Not according to dharma; evil.
A person who doesn't act according to dharma.
Fire; also the name of the Hindu god of fire.
Wealth and possessions. Artha is one of the four goals in life (the others are dharma, kama, and moksha).
A hermitage; a place where wise men live.
One type of demon or supernatural being.
Incarnation of a God, especially Vishnu.
Love, devotion. ('Bhakta' refers to a devoted person.)
The land of Bharata; India.
Member of the priestly class; one of Brahma's people. ('Brahman' refers to this caste as well.)
Any of a class of celestial, elemental beings.
Truth, justice, duty. The right path.
Spiritual teacher or guide; master.
One who has conquered his senses.
A member of the caste of royal warriors.
Cosmic illusion ('Maya' also refers to the goddess of illusion).
A sage or seer; silent one; knower of minds.
Liberation from this lower earthly realm; freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth; enlightenment.
A vicious type of demon (feminine form is 'rakshasi').
The first Veda, one of the most holy books in Hinduism.
A sage, mystic; a wise man who meditates in the forest or in an ashram.
The world of illusion; the world we inhabit presently.
Feminine power or weapon.
A member of the fourth Hindu caste; one of the laborers or workers.
Act of penance or forbearance (fasting, enduring heat or cold, etc.) that develops one's spiritual powers and wins favor with the gods.
An ancient and magical race of monkeys.
An ancient Indian stringed instrument, similar to a lute.
Literally, "Union." Refers to the union of the self with God through spiritual exercises (a male who practices yoga is called a 'yogi'; a female is called a 'yogini').
A journey, often with religious significance.