The Doctrine of Karma

Author: Swami Hariharananda Aranya

That karma, whether visible actions or the thinking preceding them, of man, animal or plant and the result thereof basically follow the law of cause and effect has been explained here: Interspersed with it are relevant views of philosophy, both Eastern and Western, as also of modern science. A must-read book for those who wish to discover the apparent intricacies of karma and how free will still prevails. Doctrines of karma and reincarnation are particularly interesting to seekers who are on the quest for liberation. The rishi sages who intuited the journey of a soul to the very end concluded that one’s karma and the next birth are complementary. As this book beautifully elucidates, for karma to fructify one needs to have a suitable corporeal body which in turn is determined by accumulated latent impressions of karma from previous births. This book shows through its logical reasoning how the law of cause and effect is the foundation of the doctrine of karma. Herein, the term doctrine represents the conclusive established tenet describing the laws behind causal roots of our suffering. 

Title: The Doctrine of Karma
Publisher: Kapil Math, Madhupur, Jharkhand, India
Edition: 2008
Total Pages: 206
Language: English
Binding: Paperback with colour paper jacket
ISBN: 81879283355


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