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jnana-marga

[ juh-nah-nuh-mahr-guh ]
/ dʒəˈnɑ nəˈmɑr gə /
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noun Hinduism.
See under marga.
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Origin of jnana-marga

First recorded in 1875–80

Words nearby jnana-marga

JJ, JK, Jl., JM, jnana, jnana-marga, jnd, Jno., Jnr, jnt., jo
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How to use jnana-marga in a sentence

  • Hann leitai rs vi marga vitra menn, hvat hann skyldi til brags taka; en engi gat at r til gefit, er dygi.

    Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
  • And you are convinced that Marga—that Miss May is recovering.

    The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
  • The attempt to make religion consist of emotion without thought, of bhakti without jnana, had disastrous issues.

    Two Old Faiths|J. Murray Mitchell and William Muir
  • In the meantime I set out with the native guide for the summit of Marga, which proved to be one of my old fixed points.

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