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apprentice
a person who is learning a trade or art by experience under a skilled worker
stronghold
Function: noun
FORTRESS - a fortified place
translate
to change from one language or set of symbols into another
cobbler
1 : a mender or maker of shoes
2 : a deep-dish fruit pie with a thick top crust
caste
1. one of the classes into which the Hindu people of India were formerly divided
2 a : a division of society based upon differences of wealth, rank, or occupation b : social rank
heathen
1 : a person who does not know about and worship the God of the Bible : PAGAN
2 : an uncivilized person
Hindu
1 : a follower of Hinduism
2 : a person born or living in India
Buddhist
someone who follows Buddhism


Bud·dhism- a religion of eastern and central Asia growing out of the teaching of Gautama Buddha
Krishna
god worshipped in later Hinduism
guru
a personal religious teacher and spiritual guide in Hinduism [from guru, a word in Hindi (the major language in India) meaning "Hindu teacher or spiritual guide", derived from Sanskrit guru adjective meaning "worthy of respect"
Buddha
Gau·ta·ma Bud·dha
Pronunciation: "gaut-&-m&-'büd-&, -'bud-
about 563-about 483 B.C. The Buddha Indian philosopher; founder of Buddhism
nirvana
1.the final beatitude that transcends suffering, karma, and samsara and is sought especially in Buddhism through the extinction of desire and ind. consciousness
2 a place or state of oblivion to care, pain, external reality; b a goal hoped for but apparently unattainable