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Hinduism is believed to be the oldest organized religion in the world. It ranks as the third largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam.
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The Asramavyavastha in Ancient India (With special reference to the
The four Asramas namely the Brahmacharya, the Grahastha, the. Vanaprastha and the Samnyasa are the four stages in man's journey on the way to Moksa.
面,又不斷讚揚saMnyAsa(捨棄),這點不僅讓當事者Arjuna 也讓後世的讀者們感.
Jnana-yoga is also called Saamkhya-yoga, Samnyasa-yoga, and yoga of knowledge.
samnyasa (life-renunciation) play an important role in the Indian life-world.

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Nyanyian Suci dalam Terjemahan Bergambar
Dari Bab Arjuna Visadha Yoga yang berisikan tentang keragu-raguan Arjuna, yang dimulai dari halaman 39 sampai Bab Samnyasa Yoga yang berisikan tentang ajaran kesempurnaan pelepasan dari ikatan yang dimulai dari halaman 701.

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* Samnyasa - (Yoga): Definition
Oxford University Press: The Samnyasa Upanisads: Patrick Olivelle
Samnyasa - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Samnyasa
Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Samnyasa. Samnyasa. Information about Samnyasa in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
Sannyasa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Samnyasa Upanisads: Hindu Scriptures on Asceticism and Renunciation, Patrick Olivelle, Oxford University Press, 1992; ^ Srimad Bhagavatam 1.13.
Chapter 5 - Path of Renunciation
Karma-Samnyasa means renunciation of doership, ownership, and selfish motive behind an action, and not the renunciation of work, or the worldly objects.

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