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It is stated that Prarabdha Karma is the one which the person has to undergo without a doubt and cannot be changed unlike other Karma-s which can be changed.
But do we have a way to cross or completely eliminate Prarabdha Karma? What does devotional path say about this? Do we have proper reference by which we can alter or eliminate this Karma?
The reason why I'm asking this question is - it were the same scriptures which said that it's difficult to remove one's Karma which is carried over many births but in "Bhagavad Gita", Krishna conveyed Isvara Gyana burns your Karmas to Ashes. So, is the Brahma Gyana the only way to overcome Prarabdha Karma?
Strongly related: Does praying to God help attain that which is not present in our destiny