not realise martial arts have been central to warrior cultures all around the world, including in Europe.
"I think this is a very ancient Middle Eastern tradition [as it is reminiscent of] the Adonis gardens."
Painted in 1953, the painting combines Selim's inspiration from his Eastern tradition and Western influences obtained when studying in Paris, London and Rome.
Fakhreddine's verses are open and intimate yet possess innumerable layers of interpretation in conversation with poets in both the European and Near Eastern tradition.
Its portrayal of the Middle Eastern tradition of bacha posh invites teens to consider the issue from yet another angle.
In the Middle Eastern tradition, the emir did not pass up a [chance to offer a] regal criticism of Israel, and asked Russia for help in ending the blockade of the Gaza Strip.
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