NISHKAMA KARMA DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
One of the interpretations of this Sanskrut word is work without result or work without expectation. My other interpretations are described in my books. The interpretation I conceived yesterday is that the “soul” or the very purpose of the work is ISHWAR (God) and the result is MAYA (subjective perceptions)!
Hence it is taught by most saints to remember God during every action or rather remembering God (NAMASMARAN) is the most important action and the other actions are secondary and tertiary! Thinking about result is forgetting God and losing the very purpose or the very core of the work! One can tally this interpretation with one’s own experience.
DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
Published on May 18, 2010
DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR NISHKAMA KARMA One of the interpretations of this Sanskrut word is work without result or work without expectation....