samsara

[n] - (Hinduism
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samsara

In Hinduism and Buddhism, the cycle of repeated birth and death in the material world, which is held to be a place of suffering. The goal of yoga is release from samsara. ...
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samsara

noun (Hinduism and Buddhism) the endless cycle of birth and suffering and death and rebirth
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samsara

in Indian philosophy, the central conception of metempsychosis: the soul, finding itself awash in the `sea of samsara,` strives to find release ... [20 related articles]
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Samsara

[album] Samsara is the third album by Yakuza and their first for Prosthetic Records. ==Track listing== ...
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Saṃsāra

[Jainism] In Jainism, {IAST|Saṃsāra} is the worldly life characterized by continuous rebirths and reincarnations in various realms of existence. {IAST|Saṃsāra} is described as mundane existence, full of suffering and misery and hence is considered undesirable and worth renunciation. The {IAST|Saṃsāra} is without any beginning and t
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samsara

samsara: see Buddhism; karma; nirvana.
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Samsara

(Skr.) 'Going about', the passage of the soul in the cycle of births and deaths, the round of existence, transmigration, a universally accepted dogma in India, early justified philosophically on the basis of karma (q.v.). and the nature of atman (q.v.), but its modus operandi variously explained. It is the object of practically every Indian philos.
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samsara

In Hinduism and Buddhism, the cycle of repeated birth and death in the material world, which is held to be a place of suffering. The goal of yoga is release from samsara
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Saṃsāra

[Buddhism] Saṃsāra (Sanskrit, Pali; also samsara) is a Buddhist term that literally means `continuous movement` and is commonly translated as `cyclic existence`, `cycle of existence`, etc. Within Buddhism, samsara is defined as the continual repetitive cycle of birth and death that arises from ordinary beings` grasping and fixating on a
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Samsara

[2011 film] Samsara is a 2011 non-narrative documentary film, directed by Ron Fricke and produced by Mark Magidson, who also collaborated on Baraka (1992), a film of a similar vein. Samsara was filmed over five years in 25 countries around the world. It was shot in 70 mm format and output to digital format. The film premiered at the 2011 To
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Samsara

[disambiguation] Saṃsāra is a religious concept of reincarnation in Hinduism and other Indian religions. Saṃsāra or Samsaram may also refer to: == Films == == Music == ...
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Samsara

[2001 film] Samsara is a 2001 independent Indian/Italian/French/German film which tells the story of a Buddhist monk`s quest to find Enlightenment. The film stars Shawn Ku as the monk Tashi, and Christy Chung as Pema. It was directed by Pan Nalin and written by Pan and Tim Baker. The film`s plot is reminiscent of the story of the sage Vishv
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Saṃsāra

Saṃsāra or Sangsāra (Sanskrit: संसार) (in Tibetan called `khor ba (pronounced kɔrwɔ [IPA] in many Tibetan dialects), meaning `continuous flow`), is the repeating cycle of birth, life and death (reincarnation) within Hinduism, Buddhism, Bön, Jainism, and Taoism (Lingbao School), In Sikhism this concept is slightly different and ...
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Samsara

The world of change and becoming; the relative world.
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samsara

(lit. 'wandering together') The wheel of suffering and rebirth.
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SAMSARA

See CYCLIC EXISTENCE.
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