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Devotion, 1 Definition(s)

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Added: 27.Sep.2008 | Buddhist Door: Glossary
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Practices of worship or devotion to a Hindu god or goddess. See also puja.
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· Vaikuntha
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· Puja
A act of worship or devotion to a buddha or a bodhisattva.
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· Forehead
The practice common among Oriental nations of colouring the forehead or impressi...
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· Purekkhāra
purekkhāra : (m.) putting in front; honour; devotion.
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· Tiruppāvai
Amongst texts of Vaiṣṇava Tamil devotion, the Tiruppāvai is considered one of...
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· Hanuman
Hanuman is a Hindu deity, who is an ardent devotee of Rama, a central charact...
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· Bhatti
bhatti : (f.) devotion; belief; attachment.
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· Anuyoga
anuyoga : (m.) practice of; devotion to; an inquiry or inquest.
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· Sambula Jataka
Sambula was the wife of Sotthisena, king of Benares, whose father was the Bodh...
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