Definition of Guruships
1. guruship [n] - See also: guruship
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Guruships
guruships (current term)
Literary usage of Guruships
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sketch of the Religious Sects of the Hindus by Horace Hayman Wilson (1846)
"RA'MA'NUJA also established 74 hereditary guruships amongst his followers, ... In another place (I, 144), he says that 89 guruships were established, ..."
2. Essays and Lectures on the Religions of the Hindus by Horace Hayman Wilson, Reinhold Rost (1861)
"... however, are generally considered of the highest rank (Buchan. Mysore 2, 75). In another place (1, 144), he says that 89 guruships were established, ..."
3. The Chingleput, Late Madras, District: A Manual Compiled Under the Orders of by Madras (India : Presidency), Charles Stewart Crole (1879)
"He founded no less than 700 colleges, and sought to secure the permanence of his system by establishing 89 hereditary guruships. ..."