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Dharma in English
laws and customs (Hinduism); doctrine of the Buddha (Buddhism)

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Dharma in Chinese (s)
法则, 教规; 达摩; 法

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Dharma in Chinese (t)
法則, 教規; 達摩; 法

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Dharma in Arabic
دارما‚ النظام الكوني‚ قانون الطبيعة; قواعد الواجبات والسلوك الأخلاقي (الهندوسية); تعاليم بوذا (البوذية)

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Dharma in Spanish
Dharama (leyes de la religión India)

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Dharma in Russian
дхарма, учение, мораль

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Dharma in Dutch
dharma, godsdienstige wetten van de Hindoe

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Dharma in Portuguese
darma, leis e costumes (Hinduísmo); doutrina de Buda (Budismo)

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Dharma in Turkish
kanun ve gelenekler (Hinduizm); Buda doktrini (Budizm)

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Dharma in Italian
dharma (principi basilari dell'Hinduismo)

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Dharma in French
dharma, lois de la religieuse indouïste

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Dharma in German
Dharma (Indische Religionsgebote)

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Dharma in Japanese
法(ヒンズー教); 教義(仏教)

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Dharma in Hebrew
דהארמה, חוקי הדת ההודית

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Dharma in Swedish
darma, lagar i den indiska religionen

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Dharma in English
The teachings of the Buddha .

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Dharma (Sanskrit) [from the verbal root dhri to bear, support] Equity, justice, conduct, duty; right religion, philosophy, and science; the law per se; the rules of society, caste, and stage of life. Secondarily, an essential or characteristic quality or peculiarity, approaching closely to the meaning of svabhava.
Also a sage who married ten or thirteen daughters of Daksha, a judge of the dead; the personification of law and justice. In the Mahabharata, the father of Yudhishthira, chief of the Pandavas.


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Duty; characteristics, righteousness.

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Dharma (; ) is a key concept with multiple meanings in the Indian religions Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism. There is no single word translation for dharma in western languages.

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Dharma is a philosophical or religious concept of Indian origin.
  • Dharma (Buddhism)
  • Dharma (Jainism)
  • Sikh Dharma

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Noun
1. basic principles of the cosmos; also: an ancient sage in Hindu mythology worshipped as a god by some lower castes;
(hypernym) Hindu deity


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The Dhamma, The Doctrine, The Teaching of the Buddha, The Law, nature, the Truth, Ultimate Reality, The Supramundane esp. Nibbana, righteousness, virtue, morality

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Sanskrit; dhamma (Pali); the central notion of Buddhism; it is the cosmic law underlying all existence and therefore the teaching of the Buddha; it is considered one of the three "jewels" of Buddhism; it is often used as a general term for Buddhism.

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In Hinduism, Dharma means virtue. In particular, it refers to the duties of a person's caste (varna and jati ) and the idea that it is virtuous always to fulfill those duties willingly and expertly.

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KARMA AND DHARMA

About Karma
Before we are born we have two choices as to how we will live our lives. Karma or Dharma. Most people would be familiar with the word karma to some extent. Think of it like a bank balance. Certain things you do in your life may restrict the development of others and adds to your karmic debt. Other things you do help others and takes away from your karmic debt. So, at any moment in time, your karma is simply the balance you have when all your positive deeds and negative deeds are put together. So your karma could be positive, in which case life will be easy for you, or negative, in which case you could face difficulties from time to time in you life.

Why would anyone choose karma as a way of life? The answer is because it is an easy way to get through life. All the major events in your life are going to happen to you rather than you choose to experience them. In this way you can learn lots about yourself based on how you react to and cope with the experiences of life. Essentially by choosing karma you are forcing yourself to learn about yourself and hopefully advance in the process. Time is what makes karma work. Time does not exist in the Spirit sense and you instantly feel the effects of your own actions towards yourself and others. Karma allows there to be a time delay between your actions and the feeling of the effect. The intention is that within this period of time, due to advances you make in your own understanding, you have opportunities to subtract from your karmic debt and so incur either positive effects or less negative ones. To help further, karma can span lifetimes. Due to this karma is the most chosen path in life. From a human perspective it is not the easiest but from a spiritual perspective it is a blessing. To view karma as negative is ignorant.

About Dharma

Dharma is also known as a state of grace by the Church or Christ Consciousness in New Age literature. On this path you choose your avenues in life because you are consciously aware of what is best from your soul's perspective. The choices made are not always logical or understandable by those on the karmic path. Both paths will ultimately lead to the same place but Dharma is by far the quickest. It is not chosen as much by souls entering the planet because it requires a compassionate heart and a strong spiritual connection. Through work on balancing your male and female energies you can switch to dharma but it can still seem confusing at times. Trust in your guides and the flow of life is essential.More... 

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Dharma in Esperanto
darmo

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Dharma in Spanish
(hind-buddhism) Dharma, dharma
dharmas
dharmas (Tibetan Buddhism) reyes del Dharma hermano en el Dharma (Buddh) heredero del dharma/Dharma hermana en el Dharma sucesor en el Dharma, sucesor del Dharma (Buddhism) transmisión del Dharma rueda del Dharma
Dharma Wheel
Rueda del Dharma puerta dhármica (dhammamegha samadhi) samadhi de lluvia dhármica (Buddhism) el primer giro de la rueda del Dharma

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(n.) = dharama.

Def: En la religión hindú y budista, principios básicos que debe seguir el individuo.
Ex: Ranganathan considered librarianship as a social institution linking cosmic and personal dharma.


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Dharma in Russian
(n) дхарма; закон; мораль; учение

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Dharma in Dutch
dharma

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Dharma in Thai
n. ด๊ามะ (พบน้อย)
1. ธรรมะ ของพระพุทธเจ้า

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(ดาร์'มะ) n. ธรรมะ

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ธรรมะ

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Dharma in Vietnamese
Phật pháp, luật, chân lý

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◊ danh từ

◊ (Phật giáo) pháp



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