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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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A purported letter attributed to Jharkhand Sangharsh Jann Mukti Morcha (JSJMM) party member, Rakesh Singh was recovered from the spot claiming responsibility of the murder.
They arrive in battered cars, on crutches and sometimes on a stretcher barely able to breathe and but salvation is close for thousands of Hindus who go to the holy city of Varanasi each year to die.Some end up in homes for the elderly overlooking the revered Ganges river where they eventually hope to be cremated but a few struggle to the Kashi Labh Mukti Bhawan, or Salvation House, which is reserved for those with only a few days to live.
The All Assam Students' Union (AASU), Citizens' Forum, Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP), Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) and parties such as the Congress and Asom Gana Prishad (AGP) celebrated the development.
Tenders are invited for Supply of hearse van (mukti vahana)
KARACHI -- Santahar was one of the many cities of the former East Pakistan whose almost entire non-Bangali population was systematically annihilated by the so-called Bengali freedom fighters - the Mukti Bahini - many months before the Fall of Dhaka in December 1971.
Mukti, who owns her own organic skin care company, toldMy Body and Soul: "There are points on your face and where there are small indentations.
Palembang, Jakarta, Dhu-AlHijjah 06, 1439, August 17, 2018, SPA -- The Saudi Olympic soccer team today beat Myanmar three love in a match at Wibawa Mukti stadium in Palembang, Jakarta, as part of the second round for group 6 of Asia 18th Olympic games currently held in Indonesia.
The Liberation War of Bangladesh was a tough and difficult time," Hamid told journalists recalling how the Bangladesh Liberation Force (Mukti Bahini) camped in Meghalaya in places near the Indo-Bangla border, around Shillong and Tura.
Didn't India attack East Pakistan in 1971 in collaboration with a terrorist group, Mukti Bahini?
Professor Ali Ghufron Mukti was born into a humble family in Blitar.
He displayed his hate for Pakistan when he decided to assist Mukti Bani in East Pakistan as he himself claims that he fought against Pakistani Patriots and fought till the end until he witnessed the fall of Dhaka.
Distance between the two wings of Pakistan separated by over 1200 kilometers, and training of Mukti Bahini guerillas in Indian army camps that later moved along with Indian army units in the then East Pakistan were factors responsible for the breakup of our motherland.