How to Cancel Your Karma in Hinduism:
A Basic Glossary of Remedial Hinduism


Just a few very basic terms from Remedial Hinduism you might want to acquaint yourself with if you don't already know them.

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Sanskrit
One of the classical languages of India, used in ceremonial or ritual Hinduism and other institutions, belongs to the earliest branches of the Indo-European language family.

Guru
In Sanskrit, “gu” means shadows or darkness and “ru” means he who disperses or dispells. Hence a “guru” is a teacher who dispells spiritual darkness (ignorance).

Pandit
A scholar, teacher or priest skilled in Sanskrit and Hindu law, religion, music or philosophy, who has memorised substantial parts of the Vedas, is almost always of the Brahmin caste and strict lacto-vegetarian or "pure vegetarian" for spiritual purity, both of mind and body.

Brahmin
A class of priests, spiritual leaders, educators, law makers or teachers of Dharma or the virtuous/righteous path in Hindu religion.

Mantra
A sound, syllable, word, or group of words that contain sacred sound vibrations which lead to spiritual transformation.

Yantra
Sanskrit word for "instrument" or "machine". One popular use is as symbols or geometric figures. Used to balance the mind or focus it on spiritual concepts. The act of wearing, depicting, enacting and/or concentrating on a yantra has spiritual, astrological or magical benefits

Puja or Pooja
A ceremony of gratitude or a ritual performed as an offering to various Hindu deities.

Homa / Homan / Havan / Yagna / Yajna
A ritual in which offerings are made into a consecrated fire.

Jyotish or Jyotisa
Indian Vedic astrology and numerology, including but not limited to prediction – and recommendations in the form of remedies to counter ill effects of the planets and karma on one's life.

Manglik
A person born in the an astrological combination that occurs if Mars is in the 2nd, 4th, 7th, 8th, or 12th house of the Vedic astrology Ascendant chart – a condition believed to be devastating for marriage, and in some cases, to cause the untimely death of one spouse.

Karma in Hinduism
Karma in Hinduism (as well as in other religions that originated in India like Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism) is a belief in the "cause and effect" results of one's past actions, running as a single related thread through a soul's existence in all its reincarnated lives.

Vastu Shastra / Vastu Veda
Traditional Hindu system of design based on directional alignments, primarily applied in Hindu architecture, especially temples, although it may be applied in poetry, dance, sculpture, etc. There has been a revival in India since the 1960s. Vastu Shastra is the Indian equivalent to Chinese Fengshui but a completely different system. They are NOT interchangeable.







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