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Hinduism is a religious philosophy and way of life that is mroe than 8,000 years old. Just as other world religions, it encompasses many different sects. Hinduism cherishes all forms of life, respects nature and the environment, and strongly believes that mankind is one family. The BAPS (Bochasan vasi shri Aksharpurshottam Swaminarayan Sanstha) shares these basic hindu beliefs. The BAPS organization is a mainstream Hidu religious faith, with a presence in India and throughout the world. It has been growing steadily since the time of Bhagvan Swaminayan, who was born in Northern India in 1781. Today, the faith’s leader is Pramukh Swami Maharaj, a well-known international religious figure. India’s sages and seers were enlightened with profound spiritual truths that formed the basis of their rituals, practices, philosophies, scientific discoveries and religious faith. Through thir intuition and ingenuity they encompasses all the domains of human discovery and faith. As a great expression of their profound spritual faith, they evolved and created dazzling, lofty mandirs. This graceful poetry in stone has its roots in the divine faith, industry and skills of generations of people. We can learn all this facts from our gurus who drives us in the souls of life and teach how to decorate our lives. Guru trasforms us and make us like him. Hiduism teaches us to live a life free of guilt and misery. That’s exactly like discover & live. Guru wash out all the sins we have been doing. Life is not like TV shows that exhibits results at the end of it. Sometimes, Life goes up and down which depends on what kind of karma(soul) you have. Karma is action, deed, derived from verb-root ‘kru’ – to do. Any action or deed – including word and even thought – that will sooner or later reap its consequences. Karma means all the circumstances. There are three types of karma. Kriyaman Karma, Sanchit Karma, and Prarabdha Karma. Kriyaman Karma is 1 of 9 other circumstances on our karma. Deals with our actions and work – we can do purush prayatna (effort) for certain things. Sanchit Karma is ‘Accumulated actions’. Incalculable stock of all actions performed, in infinite past lives and in the present. Prarabdha Karma is ‘Actions whose consequences are already set in motion’. Atma (soul) never ends, never born and it will never begin. It considered “nitya.” It is anaadi (no beginning and anant (no end), thereby making it nitya. The pure jiva. When a person dies, his or her Atma never dies. His or her physical body give up. In the other hand, our Atma (soul) never dies, it just goes on with another life that how well or bad we had done within our previous lives. That is being called Punerjanma which usually known as reincarnation, better described as transmigration. So, I think we all should pray god to be with us and attend Moksha, the ultimate libration for atma, where it will receive eternal happiness and freedom from punarjanma.

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