Translation of fakir in Spanish:


faquir, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfeɪkər//ˈfakɪə//fəˈkɪr//ˈfeɪkɪə/


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    faquir masculine
    • One story tells how Aurangzeb became rich by summoning fakirs (Muslim holy men thought to have magical powers) to his palace and forcing them to accept fine khilats.
    • The dargah was popular among travelling fakirs (religious mendicants).
    • Commonly, people pursue alternative treatments simultaneously, visiting a fakir for an amulet, an imam for blessed oil, and a physician for medicine.
    • Giving details, the Chairman has asserted that Guru Granth Sahib revered by the Sikhs as a living God, contained verses of 15 Hindu saints and Muslim fakirs.
    • The Hindu fakir would sit for days without food or water, or bury himself alive as a kind of spiritual observance, a separation of mind from body.