Saṃskāra

The Samskaras (संस्कार {IAST|saṃskāra}) are rites of passage finding varied acceptance among religious adherents of Hinduism (Vedic), Jainism and some schools of thought in Buddhism. Sanskār is also a commonly used Hindi pronunciation of the word and signifies `cultural heritage and upbringing` in modern speech. Samskaram is th.....
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Samskara

(Skr. putting together) Mental impression, memory. Also the effects of karma (q.v.) as shaping one's life. -- K.F.L.
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Samskara

[ayurvedic] A samskara is a process in ayurvedic medicine said to detoxify heavy metals and toxic herbs. In ayurveda, toxic ingredients, which sometimes include heavy metals such as mercury, are claimed to be purified using a process of prayer and pharmacy. There is little evidence that this process is generally effective, and case reports ...
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Samskara

impressions stored in the mind that form the basis of our beliefs, attitudes and personality.
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Samskara

Impressions stored in the mind that form the basis of our beliefs, attitudes and personality.
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Samskara

literally means 'impression'. The name of the initiatory rites of the Brahmans from birth through life, for they, being all priests by birth, have various initiatory ceremonies. With us the samskaras would be the same as sacrament; for baptism or naming the child is one samskara, the first going forth of the child is another, shaving the head, marr...
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