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dharma

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's divine purpose or spiritual path.
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On December 24, 2006, Dharm Sena activists publicly protested against celebrating Christmas in the state capital Raipur.
India Abroad Special Award for Achievement 2011: Major Kamaljeet Singh Kalsi, Captain Pratima Dharm and Sukanya Roy
Tenders are invited for Improvement/Development of walkway by providing and laying Interlocking paver block in Park near Sanatan Dharm Mandir in Masjid Moth GK-III in ward no.
Of late, "Dharam Yodhas" (religious warriors) have moved on from cow-vigilantism in the villages to colleges and universities enforcing the Hindutva 'moral code,' defending the BJP-version of the Indian 'culture': ek jati, ek party, ek dharm.
Mehra, on the other hand, said the man on the phone introduced himself as sub- inspector Dharm Pal Singh from Delhi Police.
RamaprasadaMisra, Hindu Dharm: Faith of Freedom and Way of Life: an Outline of the History of Hindu Dharm 23 (1991).
The development comes hours after the Dharm Jagaran Samiti leader Rajeshwar Singh declared on Friday that India would be free of Muslims and Christians by 2021.
The play, called the Festival of Lights, was performed by 17 children at the Sanatan Dharm Hindu Temple, in Mason Road, Foleshill.
Dharm Narain furthered this analysis with important conceptual additions [reported in Mellor and Desai (1985)].
Some examples are vir sermard "heroic lion males," Nirala, Parimal, 171 and sanatan dharm dhara suddh "purifying stream of eternal sacred duty," ibid.
Jones, Arya Dharm (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976).