विकिपीडिया से
Rituals and rites of passage[1]
Yoga, personal behaviours[2]
Virtues such as Ahimsa (non-violence)[3]
Law and justice[4]
Sannyasa and stages of life[5]
Duties, such as learning from teachers[6]
Dharma has multiple meanings.[7] Above are few examples.

धर्म ([dʱəɾmə]; संस्कृत: धर्म, About this sound सुनीं; पालि: धम्म) भारतीय परंपरा में एगो बहुत महत्व के बिचार बा जेकर कई ठे अरथ होला।[8] अंग्रेजी भा पच्छिमी बिचार में एकरा खातिर कौनों एक शब्द के अनुबाद मौजूद नइखे।[9] आमतौर पर एह शब्द के इस्तेमाल अंग्रेजी के रेलिजन खातिर भी होला।

इहो देखल जाय[संपादन करीं]

संदर्भ[संपादन करीं]

  1. Gavin Flood (1994), Hinduism, in Jean Holm, John Bowker (Editors) - Rites of Passage, ISBN 1-85567-102-6, Chapter 3; Quote - "Rites of passage are dharma in action."; "Rites of passage, a category of rituals,..."
  2. see:
    • David Frawley (2009), Yoga and Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-Realization, ISBN 978-0-9149-5581-8; Quote: "Yoga is a dharmic approach to the spiritual life...";
    • Mark Harvey (1986), The Secular as Sacred?, Modern Asian Studies, 20(2), pp 321-331
  3. see:
    • J. A. B. van Buitenen (1957), Dharma and Moksa, Philosophy East and West, 7(1/2), pp 33-40;
    • James Fitzgerald (2004), Dharma and its Translation in the Mahābhārata, Journal of Indian philosophy, 32(5), pp 671-685; Quote - "virtues enter the general topic of dharma as 'common, or general, dharma,'..."
  4. Bernard S. Jackson (1975), From dharma to law, The American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 23, No. 3 (Summer, 1975), pp. 490-512
  5. Harold Coward (2004), Hindu bioethics for the twenty-first century, JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, 291(22), pp 2759-2760; Quote - "Hindu stages of life approach (ashrama dharma)..."
  6. see:
    • Austin Creel (1975), The Reexamination of Dharma in Hindu Ethics, Philosophy East and West, 25(2), pp 161-173; Quote - "Dharma pointed to duty, and specified duties..";
    • Gisela Trommsdorff (2012), Development of “agentic” regulation in cultural context: the role of self and world views, Child Development Perspectives, 6(1), pp 19-26.; Quote - "Neglect of one's duties (dharma — sacred duties toward oneself, the family, the community, and humanity) is seen as an indicator of immaturity."
  7. देखल जाय:
  8. Encyclopedia Britannica, Dharma
  9. देखल जाय:
    • Ludo Rocher (2003), The Dharmasastra, अध्याय 4, in Gavin Flood (सं.), The Blackwell Companion to Hinduism, ISBN 978-0631215356
    • Alban G. Widgery, The Principles of Hindu Ethics, International Journal of Ethics, अंक. 40, सं. 2 (जन., 1930), पन्ना. 232-245

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