ASTIKA


ASTIKA
   a HINDU term for correct teachings or ORTHODOXY.

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  • Ástika — (‘espiritualista’ en sánscrito) es el término utilizado por los teístas hindúes para referirse a las religiones y personas dhármicas, que aceptan la autoridad de los Vedás como escrituras supremas reveladas irrefutables.[1] Por esta definición,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • āstika — ▪ Hindu philosophy       in Indian philosophy, any orthodox school of thought, defined as one that accepts the authority of the Vedas (sacred scriptures of ancient India); the superiority of the Brahmans (the class of priests), who are the… …   Universalium

  • astika — noun Technical term in Hinduism used to classify philosophical schools and persons, according to whether they accept the authority of the Vedas as supreme revealed scriptures, or not. See Also: nastika …   Wiktionary

  • āstika — आस्तिक …   Indonesian dictionary

  • āstīka — आस्तीक …   Indonesian dictionary

  • Āstika and nāstika — Astika redirects here. For the Hindu sage, see Astika (mythology). Part of a series on Hindu philosophy …   Wikipedia

  • Ástika y nástika — son dos términos en idioma sánscrito usados para clasificar (desde el punto de vista del hinduismo) doctrinas y personas. āstika y nāstika, en el sistema AITS (alfabeto internacional para la transliteración del sánscrito). आस्तिक y नास्तिक en… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Astika (Beer) — Astika is a brewery making a blond pilsner with an alcohol content of 5% ABV in the city of Haskovo, in southern Bulgaria. The brand has a leading position in the Bulgarian premium segment. The brewery draws on the best deep lying water in Thrace …   Wikipedia

  • Astika (disambiguation) — Astika may refer to:* Astika and Nastika, a Hindu who believes in the Vedas * Astika (Beer) …   Wikipedia

  • Astika (mythology) — Astika was an ancient Hindu rishi (sage), and he was a son of Jaratkaru by the serpent goddess Manasa a sister of the great serpent king Vasuki. According to the Mahabharata, he saved the life of a serpent named Takshaka when king Janamejaya made …   Wikipedia


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