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sadhu

, saddhu
a Hindu wandering holy man
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In addition to building the bank's business in the country, Sadhu would be responsible for driving the bank's digital innovations.
It is said according to historical references that Atma Ram Ji had studied Hindi and arithmetic and sometimes he used to visit Sthanakvasi Sadhus of the place and began to study about religion.
Saif dons kohl-rimmed eyes, a long tilak on the forehead, a huge bun of dread-locked hair with ash smeared on his face - just like the 'naga sadhus' do.
One who wants to become a Sadhu must first find a Guru capable of guiding him along the way.
Warm welcome Soroptimist International Paisley president Jean Ramsay, Sue Williams, Pushpa Gupta, Dr Sadhu Gupta, Danny Chundoo and Barbara Scorgie
Electricity and Water Affairs Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza received members of the Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Sanstha (BAPS), led by Sadhu Brahmavihari Das.
Authors Sadhu and Das present students, academics, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with an examination of the theoretical aspects of power system engineering and its application across all elements of a power system.
The crush was believed to have been triggered when a sadhu, or holy man, threw coins into a crowd of pilgrims who were growing increasingly impatient at having to wait for their turn to bathe.
Sadhu Kanakarajan, who graduated from Northumbria in 2013 with a MSc Business Information Systems management degree, was the first ever graduate to be sponsored by the university via a UKBA's Tier 1 entrepreneur visa.
Sadhu said: "I approached Northumbria's Enterprise Manager, Graham Baty with my idea and he helped me to draft my business plan.