Welcoming Lindsay Lohan's belief in karma, Hindus have urged her to further explore the rich philosophical thought of Hinduism.
Lohan recently wrote on social networking service ''twitter'': "I'm all about Karma.. what goes around comes around!"
Acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA), said that ''karma'', the web of cause and effect and the rule of universal causality resulting from action, was first commented in ancient Satapatha Brahmana, and forms one of the basic principles of Hindu philosophy. The sum total of one's actions, desires, feelings, and thoughts form one''s karma, which is a cosmic law of debit and credit for good and evil.
Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, also urged Lohan to visit a nearby Hindu temple to have firsthand experience of Hinduism.
He offered to supply a set of Hindu scriptures to Lohan to help her in comprehensive understanding of its philosophy.
If Lohan needed any assistance in her study of Hinduism, he or other Hindu scholars would be glad to share their knowledge or arrange the appropriate expertise, Zed added.