Panth

Some articles on panth:

Panthéon, Paris - History
... Léon Foucault demonstrated the rotation of the earth by his experiment conducted in the Panthéon, by constructing a 67 meter Foucault pendulum beneath the central dome ... The original sphere from the pendulum was temporarily displayed at the Panthéon in the 1990s (starting in 1995) during renovations at the Musée des Arts et Métie ... to the Musée des Arts et Métiers, and a copy is now displayed at the Panthéon ...
Lycée Henri IV - Buildings and History
... in the heart of the Latin Quarter on the left bank of the river Seine, near the Panthéon, the church Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, and the rue Mouffetard ... and, in October 1796, the site became the École Centrale du Panthéon, the first of many public schools in France ... changed its name several times since its inception – École Centrale du Panthéon (1794–1804) Lycée Napoléon (1804–1815) Collège Henri IV,(1815–1848) Lyc ...
Barmati Panth
... Bar Mati Panth is a religion founded by Dhani Matang Dev around 1100 AD in Kutch and Sindh (modern India) ... The followers of Baarmati Panth are spread all over India but its presence is most visible in the districts of Kutch, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Amreli, Bhavnagar in Gujarat (In ...
Panthan
... A panth is founded by a guru or an acharya, and is often led by scholars or senior practitioners of the tradition ... Some of the major panthas in India are Khalsa Panth (Guru Gobind Singh's Sikhism) Nanak Panth (Sikhism) Sahaja Panth (Universal) Kabir Panth (Part of the Sahaja) Dadu Panth (Part of ...
Sudharma Swami - See Also
... Gaccha Sthanakvasi Svetambar Terapanth Kavi Panth of Shrimad Rajchandra Digambara Mula Sangh Balatkara Gana Kashtha Sangh Taran Panth Bispanthi Digambar Terapanth Kanji Swami Panth Yapaniya (now extinct) Practices ...