rishi

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rish·i

 (rĭsh′ē, rē′shē)
n. pl. rish·is
In Hinduism, a divinely inspired poet or sage, sometimes regarded as a saint.

[Sanskrit ṛṣiḥ; see ers- in Indo-European roots.]
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rishi

(ˈrɪʃɪ)
n
(Hinduism) a Hindu seer or sage, or, earlier, a Vedic poet
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NOT KNOWN to be frugal with words, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday suggested defence scientists to learn humbleness from ' rishis' as he asked them to stay focused on their work.
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