Definitions

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  • noun The state of being an avatar.

Etymologies

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avatar +‎ -hood

Examples

  • Again, the essence of “incarnation” as understood in Christianity does not find any representation in the Indic idea of avatarhood.

    Vedanta, avatar, & incarnation

  • In fact, your readers are mostly going to embrace their avatarhood and evangelize about it within the next three years, and that "lame" Avatar trailer and movie are going to have something if not a lot to do with it.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Again, the essence of “incarnation” as understood in Christianity does not find any representation in the Indic idea of avatarhood.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Again, the essence of “incarnation” as understood in Christianity does not find any representation in the Indic idea of avatarhood.

    I have severed all connections from my official religion-Hinduism

  • In fact, your readers are mostly going to embrace their avatarhood and evangelize about it within the next three years, and that "lame" Avatar trailer and movie are going to have something if not a lot to do with it.

    Avatar movie is ahead of the curve, and you usually are, too, Vanity Fair

  • Again, the essence of “incarnation” as understood in Christianity does not find any representation in the Indic idea of avatarhood.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • That is why I strongly object to suggestions that have been made, to the effect that being a member of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram obliges one to accept Sri Aurobindo's avatarhood as an objective truth, along with certain other doctrines.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • What is “personal Deity” or “emergence” if not the other name of avatarhood?

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • What is “personal Deity” or “emergence” if not the other name of avatarhood?

    An Emergent Theory of Values

  • In the few lines above, he combines Peter Heehs’ disregard for Sri Aurobindo’s avatarhood with the larger disregard for the cosmological component of the Supramental and Integral yogas shared by all those who do not see Thea as an extension of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother’s yogic consciousness and mission.

    Tusar N. Mohapatra encourages his readers to remain ignorant

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