What is Dharma

In my opinion Dharma means code of ethical conduct, moral rights and duties, each individual follow in practical life.

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Karma and Dharma. Karma is often used interchangeably with Dharma, but there is a difference between the two. Karma results from our past and present actions and those we will perform, while Dharma is righteousness, a moral code of living. Dharma can also mean religion or belief system.

On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dharma, such as: conduct, enlightenment, and teachings.

The four puruṣārthas are Dharma (righteousness, moral values), Artha (prosperity, economic values), Kama (pleasure, love, psychological values) and Moksha (liberation, spiritual values, self-actualization).

The idea of one “living one's dharma” has historically meant that a person lives in a way that is in accordance with the laws of nature and destiny. In India in years past, this was sometimes interpreted to mean living according to your caste or gender or some other constricting or arbitrary factor

While we can, according to the author, be divided into five Dharma types: educators, warriors, merchants, laborers, and outsiders, we are all constrained to live in an age most congenial to merchants.

 the word dharma means the “path of righteousness.”  “right way of living” leading to Universal harmony

Dharma protects those who protect dharma. The true place of dharma is the heart and what emanates from the heart as a pure idea when translated into action is dharma. Each one has to do the duty that has come upon him, with responsibility, to the best of his ability.