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At times encouraged by sympathetic British officials and at other times carried by the groundswell of egalitarian sentiment being espoused then by the devotional Vaishnava movements, especially those based on Tulsidas's Ramcharitmanas, the Kurmi largely resisted these demands.

Ramcharitmanas and places
* Ramcharitmanas text, mp3 audio, reference of characters & places and Gujarati translation by Shri Yogeshwarji

Ramcharitmanas and .
However in Lanka Kanda of the Ramcharitmanas, ( 35. 1 ) Mandodari rebukes Ravana on his boisterous claims of valour by hinting that his claim of strength and valour is shallow for he could not even cross a small line drawn by Shri Rama's younger brother Lakshmana.
However in Lanka Kanda of the Ramcharitmanas, ( 35. 1 ) Mandodari rebukes Ravana on his boisterous claims of valour by hinting that his claim of strength and valour is shallow for he could not even cross a small line drawn by Shri Rama's younger brother Lakshmana.
A composer of several popular works, he is best known for being the author of the epic Ramcharitmanas, a retelling of the Sanskrit Ramayana in the vernacular Awadhi.
Her refulgent smile eased her portrayal of a wide range of characters ranging from the fiery Narasimha to a graceful Rama in Tulasidas's Ramcharitmanas.
" Sharma also notes that Tulsidas, who wrote the Ramcharitmanas in 1574 at Ayodhya, does not mention it as a place of pilgrimage.
Tulsidas's Ramcharitmanas too declares that Vamana became the Dvarapala ( gate-keeper ) of Bali.
Important works in Awadhi are the Candayan of Maulana Da ’ ud, the Padmavat of Malik Mohammad Jaisi ( 1540 A. D .), the Ramcharitmanas of Tulsidas ( 1575 A. D .), Indravati by Nur Muhammad ( 1757 A. D .).
Shri Ramcharitmanas ( Devanāgarī:, IAST: Śrīrāmacaritamānasa ), also spelt Shri Ramcharitamanasa, is an epic poem in Awadhi, composed by the 16th-century Indian poet, Goswami Tulsidas ( c. 1532 – 1623 ).
Ramcharitmanas literally means the " lake of the deeds of Rama.
Morari Bapu talks about a tree as being a metaphor for the Ramcharitmanas.
There are 7 Dohas in Sundara Kanda of Ramcharitmanas which contain the word sundar.

other and respected
These illuminations were applied to other works besides the Quran, and it became a respected art form in and of itself.
An accomplished amateur magician himself, he hosted several TV specials in the mid-1970s which featured other amateur magicians, and was a respected member of the Hollywood magic community, belonging to The Magic Castle, an exclusive club for magicians.
The contributors often came from other countries and included the world's most respected authorities in their fields.
He was still writing reviews for other magazines, and becoming a respected pundit among left-wing circles but also close friends with people on the right like Powell, Astor and Malcolm Muggeridge.
Although the Holy See, as distinct from the Vatican City State, does not fulfil the long-established criteria in international law of statehood — having a permanent population, a defined territory, a stable government and the capacity to enter into relations with other states — its possession of full legal personality in international law is shown by the fact that it maintains diplomatic relations with 179 states, that it is a member-state in various intergovernmental international organizations, and that it is: " respected by the international community of sovereign States and treated as a subject of international law having the capacity to engage in diplomatic relations and to enter into binding agreements with one, several, or many states under international law that are largely geared to establish and preserving peace in the world.
However, and despite the fact that the Capetian kings often treated other princes more as enemies and allies than as subordinates, their royal title was often recognised yet not often respected.
He signed the Helsinki Agreement ( which was signed by other countries in 1975 ) that respected some human rights.
However, he was always professional and generally respected by other actors.
He was a serious sailor, respected by other sailors who had seen too many Hollywood actors and their boats.
At the end of the day, members met for meetings and had a curfew of 9 p. m. On Sundays, the members respected the " Holy day " and did no unnecessary work, but attended church services, singing groups, and other social activities.
In the Republic of Ireland the traditional counties are, in general, the basis for local government, planning and community development purposes, are governed by county councils and are still generally respected for other purposes.
He was greatly respected by other prominent men of the Industrial Revolution.
On the other hand Charles Fourier advocated phalansteres which were communities that respected individual desires ( including sexual preferences ), affinities and creativity and saw that work has to be made enjoyable for people.
Jung had many friends and respected colleagues who were Jewish and he maintained relations with them through the 1930s when anti-semitism in Germany and other European nations was on the rise.
The film portrays General Allenby as cynical and manipulative, with a superior attitude to Lawrence, but there is much evidence that Allenby and Lawrence respected and liked each other.
It is no surprise that, after his term as censor, Appius Claudius became consul twice, subsequently held other offices, and was a respected consultant to the state even during his later years.
He also knew what were the proper roles for officials that he trusted ; for example, in 225, when selecting a chancellor, while the key officials all respected Zhang Zhao greatly and wanted him to be chancellor, Sun Quan declined, reasoning that while he respected Zhang greatly, a chancellor needed to handle all affairs of state, and Zhang, while capable, had such strong opinions that he would surely be in conflict with Sun Quan and other officials at all times.
Hoover's reasons for his surprising reorganization of the RFC included: the broken health and resignations of Eugene Meyer, Paul Bestor, and Charles Gates Dawes ; the failure of banks to perform their duties to their clientele or to aid American industry ; the country's general lack of confidence in the current board ; and Hoover's inability to find any other man who had the ability and was both nationally respected and available.
He spoke English fluently ( as well as four other foreign languages ) and as a naval officer of the old school, he respected Great Britain's Royal Navy despite the rivalry between the two nations.
The very first Eastern European Pride, called The Internationale Pride, was assumed to be a promotion of the human right to freedom of assembly in Croatia and other Eastern European states, where such rights of the LGBT population are not respected, and a support for organising the very first Prides in that communities.
), and most usually with the presence of a respected notary that knows the involved parties, the signing often happens in a building which has security cameras and other forms of identification and physical security.
His student and collaborator, Vladimir Steklov, recalled his first lecture in the following way: " A handsome young man, almost of the age of the other students, came before the audience, where there was also the old Dean, professor Levakovsky, who was respected by all students.
Because of this he was perhaps one of the most knowledgeable Norwegian military leaders and was respected by other Allied leaders for his knowledge and leadership skills.

