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What is the Difference between dharma and moksha as stands in Hindu tradition?

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Dharma is the moral obligation a person has in their life, like a man has certain obligations as a man to fufill like providing for his family. Moksha is liberation. Once moksha is acheived, you can therefore break the chain of karmic consequences and your soul can move on.
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