sraddha


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sraddha

(ˈsrɑːdɑː)
n
a variant spelling of shraddha
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Complaints from a government teacher and a city-based Sraddha Hospital, where some irregularities relating to organ transplant were reported, led the police to arrest the three accused.
(61.) sraddha, a feminine noun meaning here 'faith or trust', resonates with its derivative sraddham, a neuter noun that refers to the mourning and funerary observances to the ancestors carried out for the departed.
There is a word in Sanskrit, Sraddha, which can be translated as confidence and trust in one's own experience.
Grade 7 student Sraddha Sabu from Delhi Private School in Sharjah was the first runner-up and Zone 3 Champion for the other emirates, and ninth grader Nisha Venkat from Delhi Private School in Dubai was the Zone 2 Champion.
Los cinco moviles o fundamentos de la actividad (karmayoni), que la Yuktidipka relaciona con los cinco alientos mencionados, son la perseverancia (dhrti), la fe (sraddha), el deseo de satisfaccion (sukha), el deseo de conocer (vividisa) y el deseo de ignorar (avividisa).
(4) After all, karma refers to action, and the most important of all actions are religious rituals such as the fire sacrifice by which one fixes and maintains one's relationship with the cosmos and the sraddha funeral rites that enable the transfer of merit from one person to another (son to father, for example).
We can be free from craving and suffering, and liberation is attainable through faith (sraddha) (Groves & Farmer 1994).
An example of how this was brought about is the case when the observance of ekadasi, the Vaisnava fasting day par excellence, coincides with the performance of the Vedic ancestral rite of sraddha which demands a ritual meal.
What is called attributeless Reality (Nirguna Brahman) in philosophy is metamorphosed into a lovable Lord of attributes (Saguna Brahman), and the entire paraphernalia of devotion backed by faith (sraddha) and unconditional surrender bridges the wide gap between sacred and profane in a state of what G.A.
For the sons would have to perform sraddha, the rites to enable their deceased parents to heaven.