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Samvada, sangacha..sangachadwam...
what do you think of all these..terms..?

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Asked by sarya mitra, 12 May '08 07:31 pm
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'Sangachchhadam Samvadadam Sanghayamana Srijanatam'

it means according to Buddhist philosophy, to go with the group, speak honestly, be 'sangha-minded' to make yourself.
Answered by Susanta Biswas, 12 May '08 10:29 pm

 
  
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These terms are from a sloka in the Rig Veda. This sloka has been adopted as our national statement of ethos and motto by the Govt. of India. It means, be united and get along with the group & society by mixing with them, thinking with & for them, interacting with them intellectually, help the society with your expertise and talent, be true &; honest to yourself and the society.
Source: Rig Veda
Answered by v n, 15 Mar '11 09:35 am

 
  
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Samvada could mean discussions which may lead to enhancement of knowledge. The other two terms, no idea. Wud like to hear more abt them all from you, Sarya..
Answered by serpentine, 19 May '08 01:48 pm

 
  
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Very nice terms ---united in approach with all means sees us thru---
m i wrong ?
Answered by Wife Supreme, 12 May '08 07:39 pm

 
  
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Sorry very poor in Sanskrit
Answered by adeel ahmad, 12 May '08 07:32 pm

 
  
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