EMERSON’S INTERPRETATION OF THE HINDU LAWS OF KARMA

EMERSON’S INTERPRETATION OF THE HINDU LAWS OF KARMA

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VEDA’S JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (JOELL)

An International Peer Reviewed (Refereed) Journal

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Vol.6,Issue 2,2019

EMERSON’S INTERPRETATION OF THE HINDU LAWS OF KARMA

Dr. Madhvi Rathore, Shivani Tiwari

(Associate Professor, Department of English, Bhupal Nobles’ University, Udaipur, Rajasthan.)

(Research Scholar, Department of English, Bhupal Nobles University, Udaipur, Rajasthan.)

doi: https://doi.org/10.33329/joell.62.14

ABSTRACT

              The aim of this paper is to focus on ‘Emerson’s Interpretation of The Hindu Laws of Karma’. Emerson became widely recognized philosopher, Essayists, Poet and distinguished preacher of America. He represented America in a conflicting reign of mid-18th century. For this purpose he attempted to understand the importance of everlasting strength and materialistic earth. For this, he studied Hindu texts like Vedas, The Upanishad, and Bhagavad Gita.

 Emerson’s works reveal his primary philosophical and mystic thoughts. This is moral Idealism that God has ethical laws, that the sector is a discharge from God, that pupil has mysticism inside him and self-reliance is an ultimate detriment and the confidence of tendency is true.

Emerson’s writings such as: ‘Nature’, ‘American Scholar’, ‘The Divinity School Address’, ‘Self – Reliance’, ‘The Over- Soul’ etc. exhibit the thought of transcendentalism.  

 

Keywords:  Moral idealism, Transcendentalism, Bhagavad-Gita, Laws of Karma.

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