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sādhus (‘the good persons,’ ‘the holy persons’)
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Though the word ‘sādhu’ actually means a good person, in common parlance it is used to indicate a samnyāsin or a religious mendicant.
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See ASCETICS, MONASTICISM, SAMNYĀSIN and YATI.
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* The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore
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== OLD CONTENT ==
 
sādhus (‘the good persons,’ ‘the holy persons’)
 
sādhus (‘the good persons,’ ‘the holy persons’)
 
Though the word ‘sādhu’ actually means a good person, in common parlance it is used to indicate a samnyāsin or a religious mendicant.
 
Though the word ‘sādhu’ actually means a good person, in common parlance it is used to indicate a samnyāsin or a religious mendicant.
 
See ASCETICS, MONASTICISM, SAM¬NYĀSIN and YATI.
 
See ASCETICS, MONASTICISM, SAM¬NYĀSIN and YATI.

Latest revision as of 05:11, 15 November 2014

By Swami Harshananda

sādhus (‘the good persons,’ ‘the holy persons’)

Though the word ‘sādhu’ actually means a good person, in common parlance it is used to indicate a samnyāsin or a religious mendicant.

See ASCETICS, MONASTICISM, SAMNYĀSIN and YATI.


References

  • The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore

OLD CONTENT

sādhus (‘the good persons,’ ‘the holy persons’) Though the word ‘sādhu’ actually means a good person, in common parlance it is used to indicate a samnyāsin or a religious mendicant. See ASCETICS, MONASTICISM, SAM¬NYĀSIN and YATI.