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darshan

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's inner vision.
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I am a firm believer of the fact that people should not face any sort of harassment in getting their day-to-day administrative work done due to which the Sangat Darshans are held across the state" he added.
Interacting with media on the sidelines of second day of Sangat Darshan in Lambi assembly segment, the chief minister today said that the state government has already formulated a policy for honoring the players who bring medals in Olympics, Commonwealth and Asian Games.
Taking a strong exception to the nomenclature of janta darbar, Badal said the darbars were held by the kings whereas in democracy, Sangat Darshans were conducted by the representatives of people for prompt solution of public grievances.
Kejriwal should learn from me as I have been holding the Sangat Darshan ( janta darbar) ever since the inception of my political career," Badal said.
June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- At the Right Hand of GOD is a collection of selected Darshans compiled over the past 10 years giving the reader a view of the communication between a Guru and disciple.
The Darshans are complied for the seekers of truth.
The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam plans to restrict the number of darshans by each devotee to only one a year.
GETTING a darshan of Lord Venkateshwara at Tirumala may soon be reduced to an annual ritual and entering the temple itself challenging.
At present, pilgrims have to wait for 12- 15 hours to have a darshan on peak days.
Maharashtra's Law and Judiciary department issued an ordinance last week restraining state- acquired temple trusts from allowing VIP darshans or charging premium for early darshan.
The ordinance was issued in view of complaints that devotees had to stand in the queue for hours while trustees were making hay offering early darshan to those who were willing to pay," sources in the state government said.
Local residents at Shirdi have been complaining that the trustees there were making money by allowing some people to jump the queue and get early darshan in return for money.