2 million followers, has focused on ahimsa
to a degree not evident in any other religion.
, which means non-violence, has a herd in Kent in which no cow, calf or bull is ever killed.
Literally speaking, ahimsa
means nonviolence," Gandhi said.
Hinduism's concept of ahimsa
(no harm) is portrayed as a psychological attitude or behavior with universal application but without a divine referent.
A long cold winter was coming for the Ahimsa
Ranch Animal Rescue north of Fort Collins, Colorado.
Silk is one of the better-known lines of peace silk, blending indulgence and nonviolent intentions.
Among these branches, the yama teachings of ahimsa
(non-violence), asteya (non-stealing) and aparigraha (non-greed) are most relevant to the concerns of environmentalists.
With regard to virtue as understood by Gandhi, there is a fundamental virtue that he believed in and practiced called ahimsa
which originated in the ancient Hindu tradition and was developed in that tradition and in the ancient Jain and Buddhist traditions.
Aurobindo believed in independence, but rejected Gandhian satyagraha or strategy of "truth force" and ahimsa
or non-violence (p.
One wonders how Buddhists relate such an attitude to the supposedly fundamental Buddhist spirit of ahimsa
Two concepts that are often tied to environmentalism as a package are ahimsa
and anekanta or anekantavada.
It will be launched in Argentina in the new year by Buenos Aires-based Ahimsa
SA, Maelor's Latin American marketing and distribution partner.