Definition of Agamic. Meaning of Agamic. Synonyms of Agamic

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Definition of Agamic

Agamic
Agamic A*gam"ic, a. [Agamous.] (a) (Biol.) Produced without sexual union; as, agamic or unfertilized eggs. (b) Not having visible organs of reproduction, as flowerless plants; agamous.

Meaning of Agamic from wikipedia

- Parthenogenesis (/ˌpɑːrθɪnoʊˈdʒɛnɪsɪs, -θɪnə-/; from the Gr**** παρθένος, parthénos, 'virgin' + γένεσις, génesis, 'creation') is a natural form of a****ual...
- three main branches of Agama texts are Shaiva, Vaishnava, and Shakta. The Agamic traditions are sometimes called Tantrism, although the term "Tantra" is...
- various canonical scriptures in Jainism The corresponding adjective is Agamic. Agama can also refer to: Agama (lizard), genus of lizards in the family...
- (Sanskrit: गुरु) to a śiṣya "disciple" (Sanskrit: शिष्य) or chela(Hinduism)|agamic]], architectural, musical or spiritual, is imparted through the developing...
- the Agamic scripts (a set of scriptures regulating the temple cult). More often, however, the temple is not completed in accordance with Agamic scriptures...
- one of the first regions in the Tamil country to witness the rise of the Agamic cults. Sanskrit texts of the centuries which immediately precede the Christian...
- திருநீறு; thiruneeru) is the sacred ash which is made of burnt dried wood in Āgamic rituals, or ash from burnt cow dung or from the cremation of bodies. Hindu...
- sources that discuss theology, metaphysics, mythology, Vedic yajna, yoga, agamic rituals, and temple building, among other topics. Prominent themes in Hindu...
- distribution within Europe. Biorhiza pallida has a complex life cycle involving an agamic female that reproduces by parthenogenesis without a male during the summer...
- initiations may also include Vedic Yajna rites, or alternatively be based on Agamic rituals. The word yajna (Sanskrit: यज्ञ, romanized: yajña) has its root...
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