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What does Ahankar mean?


What does Ahankar mean?

Hankaar, Hankār or Ahankar, is the Gurmukhi word originated from a Sanskrit word Ahankāra (Hindi or Sanskrit: अहंकार) which translates to mean ego or excessive pride due to one’s possessions, material wealth, spirituality, beauty, talents, physical strength, intelligence, authoritative powers, charity work etc.

What does Krodh mean?

Krodh is derived from the Sanskrit word krodha, which means wrath or rage. This is an emotion recognized in the Sikh system as a spring of desire and is as such counted as one of the Five Evils. It expresses itself in several forms from silent sullenness to hysterical tantrums and violence.

What we say MOH in English?

मोह (moha) – Meaning in English Temptation is a desire to engage in short-term urges for enjoyment that threatens long-term goals. In the context of some religions, temptation is the inclination to sin. Also see “मोह” on Wikipedia.

How do I overcome my ego?

10 Effective Ways To Help You Control Your Ego

  1. Do something nice for a subordinate.
  2. Tell someone something you’ve been keeping in for long.
  3. Let someone else talk for a change.
  4. And really listen to them.
  5. Step down if you have to.
  6. Compliment someone.
  7. Put yourself in the other person’s shoes.
  8. Maybe avoid using the word “I” often.

What is moh maya?

by Harkrishan Alag August 25, 2019. ‘Moh-Maya’ – A phrase that is undeniably a part of many conversations in Delhi, it refers to the illusion that money is. Money and the concept of currency exchange is a manmade construct that has transpired men in an endless pursuit of more like a dog chases its tail.

What do we call a person with no ego?

egoless in British English. (ˈiːɡəʊlɪs, ˈɛɡəʊlɪs) adjective. having no ego, or not having an inflated view of one’s self-importance. She was terribly humble, unassuming, shy and egoless.

Is ego a bad thing?

There is nothing wrong with having an ego – there is nothing wrong with feeling important – but the ego needs to be regulated. The problems arise when it affects your decision making, your mood, or it turns you into a victim, an underdog, or it makes you feel superior to others in order to justify your behaviour.