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The Difference Between Purushartha and Prarabdha

The Difference Between Purushartha and Prarabdha

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Published by Krishna Kumar Bagri
The difference between Free Will and Predestined Destiny , explained in simple understandable language.
The difference between Free Will and Predestined Destiny , explained in simple understandable language.

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Published by: Krishna Kumar Bagri on Mar 03, 2013
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The Difference between Purushartha and Prarabdha 
 1) To get a Job or enter a Business is Prarabdha.But to carry on that job or business, honestly, ethically and with sincerity isPurushartha. 2) To get a particular amount of Wealth in Your Life, is Prarabdh.But to spend that wealth on Wine and Women is Purushartha. 3) To get a good longevity is Prarabdha.But to spend your Life in unnecessary chatting, wasting time and lesiure isPurushartha.Dharma, Artha, Kama Moksha. The Human Body is meant to excel in above areas but in the below Order.1) Artha Artha means wealth. One must do hard work to acquire enough wealth asper what is destined for one. No one knows the exact amount what we aredestined for. So its better to work in full potentials and acquire goodwealth. 2) KamaKama means Enjoyment. The Artha which one derives in his Life is notmeant to be buried under the floor for the terrmites to feast. One naturallyspends on sense enjoyments, and for his family members for theircomforts.3) DharmaEven after acquiring Artha and Kama, still one feels a vacuum in his Life.So one desires to to fil this vacuum by entering into spiritual activities like Yagna (Sacrifice), Daan (Charity), Tapa (Penance) and Teertha(Pilgrimages) etc. This is what is known as Dharma. 4) Moksha.But after doing above also something remains missing. One still feelsunsatisfied. Some lacking in the heart and soul remains. Some cravingremains. That is the craving of Moksha. Our soul is already married to the

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