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moksha

(ˈmɒkʃə)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism freedom from the endless cycle of transmigration into a state of bliss
[from Sanskrit mokṣa liberation]

moksha

Release, or liberation from continuous rebirth.
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Jains celebrate Diwali to mark the anniversary of the attainment of Moksha (liberation) by Mahavir (the Jain Guru) at the end of his life in 527BC.
Jason Lewis, 38, and his pedal boat Moksha made landfall at Djibouti on the Horn of Africa after completing the voyage from Mumbai, India, in 48 days.
With him on the 11-day crossing in the wooden vessel, Moksha, was 45-year-old expedition supporter Lourdes Arango, from the USA.
Now they are getting together again to tackle the next leg in a few weeks from Darwin, from where they will voyage 600 miles in Moksha toKupang, Indonesia.
With Resist written, but not released, they put out Hide U, Catch and (Slip&Slide) Suicide on indie label Moksha.
The 4,500-mile journey, in the 26foot Moksha, took four months.
It is also one of the four legitimate ends of man, with artha, material gain; karma, physical pleasure; and moksha, spiritual release, salvation.
Daren Friesen from Moksha Yoga in Chicago will lead "Yoga You Can Do at Your Desk" and "Yoga to Reduce Stress" - the first 200 participants will receive a goody bag provided by Yoga Journal -- 2 p.
Summary: Bardoli (Gujurat) [India], July 25 (ANI): A crematorium in Gujarat's Bardoli area has been designed like an airport and named Moksha Airport.
She is working with partners like Moksha Yoga in Chicago, Lotus House of Yoga in Omaha, Plum Tree Yoga in Roswell, GA, and Lift Yoga Studio in Alpharetta, GA.