This Qualitative research has three objectives, namely: (1) to Study Concept and the Origin of Kamma in Theravāda Buddhism (2) to Study Practical of Kamma in Theravāda Buddhism (3) to Analyze Kamma in Theravāda Buddhism and Apply Kamma result in Daily Life. Kamma means intentional body, verbal and mental action. In the ultimate sense, Kamma means volition. If the volition is good, Kamma is good; and If the volition is bad, Kamma is bad. Kamma is a law of nature and is not controlled by any being. There is no involvement of self, soul, God, or Creator in this phenomenon. Each one is the architect of his own fate and destiny. The past actions influence the present, and the past and the present actions influence the future.
Kamma and it working is behind different kinds of existences, difference in appearance, characteristic, intelligence, aptitude, wealth, health, etc., among beings. The personal, social, and psychological differences are due to Kamma. All Kamma bear the nature of producing result. Through the development of Eightfold Noble Path, all defilement got eradicated; and one become an Arahant. After the passing away into Nibbāna, all Kamma become defunct, and one is free from Kamma.