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Moksha is a Sanskrit term which means “to free” or “to let go.” It does not refer to freedom from political tyranny or from financial debt, but to breaking free from the prison of one’s ignorance and ego. Moksha refers to a state of being, not a place, and is central to the religions of India. Besides Hinduism, it is also used in Jainism and Buddhism, though the latter prefers the word “nirvana.” In all three religions, moksha is understood to mean “spiritual liberation,” the closest equivalent to the Christian heaven. This ebook provides an easy-to-read overview of the journey towards Liberation, through the interrelated life endeavors of dharma, artha, kama, and moksha.