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Noun1.smarta - one of a group of brahmans who uphold nonsectarian orthodoxy according to the Vedanta school of Hinduism
brahman, brahmin - a member of the highest of the four Hindu varnas; "originally all brahmans were priests"
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With the later emergence of Smarta and Tantric Hinduism, images moved to the center of religious experience.
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Hur lang, hur andlos ar vart pilsslags smarta! O mitt fortarda, mitt forblodda hjarta!
Bhadramandalas are coloured square diagrams constructed by brahmins of the Smarta tradition for temporary use.
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