White, 3 Definition(s)
The color white is used by Buddhist devotees to show their commitment to keeping the Precepts — usually the Eight Precepts — on Observance Days. (White robes are also worn by the anagarika, or postulant before he becomes a monk.)
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Llyfr Gwyn Rhydderch, or the White Book of Rhydderch, is the older of the two...
Seta, (adj.) (Vedic śveta & śvitra; cp. Av. spaēta white; Lith. szaitýti to ma...
Odāta, (adj.) (Derivation unknown. The Sk. is avadāta, ava + dāta, pp. of hypoth...
|· Leprosy Leper||
The predominant and characteristic form of leprosy in the Old Testament is a whi...
Visuddhi, (f.) (vi+suddhi) brightness, splendour, excellency; (ethically) purit...
This is the rendering of the Hebrew word libneh , which occurs in ( Genesis 30:3...
Āgyā = Command, Knowledge, Wisdom. In the Āgyā Chakra the development of our ...
a mountain range in the north of Palestine. The name Lebanon signifies white, an...
The term `Pharaoh` is a title comes from the Greek language and used to refer...
A mahasala brahmin, ranking with eminent brahmins such as Canki, Tarukkha, Pok...
One of the Daśāvatāra (Hands of the Ten Avatars of Vishnu).—Kalki: left...
According to the Vatula-tantra, the bindu represents the māyopādāna with whic...
Śaṅkha (शङ्ख):—The Sanskrit name for a classification of a ‘templ...
The Svetambara (श्वेतांबर, श्वेतपट) is one of the two main sects of Jainism, ...
Kumuda (कुमुद):—One of the eight guardians of Vaikuṇṭha, according to t...
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