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બાબા રામદેવ One of the factors that differentiates Swami Ramdev is his emphasis on teaching and making available the practice of Pranayama (yoga breathing exercises) for the masses.[3] This is different from other yoga teachers who place more emphasis on asanas (yoga postures).[3] Comprehensive video demonstration of Pranayam The practice of 'praanaayaama' and 'Yukt aahaara' (specific diet) for providing health, which Baba Ramdev demonstrates, is well-established in Indian traditions.[4]
એરિસ્ટોટલ He placed emphasis on the type(s) of soul an organism possessed, asserting that plants possess a vegetative soul, responsible for reproduction and growth, animals a vegetative and a sensitive soul, responsible for mobility and sensation, and humans a vegetative, a sensitive, and a rational soul, capable of thought and reflection.
ડાયનાસોર From the point of view of cladistics, birds are dinosaurs, but in ordinary speech the word "dinosaur" does not include birds. Additionally, referring to dinosaurs that are not birds as "non-avian dinosaurs" is cumbersome. For clarity, this article will use "dinosaur" as a synonym for "non-avian dinosaur". The term "non-avian dinosaur" will be used for emphasis as needed.
અનેકાંતવાદ The etymological root of "anekāntavāda" lies in the compound of two Sanskrit words: "anekānta" ("manifoldness") and "vāda" ("school of thought"). The word "anekānta" is a compound of the Sanskrit negative prefix "an", "eka" ("one"), and "anta" ("attribute"). Hence, "anekānta" means "not of solitary attribute". The Jain doctrine lays a strong emphasis on "samyaktva", that is, rationality and logic. According to Jains, the ultimate principle should always be logical and no principle can be devoid of logic or reason. Thus, the Jain texts contain deliberative exhortations on every subject, whether they are constructive or obstructive, inferential or analytical, enlightening or destructive.
ઓક્સફોર્ડ યુનિવર્સિટી Administrative reforms during the 19th century included the replacement of oral examinations with written entrance tests, greater tolerance for religious dissent, and the establishment of four colleges for women. Women have been eligible to be full members of the university and entitled to take degrees since 7 October 1920. Twentieth century Privy Council decisions (such as the abolition of compulsory daily worship, dissociation of the Regius professorship of Hebrew from clerical status, diversion of theological bequests to colleges to other purposes) loosened the link with traditional belief and practice. Although the University's emphasis traditionally had been on classical knowledge, its curriculum expanded in the course of the 19th century to encompass scientific and medical studies.
અનેકાંતવાદ Some modern authors believe that Jain philosophy in general and "anekāntavāda" in particular can provide a solution to many problems facing the world. They claim that even the mounting ecological crisis is linked to adversarialism, because it arises from a false division between humanity and "the rest" of nature. Modern judicial systems, democracy, freedom of speech, and secularism all implicitly reflect an attitude of "anekāntavāda". Many authors, such as Kamla Jain, have claimed that the Jain tradition, with its emphasis on "ahimsā" and "anekāntavāda", is capable of solving religious intolerance, terrorism, wars, the depletion of natural resources, environmental degradation and many other problems. Referring to the 9/11 tragedy, John Koller believes that violence in society mainly exists due to faulty epistemology and metaphysics as well as faulty ethics. A failure to respect the life and views of others, rooted in dogmatic and mistaken knowledge and refusal to acknowledge the legitimate claims of different perspectives, leads to violent and destructive behavior. Koller suggests that "anekāntavāda" has a larger role to play in the world peace. According to Koller, because "anekāntavāda" is designed to avoid one-sided errors, reconcile contradictory viewpoints, and accept the multiplicity and relativity of truth, the Jain philosophy is in a unique position to support dialogue and negotiations amongst various nations and peoples.