What is Moksha in Hinduism?

What is Moksha in Hinduism?

mOksha in hinduism is the word used to indicate the state of a soul (jIva) when he finally escapes the Cycle of births and deaths. Yes, hindus trust in multiple births and deaths, and many lives before mOksha can be finally achieved. So far – the hindu schools converge (agree) on what mOksha is.

Beyond this level: advaita, dvaita and visishTaadvaita – and other schools ==> they all have very different definitions of what moksha is. It is NOT the same. Very interesting approaches.

You can read the differences at: Vedic Philosophies: How They Differ From Each Other

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