Artha

Artha (अर्थ) is one of the four aims of human life in Indian philosophy. The word artha literally translates as `meaning, sense, goal, purpose or essence” depending on the context. Artha is also a broader concept in the scriptures of Hinduism. As a concept, it has multiple meanings, all of which imply `means of life”, activities an...
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artha

(Sanskrit: `wealth,` or `property`), in Hinduism, the pursuit of wealth or material advantage, one of the four traditional aims in life. The ... [1 related articles]
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artha

In Hinduism, prosperity arising from economic development according to religious principles, one of the four aims of material life prescribed in Hindu scripture. These aims are dharma (religion),...
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Artha

Worldly wealth, the pursuit of wealth and social status.
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