Asha



the cosmic principle of order, justice, righteousness, and truth.
Contemporary Examples

The Huntsmans have five other children, in addition to Gracie and Asha.
Mary Kaye Huntsman Calls Attack Ad Featuring Her Daughter ‘Disgusting’ Patricia Murphy January 6, 2012

In reading about Asha, its current location is hard to overlook—Research Triangle, North Carolina.
STI Awareness Month Is Nothing More Than a Hallmark Holiday for Condoms Kent Sepkowitz April 17, 2014

Historical Examples

The people gave thanks to Mazda, the God, and Asha proclaimed him to all the city.
The Sun King Gaston Derreaux

Asha pondered for only a moment, then turned in anger upon the woman, Too-che.
The Sun King Gaston Derreaux

O wise Asha, I will entreat that friendship may display itself through the stars.
The History of Antiquity Max Duncker

The divine one asked Asha “Hast thou appointed a guardian over this people to defend them from evil?”
The Worlds Greatest Books, Volume XIII. Various

How are we to chase away the lies, how shall I put the lies into the hand of Asha (Truthfulness)?
The History of Antiquity Max Duncker

Feeling very foolish, but unable to refuse for some mysterious reason, Asha bent and picked up the child.
The Sun King Gaston Derreaux

Asha took himself out, then, and made his way sadly along the crowded streets to his home.
The Sun King Gaston Derreaux

Now Asha was filled with wonder, and asked the babe of many abstruse things, receiving answers beyond his understanding.
The Sun King Gaston Derreaux

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