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ashram

a religious retreat or community where a Hindu holy man lives
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4 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Thursday appointed a committee to file a status report in connection with a case involving a north Delhi-based ashram where more than 40 girls were allegedly kept in an illegal confinement.
In this context, his appearances on a mesmerizingly-decorated quad bike to one of his ashrams or appearing on a masala movie - written, directed and edited by himself - or releasing an album with his favourites hits, is all part of a grand spiritual exercise, more precisely a spiritual game, that sold well to an ever growing audience, both at home and abroad.
The investigating agency is now looking into financial transactions and links of Baba's ashrams located outside the state.
Besides ashrams in Rohtak and Barwala, another ashram was under construction in Barwala itself.
Police in India's Haryana state are continuing an operation to arrest a Hindu guru, after nearly 200 people were injured in clashes at his ashram on Tuesday.
I was critical of ashrams and cloistered convents as they were not the way of Christ.
A chargesheet was filed against him on 20 August based a complaint from a girl who studied at his ashram in Madhya Pradesh's Chhindwara district, stating that Asaram sexually assaulted her in the name of exorcism.
This paper will elaborate on the methodology of this study, the meanings and assumptions in the term empowerment, media misconstructions of the term, and an exploration of how ashrams use and define empowerment.
Groups have also taken over dilapidated, perhaps abandoned, temples and ashrams in the traditional center of Vrindaban and have used their own financial resources to refurbish and modernize them.
He determines to marry the inappropriate woman, which raises more havoc at the ashram than Chuyia's childish mischief ever could.
Los ashrams son lugares donde se practica intensamente el sadhana que son los ejercicios espirituales propios de la India.
Over the past three decades, the Catholic Church In India has promoted the development of Catholic ashrams that have become fertile grounds for various experiments In adaptation known as "inculturation.