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dharma

Ayurvedic medicine
An ayurvedic term referring to one's divine purpose or spiritual path.
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It is important that every manager in the organization becomes a selfless spiritual leader who is able to inculcate the dharmic (ethical) code of value so that money laundering, account manipulation and other heinous crimes become a thing of the past.
Buddhistic charismata are the incalculable averred "gifts" of wisdom, knowledge, community, teacher-student relationship, healing, and so forth, that cascade out of the dharmic dispensation.
Then you see the dharmic yoke coming up in the water in the old Buddhist adage of the rarity of a human coming into that yoke, and then you see the yoke on the streets of New York when people are being handcuffed and tied up.
In places such as Leicester, which has significant groups of each of these faiths, interfaith dialogue between Muslims and Dharmic faith groups has been reasonably successful to date, but more needs to be done so that larger numbers in these communities will join.
and Strategy for Promotion of Trade and Commerce (kaarobaari-maamilat-ka-phailav) added to the devotion of enough and more time for dharmic activities.
Reawakening the Spirit in Work: The power of Dharmic Management.
Chapter twenty of Abidamo Fazhi Lun [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Commentary on the Abidama's Dharmic Widsom), translated by Xuanzang, conceives the tiger as the symbol of human anger (Taisho 26.
Vijay Mishra calls Bollywood a genre in itself, whose dominant form is epic or romantic melodrama, "one heterogeneous text under a transcendental dharmic principle" featuring both "encyclopedic form, and a textual capacity to elicit a wide variety of responses from the audience, limited to a thoroughly nativist aesthetic of rasa.
2,3,4] Both streams are subset of the Dharmic family of faith and have existed side by side for many thousands of years, influencing each other.
The cyclical pattern is prominent in dharmic religions.