muni

(from the article `Hinduism`) Among other features of Rigvedic religious life that were important for later generations were the munis, who apparently were trained in various ...
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Muni

(Skr.) A philosopher, sage, especially one who has taken upon himself observance of silence. -- K.F.L.
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Muni

`Muni` is a common US abbreviation for `municipal` or a city-related service or organization: ==Municipal== ...
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Muni

Short for a municipal or city owned golf course
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Muni

Municipality
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Muni

[Hinduism] Muni is the wife of Kashyap, one of the 62 daughters of Daksha and his wife Panchajani (daughter of Virani.) The Bhagavata Purana states that the Apsaras were born from Kashyap and Muni. ...
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