dincharya (dēn·chärˑ·y),

n in Ayurveda, time of the day. An im-portant factor in determining an appropriate diet aimed at preventing formation and accumulation of ama. See also ama.
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The teacher, he explains, must be a living example of tradition: "The biggest responsibility of the teacher is that he follows and performs his dincharya [daily routine].
The inner courtyards of Mumuksha Bhavan are an active testimony to the dincharya.