Karma (disambiguation)

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Karma in several Eastern religions is the concept of "action" or "deed", understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect.

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Places[edit]

  • Karma District, an administrative subdivision in Belarus
  • Al-Karmah, sometimes transliterated as Karma, a small city north-east of Fallujah, Iraq
  • Karma, Niger, a town near Niamey
  • Karma valley, a Himalayan valley in Tibet, just east of Mount Everest

People[edit]

Computing[edit]

  • Karma, a physics engine developed by MathEngine, made popular by its use in Unreal Engine 2, now the physics component of RenderWare
  • Karma, a common name given to user reputation in online moderation or rating systems
  • Karma (WISP), a pay-as-you-go, WiFi-based ISP

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