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[mass noun] Knowledge, especially spiritual or religious knowledge.
- ‘Brahma gyan or realisation of truth alone will bring about a reformation, helping to establish lasting peace.’
- ‘The best donation of all is gyan daan, the donation of knowledge.’
- ‘Although there was degradation and slackness prevailing in the character and conduct activities, there was tremendous rising of Gyan (Knowledge).’
- ‘he desire of creation contained the seed of Gyan (knowledge) embedded in it, as the world could be created only through knowledge’
From Hindi jñān.
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