ahimsa

In Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, the doctrine of respect for all life (including the lowest forms and even the elements themselves) and consequently an extreme form of nonviolence. It arises in...
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ahimsa

noun a Buddhist and Hindu and especially Jainist doctrine holding that all forms of life are sacred and urging the avoidance of violence
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ahimsa

(`noninjury`), the fundamental ethical virtue of the Jains of India, highly respected throughout the centuries by Hindus and Buddhists as well. In ... [11 related articles]
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Ahimsa

Ahimsa is a Hindu girl name. The meaning of the name is `nonviolent virtue ` The name Ahimsa doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Ahimsa seems to be unique!
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Ahimsa

[disambiguation] Ahimsa is a term meaning to do no harm. Ahimsa may also refer to: ...
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ahimsa

ahimsa (uhim'sä) [Sanskrit,=noninjury], ethical principle of noninjury to both men and animals, common to Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism. Ahimsa became influential in India after 600 B.C., contributing to the spread of vegetarianism. In modern times, the implications of ahimsa were develop...
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Ahimsa

(Skr.) Non-injury, an ethical principle applicable to all living beings and subscribed to by most Hindus. In practice it would mean, e.g., abstaining from animal food, relinquishing war, rejecting all thought of taking life, regarding all living beings akin. It has led to such varied phenomena as the Buddhist's sweeping the path before him or stra....
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ahimsa

In Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, the doctrine of respect for all life (including the lowest forms and even the elements themselves) and consequently an extreme form of nonviolence. It arises in part from the concept of karma, which holds that a person's actions (and thus any injury caused to any form of life) determine his or her experience ...
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Ahimsa

Ahimsa (अहिंसा; IAST: {IAST|ahiṃsā}, Pāli: {IAST|avihiṃsā}) is a term meaning `not to injure`. The word is derived from the Sanskrit root hiṃs – to strike; hiṃsā is injury or harm, a-hiṃsā is the opposite of this, i.e. cause no injury, do no harm. Ahimsa is also referred to as nonviolence, and it applies to all livin.....
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Ahimsa

A religious concept which advocates non-violence and a respect for all life. Ahimsa (अहिंसा ahiṁsā) is Sanskrit for avoidance of himsa, or injury. It is interpreted most often as meaning peace and reverence toward all sentient beings. Ahimsa is the core of Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. Its first men...
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Ahimsa

Noninjury, nonviolence, harmlessness (one of the yamas)
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Ahimsa

non-violence, non-injury - one of the yamas of ashtanga yoga
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Ahimsa

Practicing non-violence, non-injury - one of the yamas of ashtanga yoga.
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ahimsa

the duty of sparing animal life; non-violence
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ahimsa

a Buddhist and Hindu and especially Jainist doctrine holding that all forms of life are sacred and urging the avoidance of violence
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