Work or activity or deed is known as karma. The process of meeting and separation depends on the factor, karma. It falls under resident dravya; however, it is different from guna.
The activities that a person has done in the past, doing in the present and would do in the future would be known as deed. Each of us is responsible for our own karma.
Based on our own experiences and creations, karma would be either good or bad. Karma governs ones life. The cause and effect, action and reaction processes are dependent on this karma.
Karma can be classified into two. They are Adhyatmik and Laukika.
Adhyatmika: It refers to spirituality. Good social conduct or sadvritta is related to the spiritual life, and vice-versa.
Laukika: This is a reference to the daily activities, which is otherwise our routine work. There are different types of routine work or karma:
Utkshepan: Moving in the upper direction or moving away from the lower direction to its opposite direction is the exact meaning of Utkshepan. When two things are combined that process is also known as Utkshepan.
Apakshepan: It is also known as Avkshepan. With the combination in the lower side or direction, splitting happens in the upward direction. Avkshepan is known as the downward movement.
Sankhya: The process of counting something is known as sankhya. It can even be known as numbering.
Yukti: If someone has any aim to prosper and plans towards it to achieve success in his/her efforts, it is known as Yukti.
Sanyoga: It is known as combination. It is a process in which two things come in contact with each other.
The general belief is that if something like coming together of two things is destined to happen, it would surely happen whether we like or not. There are two types in Sanyog: intentional and non-intential.
Intentional is when you want your friend at the cinema theater and meet him/her there. Non-intentional is when you come across your acquaintance or friend suddenly on your way or at some place.
Vibhaga: It is known as splitting. When you separate two connected things, it is vibhaga. There are three types of splitting. They are:
Dwandva karmaj: When the effort to separate is from both the sides, it is known as Dwandva karmaj.
Sarva Karmaj: When the effort to separate is made from all the sides, it is known as Sarva Karmaj.
Eka Karmaj: When the effort to separate comes only from one side, it is known as Eka karmaj.
Prithaktva: It is also known as separation or differentiation. This refers to the quality of being able to distinguish between two things. For example, you are able to differentiate between pen and pen stand. There are few types of separation or differentiation:
Aanyogshan: When something cannot come together even with a thing of its own kind.
Vailakshama rupa: When two things that belong to the same family have both similarities and dissimilarities. For example, tiger and cat.
Anekta rupa: When there are dissimilarities in species of same family. For example, human beings don’t look alike.
Pariman: It is known as size. You can measure them in the units of length, height, weight and so on. There are different types: microscopic, large, small, and greater.
Sanskar: To infest a property in someone to achieve a worthy thing or result is known as Sanskar. Ayurveda turns poisonous herbs into medicines through few processes.