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ahimsã (Sanskrit: अहिंसा, "non-harming") is derived from the root hims, "to strike".Himsã is injury or harm. A-himsã is the opposite of this, non harming. ahimsã means abstaining from causing harm or injury. It is gentleness and non-injury,whether physical, mental or emotional.It is good to know that nonviolence speaks only to the most extreme forms of forceful wrongdoing, while ahimsã goes much deeper to prohibit even the subtle abuse and the simple hurt.

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universel), et est donc sa Shakti ; elle est la mère du dieu Vishnou. English translation : In Hindu mythology, is personified by Ahimsa Ahimsa Devi, the goddess of non-violence: it is the wife of the god Dharma (universal duty), and so is his Shakti; she is the mother of the god Vishnu. …
asked Apr 22 '15 by MARTIN Damien