Mukti (Skt., from muc, ‘release’, ‘liberation’). In Vedic Skt., mukti meant release from the limitations of the body and mind, effected by ritual action. Later the term became identified with mokṣa. This is the term used by Sikhs for liberation from successive rebirths.
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