Dharma

[ US /ˈdɑɹmə/ ]
[ UK /dˈɑːmɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. basic principles of the cosmos; also: an ancient sage in Hindu mythology worshipped as a god by some lower castes
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How To Use Dharma In A Sentence

  • He looks for answers in dharma, the moral law that sustains society, the individual and the world. Katherine Marshall: How Hinduism's Mahabharata Can Help Restore Ethics in India
  • According to the team manager Arjun Dharmadasa, the Lankan team is billed to play Japan on Dec.18.
  • The dharma wheel is representing the teaching of nonstop turning.
  • We then went to the ruins of the Buddhist temple, Dharma Rajika stupa, said to be the most ancient in Pakistan.
  • The Dharma Shastras are smritis, written by men who had vested interests and enforced as laws.
  • They accept the religion's basic concepts of dharma, samsara, karma, and ahimsa.
  • The unusual marriage was solemnized at the Dharmasheela Buddha Vihar monastery with a three-hour ritual that was capped by eating festive food by relatives attending the ceremony.
  • The Hindu religious texts describe varna ashrama dharma, the religious/social law delineating duties of four castes.
  • Dharma is etymologically derived from the Sanskrit root dh meaning to bear or support.
  • Ankusha, the goad held in Lord Ganesha's right hand is used to remove obstacles from dharma's path.
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