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People who can attain Moksha

People who can attain Moksha

Spirituality is part of human life. Since ages, it has been an elusive question: what happens to the soul after death.

Though, several epics narrate different versions, it remains an unanswered question.

Many philosophers grew curious about this. Hinduism believes in rebirths.

Hindu epics emphasize that each and every living being would have to born again in one or another form on this earth.


They say that life and death is a circle and a soul must be born many times before it attains liberation. Majority of Hindus believe in the rebirths.

However, these epics also reveal that certain actions or deeds can help avoid rebirths and attain Moksha; complete liberation.

Narada Purana is one such epic in which the conversation between Lord Yama and King Bhaghirath is described for a soul to get eternal salvation.

People who can attain Moksha

People who can attain Moksha

Certain good deeds or karma should be done by human beings to attain Moksha according to Narada Purana.

It is believed that worshipping Lord Vishnu on Ekadashi with fragrant flowers will help in redeeming people from sins and avoid a minimum of 10,000 rebirths.

Lighting an earthen lamp with ghee and worshipping Lord Vishnu or Lord Shiva, will give good karma to get liberation from rebirth.

It is equivalent to bathing in the holy Ganges.

Helping the poor and needy will also help in attaining liberation easily.

It is believed that worshipping Lord Vishnu with Holy Basil leaves helps in attaining Moksha.

People who can attain Moksha

People who can attain Moksha

In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna preached Arjuna that one who surrendered completely to him would attain Moksha.

Whatever is true, many people agree that bad karma should be rid of to get liberation.

Holy Scriptures prescribed several holy rituals to get rid of bad karma.

Some believe that sufferings on this earth will help them redeem from their sins and lead them to God.

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