karma–marga

noun \-ˈmärgə\

Definition of karma–marga

plural

-s

  1. :  the strict observation of caste regulations and ritual duties regarded in Hinduism as one path to a happier life in an individual's next incarnation :  salvation by works — compare bhakti-marga jnanamarga

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Origin and Etymology of karma–marga

Sanskrit, from karma- (from karman) + mārga path, from ṃrga deer, gazelle


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