cakravartin

or chak·ra·var·tin

[ chuhk-ruh-vahr-tin ]
/ ˌtʃʌk rəˈvɑr tɪn /

noun

(in Indian philosophy, politics, etc.) an ideal, universal, enlightened ruler, under whom the world exists in justice and peace.

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Origin of cakravartin

From Sanskrit
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Example sentences from the Web for cakravartin

  • It is also called the “great man” (Mahapurusha) or the “victorious lord” (Cakravartin).

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