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Expiation versus the Divine Name

The crux of the Bhāratīya tradition is the theory of karmā. Simply put, the theory may be explained as the inevitable consequences of deeds, both good and bad. Noble deeds result in pleasurable consequences while wicked deeds result in painful consequences, and these consequences are believed to dictate . . .

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  1. I think the third quote should be – “The utterance of the Divine Name ‘by’ the redeemer …”

    1. Thank you for the comment. Here the redeemer is the Supreme Lord, He who redeems his devotees. Hence, ‘of’ is the correct usage.

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