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Darsan is a village in Irandegan Rural District, Irandegan District, Khash County, Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 190, in 45 families.
- part of Irandegan Rural District, Irandegan District, Khash County, Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran
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by George W. Briggs, George Weston Briggs
Darsan is a term of extreme respect. The use of the word is sometimes explained as a sign that the wearer has had a vision of the Brahman.1 The ring is sometimes called pdvitri, ' holy,' ' sacred.' Rings are made of various substances.
by Catherine Cornille
and receive darsan is an imaginative and originary act, an intersubjective moment of recognition in which the believer touches and is touched by the presence of the divine. The religious image, in its ritual, liturgical, and formal mediations, ...
by Deepra Dandekar, Torsten Tschacher
Darsan is a Sanskrit word that means 'seeing' or ' vision', but unlike the English words which are passive, the Sanskrit word is Figure 8.2 ...
Darsan (Darshan) : Literally, "seeing;" the Hindu premise that a devotional image is a channel of the transcendent through which the deity may be "seen" by the devotee, who is in turn "seen" by the deity. By extension, this can conceivably ...
The Latter Being Entirely New by John Shakespear
darsan, s. m. Interview, e appearance. Jose J-99 ziziott darsan-dhāri, ...
Printed Entirely in the Roman Character, Conformable to the System Laid Down by Sir William Jones, and Improved Since His Time by Duncan Forbes
darsan, m. sight, seeing, looking ; aspect, ...
by Wendy Doniger, Merriam-Webster, Inc
DARSAN Vdar-shan, 'dar-\, also spelled /Hindi) darshan, Sanskrit darsana (" viewing"), in Hindu worship, the beholding of a deity (especially in image form), revered person, or sacred object. The experience is often conceived to be intrinsically ...
A-Devo by Amaresh Datta
Tilokchand had started a monthly magazine Atma Darsan in Sindhi from Ajmer. It is still being published regularly and deals exclusively with Vedic philosophy and spiritualism. It is evident, therefore that though a good many ...
Dictionary of Indology (2009)
by Vishnulok Bihari Srivastava
It lays stress on three elements which are necessary for emancipation fi"om worldly bondage: Samyaka darshana, Samyaka gyana and Samyaka charitra ( Samyak darsan gyana charitrani moksha marigah). These are called three jewels ...
Sikh Religion and Philosophy by W. Owen Cole, Piara Singh Sambhi
Darsan,from the Sanskritdarshan, is the word popularly used. It occursfortysix times in Guru Nanak's hymns. Graceis the beginning of the liberation process, through meditation on God's name, nam simran, the company of other enlightened ...
by James G. Lochtefeld
Darsan: Seeing the Divine in India. Chambersburg, PA: AJnima, 1985. Egnor, Margaret Thrice. "The Changed Mother, or What the Sknallpox Goddess Did When There Was No More Smallpox." Contributions to Asian Studies XVIII, 1984, pp.
Dictionary of Vedanta (2002)
by Samir Nath
The people used to pay darsan of the very legendary Garud pair. Our neighbour countries have ...
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