Ultimate aim of Hindu dharma

via Courtesy: M Nandakumar published on June 10, 2010

Ultimate aim of Hindu dharma is to experience the bad and good of life  through four purushaarthas known as

1. dharma ( living a dharmic life)
2. Artha ( prospering through dharmic pathway)
3. Kaama ( enjoying the life in a dharmic pathway) 
4. Moksha (relinquishing   from the  desires / attractions / cravings,  etc of the normal life.)

So the ultimate  aim of life is to experience the life, doing good and elevating  the body through saathwic food,  elevating the mind through saatwic thoughts and elevating the soul through saatwic karma / actions.

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