The title of this article is misleading because it is misleading to suggest that the word ‘sacred’ means ‘pure’, as the article claims.
Rather, it means ‘holy place’.
The definition of sacred in Hinduism is that it is ‘a place of sanctification and contemplation’ and is considered a ‘sacrament’ or ‘holy sanctuary’.
The word ‘holy’ is also used in the Mahabharata to refer to sacred rites.
The word is used to denote something that is pure or holy.
In the same way, a place of worship is also defined as ‘pure’ or holy, even though the words are different.
Sacred places can include places of worship that have been destroyed, such as temples, crematoriums and other crematorium-type structures.
If a place is sacred, then it is also holy.
A place of veneration is also considered holy.
Sacred and holy places are considered the same thing, even if they are located in different parts of the country.
According to the Mahavira Purana, ‘a person is a pure devotee of God, if he has his mind pure and his mind unblemished’.
A person who has his own devotion to God is called a god.
A person with no devotion to any god is called an ignorant person.
Therefore, there are many scriptures in the Vedas which say that a person is not a pure or an ignorant devotee if he possesses his mind and mind unbroken.
So, in a way, it is like if you said that a woman who has never had intercourse is not pure and an ignorant.
The Mahabarata has more than 2,500 verses which define sacred places.
The term ‘holy temple’ means a place where the god is worshipped or a place that is consecrated to a god or goddess.
Sacred objects and the objects of worship can be consecrated.
The consecrated objects can be objects of sacrifice or offerings or even holy stones, which are stones with precious metal embedded in them, that can be used for sacrifice.
Some holy sites are located near sacred places, which means that the people who visit those places are going there to worship God.
However, a holy site is not just any sacred place.
In fact, the Mahayana also defines holy places as ‘holy places of reverence’.
The words ‘holy shrine’ and ‘holy sacred place’ are also used by the Mahaprabhu to describe places of sacred worship, especially at the temples.
In other words, the temple is not only the place of sacrifice and sacrifice offerings, but also the place where a sacred god is worshiped.
There are many sacred places in the world, but not all of them are temples.
The temple is where the gods are worshipped.
A temple is a place in which God is worshipped.
In contrast, a mosque is a holy place.
There is a great deal of emphasis on worship at the mosques in India, where worshipers pay a great price for a sacred place such as the place that a god is believed to dwell.
If you do not worship your god at the mosque, you cannot worship him.
This is because a mosque must be a place with a worshipper, but it is not the place with worshipers.
The same goes for temples.
Even the place called the temple, which is called ‘temple’, is not always the place worshipers are supposed to worship.
The holy places in India are also sacred places for many other things such as festivals, rituals and sacred art.
A religious festival, called ‘Amit Shahjahan-dee’ (dawn festival), takes place at these holy places.
A holy place is a sacred temple that is used for worship.
There have been many different ways in which a sacred and holy place has been defined.
In most cases, it refers to a place, place of devotion or a sacred object.
The definition for a place means that it can be found in a particular place, in particular time period, in the particular region, and in a specific geographical area.
This definition is based on a set of beliefs.
A religion is a set or set of religions that the creator of the religion believes in and that are based on the same set of sacred beliefs.
This set of religious beliefs can be derived from the beliefs of the people that lived at that particular time.
The belief that a place or place of sacredness is holy and holy is not limited to one religious faith or one religious community.
It can be any religion that believes in one or more sacred beliefs that are also based on different beliefs.
The concept of a holy sacred place can be expressed as ‘sacrifice’ or as ‘blessed sacrifice’.
For example, in Buddhism, there is a saying that ‘holy sacrifices are offered in the name of Buddha, in order to become a Buddha.’
This is a reference to the idea that there is one true Buddha, and the sacrifice to become that Buddha can be a blessing. If someone