- Mahavir Jayanti 2015: Why is it Celebrated; Wishes to Send to Your Beloved
- May you get spiritual calmness (Prasanna); have desire to get liberation from life cycles (Samvega); without any attachment to anything (Nirveda); kindness (Anukampa); and belief in the nine fundamental principles (Astikya) of Jainism!
- Talks - Niyama 4 - Astikya, Faith - Himalayan Academy
- Jul 19, 2003 Bodhinatha speaks on the niyama of astikya, faith. In Hinduism experience develops faith. Faith starts out as a belief in what we have not yet ...
- Yamas and Niyamas - वेद Veda
- NIYAMA 1 — Hri, Remorse. NIYAMA 2 — Santosha, Contentment. NIYAMA 3 — Dana, Giving.
- The Ten Niyamas - Observances or Practices in Hinduism - 'Hri' or
- What does living virtuously mean to Hindus? It is following the natural and essential guidelines of dharma and the ten 'yamas' and 'niyamas' – ancient scriptural ...
- A GLOSSARY OF DIFFICULT WORDS - Jainworld
- 14. Ayogi-Kevali: Total freedom from Karmas. 15.
- Niyama(Practice of Purity) - The Divine Life Society
- According to Sandilya Rishi, Tapas, Santosha, Astikya, Dana, Isvara Pujana, Siddhanta Sravana, Hrih, Mati, Japa and Vrata come under Niyama. Through the ...
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