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  • IAST — L’IAST (International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration), c’est à dire l’alphabet international pour la translittération du sanskrit, est une norme académique pour le sanskrit romanisé, translittéré dans l’alphabet latin. La norme IAST est… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • IAST — Das International Alphabet of Sanskrit Transliteration (IAST) ist der akademische Standard zur Wiedergabe von Sanskrit in lateinischer Schrift. Es beruht auf einem Transliterationssystem, das 1912 auf dem Orientalistenkongress in Athen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Svādhyāya — IAST|Svādhyāya (Devanagari: sa. स्वाध्याय) is a Sanskrit term in Hinduism having several meanings, including study of the Vedas and other sacred books, self recitation, repetition of the Vedas aloud, and as a term for the Vedas themselves. [For… …   Wikipedia

  • Mimamsa — IAST|Mīmāṃsā, a Sanskrit word meaning investigation (compare Greek ), is the name of an astika ( orthodox ) school of Hindu philosophy whose primary enquiry is into the nature of dharma based on close hermeneutics of the Vedas. Its core tenets… …   Wikipedia

  • Vaisravana — IAST|Vaiśravaṇa (Sanskrit वैश्रवण) or IAST|Vessavaṇa (Pāli वेस्सवण) is the name of the chief of the Four Heavenly Kings and an important figure in Buddhist mythology. NameThe name IAST|Vaiśravaṇa is derived from the Sankrit IAST|viśravaṇa Great… …   Wikipedia

  • Kāla (time) — IAST|Kālá is a Sanskrit word for time . It denotes a fixed or right point in time (compare rtu, kairos). It is also the name of a deity, in which sense it is not always distinguishable from IAST|kāla meaning black .Monier Williams s widely used… …   Wikipedia

  • Shri Vidya — IAST|Śrī Vidyā (also spelled Shri Vidya ) is the name of a Hindu religious system devoted to the goddess Lalitā Tripurasundarī or simply IAST|Tripurasundarī ( Beautiful Goddess of the Three Cities ), a tantric form of the goddess IAST|Śrī (also… …   Wikipedia

  • Ahimsa in Jainism — IAST|Ahiṃsā (Sanskrit : अहिंसा, Prakrit : अहिंसा) means “non violence”, “non injury” or absence of desire to harm any life forms. Ahiṃsā is the fundamental principle of Jainism forming cornerstone of its ethics and doctrine. Vegetarianism and… …   Wikipedia

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