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  • noun Plural form of acharya.

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Examples

  • I and others have been in conversation with some of the long-term acharyas to see what is the practice support that is needed that would continue to nurture their path, and not make them feel excluded.

    Shambhala Times - On Differing Views and Paths

  • ~ Forging a more spiritual path -- "Richard John is the former executive director of the Shambhala Centre in Halifax, now one of 30 special teachers called acharyas, whose work is to teach Buddhism and meditation practice and the Shambhala Path wherever they can."

    Speedlinking 11/19/07

  • I and others have been in conversation with some of the long-term acharyas to see what is the practice support that is needed that would continue to nurture their path, and not make them feel excluded.

    Integral Options Cafe

  • Maybe now that the current orientation of the path is getting clearer, we need to have a conversation with the senior acharyas about precisely what could be the support that can be provided for people who started on a particular element of the path of Shambhala and that needs to continue and be supported?

    Shambhala Times - On Differing Views and Paths

  • Nityananda, whose whereabouts are not known, said he took the decision after consultations with leading acharyas of Hindu Dharma at the Haridwar Kumbh Mela.

    Analysis

  • Two great acharyas, Vedanta Desika and Periyavachan Pillai, have written scintillating commentaries on this work.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Nityananda, whose whereabouts are not known, said he took the decision after consultations with leading acharyas of Hindu Dharma at the Haridwar Kumbh Mela.

    Analysis

  • Nityananda, whose whereabouts are not known, said he took the decision after consultations with leading acharyas of Hindu Dharma at the Haridwar Kumbh Mela.

    Analysis

  • Nityananda, whose whereabouts are not known, said he took the decision after consultations with leading acharyas of Hindu Dharma at the Haridwar Kumbh Mela.

    Analysis

  • Nityananda, whose whereabouts are not known, said he took the decision after consultations with leading acharyas of Hindu Dharma at the Haridwar Kumbh Mela.

    Analysis

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