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What is Moksha?

Do you know what is Moksha? What happens happens during Moksha? If these are the questions that come to your mind frequently. If yes, you are at the right place. In today’s article, we would discuss more about Moksha.

 

As we were talking about in our previous article about Karma and the importance of Karma in our life’s. If you have missed to read the previous article on Karma, you can read it : Laws of Karma

In today’s article, we would discuss more about Moksha. Well, Moksha is ending up life on the Earth or ending all Karma and after that the soul surrenders to the ultimate power, Lord Narayana. It is also known as Mukti. If a Soul attains Mukti or Moksha, that means that the soul has been freed from the cycle of Births and Deaths.

 

Moksha or Nirvana
Moksha or Nirvana

 

In the next few paragraphs, we would discuss the following:

  • What is the importance of Moksha in one’s life?
  • How to attain Moksha?

Moksha is a condition in which the souls are freed from all the desires.In this condition, the Soul attains eternal happiness and lives with Supreme God from there on. Every Soul on this Earth loves to go ahead and live with the Supreme Power. During this condition, the Soul does not have any body, however it lives a very happy life as per the great Vedas.

Now we would talk how a Soul can attain Moksha or Nirvana. As per Bhagwad Gita, if a soul gives up everything and surrender to the Supereme Power, he would certainly achieve Moksha. So the aim of every person is to get freed from this cycle of birth and death and achieve Mokha or Nirvana and this can only be done if we go ahead and submit ourselves in the hands of the Supreme Lord and always lead a life which is full of good deeds.

I hope that after reading this article you would have understood the real meaning of Moksha.

Thanks for reading guys and stay tuned for more stuff coming soon.

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