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Does our Kuṇḍalī reflect our past lives and the karmas?

"Whatever has been acquired by a person through his karma — whether good or bad — done in previous births, the hora now reveals its fruition or effects." - Brihat Jataka of Varahamihira I.3
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According to Ramana Maharshi, everything is predetermined. Then how does one create āgāmi karma or new karma?

From The Mountain Path 1982, p. 23:, Ramana Maharshi says A man might have performed many karmas in his previous births. A few of them alone will be chosen for this birth and he will have to enjoy ...
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Do inevitable prarabdhas exist?

Yes. For normal/average human beings, barring some 'exceptional exceptions' there exists some "inevitable prarabdha". For instance, consider the following excerpt from the Garuda Purana. ...
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Where is this statement "Destiny determines the consequences...." found?

There is a popular conversation between Vidura and Dhritarashtra. It is called Vidura Neeti or Vidura Geeta which extends for nine chapters i.e., chapter 33 to 41 of the Udyoga Parva of the ...
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Is there a way in Hinduism to get blessed with something that is not in one's destiny?

It is possible. For example, the atmadeva incident in Srimad Bhagavatha illustrates this. On the banks of river Tungabhadra, lived a well learned person by name Atmadeva. He was good natured person, ...
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Is Enlightment the destiny of every soul?

For evil persons Their destination is andhamas that is their true aspect or attribute. The whole creation is meant to realize once true state. From BG. 16.19-20 Its clear that moksha is not for evil ...
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