Sama, Saman (Sanskrit) [from the verbal root sam to be quiet, calm, resigned] Tranquility, calmness, equanimity, absence of passion, emancipation from all the illusions of existence; the fifth of the eight bhava-pushpas (flowers of being) of Buddhism: self-restraint, charity, impersonal affection, veracity, meditation, patience, resignation, and selfless devotion. Through the practice of the eight flowers, sama secures the conquest and final delivery from all kinds of mental and psychological agitation. Saman [from the verbal root Sam] has an almost identical meaning; also a particular kind of sacred text or verse intended to be chanted -- one of the four kinds of Vedic composition. See also SAMA-VEDA
Sama (Harstad), a part of Harstad city in northern Norway
Sama, Asturias, a parish in the municipality of Langreo in northern Spain
Sama, Burkina Faso, a town in the Kouka Department, Banwa Province, Burkina Faso
Sama, China (Sanya), a city in Hainan, China
Sama, Chalus, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran
Sama, Nowshahr, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran
Sama, South Khorasan, a village in Iran
Sama District, one of ten districts of Tacna province, Peru
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Sama (, Persian and - sama‘un) is a Sufi ceremony performed as dhikr. Sama means "listening", while dhikr means "remembrance". These rituals often includes singing, playing instruments, dancing, recitation of poetry and prayers, wearing symbolic attire, and other rituals. It is a particularly popular form of worship in the Chishti order of the Indian subcontinent.
Sama is a Bantu language spoken in Angola. The language is: Sama Central Sama is a language spoken in the Philippines and Malaysia. The language is: Central Sama Pangutaran Sama (Siyama) is a language spoken in the Philippines. The language is: Pangutaran Sama