The Sanchita karma

Originally posted on Journal Edge:
It is karma operating through the law of cause and effect, action and reaction, that governs all life and binds the atman (the Self) to the wheel of saṃsara (birth and death). The process of action and reaction on all levels — physical, mental and spiritual – is karma. God…

Pitru Dosh

Pitru Dosh is affliction arises due to not getting Nirvana to soul of departed forefathers. It mainly occurs when dead forefathers and ancestors did not get peace or salvation (Moksha) at the time of departing their souls. In Hindu mythology, it is believed that if anyone in the family do not offer water and food…

The pursuit of moksha

In the classical, Sanskrit literature of the Hindu tradition, becoming a sadhu is described as the fourth stage of life after having lived as a student, householder (where one is married and raises a family), and experimenting with social withdrawal. The rituals of becoming a sadhu vary with sect but in almost all sects, a…

MOKSHA – A Way of Life

. The whole basis of Hinduism, with respect to living forms, is based on the concept of Immortality of the soul. It is claimed that the soul is in the process of continuous evolution and it evolves from lower forms of life to higher forms. This obviously is also based on the basis of life-death…

In the search of Moksha

In Indian religions and Indian philosophy, moksha , also called vimoksha, vimukti and mukti, means emancipation, liberation or release. In soteriological and eschatological sense, it connotes freedom from saṃsāra, the cycle of death and rebirth.

The Moksha

Moksha is a term that is used in Indian religions to express the freeing from the cycle of death and reincarnation to attain unity with Brahman. Its concept is similar to that of Nirvana in Buddhism.