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Tanha (Pali) Thirst; in Buddhism the thirst or longing for material existence, the desire to return to the familiar scenes of earth-life.

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Tanha : Desire in Frost
Tanha : Desire in Frost.
Following the issuance of disciplinary charges, Dr. Farzad Tanha, a neurologist conduct. In 2007, during a patient's attendance at his medical office, Dr.
A High Level Architecture for Personalized Learning in Collaborative
A High Level Architecture for Personalized. Learning in Collaborative Networks. Hamideh Afsarmanesh.
Know Mano (Mind).pmd
tanha. Head is ditthi, my head is tanha, face is ditthi, my face is tanha.

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Marbat utsav gets modern every year
Nagpur is the only place in India where such a unique procession is taken out on 'Tanha Pola', the harvest festival revering bullocks.
Anna to cast shadow on marbat, badgya procession
NAGPUR: This year, anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare will cast shadow on the 131-year-old traditional 'marbat' and 'badgya' procession to be taken out on 'Tanha Pola', a festival of kids carrying toy bulls, on August 29.
In the Buddhist philosophy, tanha or desire is the chief constituent of existence originating from vedana or pain.
Plight of women in Pakistan
Take, but give too!
Conquering tanha therefore entails concentrating on giving rather than on taking; Another way involves balancing both. That is the way of the 'Sage of Omaha' Warren Buffett and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.

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Taṇhā - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Taṇhā tends to include a far broader range of human experience and feeling than medical discussions of addiction tend to include.
Buddhism / tanha
Tanha (Sanskrit: Trsna), translates as desire, craving, thirst, want, longing, yearning. As with many Buddhist terms, they have no direct translation into English.
Craving: tanha
How to cite this document (one suggested style): "Craving: tanha", edited by John 2010,
tanha (Buddhism) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
tanha (Buddhism), (Pāli), in the Buddhist chain of dependent origination, the thirst that leads to attachment. See pratītya-samutpāda.
The Second Noble Truth
The Cause of Suffering--samudaya. The principle cause of suffering is the attachment to "desire" or "craving", tanha.

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