The Doctrine of Karma: Its Origin and Development in Brāhmaṇical, Buddhist, and Jaina Traditions

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Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jan 1, 1997 - Karma - 650 pages
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The work deals with the Doctrine of Karma and covers all its facets in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. It traces the genesis of the doctrine in the early vedic literature and explains how from a doctrine of sacrificial Karma it becomes an ethical doctrine in the upanisads.
  

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Karma in Samhitds and Brahmanas
13
The Vedic Origins of the Doctrine of Karma
29
Karma in Jainism
39
The Unique Jaina Doctrine of Karma and
53
Karma in Buddhism
59
Karma and the Caste System in Buddhism
83
Karma in the Epicsthe Ramayana
91
Karma in the Bhagavadgita
109
Karma in the Puranas 125
127
Karma in Sdmkhya Yoga
141
Karma in the Nydya Vaisesika
149
Nitya and Naimittika Karmas Ritualistic Karmas
159
How Aarmas Operate?
171
Prdrabdha Karma Ripening of Accumulated
183
Karma and the Law of Causation
195
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