Definition of Saddhus

1. saddhu [n] - See also: saddhu



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saddhus

sad to say
sadanagaite
sadcase
sadcases
sadcore
sadded
sadden
saddened
saddening
saddens
sadder
saddest
saddhu
saddhus (current term)
sadding
saddish
saddle
saddle-backed
saddle-bag
saddle-bags
saddle-billed stork
saddle-billed storks
saddle-bow
saddle-bows
saddle-cloth
saddle-cloths
saddle-point
saddle-shaped

Literary usage of Saddhus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The God Juggernaut and Hinduism in India: From a Study of Their Sacred Books by Jeremiah Zimmerman (1914)
"These so-called saints or saddhus constitute a large and interesting class for ... Some of the noted saddhus of India were at Puri and as they sat just ..."

2. The White Man's Work in Asia and Africa: A Discussion of the Main by Leonard Alston (1907)
"... desire is for the least effort and the utmost leisure; while he must certainly be classed as lower in the moral scale than most of the saddhus of India. ..."

3. The White Man's Work in Asia and Africa: A Discussion of the Main by Leonard Alston (1907)
"... desire is for the least effort and the utmost leisure; while he must certainly be classed as lower in the moral scale than most of the saddhus of India. ..."

4. Le Cambodge by Etienne Aymonier (1900)
"L'emploi de ce terme et, d'autre part, l'absence de toute invocation à un dieu du brahmanisme, ainsi que l'intervention des saddhus de ..."

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