Karma is a concept in Hinduism which explains causality through a system where beneficial effects are derived from past beneficial actions and harmful effects from past harmful actions, creating a system of actions and reactions throughout a person’s reincarnated lives.
Everyone who gets birth in this world has to go through whatever Karma he/she did according to the past life deed. Ancient Hindu sages has done lot of penance to find many solutions to attain salvation so as called “MUKTHI” which means no re-birth.
The results or “fruits” of actions are called karma-phala. Karma is not about retribution, vengeance, punishment or reward; karma simply deals with what is the effects of all deeds actively create past, present and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one’s own life, and the pain and joy it brings to others. Karma extends through one’s present life and all past and future lives as well.
To attain salvation there are three Margams (ways of Life to lead) according to Lord KRISHNA in Bhagavad Gita.
1 Karma Margam
2 Bhakthi Margam
3 Yoga Margam
The Karma Margam (Way of Life) is very simple and fruitful to attain salvation just following the Vedic rituals; performing them at appropriate time according to the vedas; researched and given by our holy sages like Aapasthambha, Bhodaayana, Bhaaradwaja etc., according to each and everyones’ customs and cast.
The aim of Sri Gayathri Ashram is that everyone should reach the salvation (Mukthi) following the Karma Margam which is simple and fruitful as the other two, by simplify performing the Homam/Havan or Poojas at the right time.