Kaamya karma

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Kaamya karmas refer to those karmas (or rituals) in Hinduism which are performed with a specific objective. Unlike nitya karmas, the shastras do not require daily or regular observance of these rituals. They are generally performed for the sake of their intended results. A few kaamya-karmas are listed below:

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