Why Karma must precede Dharma

Why Karma must precede Dharma

Recently, one witnessed an interesting face-off between two diverging set of opinions on how India’s rich cultural and historical past, its epics, particularly the Mahabharata, have come to shape modern ethics and morality in India. A group of students at Wharton authored an opinion piece titled “Business vs. Ethics: The […]


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