System of Hindu philosophy founded by Sage Gautam
Radiance of a Kshatriya,
1. An address of reverence for a religious man, 2. A monk
Another Name of Deity Shiva
Ability to discriminate between right and wrong.
A religiously superior person, the chief of a monastery
Goddess Pārvatī in a specific form.
Radiance of a Brāhmaṇ.
Supreme God in the Hindu Trinity - Brahmā, Vishṇu and Mahēsh.
Radiance / Absolute Fire Principle.
1. Mark of Divine glory with respect to a Saint or God with all His powers, 2. Shakti (Divine Energy), beauty, virtues etc, 3. Respectful way of addressing a Deity.
In Sanskrut, the word Hindu is broken up as hin + du. 'Hin' means to remove and 'du' means darkness. In other words, anyone who makes efforts to remove the darkness of spiritual ignorance (that is, a seeker), is a Hindu.
1. Eternal, 2. That which is always new, full of Chaitanya (Divine consciousness), 3. That which never ages
1.The ‘Destroyer’ in the trinity of Hindu Deities, the other two are Brahmā and Shrīvishṇu, 2. Principle of Dissolution
Sovereign, a respectful way of addressing religious scholars, Saints, kings etc. in Bharat.
1. One who has realised that spiritual evolution is the purpose of life and works towards that goal, 2. Indian
A Holy Bharatiya river emerging from the crown of Deity Shiva
A spiritual guide or teacher (especially one who teaches the students after their thread ceremony, and instructs them in Vēdās, laws of sacrifice and Dharma).