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Paap-Punya (In Gujarati)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Reproduction Date: 01/01/1998

Title: Paap-Punya (In Gujarati)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
Language: Gujarati
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
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Publisher: Dada Bhagwan Aradhana Trust
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In the book “Paap-Punya”, the concept of paap (demerit karma) - punya (merit karma) has been discussed at length by Gnani Purush (the Enlightened One) Param Pujya Dadashri. In Param Pujya Dadashri’s simple words, he has described the concept of ‘paap-punya’ as giving happiness to others we incur punya and if we trouble anyone, if we hurt anyone by our words, deeds or behaviour, we incur paap. However, if we do pratikraman (whole hearted repentance) we can decrease the effect of the paap we will have to experience. What is the detailed meaning of paap-punya? How is it related to incarnation? What are the results of paap-punya? How does one have to face the consequences of paap-punya? What are the types of paap-punya? What role does paap-punya play in the path to Moksha? Can Punya give us liberation? All these have been discussed by Param Pujya Dadashri in this book on Paap-Punya. Reading this book will definitely help readers increase their awareness about paap-punya, which will help answer many puzzles in life and get them closer to Moksha.

Gnani Purush Dada Bhagwan has described the concept of ‘Paap (demerit karma) - Punya (merit karma)’ in simple words in this book. He says that when one gives happiness to others they bind punya and when one hurts others they bind paap. However, if one does pratikraman (whole hearted repentance) one can wash away paap karma and bind punya.


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