Spirituality in Palliative Care—A Hindu Perspective
This chapter examines the spirituality in end-of-life and palliative care from the perspective of Hinduism, describing some of the principles and practices of the Hindu religion that are important, especially in the care of Hindu patients who are seriously ill and dying. It discusses the relevant principles of the theory of karma, yoga and fear, and also presents sample Hindu prayers for the dying and the dead.
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