Spirituality:  Archaeologists discover tomb of ancient man in India who had achieved mukthi | Ancient Origins

A group of Indian archaeologists have discovered the ancient remains of an individual whose tomb contained a marking indicating he may have achieved the state of ‘mukthi’, a belief observed by a number of eastern religious traditions, including Hinduism and Buddhism, in which the individual achieves liberation from the body. The term derives from an ancient Sanskrit word meaning ‘liberation without the body’ and refers to ‘moksha’, a state of liberation achieved after death, according to Hindu belief.

Source: Archaeologists discover tomb of ancient man in India who had achieved mukthi | Ancient Origins

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