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How do Hindus achieve moksha?

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There are four different paths to achieve Moksha which a Hindu can take.
The Hindu can choose one or all four of the paths they are:
1 The path of knowledge - Jnana-Yoga
Spiritual knowledge -leading to the knowledge of the relationship between the soul (atman) and God (Brahman)
2 The path of meditation - Dhyana-yoga
The idea is to concentrate so you can reach the real self within you and become one with Brahman
3 The Path of Devotion - Bhakti-yoga
Choosing a particular god or goddess and worshipping them throughout your life in actions, words and deeds.
4 The path of good works - Karma-yoga
This involves doing all your duties correctly throughout your life.
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they try to meditate or pray to Supreme God. Also they try to do  yoga to get Moksha (liberation).

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If you land on a samsara space as its reincarnation you could go back to the beginning. For Karma you could roll again because its a counting up of all the good things and bad

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