The motivation behind dharma is not just to accomplish a union of the spirit with the incomparable reality, it likewise proposes a set of accepted rules that is expected to secure both common delights and preeminent satisfaction. Rishi Kanda has characterized dharma in Vaisesika as “that presents common delights and prompts to incomparable satisfaction”.
Dharma is an Eastern expression whose Western reciprocals may incorporate profound quality, morals, ethicalness, uprightness and virtue. Unfortunately, the vast majority of those terms are unmistakably unfashionable in our current culture. However it is Dharma by which the seeker of truth can accomplish satisfaction that he is searching for.
At the point when Moses cut down the 10 rules from Mt. Sinai he educated the Israelites that Dharma was the heavenly law by which they (who adored truth) yearned could free themselves from their Egyptian slave experts (the base longings) and come to the guaranteed arrive (otherworldly freedom).
In spite of the fact that Mohammed drove his adherents into a bleeding and awful war to protect the law of Islam (Dharma) from the youngster killing and mysoginistic misguided worshipers, he depicted that physical war as the ‘lesser jihad’.The ‘more prominent Jihad’ is the interminably more troublesome war which the seekers battle inside themselves for good cleaning, passing of the sense of self and triu