numerology

Numerology information Klesh:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive

urban

Definition funny of Klesh:

urbanThe area between the genitalia and the inner thigh, it usually has an unpleasant odor.

urbanWow bob your klesh is extra musty today.

urbanA VERY well hung male.

urbanGirl, that Klesh I was with last night had at least 7 inches on my last boyfriend.

songs

Songs about Klesh:

songsChaar Karma Klesh by Narayan Agrawal from the Album Buddha Amrit Vani

songsMy Body's Burnin (Slava Dmitriev & Kostya Klesh Remix) by Chris Montana Etienne Ozborne from the Album House Generation, Vol. 17

songsMy Body's Burnin (Slava Dmitriev & Kostya Klesh Remix) by Chris Montana Etienne Ozborne from the Album My Body's Burnin

songsMy Body's Burnin (Slava Dmitriev & Kostya Klesh Remix) by Chris Montana Etienne Ozborne from the Album Club Session Miami - the After Party

songsMy Body's Burnin (Slava Dmitriev & Kostya Klesh Remix) by Chris Montana Etienne Ozborne from the Album Club Affairs, Vol. 12

songsMy Body's Burnin' (Slava Dmitriev & Kostya Klesh Remix) by Etienne Ozborne & Chris Montana from the Album House Facades, Vol. 1

songsMy Body's Burnin' (Slava Dmitriev & Kostya Klesh Remix) by Etienne Ozborne & Chris Montana from the Album Midnight Pleasure

books

Books about Klesh:

booksThe Day of the Klesh by M. A. Foster (Oct 2, 1979)

booksBattle Boko: Klesh by Jupey Krusho (Aug 25, 2012)

booksLe Jour des Kleshs by Michael Foster (1992)

booksBud'Te Ostorozhny - Klesh! by Bobrovskikh T. (1990)

booksBud'Te Ostorozhny Klesh! by Edited By (1989)

booksThe Day of the Klesh (1979)

booksStunde der Klesh Moewig; 3533 : Science fiction

wiki

Wiki information Klesh:

Kleshas

Kleshas, in Buddhism, are mental states that cloud the mind and manifest in unwholesome actions. Kleshas include states of mind such as anxiety, fear, anger, jealousy, desire, depression, etc. Contemporary translators use a variety of English words...

Kleshas

Kleśa is a term from Indian philosophy and yoga, meaning a "poison". The third śloka of Patañjali's Yogasūtra explicitly identifies Five Poisons: अविद्यास्मितारागद्वेषाभिनिवेशाः पञ्च क्लेशाः॥३॥ Avidyāsmitārāgadveṣābhiniveśāḥ pañca kleśāḥ Translated...