Thoughts on Ancient Philosophy


This is a continuation of the previous blog about Karma as described in Bhagavad Gita. As I have said, Karma really should mean “work: that which is done for energy translation to maintain the immovable/movable in reality “. The dimension of translation of energy should be across kAla rather than across space and time. As we read the chapter 3 of Karma Yoga, we can find further evidences for this. Further, I… Read More

Karma in Sanskrit is translated as action or work and commonly associated with external action or work done by living beings more specifically humans. But, action has varied interpretations in various contexts. Very often “Karma” is referred to in a derogatory sense, for e.g., some people say: “It is their karma and hence they tolerate something”. Many other people use it in the form of “justice” and give it terms such as… Read More