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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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Ashtapad Mountain, located close to Mt Kailash, is regarded as the place where Lord Rishabhdevji with his disciples attained Nirvana or Moksha.
Tenders are invited for construction of rcc drain chakki to moksha dham in ward no fourteen chicholi
The troupe consists of five dancers and six musicians and the performance consists of six items: an invocation called 'Mangalacharana', primarily expressing gratitude; 'Dashavatar', a celebration of the triumph of good over evil; 'Basanta Pallavi' welcomes spring, a pleasing season with its blossoms, fragrance-filled breeze and colourfulness dear to all; 'Abhinaya I & II' encompasses expressional dance to communicate a story or enacting a song that speaks about love; and 'Moksha', the concluding item, wherein the performers depict its importance, which literally means salvation or emancipation.
Sponsors of the event included the following: Patanjali Ayurveda products Taiwan, Amma's Indian Kitchen, The Thali Indian restaurant, Flavour of India restaurant, The Spice Shop restaurant, Moksha Indian restaurant, Sherwood Hotel Taipei, Indian Museum Taiwan, and Priya Lee Translator and Interpreter.
Hindus believe bathing at the rivers will cleanse them of their sins and help them attain "moksha", setting them free from the cycle of birth and death.
In all her unpreparedness, she had obviously forgotten to take the Bhagavad Gita - the 700-verse amalgamation of Hindu principles of faith, the right way of living and ways to attain moksha. All she had in the emptiness of her hospital ward to turn to was the Islamic call to worship by the muezzin, five times a day.
Henceforth the Sadhu sets out to achieve the goal of Moksha or liberation.
Explaining the title of his exhibition, he said 'Moksh' is derived from the Sanskrit word Moksha (Mukti/Nibbana) which means liberation, freedom from ignorance and emancipation.
Amol Bhongale (Dhara's friend), Moksha Gupta (Heer's mother), Lalit Pandey (Heer's father, Choudhari), Dinesh Gowda (Ranjha's friend) stood to match even the most talented performers on stage.
One of the interviewees, Moishe, who performs as Moksha, doesn't mince words when it comes to the specific issues that comes with his life as a queen that performs in Jerusalem.
This motif of 'Gajendra Moksha' (liberation of Gajendra) became a popular theme in all major Hindu temples and Sikh shrines in Sindh.
El objetivo del hinduista es Moksha (liberar su alma de la transmigracion), pero no excluye Artha ni Kama como etapas propias de la juventud.