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AUM or OM Dharma
The most sacred symbol in Hindu dharma. Aum (OM) is the sound of the infinite.  Aum is said to be the essence of all mantras.

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 Dharma means righteousness and good moral and ethical practices in accordance with the scriptures.

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Brahman Soul or Atman
Brahman represents the Supreme Reality for Hindus.

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Each human being, regardless of religion, geographic region, color, or creed is in reality Ătman clothed in a physical body.
Karma Liberation
Word Karma denotes an action that brings back results in this life or in the future life. The doctrine of karma  is based upon the theory of cause and effect. Liberation is the highest goal of human life through which everything is accomplished. This liberation can be brought about only through Self knowledge.
Predestination Reincarnation
According to the doctrine of predestination, every event in the life of an individual has already been determined by God -everything happens only according to God's will. The true reincarnating entity is the causal body, wherein our karmic impressions are stored.
Death Moksha
According to Hindu dharma, when a person dies, his gross physical body (physical body) is left behind and the soul with the subtle body Moksha (Freedom or Salvation) from the cycle of birth and death is the ultimate goal of Hindu religious life.
Ahimsa
Hindu dharma proclains, “Ahimsa Paramo Dharma” or, Ahimsa is the highest form of dharma (virtue).

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