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celestial singers and dancers who, together with the gandharvas,
The Aranyaka (आरण्यक) is the Philosophy behind ritual sacrifice part of the ancient Indian texts, the Vedas.
Arjuna is the third among five pandavas and better known as the best in Archery. Also known for acquaintance with Shri Krishna which resulted in the famous Bhagavad Gita dialogue.
Questions regarding Artha, one of the four Purusharthas.
For questions about the Arthashastra.
Literally, 'statement of meaning', a Pūrva Mīmāṁsā term that explains Vedic injunctions (vidhis). Its main purpose is to make us do certain good things by praising them or reject bad ones by censuring…
Asana is a physical posture not to be confused with exercise. It is defined in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali as 'Sthiram Sukham Asanam' i.e. that which is comfortable and balanced (posture) is an Asana…
Traditionally, an ashram (Sanskrit/Hindi: आश्रम) is a spiritual hermitage or a monastery.Additionally, today the term ashram often denotes a locus of Hindu cultural activity such as yoga, music study …
Questions about sage Ashtavakra who is well-known for his work Ashtavakra Gita.
Ashtavinayak is a reference to 8 different Ganesha temples located in Western Maharashtra. It is famous as a pilgrimage destination. Use this tag when you want to ask a question about any of these tem…
Ashtottara Shatanamavali is 108 names experienced by rishis pertaining to gods in Hinduism. Use this tags for questions related to the "ashtottara shatanamavali" of any god.
Use for any questions involving Ashvatthama, the son of guru Drona and the grandson of the sage Bharadwaja. The name is also spelled as Ashwatthama or Ashwatthaman.
Questions about Aswini Kumaras, twin vedic gods who are believed to be physicians
The branch of knowledge that deals with study of planetary positions to calculate time and determine its auspiciousness, forecast events, predict future and so on.
The asuras are a group of deities that often do battle with the [devas].
The Atharvaveda (Sanskrit: अथर्ववेद) is a sacred text of Hinduism and one of the four Vedas,
Questions related to disbelief or lack of belief in the existence of God or gods.
Atma or Atman means our soul (Jivatma) or the supreme soul (Paramatma)