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“Dharma” is a concept with deep roots in various Eastern religions and philosophies, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. While it can have different nuances and interpretations depending on the tradition, “dharma” generally refers to the cosmic order or law that governs the universe and the ethical duties and responsibilities prescribed for individuals within society.

In Hinduism, “dharma” encompasses various aspects of righteous living, including moral, social, and religious duties. It is often associated with the concept of “rta,” which refers to the cosmic order or truth that upholds the universe. Following one’s dharma is believed to contribute to the harmonious functioning of society and the well-being of all beings.

In Buddhism, “dharma” has a broader meaning and can refer to the teachings of the Buddha, the ultimate truth or reality, and the path to enlightenment. Practicing the dharma involves following the Noble Eightfold Path, which includes principles such as right understanding, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration.

In Jainism, “dharma” is closely related to the concept of “ahimsa,” or non-violence, and includes principles of ethical conduct, compassion, and self-discipline. Following one’s dharma in Jainism involves living a life of moral integrity and spiritual purity.

In Sikhism, “dharma” is associated with the path of righteousness and devotion to the teachings of the Guru Granth Sahib. Practicing the dharma in Sikhism involves living according to the principles of honesty, humility, selfless service, and devotion to Waheguru (God).

Overall, “dharma” is a complex and multifaceted concept that encompasses moral, ethical, and spiritual dimensions. It serves as a guiding principle for individuals seeking to live a life of virtue, integrity, and harmony with the universe.

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"Dharma" is a concept with deep roots in various Eastern religions and philosophies, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. While it can have different nuances and interpretations depending on the tradition, "dharma" generally refers to the cosmic order or law that governs the universe and the ethical duties and responsibilities prescribed for individuals within society. In Hinduism, "dharma" encompasses various aspects of righteous living, including moral, social, and religious duties. It is often associated with the concept of "rta," which refers to the cosmic order or truth that upholds the universe. Following one's dharma is believed to contribute to the harmonious functioning of society and the well-being of all beings. In Buddhism, "dharma" has a broader meaning and can refer to the teachings of the Buddha, the ultimate truth or reality, and the path to enlightenment. Practicing the dharma involves following the Noble Eightfold Path, which includes principles such as right understanding, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration. In Jainism, "dharma" is closely related to the concept of "ahimsa," or non-violence, and includes principles of ethical conduct, compassion, and self-discipline. Following one's dharma in Jainism involves living a life of moral integrity and spiritual purity. In Sikhism, "dharma" is associated with the path of righteousness and devotion to the teachings of the Guru Granth Sahib. Practicing the dharma in Sikhism involves living according to the principles of honesty, humility, selfless service, and devotion to Waheguru (God). Overall, "dharma" is a complex and multifaceted concept that encompasses moral, ethical, and spiritual dimensions. It serves as a guiding principle for individuals seeking to live a life of virtue, integrity, and harmony with the universe.

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"Dharma" is a concept with deep roots in various Eastern religions and philosophies, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. While it can have different nuances and interpretations depending on the tradition, "dharma" generally refers to the cosmic order or law that governs the universe and the ethical duties and responsibilities prescribed for individuals within society. In Hinduism, "dharma" encompasses various aspects of righteous living, including moral, social, and religious duties. It is often associated with the concept of "rta," which refers to the cosmic order or truth that upholds the universe. Following one's dharma is believed to contribute to the harmonious functioning of society and the well-being of all beings. In Buddhism, "dharma" has a broader meaning and can refer to the teachings of the Buddha, the ultimate truth or reality, and the path to enlightenment. Practicing the dharma involves following the Noble Eightfold Path, which includes principles such as right understanding, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration. In Jainism, "dharma" is closely related to the concept of "ahimsa," or non-violence, and includes principles of ethical conduct, compassion, and self-discipline. Following one's dharma in Jainism involves living a life of moral integrity and spiritual purity. In Sikhism, "dharma" is associated with the path of righteousness and devotion to the teachings of the Guru Granth Sahib. Practicing the dharma in Sikhism involves living according to the principles of honesty, humility, selfless service, and devotion to Waheguru (God). Overall, "dharma" is a complex and multifaceted concept that encompasses moral, ethical, and spiritual dimensions. It serves as a guiding principle for individuals seeking to live a life of virtue, integrity, and harmony with the universe.

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