ashram

  • 1 ashram — [ aʃram ] n. m. • 1960; sanskr. asrama ♦ Didact. En Inde, Monastère groupant des disciples autour d un gourou. Des ashrams. ● ashram nom masculin (hindi āśram, du sanskrit śram, s exercer) Ermitage destiné aux exercices spirituels et où le guru… …

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  • 2 Āshram — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para las cuatro etapas en la vida de un brahmán hinduista, véase āshram (etapa). Sabarmati Ashram, una de las residencias de Gandhi en Ahmedabad, India Un āśram (del sánscrito ā śram …

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  • 3 Ashram — Âshram Entrée de l ashram Sabarmati, une des résidences de Gandhi Dans l Inde ancienne, les âshram ou âshrama un mot sanskrit étaient des ermitages retirés dans la nature, dans la forêt ou la montagne, où les sages vivaient dans la paix et la… …

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  • 4 ashram — ASHRÁM s. n. ermitaj, loc de retragere colectivă unde discipolii se adună în jurul propovăduitorului. (< fr. ashram) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …

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  • 5 ashram — religious hermitage, 1917, from Skt. asramah, from a , adnomial prefix, + sramah effort, toll, fatigue …

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  • 6 ashram — ► NOUN ▪ an Indian religious retreat or community. ORIGIN Sanskrit, hermitage …

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  • 7 ashram — [äsh′rəm] n. [Sans ās̍rama < ā, toward + s̍rama, fatigue, religious penance < IE base * klem , tired, weak > Welsh claf, sick] 1. a secluded place for a community of Hindus leading a life of simplicity and religious meditation 2. such a… …

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  • 8 Ashram — An Ashram in ancient India was a Hindu hermitage where sages lived in peace and tranquility amidst nature. Today, the term ashram is sometimes used to refer to an intentional community formed primarily for spiritual upliftment of its members,… …

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  • 9 Ashram — Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, Indien; hier hat sich Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi aufgehalten Ashram (englische Schreibweise, dt. laut Duden der Aschram, Sanskrit, m.n., आश्रम, āśrama), bezeichnet in den indischen Sprachen ein klosterähnliches… …

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  • 10 Âshram — Entrée de l ashram Sabarmati, une des résidences de Gandhi Dans l Inde ancienne, les āshram ou āshrama un mot sanskrit étaient des ermitages retirés dans la nature, dans la forêt ou la montagne, où les sages vivaient dans la paix et la… …

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  • 11 ashram —    The Sanskrit ashrama was a place for ascetics to perform austerities (practices of renouncing bodily and psychological comfort), usually at a distance from and in isolation from the larger world (shram, means to exert oneself strongly). In… …

    Encyclopedia of Hinduism

  • 12 Ashram — Un ashram, en el hinduismo, es un lugar de meditación, investigación espiritual y de enseñanza, tanto religiosa como cultural, en el que los alumnos conviven bajo el mismo techo que sus maestros. En los ashram, palabra en sánscrito que significa… …

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  • 13 ashram — UK [ˈæʃrəm] / US / US [ˈɑʃrəm] noun [countable] Word forms ashram : singular ashram plural ashrams the home of a small religious community of hindus …

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  • 14 ashram — noun a) a secluded religious hermitage inhabited by gurus You call it an ashram? b) A hippie commune. The word only means community, but it could refer to a village or the world. Ben Kingsley as Gandhi …

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  • 15 ashram — /ˈæʃræm / (say ashram), /ˈɒʃrəm / (say oshruhm) noun 1. a community of people, together for spiritual development, as through yoga, meditation, etc. 2. the place where such a community lives. {Hindi (from Sanskrit) āsram} …

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  • 16 ashram — noun Etymology: Sanskrit āśrama, from śrama religious exercise Date: 1917 1. a secluded dwelling of a Hindu sage; also the group of disciples instructed there 2. a religious retreat …

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  • 17 ashram — /ahsh reuhm/, n. 1. a secluded building, often the residence of a guru, used for religious retreat or instruction in Hinduism. 2. the persons instructed there. Also, asrama. [1915 20; < Skt asrama] * * * or ashrama In Hinduism, any of the four… …

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  • 18 Ashram — Ash|ram 〈[ạʃ ] m. 6 oder n. 15〉 = Aschram …

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  • 19 ashram — Synonyms and related words: adytum, body, caste, cell, clan, class, cloister, colony, commonwealth, commune, community, den, economic class, endogamous group, extended family, family, gens, hermitage, hideaway, hideout, hiding place, holy of… …

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  • 20 Ashram — Ash|ram 〈[ạʃ ] m. od. n.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s; im Hinduismus〉 religiöses Zentrum zur Meditation; oV [Etym.: Sanskrit] …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

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