ashramite

ashramite

(ˈæʃrəˌmaɪt)
n
a person who lives in an ashram or place of rest or contemplation
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He did not become an Ashramite but he was impressed by the Swami's practice of eating only once and that, too, the last morsels of food left after everyone in the ashram had eaten.
The monks, sadhus, and sannyasis of different temple based religious institutions in the country under the leadership of Dr Mahanambrata Brahmacharee (1904-1999), a ashramite monk, a philosopher devoted his life for the service of men and preached morality, humanity, devotion and love, initiated an organization like Sant Mahamandal in 1974 but could not progress.
Sadhu, Sant and priest community of World Hindu Federation - Bangladesh Chapter (Dharma Sensed) in a grand rally at Ma Bhabani temple, Bogra in February 2009 revived their original association Sant Mahamandal as initiated by Dr Mahanambrata Brahmacharee (1904-1999), founder of the religious association in Bangladesh, a ashramite monk, a philosopher devoted his life for the service of men and preached morality, humanity, devotion and love, initiated an organization like Sant Mahamandal in 1974 but could not progress.
We often sojourned at these havens of tranquility and good will, eating the nutritious vegetarian fare they offered to pilgrims such as ourselves, meditating, doing yoga, and singing kirtans with other ashramites. Performing the asanas of Hatha yoga in the open air and heat of India, you knew you had found the right place for it.
Thus, rural reconstruction was incorporated in the educational curriculum of the ashramites and education was incorporated in the rural reconstruction programme and thereby making both important and inter-dependent.
Infuriated, the police came down heavily on the ashramites the next day and conducted a raid in Motera Ashram and detained about 150 disciples.
This small group of Catholic clerics and nuns adopting ashramic life may be classified as full-time and marginal ashramites. The former regard the call to ashramic life as a vocation within their religious vocation.
A few ashramites and well-wishers from neighbouring mission stations, as also the local populace, gathered in the garden on 25th April, on the occasion of its completion of 20 years.
I always wanted to go and live there for a few days, not as a journalist but as an ordinary person enjoying all the discomforts that the Ashramites are used to.