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    The word Marma comes from Sanskrit origin ‘mru’ or ‘marr’. ‘Marayantiitimarma’, the Sanskrit phrase means likelihood of death after inflion to these places. The word Marma is also used with synonys as tender, secret or vital spots. According to Sushruta, Marma point is an anatomical site where Mansa(muscles), Sira(blood vessels), Snayu(tender), Asthi(bones), Sandhi(joints) confluence.According to traumatic effect,Marma are classified as Sadhyapranahara (causing death immediately),…

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    Yazel Myhoob 2 October 2017 Identify #4 Ashoka- Ashoka lived in ancient India and played an important role as the ruler of Maurya from 268 to 232 BC. Ashoka conquered Kalinga due to his interest in their powerful trade systems and sought to force his rule upon the people of Kalinga, modern-day Orissa. Ashoka eventually conquered Kalinga and had almost asserted his rule over the whole continent. Pataliputra was crowned as the capital city of Maurya after Kalinga was conquered. Brahmins-…

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    sides have good and bad people. The most famous part of the Mahabharata is known as the Bhagavad Gita, which explains the importance of Dharma or religious duty. The basic plot of the Bhagavad Gita is the god Krishna explaining to Arjuna why he needs to go to war. Arjuna at first sees the death and pain brought on by war and doesn’t want to fight but then he speaks to Krishna. Krishna Explains that the difference in just fighting and spiritual duty. You have to have the right reasons to fight…

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    Competition surrounds everyone. Whether it be in School, at a job, or a company, competition is found. Nowadays we see students slaving away to be the best in the class, to feel noticed. In a job, we see people sabotaging one another's work, competing to get the position. With companies, we see them fighting each other over who can make the most money. Competition is everywhere, and it is not beneficial to us. It affects how one lives and perceives life. Competition can make…

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    Mothers as Heroes in The Epic of Gilgamesh and The Mahabharata Mothers of heroes act as counselors to their sons within The Mahabharata and The Epic of Gilgamesh. Ninsun and Kunti, have sacrificed and helped their children in various ways. Considering how integral they are to their sons victories we see that the mothers are in fact the true heroes of these stories. These mothers use strategic thinking and utilize qualities of a hero to push their children in the direction of triumph. Kunti…

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    cancer, but related human studies have not been conducted. This is the only ingredient in ProSolution pills that has potential side effects like hypoglycemia and hepatotoxicity. You should avoid using it if you have problems with low blood sugar. Arjuna Arjuna Terminalia is used as aphrodisiac, cardiotonic, urinary astringent, expectorant, alexiteric and is useful in fractures, ulcers, cirrhosis of the lever, hyperhidsis, otalgia and…

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    The point of view comes from an onlooker since the image is a statue. And finally document 8 says that to escape the cycle you need to travel up the caste system, when you reach the top is when you're able to go to heaven. The point of view is from Arjuna as he is listening to someone speak to him. Each religion and tradition that is represented in this group has some idea about reincarnation, but all agree the cycle is broken somehow. An additional document is needed to improve this grouping,…

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    transcendent; where in Hinduism god is both transcendent and immanent. The Bhagavad Gita revolves around four main concepts, the first being Dharma. Social and religious rules, general laws, or one’s purpose in life, can make up Dharma. In the Bhagavad Gita Arjuna is a warrior; that is his Dharma. It is something that cannot be changed no matter opinion, and it is his duty to fulfill it. The Gita gives off the impression that by following your Dharma you cannot…

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    not with the Pandavas or with the Kauravas, but he was with all of them. He participates in the war in a very strange way as he had to look to the universal good and not to the good of a few. He provided Duryodhana with the invincible army and Arjuna with a Charioteer. He sees everyone defeated, humiliated, regretting at one time or the other but when Krishna was wounded by truth he never complains, never cries, never regrets, never feels helpless is indifferent to both victory and defeat…

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    Venkatrarma’s painting of the Kurukshetra War serves as an artistic response to war, primarily because it portrays the battle between a group of cousins (Kauravs and Pandavs) for the throne of an Indian Kingdom known as Kuru. The account of the battle is from the epic Indian story, Mahabharata. The painting by the artist depicts the time when chakravyuh was formed as a defensive formation which appears like a blooming lotus by the commander in chief of Kauravs in the battle of Kurukshetra. As…

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