Nirvana (Sanskrit “non-being”), or Pali Nibbana, desirable mental ultimate goal in Buddhism, Hinduism (which, however, it is called “moksha”) and also Jainism. In Buddhism nirvana seen as complete freedom from desire, hatred and delusion. Attaining nirvana is the same as to be enlightened or awakened. It achieves nirvana by acting right, and to do right in Buddhism is to follow five simple rules of morality: not injuring or killing, not stealing, not cheating, not lying and not to use drugs. It must also follow the eightfold path.

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