Definition of mukti in English:

mukti

Pronunciation /ˈmʌkti//ˈmʊkti/

noun

  • another term for moksha
    • ‘She was an ascetic, and she believed in worship of impersonal Brahman, and mukti.’
    • ‘This is technically known as mukti or liberation.’
    • ‘He cast aside all clothes and subjected his body to severe hardships for thirteen years when finally he found full enlightenment and mukti.’
    • ‘The Goddess, Devi, gives both mukti and bhukti - liberation and worldly enjoyment.’
    • ‘Guru Gobind Singh personally blessed them as having achieved mukti and cremated them at Muktsar.’
    • ‘In India, for example, missionary translators discovered that the Hindi word for salvation - mukti - was tinged with the Hindu notion of release from the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.’
    • ‘They get this state, which is called mukti, through the grace of God.’
    • ‘Its devotee does not lose his individuality by merging with God, and, even on attaining mukti, continues to serve Krishna with unalloyed selfless love.’

Origin

From Hindi, Sanskrit, literally ‘release, deliverance’.

Pronunciation

mukti

/ˈmʌkti//ˈmʊkti/