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ashram

a religious retreat or community where a Hindu holy man lives
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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.
Drawing inspiration from the Hindu mystical and monastic traditions represented by such figures as Sri Ramana Maharishi (1879-1950) and Swami Sivananda (1887-1963), the Catholic ashrams have patterned their monastic life after Hindu ashramic life.
The township- cum- ashram that boasts of all the modern amenities and facilities was designed by architects from Middle East and Mumbai.
Jeyapaul and Darshan Singh directed Haryana Police to file an affidavit giving details of the operation carried out to arrest Rampal from his ashram, along with damages, injuries to people, details of arms and ammunition in the ashram and loss of property.
A week-long stand-off at the Satlok Ashram - some 170km (105 miles) north-east of Delhi - escalated on Tuesday as police moved in to arrest Rampal.
In Ahmedabad, a mob gathered outside Asaram's ashram and protested against him.
The MC Jain Commission Report in 1998 dedicated an entire volume to his alleged involvement in late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's assassination and an income-tax raid on his ashram reportedly uncovered original drafts of payments totalling $11 million to arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi.
Most of the ashrams in India are situated in the holy cities of Vindravan and Mathura.
He had worked as a cook in the Surat ashram of the controversial ' kathawachak ' ( religious story teller) for over a decade.
After questioning, police will take him to the ashram where the alleged attack took place to quiz him on details of his account.
THE Aurobindo Ashram is a spiritual community ( ashram) located in Puducherry.
A month later, a young man named Rahul Pachouri was found dead in Asaram's Jabalpur ashram.