Please Explain Me In Hindi About Kalma Of Muslim Cultural?


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Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to answer this question in Hindi as requested. Nevertheless, it is still possible to answer your question. The concept of karma is popular within Indian culture. It is based on the idea that a good deeds and actions will reap good and positive rewards and bad deeds and actions will reap negative rewards.

  • A number of religions share the concept

The concept exists within several Indian religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism

It can be linked to another concept in Indian religion known as samsara. Samsara is the idea that people are continuously reborn after they die into an entirely new form. The link between the two concepts of karma and samsara is suggested to dictate what physical form a person would take once they have been reborn.

If a person were to live an honest and good life, then they would be reborn into another human to continue doing good deeds on Earth. However, if this person was to live a life of dishonesty and wrongdoing then they would be reborn as a lesser form or creature, for example an animal.

  • Karma and what it means for religious people

Karma as a concept on its own is the way for religious people to try and act in a way that is good. This is because they believe that the good things they do will be rewarded in some way and they fear the consequences of behaving in such a way that would see them punished by karma.

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