Sutra was a Serbian daily tabloid. During its short two-month run it was published in Belgrade. Started on November 27, 2007, Sutra attempted to establish itself on the Serbian saturated daily tabloid market. Around the time of its launch, three more daily tabloids were started in Serbia as well (Gazeta, Alo!, and Pravda). With
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; plural Sutras
. [ Sanskrit s...tra
a thread, a string of rules; an aphorism; from siv
to sew.] 1. (a)
A precept; an aphorism; a brief rule. (b)
A collection of such aphorisms. 2. plural
A body of Hindoo literatu
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a rule or aphorism in Sanskrit literature or a group of aphoristic doctrinal summaries prepared for memorization
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• (n.) A body of Hindoo literature containing aphorisms on grammar, meter, law, and philosophy, and forming a connecting link between the Vedic and later Sanscrit literature. • (n.) A precept; an aphorism; a brief rule. • (n.) A collection of such aphorisms.
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Sutra: see Sanskrit literature.
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(Skr. string) An aphorism, the earliest form chosen for mnemonic reasons, in which philosophic thought was couched in India, necessitating often elaborate commentaries (bhasya) which frequently differ widely in their interpretation of the original and have occasioned vanous schools. -- K.F.L.
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A sutra (सूत्र, Pāli: sutta, Ardhamagadhi: sūya) is an aphorism or a collection of aphorisms in the form of a manual or, more broadly, a text in Hinduism or Buddhism. Literally it means a thread or line that holds things together and is derived from the verbal root siv-, meaning to sew. The word `sutra` was very likely meant to apply..
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Discourse/ speech etc. of the BUDDHA, excluding teachings on TANTRA.
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(Sanskrit) Discourse or section of teachings
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