Definition of Asrama
1. ashram [n -S] - See also: ashram
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Asrama
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Literary usage of Asrama
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy by Max E Muller, Friedrich Max Müller (1919)
"I accept you as my disciple, and bid you rise and go to the Agastya asrama, where you will find me. in the shape of Rishis and Yogins. ..."
2. A Grammatical Index to the Chāndogya-upanisad by Charles Edgar Little (1900)
"... —asrama -rena (instr.sg. ... -ntas (nom.pl.) VII.13.1. asrama a. not lame. -mas (nom.sg.m.) VIII. 10.1,3. ..."
3. Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Indo-China and the Indian Archipelago by Reinhold Rost (1887)
"In our work the name Sdd/iaka is explained as "he who exercises the asrama- dharma (the right or custom of the hermits)." We have, moreover, explanations of ..."
4. Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the by Friedrich Max Müller (1878)
"And as man grows from childhood to old age, the idea of the Divine must grow with us from the cradle to the grave, from asrama to asrama, from grace to ..."