Trimārga (Skt., ‘three ways’). The three major ways through which Hindus can approach mokṣa (release). They are karma-mārga (the way of action, especially of sacrificial ritual), jñāna-mārga (the way of knowledge, especially associated with Upaniṣads and Vedānta), and bhakti-mārga (the way of devotion to God).
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