other and Hindu
Arabs, on the other hand, call the system " Hindu numerals ", referring to their origin in India.
* Vibhuti, the ash of cow dung and several other substances, used in Hindu rituals
" Spivak critiques common representations in the West of the Sati, as being controlled by authors other than the participants ( specifically English colonizers and Hindu leaders ).
According to one of the principal texts of Hindu philosophy, the Tattwa Kaumudi authored by Vacaspati in the 9th century A. D., the Creator used akasha ( ether ), the most " subtle " element, to create the other four traditional elements ; each element created is in turn used to create the next element, each less subtle than the last.
For example, ancient Hindu religious texts list clairvoyance amongst other forms of ' clear ' experiencing, as siddhis, or ' perfections ', skills that are yielded through appropriate meditation and personal discipline.
He transplanted his most powerful Pashtun enemies, the Ghilzai, and other tribes from southern and south-central Afghanistan to areas north of the Hindu Kush with predominantly non-Pashtun populations.
However, Hindu conceptions of time, like those found in other non-Western traditions, are cyclical in that one age may end but another will always begin.
The natural forests in Afghanistan are mainly of two types: dense forests of oak, walnut, and other species of nuts that grow in the southeast, and on the northern and northeastern slopes of the Sulaiman ranges ; and sparsely distributed short trees and shrubs on all other slopes of the Hindu Kush.
Typically, in the later Vedic age, a Hindu king ( Maharajah ) was only called Samrāṭ after performing the Vedic Rājasūya sacrifice, enabling him by religious tradition to claim superiority over the other kings and princes.
In 2002, the McDonald's Corporation agreed to donate $ 10 million to Hindu and other groups to settle lawsuits filed against the chain for mislabeling French fries and hash browns as vegetarian, because their French fries and hash browns were found to contain beef extract added during production.
The following table gives the traditional English names for each month's full moon, the names given by Algonquian peoples in the northern and eastern United States, other common names, and Hindu.
Likewise, Hindu customs may require gelatin-alternatives from sources other than animals.
The Hindu Vijayanagar Empire came into conflict with the Islamic Bahmani Sultanate, and the clashing of the two systems caused a mingling of the indigenous and foreign cultures that left lasting cultural influences on each other.
He drew analogies between his own practice of hypnotism and various forms of Hindu yoga meditation and other ancient spiritual practices, especially those involving voluntary burial and apparent human hibernation.
In contrast to Carnatic music, the other main Indian classical music tradition originating from the South, Hindustani music was not only influenced by ancient Hindu musical traditions, historical Vedic philosophy and native Indian sounds but also enriched by the Persian performance practices of the Mughals.
As with other medical customs, the inoculation was associated with a Hindu goddess.
85 % of Kuwait's population is Muslim ( Sunni 70 %, Shi ' a 30 %) and the rest belong to other religions ( includes Christian, Hindu, Parsi ).
Theistic schools of Hinduism such as Vedanta thus disagree with the Buddhist and Jain views and other Hindu views that karma is merely a law of cause and effect but rather is also dependent on the will of a personal supreme God.
The original Hindu concept of karma was later enhanced by several other movements within the religion, most notably Vedanta, and Tantra.
Adi Shankara opened the southern door by defeating in debate all the scholars there in all the various scholastic disciplines such as Mimamsa, Vedanta and other branches of Hindu philosophy ; he ascended the throne of Transcendent wisdom of that temple.
Temple Buddhist Center, the Rime Buddhist Center and other Buddhist facilities serve Buddhists in the city, while the Hindu Cultural Center and Vedanta Society of Kansas City serve Kansas City's Hindu population.
Apart from the famous example of fraternal polyandry in the Mahabharata between the five Pandava brothers and Draupadi, there are other instances, both in Hindu history and folklore.
The Hindu religion has no theological difficulties in accepting degrees of truth in other religions.

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