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The Purpose of Life

The Indian philosophy outlines four life goals—Dharma (duty), Artha (prosperity), Kama (pleasure), and Moksha (liberation)—collectively called the “Purusharthas”. These principles advocate a balanced approach to ethical living, financial security, enjoyment, and spiritual enlightenment. Embracing these pursuits fosters a fulfilling, meaningful existence, transcending cultural bounds.

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Ancient and very simple, 10 guidelines for life

Embrace ancient Indian philosophical principles for a peaceful life: perform your duty (Dharma) with integrity, engage in positive deeds, detach from the outcomes, recognize life’s illusions (Maya), and seek ultimate liberation (Moksha). Cultivate present-moment awareness, inner growth, and balance, guided by compassion, love, and contentment. Integrating these tenets nurtures self-discovery and harmony.