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darshan

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's inner vision.
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'At the moment it's trying to find out more about how erosion is going to take place, and how it will interact with the oil and gas industry,' adds Darsan.
(14) "O Visnu, approach this image and wake it up with thy embodiment of knowledge and the divine energies, which are concentrated in this one image," quoted in Eck, Darsan, pp.
Like his photographs, Ginsberg's "Describe: The Rain on Dasaswamedh Ghat" invites participation in the suffering of others, and may be read in the context of darsan. In his dream, Ginsberg "smile[d] cheerfully at the refuse as if it were a big happy religious redemption." Rather than turning his gaze from the distressed, he blessed it.
In introducing several of the chapters that deal with print, Babb and Wadley explain the importance of these iconic symbols within South Asian society: 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.
Many mendicants will again visit the temple at the time of the evening darsan, when many people come to view and sing hymns to the ornamented Jina images.
(6.) For a detailed discussion of darshan, and the importance of visual experience in Hindu religious life, see Eck, Diana, 1998, Darsan: Seeing the Divine Image in Hinduism, 3rd ed., New York: Columbia University Press.
In the Under-16 boys doubles QBA's Chirag and Darsan lost to Ahmad Qassim and AbdulHakim Satham 21-7, 21-12.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 6.40 Just For Mary, 7.10 Jumeirah Moon, 7.40 Final Delivery, 8.10 Al Wajba, 8.40 Darsan, 9.10 Ascription.