Dharma

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basic principles of the cosmos

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It is important that every manager in the organization becomes a selfless spiritual leader who is able to inculcate the dharmic (ethical) code of value so that money laundering, account manipulation and other heinous crimes become a thing of the past.
The second is interfaith dialogue between Dharmic faith groups - in other words, Hindus and Sikhs - and Muslims.
generations 'I'll tell some dharmic tales as lessons to give to the younger generations.
Finally, HAF's inaugural Award for the Advancement of Dharmic Arts and Humanities went to Kanniks Kannikeswaran for his pioneering work in the Indian American choral movement and whose locally-based choir performed sacred Hindu songs throughout the evening's celebration.
In Dharmic religions, yogurt sweetened with honey is used while performing religious rituals.
For the group of 11, it will be a religious experience as well as a fact finding mission as they scale the mountains which are significant to Muslims and those of Abrahamic and Dharmic faiths.
The specific intragroup difference was the endorsement of Dharmic values--an Asian Indian valuing of tradition and duty that was hypothesized to be related to lower congruence and less career exploration.
According to Rajadhyaksha, realist textures of the cinematic image in the 'all India film' largely remain 'formal' signatures of a degraded, fragmentary world continuously restored and reclaimed by a powerful mythic ontology of Being as Dharmic, or Being as Nation.
The Sutra itself has thirty-two chapters, as if it were a stupa, a dharmic presence of the Buddha.
In any case, the problem of the ambiguous dharmic tone of the epic applies whether or not the yuga scheme is present.
In Kumarila's Sakuntala example, Dusyanta's inner sentiment acts as infallible dharmic radar that assures him that he is conforming to the existing social norms.
Within this dharmic context, unique to the Bhagavata's narration, the names and epithets for Krsna and the gopis have also changed dramatically.
The Buddha advocated other volitional-regulation-related abilities, such as the ability to control attention, to be mindful, to cultivate dharmic (10) (liberation-oriented) views, intentions, and habits, and to reverse adharmic ones.