Vanaprastha

A Vanaprastha (वानप्रस्थ) is a person who is living in the forest as a hermit after partially giving up material desires. Vanaprastha ashram is the third stage of life in the Vedic ashram system, when a person gradually withdraws from the world. This stage comes after the completion of household duties in the second ashram phase ...
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vanaprastha

(from the article `ashrama`) ...the begetting of sons, work toward sustaining one`s family and helping support priests and holy men, and fulfillment of duties toward gods and ... ...(grihastha), discharging his debts to his ancestors by begetting sons and to the gods by sacrificing; then retire (as a vanaprastha), with or ... [2 rela...
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Vanaprastha

The third ashrama, or stage of life in Classical India.
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