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Origin of shastra
OTHER WORDS FROM shastrashastrik, shas·tra·ik [shah-strey-ik], /ʃɑˈstreɪ ɪk/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for shastra
To his translations, and his connection with the Kama Shastra Society, we shall refer later.
To the Kama Shastra edition of 1886 we have already referred, and we shall deal fully with the whole subject in a later chapter.
A shaster or shastra, from the Sanskrit root ças, to govern, relates to discipline.
After long study they returned, bringing the Chinese translation of this shastra into Japan.
This shastra was the work of a Hindu whose name means Lion-armor, and who lived about nine centuries after Gautama.