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First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).
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-- This, too, cannot be, we rejoin; that dissolution is the result (phala) and cannot therefore be the object of the injunction.
-- But, we rejoin, even if this be accepted as a thing to be realised, it is not the object (vishaya) of the injunction -- that it cannot be for the second reason just stated -- but its final result (phala).
'Visesha phala panchamruta abhishekam' was performed to the idol of Madhvacharya.
(but existing previously to the injunction), and is of the nature either of cause (nimitta) or a result aimed at (phala).