Karma in Indian Mythology: Short Stories Collections on Reincarnation and Past Life

| March 7, 2016

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India: Karma in Indian Mythology: Short Stories Collections on Reincarnation and Past Life

Indian mythology is filled with ancient tales and legends of karma and how it affected people’s current lives and beyond. Does karma also affect the mythological Gods, or is it only reserved for mortals?

This book contains ten stories of karma and how even the smallest of actions can result in lives being changed, including lives of the Gods. The lessons range from the effects of stealing a sacred cow to allowing an animal to keep its life and many more. In these stories, battles rage on earth and in the heavens, animals and plants can change one’s destiny, and both honor and betrayal are featured prominently. All of these themes come together as foundations for these legends passed down through generations to teach the lesson of karma.

After reading these stories, you can’t help but examine your own life and wonder what effects the decisions you have made and actions you have taken will have on your future.

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A summary of reader reviews of ‘Karma in Indian Mythology: Short Stories Collections on Reincarnation and Past Life’:

“..fascinating book on Karma which deals with Universal Law of Cause and Effect..”

“..no one is immune from Karmic Laws of Action and Reaction…”

“…good insight into karmic relationships, reincarnation and the law of karma..”

“..great glimpse into Indian mythology – particularly those on Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism philosophy…”

“..covers afterlife, karma and reincarnation, past lives, action and reaction, and cause and effect..”

“..overview of Buddhism for beginners, Hindu tales and Jainism..”

“..message of Karmic healing and as you sow, so shall you reap, and divine love and divine light are important..”

“..enjoyed reading this book on reincarnation, after-life, and Eastern mythology…”

“..10 fascinating stories from Indian mythology..”

“..glimpse into one of Earth’s most ancient civilizations..”

“..enjoyed reading all ten mythological tales..”

“..excellent collection of Indian mythology stories with solid moral undertone..”

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