The terminology varies from east to west and north to south, but the basic message of all major religions is:
It is neither the act nor the result, but the natural laws that guide the act and create the result to prevent chaos in the world. It is innate characteristic, that makes the being what it is.
In Hinduism, it is the dharma of the bee to make honey, of cow to give milk, of sun to radiate sunshine, of river to flow. In Vedas and Upanishads[ edit ] The history section of this article discusses the development of dharma concept in Vedas.
This development continued in the Upanishads and later ancient scripts of Hinduism. In Upanishads, the concept of dharma continues as universal principle of law, order, harmony, and truth.
It acts as the regulatory moral principle Dharma and karma the Universe. It is explained as law of righteousness and equated to satya Sanskrit: The weak overcomes the stronger by dharma, as over a king.
Truly that dharma is the Truth Satya ; Therefore, when a man speaks the Truth, they say, "He speaks the Dharma"; and if he speaks Dharma, they say, "He speaks the Truth! In the Sanskrit epics, this concern is omnipresent.
In the Second Book of Ramayanafor example, a peasant asks the King to do what dharma morally requires of him, the King agrees and does so even though his compliance with the law of dharma costs him dearly.
Similarly, dharma is at the centre of all major events in the life of Rama, Sita, and Lakshman in Ramayana, claims Daniel Ingalls. The issue is debated by the characters, finally the right prevails over wrong, the good over evil.
For this reason, in Hindu Epics, the good, morally upright, law-abiding king is referred to as "dharmaraja". Near the end of the epic, the god Yama, referred to as dharma in the text, is portrayed as taking the form of a dog to test the compassion of Yudishthira, who is told he may not enter paradise with such an animal, but refuses to abandon his companion, for which decision he is then praised by dharma.
The Epics of Hinduism are a symbolic treatise about life, virtues, customs, morals, ethics, law, and other aspects of dharma. In explaining yama, Patanjali clarifies that certain professions and situations may require qualification in conduct. For example, a fisherman must injure a fish, but he must attempt to do this with least trauma to fish and the fisherman must try to injure no other creature as he fishes.
Dharma and Adharma do not go around saying, "That is us. These, according to Paul Hackerare: Second, observing the behavior and example of good people. In this case, " atmatusti " is the source of dharma in Hinduism, that is the good person reflects and follows what satisfies his heart, his own inner feeling, what he feels driven to.
Of these, the most cited one is Manusmritiwhich describes the four Varnas, their rights and duties. Bhriguin the Epics, for example, presents the theory that dharma does not require any varnas.
Varna was not absolute in Hindu dharma; individuals had the right to renounce and leave their Varna, as well as their asramas of life, in search of moksa.
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"Karma Chameleon" is a song by English band Culture Club, featured on the group's album Colour by Numbers. The single spent three weeks at number one on the US Billboard Hot in early , becoming the group's biggest hit and only US number-one single among their many top 10 hits.
The sleeve features work from the photographer .