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# How can we know/identify the "Athma" that an Aatma got Moksha?

As per Adwaitha-siddhanthaAdwaitha - Siddhantha, after a person's death, "AthmaAatma" will merge with supreme one, called "paramathmaParamathma".

My question is, how can we identify/know that particular athmaknow that an Aatma got mokshaMoksha? Is there any wayway to identify it?

# How can we know/identify the "Athma" got Moksha?

As per Adwaitha-siddhantha, after a person's death, "Athma" will merge with supreme one, called "paramathma". My question is, how can we identify/know that particular athma got moksha? Is there any way to identify it?

# How can we know that an Aatma got Moksha?

As per Adwaitha - Siddhantha, after a person's death, Aatma will merge with supreme one, called Paramathma.

My question is, how can we know that an Aatma got Moksha? Is there any way to identify it?

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As per Adwaitha-siddhantha ,, after a person's death, "Athma" will merge with supreme one, called "paramathma"  . My question is, how can we identify/know that particular athma got moksha  ? Is there any way to identify it  ?

As per Adwaitha-siddhantha , after a person's death, "Athma" will merge with supreme one, called "paramathma"  . My question is, how can we identify/know that particular athma got moksha  ? Is there any way to identify it  ?

As per Adwaitha-siddhantha, after a person's death, "Athma" will merge with supreme one, called "paramathma". My question is, how can we identify/know that particular athma got moksha? Is there any way to identify it?

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# How can we know/identify the "Athma" got Moksha?

As per Adwaitha-siddhantha , after a person's death, "Athma" will merge with supreme one, called "paramathma" . My question is, how can we identify/know that particular athma got moksha ? Is there any way to identify it ?