The term Sangh or Sangha means an assembly or congregation. The usage of the term includes:

  • Sangha, in Buddhism and Jainism
  • Sangh Parivar, a group of Indian Nationalist Organizations
  • Tamil Sangams, a legendary literary assembly in ancient Tamil Nadu
  • Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Hindu Revivalist Organization in India

Other articles related to "sangh":

Sanghata Sutra - Contemporary Scholarly Study of The Sanghāta
... The majority of scholarly interest in the Sanghāta to date has been philological ... These editors made invaluable contributions to the study of the Sanghāta, through their work dating and editing its manuscripts, but found the content of the text 'confused ... The Sanghāta Sūtra, which imagines itself as the focus of intense worship, is a prime example of this category ...
Sangh Shakha
... Shakha refers to the daily meetings of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh ...
Shoshit Seva Sangh
... The Shoshit Seva Sangh is a not-for-profit non-governmental organisation based in Patna created to fund charitable projects which deal with relief from poverty and distress ... Its charter states that the Shoshit Seva Sangh aims to assist the underprivileged irrespective of their religion, race, caste, creed or gender, and seeks to establish, support ...
Sanghata Sutra - Meaning of The Name Sanghāta - Further Note On Sanghāta in Sanskrit
... The ‘sangha’ in Sanghāta does not appear to be the same as the ‘sangha’ in Sangha ... In ‘Sanghāta’ the second 'a' is long (this the long marker over the ‘a’) and the 't' is retroflex ...
Sanghata Sutra - Meaning of The Name Sanghāta
... As one linguist who studied the Sanskrit and Khotanese versions of the Sanghāta put it, "the cryptic aspects of the sutra also extend to its title." In ... contains’ is evoked several times within the sutra, when Buddha calls the Sanghāta a ‘treasury of Dharma.’ Whether we take sanghāta as having the sense of ... that what is connected are sentient beings, and they are joined or connected by the Sanghāta to enlightenment ...