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The meaning of «dhy»

Dhyāna (Sanskrit) or Jhāna (Pali), commonly translated as meditation, is a state of no mind. It is used in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.
Dhyana (IAST: Dhyāna) in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism means contemplation and meditation, though their technical context is different.
Dhyan Chand (29 August 1905 – 3 December 1979) was an Indian field hockey player, who is considered as one the greatest field hockey players of all time.
The Dhyan Chand Award, officially known as Dhyan Chand Award for Lifetime Achievement in Sports and Games, is the lifetime achievement sporting honour of the Republic of India.
Dhyan Sreenivasan is an Indian film actor known for his Malayalam films. He made his debut in 2013 with Thira, directed by his elder brother Vineeth Sreenivasan.
Shri Dhyanyogi Madhusudandas was an Indian saint born in Bihar, India. His disciples include Shri Anandi Ma and Omdasji Maharaj.
The Dhyanalinga is a Yogic temple located 30 km (19 mi) from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. The temple was consecrated by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, a yogi and mystic.
Dhyan Govinda Ranjit a.k.a. Dhyan Govinda Ranjitkar (Nepali/Nepal Bhasa: ध्यान गोबिन्द रञ्जित) is a Nepalese politician and a leader of Nepali Congress.
The Dhyāna sutras (Chinese: 禪経) or "meditation summaries" (Chinese: 禪要) are a group of early Buddhist meditation texts which are mostly based on the Yogacara meditation teachings of the Sarvāstivāda school of Kashmir circa 1st-4th centuries CE.
The Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium commonly known by its former name, National Stadium is a field hockey stadium in New Delhi, India.

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