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- Vedic M arriage and Its Significance by MAHARSHI Marriage is one
- be performed at each of the ashram and they totalled to. 16 karmas. Vivaha is one such karma to be performed at the end of the Brahmacharya ashram.
- The principles of the Brahmacharya ashrama have relevance even today.
- THE DEPICTION OF KARMA PHILOSOPHY IN THE NOVELS OF R
- Vaishya and Sudra and four Ashramas i.e. Brahmacharya, Grihastha,.
- VISVA-BHARATI'S INSTITUTIONS
- Catholic faith, to take charge of organizing the Brahmacharya Ashram along with his Sindhi disciple, another Catholic convert, Revachand.
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- Brahmacharya Ashram Or The Student Stage: Bhagavata Purana
- Jul 15, 2009 The human life span is divided into four ashrams or stages.
- * Brahmacharya ashrama - (Yoga): Definition
- Brahmacharya ashrama - Topic:Yoga - Online Encyclopedia.
- Brahmacharya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Another common usage denotes the life-stage of brahmacharya, within the Vedic ashram system.
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