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ashram

a religious retreat or community where a Hindu holy man lives
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xi) Sri Aurobindo Ashrama Pondicherry, Sri Aurobindo Geeta Vigyan, Trans.
From 1977 through 1981 he spent five years at the Advaita Ashrama, Mayavati, a remote ashrama in the Himalayas, working as the assistant editor for the English monthly Prabuddha Bharata (Awakened India) while continuing his monastic training.
54) This reification of the diverse beliefs and practices of "Hindu" India into the caste system, (it is not incidental that the singular is almost "always used in reference to the caste system), is perhaps most evident in the Western, scholarly appropriation of the Sanskrit terms varna ashrama dharma.
Calcutta: Advaita Ashrama, (1983-7): His Prophetic Mission, 2 pts.
Lipner notes with some distaste that Brahmabandhab's ashrama would have been neither very Christian, because of the caste separations, nor very Hindu, since renouncers are supposed to give up their social personalities.
Advaita Ashrama in Himalayas, near Almora founded May, 1899.
Police arrested the two 16-year-olds, whose names were not released because they are minors, on Thursday after racial epithets and swastikas were found scrawled on the grounds of Ananda Ashrama Temple on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Tenders are invited for Proposed Strom Water Drain from Ramakrishna ashrama to IUDP saraswathipuram 1st cross in Chitradurga
He set up India's first Ashrama for women where they were accommodated.
President Mukherjee will visit Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama at Narayanpur on Wednesday where he will lay the foundation stones of two 500 - seat Hostels of the Tribal Welfare Department and an Industrial Training Institute Building of Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama.
19) Swami Vivekananda, Letters of Swami Vivekananda (Calcutta: Advaita Ashrama, 1960), 353.