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Muslim name for the one God; not a personal name, having the sense of ‘the God’.
‘Noble’ or ‘pure’. Used of themselves and their traditions by Indo-Europeans who migrated into ancient India and whose beliefs are preserved in early parts of the Veda.
‘Song of the Lord’: a Hindu religious text.
Usually refers to Christian scriptures comprising both the Old and New Testaments.
Ultimate power or reality underlying the visible world.
‘Priestly’ class in the Hindu social system.
Place where Christians meet for worship but also the world-wide community of Christians, or a particular community of Christians.
‘Sight’ or vision of the deity. In these units darshan refers to standing in the presence of the sacred in the expectation that the ‘sight’ of the deity will bring a blessing.