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Definition Glossary of Words Hinduism Spirituality: Inner meanings... You can refer again and again!

Glossary of words in hinduism spirituality (A ~ L)

Meditation - meaning and practicing Meditation Yoga in hinduism

Moksha - what does Moksha Salvation stands for in hinduism

Mrityu - concept of death rebirth reincarnation beginning of new Life

Mukti Liberation

Nirvikalpa Samadhi - reaching the stage of Nirvikalpa Samadhi - how?

Parmanand - stage of Nirvikalpa Samadhi - experiencing bliss ananda

Prarabdha Karma

Pundit - Definition pundit (priest) as in hinduism - functions of a pandit

Ramayana - role of ramayana in hinduism - the story of rama and sita

Salvation

Sanatana Purusha - beginning less existence of almighty creator god

Self Realization

Shama - Forgiveness as advocated and practised in hinduism definition

Shavasana - yogic posture of shavasana in Meditation - the death pose

Shiva Lingam


Shreshtha - Definition Shrestha in hinduism - best amongst individuals

Siddhi - meaning of siddhi - how can we acquire a siddhi as in Spirituality

Spirit

Sukkha - Definition happiness sukha - relationship with Karma

Svadhyaya - study of the inner self practised in isolation - mauna stage

Tapasvi - who is a tapasvi - meaning of tapas - practicing austerities

Tej - role ambrosia tejas plays in the field of Spirituality - what this tej

Upanishads - treatises commentaries by Sages of different era

Vaasna - truth behind sensuous feelings inherent in every being - kama

Vachan - promises as sacrosanct in hinduism - verbal commitments

Vedanta - end of vedas vedanta signifies importance of Bhagavad Gita

Yoga - meaning Meditation in hinduism Yoga entails deeper meaning


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Shreshtha better amongst individuals

Shreshtha: shreshth better amongst individuals signifies the relative superiority of one from the masses in general. In the older days, when science was under development and Human Being had not evolved to the extent as of now, the control of the society rested in the hands of one who was considered Shreshtha (superior) amongst all ... one above the ordinary.

Such people were regarded with great awe and had to be defeated in one-to-one combat in the event of a challenger sprouting amongst the public. The combat could be in form of a wordy duel ... the test of educational prowess of one above the another or could be a physical combat involving various forms of sporting events.

"Survival of the fittest" as coined by Charles Darwin confirms the "Shreshtha" aspect of being religiously practiced in the society by one and all.

By: Vijay Kumar "Atma Jnani"

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