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Sin, 2 Definition(s)

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Kali
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Sima
Sīmā (सीमा) refers to “boundary” (of neighbouring villages). The word is used th...
Shamash
Babylonian Sun-God;
Shiva
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Vajra
Vajra (वज्र).—The vajra is usually red in color, and sometimes described as blazing and adorned...
Rama
Rāma-worship in Rājasthān.—The rulers of Mewār claimed their descent from Rāma. A temple of Sīt...
Pranayama
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Hiri
Hiri, & hirī (f.) (cp. Vedic hrī) sense of shame, bashfulness, shyness S.I, 33; D.III, 212; A...
Bhaya
Bhaya (भय) refers to “fear” and represents a type of Ādhyātmika pain of the mental (mānasa) typ...
Guru
Guru (गुरु) refers to a “spiritual guide”; it is a Sanskrit technical term defin...
Hari
Hari (हरि) refers to one of the seven regions (navakhaṇḍa) situated within Jambūdvīpa, accordin...
Kirata
Kirāta (किरात) is the name of a gaṇa (attendant of Śiva), mentioned in the Skandapurāṇa 4.2.53....
Narayana
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Agha
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