Q11 The ascetics who engaged in a variety of yogic practice.
A Satnamis
B Lingayats
C Waths
D Sadhus​

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Q11 The ascetics who engaged in a variety of yogic practice.
A Satnamis
B Lingayats
C Waths
D Sadhus​

Azura 1 year 2021-08-18T19:45:31+00:00 0

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    2021-08-18T19:46:43+00:00

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    D.Sadhus is correct I think so

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    2021-08-18T19:47:21+00:00

    Dhyana (IAST: Dhyāna) in Hinduism means contemplation and meditation.[1] Dhyana is taken up in Yoga exercises, and is a means to samadhi and self-knowledge.[2]

    The various concepts of dhyana and its practice originated in the Vedic era of Hinduism, and the practice has been influential within the diverse traditions of Hinduism.[3][4] It is, in Hinduism, a part of a self-directed awareness and unifying Yoga process by which the yogi realizes Self (Atman, soul), one’s relationship with other living beings, and Ultimate Reality.[3][5][6] Dhyana is also found in other Indian religions such as Buddhism and Jainism. These developed along with dhyana in Hinduism, partly independently, partly influencing each other.

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