Synonyms for aranya or Related words with aranya
Examples of "aranya"
Śrī Kalyāṇī Yogāśrama Saṃstha has expanded to include forest hermitages like Kurunegala Ruwangiri, Meethirigala Nissarana Vanaya, Buttala Budu Gallena
, Ampara Piyangala
, Colombo Sri Kalyani Ashrama, Thalangama Sri Shanthi Yogashrama, Kurunegala Nathagana
, Malsiripura Na Uyana
, Padaviya Galpiyum
Senasana etc. However, Ambalangoda Galduva
acts as the main.
Kand - The forest (
) chapter, which includes the kidnapping of Sita by Ravana.
The Academy Film Archive preserved "Jana
" in 1996.
Parva, also known as the “Book of the Forest”, is the third of eighteen parvas of the Indian epic Mahabharata.
Parva has 21 sub-books and 324 chapters. It is one of the longest books in the Epic.
, means the Dandak Forest, the abode of the demon Dandak.
is an annual technical festival of Thapar University, Patiala (India).
To commemorate the 2500th birthday of the Buddha Buddha Jayanti Ven. Kadawedduwe Sri Jinawansa Thera founded the Śrī Kalyāṇī Yogāśrama Saṃstha on 18 June 1951. Nimalawa
Senasanaya in Kirinda was selected as the first
or hermitage of a number of
senasana which were all connected into an association named Śrī Kalyāṇī Yogāśrama Saṃstha. With the passage of time the fame of Kalyani Yogashrama grew. People in many walks of life flowed into the
in search of the authentic way of meditation.
is a collection of Hindi poems by Naresh Mehta, published in 1985.
- 1971 : Won presidential award for best film in regional language.
J. A. B. van Buitenen completed an annotated edition of
Parva, based on critically edited and least corrupted version of Mahabharata known in 1975. Debroy, in 2011, notes that updated critical edition of
Parva, with spurious and corrupted text removed, has 16 sub-books, 299 adhyayas (chapters) and 10,239 shlokas (verses). Debroy has published a translated version of a critical edition of
Parva in Volume 2 and 3 of his series.
It is a drama primarily focusing on the couple
Singha Roy (Yash Dasgupta) and Paakhi Ghosh Dastidar (Madhumita Sarkar).
Sāma created on richa-s of Āranyak Samhita are termed
-gāna अरण्यागान or Aranyageya-gāna अरण्यगेयोगान्.
But thanks to his conviction the Kalyana Yogashrama Sanstha now has over 150
with over 1500 monks.
The Yaksha Prashna (Also known as the Dharma Baka Upakhyan, the Ashkardhama) appears in the Vana Parva, Aranyaka-parva or
Parva 311–12: Meaning; (The Book of the Forest) of the great Hindu epic, the Mahabharat. The story is set as the Pandavas end their twelve years of exile in the forest.
The name Champaran derives from "Champa-
" or "Champkatanys". "Champa" or "champaka" means "magnolia" and "
" means "forest". Hence, Champaranya means "forest of magnolia trees". It is believed that the forest was named while its western portion was inhabited by solitary ascetics.
During 1970s to 1980s Samarendra Narayan Dev made more women centric films.
1971, and Putalar Ghar 1976, represented women of different social strata. While in
, Bidya Rao played a carefree woman's character. Putalar Ghar represented the childlike innocence in a young woman and her transitions in life from childhood to adult age.
Several possible origins for the name "Purnia" have been proposed. The name may originate from the Sanskrit word "Purna–
", which means "complete jungle". "Purnia" could also be an altered form of the old name "Purania", derived from the word "purain" or Lotus, which is said to have grown on the Kosi and Mahananda rivers. This derivation is stated by O'Malley and is also in the old gazetteer. Another alternative derivation is from the words "Purn
". W.W. Hunter and Buchanan have mentioned the name of Purnia, it being a forested area, using a combination of the words "purn" (full) and "
Kanda Sarga 11 mentions the Stories of Sages Mandakarani and Agastya. It depicts the propitious nature of Agastya’s hermitage. Here shlokas 46, 49, 74-76 mention many trees and plants.
Kanda Sarga 15 mentions about Panchavati situated on Godavari River in Nasik district in Maharashtra. Here shlokas 12-18 mention the biodiversity of the area around Pampa Lake.
Kanda Sarga 73 writes how Kabandha extols Pampa Lake and details Rama about the course to be adopted to proceed to Mt. Rishyamuka to befriend Sugreeva. He details about Matanga hermitage where shlokas 2-5 describe a large number of trees.
Since the founding of Dhammadharini in 2005, Ayyā Tathālokā and her bhikkhunī peers, in partnership with the Dhammadharini Support Foundation, have welcomed monastic life aspirants and bhikkhunīs, sāmanerīs and women renunciates from various Buddhist traditions at Dhammadharini Vihara, the Bodhi House and
Bodhi Hermitage. Ayyā Tathālokā offered the first and second anagārikā ordinations at Dhammadharini Vihara in Fremont in 2005 and 2006, and after attaining ten years seniority as a bhikkhunī, she offered the first sāmanerī pabbajjās (going forth as a "female sāmaṇa in training") in Australia and the land that was to become
Bodhi in 2008. She and the Dhammadharini community further offered a series of bhikkhunī camps at
Bodhi, and the first entirely-Theravada Dual Bhikkhunī Ordination in Western Australia in 2009 followed in North America with Dhammadharini at
Bodhi Hermitage in 2010.
Ven. Pa-Auk Tawya Sayadaw undertook a long-term personal retreat at Na Uyana
in 2007, staying in seclusion and suspending his teaching schedule throughout the year.
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