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  • Vedas. In Hinduism quoted in "Explore Hinduism", p. 79 The past karma of an individual consists of two parts, prarabdha karma and [[w:Sanchita karma|sanchita
    46 KB (5,817 words) - 14:02, 17 November 2015
  • Hinduism is a religious tradition which originated in the Indian subcontinent in ancient times, often referred as Sanātana Dharma (सनातन धर्म) by many
    56 KB (8,633 words) - 17:42, 22 December 2015
  • Bhagavad Gita (category Hinduism)
    Mahabharata, located in the Bhisma Parva chapters 25–42. A core text of Hinduism and Indian philosophy, often referred to simply as "the Gita", it is a
    61 KB (6,809 words) - 10:10, 10 December 2015
  • as quoted in All about Hinduism (1977) by the Divine Life Society, p. 51 Wikipedia has an article about: Dharma Look up dharma in Wiktionary
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  • Ramanuja (category Hinduism)
    which has brought about an accumulation of karma, of the nature of both merit and demerit. The flood of such karma causes his entry into four kinds of bodies
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  • forgiveness is very much a part of the practice of Hinduism. Prayaschittha is related to the law of Karma. Karma is a sum of all that an individual has done
    29 KB (4,716 words) - 21:40, 23 January 2016
  • and matter which is not (ajiva). Jivas (souls) are either caught by karma (action) in the world of reincarnation (samsara) or liberated (mukta) and perfected
    28 KB (3,569 words) - 10:05, 28 January 2016
  • school and philosophy of Hinduism and of Buddhism. Mantras serve a central role in the tantric school of Hinduism. Mantras come in many forms, including
    31 KB (3,493 words) - 11:09, 24 January 2016
  • Third eye (category Hinduism)
    beyond ordinary sight.  In certain dharmic spiritual traditions such as Hinduism, the third eye refers to the ajna, or brow, chakra.  In Theosophy, it is related
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  • "sacrificial formula" and veda "knowledge") is one of the four canonical texts of Hinduism, the Vedas. By some, it is estimated to have been composed between c. 1400–1000BCE
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  • Prakriti (category Hinduism)
    It is, according to Hinduism, the basic nature of intelligence by which the Universe exists and functions. It is described in Bhagavad Gita as the "primal
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  • Hell (category Hinduism)
    realms as a result of bad karma, this is not a permanent punishment - he or she may well be reborn into one of the higher worlds in the next life. Watched
    33 KB (5,188 words) - 20:59, 16 January 2016
  • energy (prana), and relationships of Karma, and that to needlessly oppress any being is to hurt oneself, and all beings, in ways that can be obvious or mysterious
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  • Bhakti (category Hinduism)
    भक्ति) refers to religious devotion in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is in the form of active involvement of a devotee in worship of the divine. While bhakti
    31 KB (3,395 words) - 18:01, 23 May 2015
  • Reincarnation (category Hinduism)
    traditions in the tribal religions of the Ganges valley, or even in Dravidian traditions of South India. Gavin Flood, in An Introduction to Hinduism, p. 86
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  • religions, especially Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism, all of which arose in India. They all hold in common a doctrine of karma (karman; “act”), the
    41 KB (4,788 words) - 22:23, 19 December 2014
  • to Buddha, you have to put an end to karma, nurture your awareness, and accept what life brings. Bodhidharma, in The Zen Teaching of Bodhidharma, p. 35
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  • earthly passions. Helmuth von Glasenapp, in "Jainism: An Indian Religion of Salvation (1 January 1999)", p. 240. Karma for Hindus is adrisya, an invisible
    42 KB (5,133 words) - 17:42, 20 December 2015
  • Moksha (category Hinduism)
    of human life. The concept of Moksha is found In Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism. To acknowledge a polar relation between self-effort and grace as a feature
    20 KB (2,637 words) - 15:33, 2 November 2014
  • Yajna (category Hinduism)
    in modern-day Hinduism are a combination of both Vedic and agamic rituals. The ritualistic portion of the Hindu scriptures is called Karma-Kanda. Parts
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