Ashram

Traditionally, an ashram (Sanskrit/Hindi: आश्रम) is a spiritual hermitage or a monastery. Additionally, today the term ashram often denotes a locus of Indian cultural activity such as yoga, music study or religious instruction, similar to a studio, yeshiva or dojo. ==Etymology== The word ashram (also as ashrama) comes from the Sanskrit r...
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ashram

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ashram

noun (India) a place of religious retreat for Hindus
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Ashram

[Balmiki] A Balmiki temple is called an Ashram, which means a hermitage or monastery. It is the communal house for Balmikis. The function of the Ashram is to serve as a center for building up the commitment of devotee’s and for transmitting the Ramayana`s message, and the focal point for the whole community to preserve their culture and t...
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Ashram

A spiritual settlement or community, a peaceful retreat. A place to meditate or study the philosophy of Yoga.
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ashram

Indian community whose members lead a simple life of discipline and self-denial and devote themselves to social service. Noted ashrams are those founded by Mahatma Gandhi at Wardha (near Nagpur,...
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ashram

Indian community whose members lead a simple life of discipline and self-denial and devote themselves to social service. Noted ashrams are those founded by Mahatma Gandhi at Wardha (near Nagpur, Maharashtra state) and poet Rabindranath Tagore at Santiniketan
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Ashram

Retreat or secluded place, usually where the principles of yoga and meditation are taught and practiced.
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