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ashram

a religious retreat or community where a Hindu holy man lives
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A detailed probe has begun to verify around 300 land documents that were seized during raids at the Trahi Achyut Ashram.
Interestingly, the court was not informed why and how other state governments spent money on the operation when it was known that Rampal was hiding inside his ashram in Haryana.
In the centre of the Ashram, Rampal had an elevated structure on which he had his seat.
Yesterday, a woman and a child died in a hospital after leaving the ashram.
The unrest continued on Wednesday morning as several thousand policemen stood outside the ashram.
Commerce President David Hodge states: "We are again very encouraged by the successful usage of the conventional and low-cost techniques detailed in the Ashram flowsheet.
The ashram is considered to be illegal as per the rules related to the local village body.
Tension prevailed as activists of some pro-Kannada organisations protested in front the ashram as the news of Ranjitha becoming a sanyasini spread.
Al Ashram highlighted the achievements of Emirates Post, and its focus on developing services in tune with the needs of today, as well as future plans, through enhanced competitiveness and high level of postal services.
To be referred via Ashram Housing Association, call Asmat Jabeen on 0121 764 3810 or email asmat.
James Pham, housing Officer at Ashram, said: "Walkabouts are an ideal way for residents to chat to us about any concerns they have about their neighbourhoods and come up with ideas for making improvements.
Gandhi first arrived at the ashram near the town of Wardha, in northeast Maharashtra state, in the mid-1930s.