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# the eight virtues or values  
 
# the eight virtues or values  
# eight qualities or values that are considered the highest and most necessary for the benefit of humankind, namely: satya (truth), śauca (cleanliness), [[ahi]]ńsā (non-violence), anasūyā (non-envy); kşamā (forgiveness); ānŗś[[a]]ńsya (non-cruelty); akārpaņya (non-miserliness) and santoşa (contentment).   
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# eight qualities or values that are considered the highest and most necessary for the benefit of humankind, namely: satya (truth), śauca (cleanliness), [[ahi]]ńsā (non-violence), [[anasūyā]] (non-envy); kşamā (forgiveness); ānŗś[[a]]ńsya (non-cruelty); akārpaņya (non-miserliness) and santoşa (contentment).   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:55, 6 December 2015

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Asţdharma, Asţdharma, Ashţdharma


  1. the eight virtues or values
  2. eight qualities or values that are considered the highest and most necessary for the benefit of humankind, namely: satya (truth), śauca (cleanliness), ahińsā (non-violence), anasūyā (non-envy); kşamā (forgiveness); ānŗśańsya (non-cruelty); akārpaņya (non-miserliness) and santoşa (contentment).