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kar‧ma Wikipedia has an article on: karma Wikipedia karma (countable and uncountable, plural karmas) (Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism) The sum
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dharmas) (Hinduism, Buddhism) the principle that orders the universe; one's conduct in conformity with such a principle (Hinduism) one's obligation in respect
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The kshatriya could only hope to become a monk in his next life, but given the nature of his daily karma, it seemed unlikely that he could achieve even
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परमुक्त (para-mukti, “supremely free”) paramukta (plural paramuktas) (Hinduism) jivanmukta supremely liberated being; being liberated beyond the state
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kamma (category pi:Hinduism)
employed (Buddhism, Hinduism) karma ceremony (archaic) building; weaving (action of) Declension table of "kamma" (neuter) kamma in Pali Text Society
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(countable and uncountable, plural samsaras) (philosophy, religion) In Hinduism, Buddhism, and some other eastern religions, the ongoing cycle of birth
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