Definitions for "DHARMA "
the basic principles of the cosmos; also: an ancient sage in Hindu mythology worshipped as a god by some lower castes;.
The law”; rules of conduct in Hindu-Buddhism.
Truth, teaching, doctrine, nature.
Action, lifestyle, or state of consciousness which promotes and upholds the inherent integrity of the Universal Consciousness.
( dhar, "uphold"). Rules of order, custom, and ethics, adherence to which is necessary to maintain order in society. In the Upanishads, dharma is primarily knowledge of the way to attain Brahman.
Basic phenomenological classification of mental states. Reified into substances by the Sarvaastivaada. Used to classify vij~naptis by the Yogaacaara.
good karma or actions used to generate good karma
Reward for reaching enlightment where you are no longer experiencing Karma.
Innate purpose; for human beings, spirituality is their dharma.
Our purpose in life.
The life purpose for what an entity is meant to be.
DHARMA is a system that provides robust and efficient mobile network connectivity for end users. It allows users to preserve TCP connections during unexpected network failure, changes of network attachment points or interfaces, or even device hibernation. The current implementation works on both Linux and Windows and supports most legacy applications.
Keywords:  dhruva, constellation, goes, him, round
A constellation which goes round Dhruva keeping him to the right
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When spelled this way (not capitalized), means roughly "phenomenon."