When a person dies, the soul leaves the body; and depending upon the karma,, the soul i) goes to svarga or ii) takes on some other body or it goes to Paramapada. When the soul goes to svarga or to some other body, all the ten senses also follow the soul. But when the soul goes to Paramapada, the senses are left behind. In any case the senses are not destroyed. Please explain the method of departure of the Jivatma, followed by these elements, from the body. Suppose the individual soul or Jivatma performs good and meritorious acts. So, for the good and pious acts done in this world, they have to enjoy the fruits. So, to enjoy these fruits in the other world, the Jivatma, accompanied by senses and elements, as mentioned above, reaches the heaven or svarga. There he takes a body, to enjoy the fruits of his good acts. In the company of the devas, he enjoys the fruits of his action. When his good karmas or the good acts get almost exhausted, he is born again in this world, along with the balance of karma.