brahmachari









brahmachari


brahmachari [brah-muh-chahr-ee] ExamplesWord Origin noun Hinduism.

  1. a student of the Vedas, especially one committed to brahmacharya.
  2. a celibate.

Also brah·ma·cā·rin [brah-muh-chahr-in] /ˌbrɑ məˈtʃɑr ɪn/. Origin of brahmachari From the Sanskrit word brahmacārin Examples from the Web for brahmachari Historical Examples of brahmachari

  • The Brahmachari heard all this, and also that you had been there, had heard of my death, and had come hither.

    The Poison Tree

    Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

  • The Brahmachari, bidding her light a lamp, laid his burden on the floor of the hut.

    The Poison Tree

    Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

  • The letter ended, the Brahmachari asked, “What address shall I write?”

    The Poison Tree

    Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

  • In it special rewards were indicated for the Brahmachari and the unknown Brahman.

    The Poison Tree

    Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

  • The boy gives out his name, and the teacher enquires of him what kind of Brahmachari he is.

    Castes and Tribes of Southern India

    Edgar Thurston

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