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Jai shri ram full form of s.m.i.l.e.

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Asked by Ramesh Agarwal, 11 Mar 04:17 pm
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1.

S-Sets you free.
M-Makes you special.
I-Increases your face value.
L-Lifts up your spirit.
E-Erases all your tension.

((So always Smile.z))
Answered by Apocalypso, 11 Mar 04:21 pm

 
  
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Satisfaction
Multiplied
In
Limited
Effort
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 11 Mar 07:18 pm

 
  
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S M I L E= Showing Miracle In Little Effort :-)
Answered by Kiran, 11 Mar 04:23 pm

 
  
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AUpanishada are the part of Vedanta and VedantaAlso called Uttar Meemansa is a spiritual conclusion from the Vedas while Poorva Meemansalike Brahmans give Karmakandik explanation of the Vedas.',

BGeneral meaning of Upanishada,
The Sanskrit term upaniad derives from upa- nearby, ni- at the proper place, down and sad, that is "sitting down near" a teacher in order to receive instruction.

CSpiritual meaning of the Upanishada,
Upawithout obstacle, Nicomplete, ShadGyan. So Upanishada means Gyan that is not separated from the source and that is free from the boundaries of country, time and matter, It mean a Poorna Gyan of Brhman applicable everywhere.

DRight now we have the records of only two hundred and twenty Upanishadas

EName of main Upanishadas
one. Ishaavsyopanishad
two. Kenopanishad
three.Kathopanishad ...more
Answered by Mickey, 11 Mar 05:06 pm

 
  
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