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darshan

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's inner vision.
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in the Gupta period) that the images would be used in worship (see Eck, Darsan, pp.
Whether you read the Bhagavad Gita, Patanjali's Yoga Darsan, Siva Sutra, Some Flowers and Some Thorns or The Wayfarer, everyone can benefit from exposure to these literary masterpieces.
Originally shown in static pose, with her children and with features that magnified awe-inspiring eyes to elicit darsan, a style that some old families strive to maintain, the goddess became portrayed in the 1920s as a dynamic, anatomically correct feminine figure slaying the demon, which became increasingly theatrical from the 1960s and sexualized in the 2000s.
I raised my hands, letting the new generation do justice to the vanilla ice- cream minus the darsan ( honey- drizzled fried noodles).
According to Diana Eck, the Hindu custom of darsan grows from a belief that when one looks upon an image of the divine, one is seeing and being seen by the deity (3).
Rastriya mul niti tatha shree panch maharajdhiraj sarkarbata kshetriya bhramanko silsilama baks bhayaka marga darsan ra so ko karyanawyankalagi shree panchko sarkarle leyako nirnayaharu.
Brett Estep, the Darsan Trio and the Divided will provide the music on Saturday for the annual Nerd Ball III: Geek Chic Gala.
Central to religious observance in the Hindu tradition is darsan, the auspicious seeing of a divine being.
His own Global Diasporas: An Introduction (1997), Nicholas Van Heer's New Diasporas: The Mass Exodus, Dispersal and Regrouping of Migrant Communities (1998) as well as a study of the Sikh diaspora by Darsan Singh Tatla have already appeared.
The buy-in from Cisco made me comfortable recognizing Bluesocket as a market leader," said Philip Darsan, CTO for the Queens Library.