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noun as in rebirth

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Most Hindus believe in reincarnation, which means that while one may enter bodies with birth and leave with death, life itself does not, precisely, begin or end.

It’s about estranged twin brothers in Mongolia who set out on a journey to find the reincarnation of an important spiritual leader.

From Time

Many Nigerian artists have gone as far as naming themselves as the reincarnation of Fela.

From Quartz

Rather, the clauses on reincarnation are aimed at preserving Tibet’s cultural and political distinctiveness.

The bill’s concern with reincarnation is similarly aimed at reining in Beijing.

Most recently, Karl Lagerfeld hosted a grand fête celebrating the premier of his film Reincarnation.

Yes, he has declared himself to be a reincarnation of Kabir.

There is a notion of reincarnation; namely, that our children are really returning ancestors.

“Russia Today it is the reincarnation of the international,” he said.

Luqman and Khader said that within the religion there are also seven angels and a belief in reincarnation.

But if this reincarnation was quite ordinary in its process, it was the more radical and decisive.

Father has long believed me to be the reincarnation of the spirit of Bruce Walraven.

Would he rediscover humanity, or had they long since arisen to higher planes of existence or reincarnation?

Here you see the reincarnation of the old Christian notion that we are "conceived in sin and born in iniquity."

Can the Churinga nanja and reincarnation beliefs have set up nescience of obvious facts among the Arunta?


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reincarnation, such as: metempsychosis, and transmigration.

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