Karma in English
karma, idea that an individual's actions determine his fate in each successive existence (Buddhism, Hinduism)
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Karma in Persian
taken from Hindi karma "act, action" from Sanskrit karoti "performs, does, acts upon." It goes back to an ancient Proto-Indo-European root KwER-
that meant "to make, do" which turns up in Russian charodei "witch" and ocharovanie "charm, enchantment," and appeared in cruth "shape, form" in Old Irishkârmâ
The moral cause and effect system of Buddhism and Hinduism that assumes every action has a direct consequence. To simplify extremely, the consequence of good acts is happiness while the consequence of bad acts is misfortune and suffering. In fact, all acts, however minute and seemingly insignificant, have a consequence in this life and in determining the form in which you will be reincarnated in your next life.
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Karma in Bulgarian
ou karman m. (sanscr. "acte") карма, предопределеност.
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