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satsang

Line breaks: sat|sang
Pronunciation: /ˈsatsaŋ
 
, ˈsʌtsʌŋ/

Definition of satsang in English:

noun

Indian
A spiritual discourse or sacred gathering.
Example sentences
  • He is instrumental in conducting Gita discourses, satsangs and music sessions.
  • The Sri Ganesha Society of British Columbia, comprised of 100 Sri Lankan families, holds weekly satsangs and monthly chaturthi pujas.
  • Their enthusiasm for the Hindu festivals and the Sunday satsangs is commendable, but typical of a community thousands of miles from their homeland.

Origin

from Sanskrit satsaṅga 'association with good men'.

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