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  1. Moogudal says:
    ASHA or AšA (pronounced a-sha) // means 'life' in Arabic, it also means 'truth', 'right working' and 'existence'.:ELEVEN // a number (particularly in repetition ) known to represent the opening of an energetic gateway. In numerology it signifies intuition, insight .
  2. Brakasa says:
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  3. Yojind says:
    Ashfaq Ahmed (Urdu: اشفاق احمد‎) was a writer, playwright and broadcaster from Pakistan. He authored several books in Urdu. His works included novels, short stories and plays for television and radio. He was awarded President's Pride of Performance and Sitara-i-Imtiaz for meritorious services in the field of literature and broadcasting/5().
  4. Arashijinn says:
    Ashrama in Hinduism is one of four age-based life stages discussed in Indian texts of the ancient and medieval eras. The four ashramas are: Brahmacharya (student), Grihastha (householder), Vanaprastha (retired) and Sannyasa (renunciate). The Ashrama system is one facet of the Dharma concept in Hinduism. It is also a component of the ethical theories in Indian philosophy, where it is combined.
  5. Tojagul says:
    Ashiq is the person who has a smile which can make any sad person happy.
  6. Merisar says:
    The Ashrak were created by the Goa'uld Selket who created an army of deadly elite assassins who would do her will. She handles the training of the Ashrak who are then contracted out to the System Lords for assassination duties. This would either be done on a single basis, in order for the contracting Goa'uld to remain anonymous, by contract or by permanently buying the services of the Ashrak.
  7. Kazrakree says:
    Ashadham Ashram is the Rescue and Rehabilitation center for distressed destitute in the periphery of Udaipur (India).
  8. Disar says:
    Asha (/ ˈ ʌ ʃ ə /; also arta / ˈ ɑːr t ə /; Avestan:𐬀𐬴𐬀‎ aṣ̌a/arta) is a Zoroastrian concept with a complex and highly nuanced range of meaning. It is commonly summarized in accord with its contextual implications of 'truth' and 'right(eousness)', 'order' and 'right working'. For other connotations, see meaning below. It is of cardinal importance to Zoroastrian theology.

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