Part 2 of the series on Rajadharma talks about Violence and Punishment, and finds that, for righteous reasons, between non-violence and violence, the path that leads to upholding of dharma was superior.
In This paper, Harshvardhan Bhalla focuses on the dharma as defined in Markandeye Puran with respect to the objectives of human existence – four Purusharthas.
Shaiva Agama-s are said to have originated from the five faces of Shiva to establish the four Purushartha-s, that is goals of human pursuit, namely Dharma, Artha, Kaam and Moksha
This paper seeks to investigate how Kāma as a Puruṣārtha has been conceptualized in Hindu philosophy.
Foundations of Hinduism is the second part of a series of articles on Hinduism.
In this journey called life, every person encounters these questions at some point: What is Life? Is Life merely a journey from birth to death? Does Life end with Death?…
The purusharthas are four fundamental pursuits of human life often spoken about in Hinduism -Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. Dharma is living in concordance with certain rules, with the aim…