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In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishis were married?

Did not we have sages like Narada, Suka, Dattattreya?In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishis were married? Did not we have sages like Narada, Suka, Dattattreya?

  1. **"Yadichchhanto brahmacharyam charanti""Yadichchhanto brahmacharyam charanti"

in the KathopanishadKathopanishad I think refers to Unbroken brahmacharyya which is possible only for the sannyasins. Yes, whose mind is in Brahma can not have a married life with sensual pleasures as pointed out by many saints like Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. To me, what the realised souls who practised these and realised the Truth are authentic, not the book-worms or scholars.

2.**The same also holds for "Tamevaikam janatha aatmanam anyaa vacho vimunchatha"(Mudankopanishad (2/2/5).

  1. The same also holds for "Tamevaikam janatha aatmanam anyaa vacho vimunchatha"(Mudankopanishad (2/2/5).
  1. Kathopanishad says:"Kaschiddhirah pratyagatmaanam aikshad aavrittachakshuraavrittachakshur amritattvamichchhan"

4.Mudakopanishad says: parikshya lokaan karmachitaam brahmano nirvedamnirvedam aayannaasyakritah kritena

  1. Mundakaponishad also says: satyena labhyastapasaa jyesha aatmaa samyagjnaanena brahmacharyen nityambrahmacharyen nityam. antahsarire jyotirmayo hi subhro yam pashanti yatao kshinadoshaahyatao kshinadoshaah
  1. The same Upanishad says: Nayamaatma valahinena labhyo na cha pramadat tapaso vapyalingatvapyalingat

Alingat means he can not know Atmaa without external sannyasa.Alingat means he can not know Atmaa without external sannyasa.

I have also not read the Vedas.But quoting from Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath(Srimadbhagavadgita, vol 2, page 182-184) I have also not read the Vedas.But quoting from Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath(Srimadbhagavadgita, vol 2, page 182-184)

Swami Vivekananda has also repeatedly said that without braahmacharya (celibacy is necessary for brahmacharya, but notvsufficient) renunciation, no spiritual realisation is possible as has Sri Ramakrishna and so there has been a continuity in this regard from the days of yore. If someone is addictedcan iota of sensual pleaure, he or she must be millions of mile away from illumination.

In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishis were married?

Did not we have sages like Narada, Suka, Dattattreya?

  1. **"Yadichchhanto brahmacharyam charanti"

in the Kathopanishad I think refers to Unbroken brahmacharyya which is possible only for the sannyasins. Yes, whose mind is in Brahma can not have a married life with sensual pleasures as pointed out by many saints like Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. To me, what the realised souls who practised these and realised the Truth are authentic, not the book-worms or scholars.

2.**The same also holds for "Tamevaikam janatha aatmanam anyaa vacho vimunchatha"(Mudankopanishad (2/2/5).

  1. Kathopanishad says:"Kaschiddhirah pratyagatmaanam aikshad aavrittachakshur amritattvamichchhan"

4.Mudakopanishad says: parikshya lokaan karmachitaam brahmano nirvedam aayannaasyakritah kritena

  1. Mundakaponishad also says: satyena labhyastapasaa jyesha aatmaa samyagjnaanena brahmacharyen nityam. antahsarire jyotirmayo hi subhro yam pashanti yatao kshinadoshaah
  1. The same Upanishad says: Nayamaatma valahinena labhyo na cha pramadat tapaso vapyalingat

Alingat means he can not know Atmaa without external sannyasa.

I have also not read the Vedas.But quoting from Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath(Srimadbhagavadgita, vol 2, page 182-184)

Swami Vivekananda has also repeatedly said that without renunciation, no spiritual realisation is possible as has Sri Ramakrishna and so there has been a continuity in this regard from the days of yore.

In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishis were married? Did not we have sages like Narada, Suka, Dattattreya?

  1. "Yadichchhanto brahmacharyam charanti"

in the Kathopanishad I think refers to Unbroken brahmacharyya which is possible only for the sannyasins. Yes, whose mind is in Brahma can not have a married life with sensual pleasures as pointed out by many saints like Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. To me, what the realised souls who practised these and realised the Truth are authentic, not the book-worms or scholars.

  1. The same also holds for "Tamevaikam janatha aatmanam anyaa vacho vimunchatha"(Mudankopanishad (2/2/5).
  1. Kathopanishad says:"Kaschiddhirah pratyagatmaanam aikshad aavrittachakshur amritattvamichchhan"

4.Mudakopanishad says: parikshya lokaan karmachitaam brahmano nirvedam aayannaasyakritah kritena

  1. Mundakaponishad also says: satyena labhyastapasaa jyesha aatmaa samyagjnaanena brahmacharyen nityam. antahsarire jyotirmayo hi subhro yam pashanti yatao kshinadoshaah
  1. The same Upanishad says: Nayamaatma valahinena labhyo na cha pramadat tapaso vapyalingat

Alingat means he can not know Atmaa without external sannyasa.

I have also not read the Vedas.But quoting from Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath(Srimadbhagavadgita, vol 2, page 182-184)

Swami Vivekananda has also repeatedly said that without braahmacharya (celibacy is necessary for brahmacharya, but notvsufficient) renunciation, no spiritual realisation is possible as has Sri Ramakrishna and so there has been a continuity in this regard from the days of yore. If someone is addictedcan iota of sensual pleaure, he or she must be millions of mile away from illumination.

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As I pointed to in replyiingreplying to another question, the concept of renunciatingrenouncing the world which is the essence of sannyasa, has been mentioned in the Main Upanishads. I am providing these documents here:

Let me first make it clear that according to the Sanatana Dharma, the Vedas are forms of God and He saves the Vedas in form of Avataaras during Pralaya.The Vedas are to be studied only after studying the six vedangas remaining in the Gurukula system with extreme austerity.

As I pointed to in replyiing to another question, the concept of renunciating the world which is the essence of sannyasa, has been mentioned in the Main Upanishads. I am providing these documents here:

Let me first make it clear that according to the Sanatana Dharma, the Vedas are forms of God and He saves the Vedas in form of Avataaras during Pralaya.The Vedas are to be studied only after studying the six vedangas remaining in the Gurukula system with extreme austerity.

As I pointed to in replying to another question, the concept of renouncing the world which is the essence of sannyasa, has been mentioned in the Main Upanishads. I am providing these documents here:

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In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishismwererishis were married?

As I pointed to in replyiing tomanotherto another question, the concept of renunciating the world which is the essence of sannyasa, has been mentioned in the Main Upanishads. I am providing these documents here:

In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishismwere married?

As I pointed to in replyiing tomanother question, the concept of renunciating the world which is the essence of sannyasa, has been mentioned in the Main Upanishads. I am providing these documents here:

In our country of sages with such an ancient rich spiritual heritage where Moksha/Iswaraprema is the ultimate Purusartha, what is the document that ensures that all rishis were married?

As I pointed to in replyiing to another question, the concept of renunciating the world which is the essence of sannyasa, has been mentioned in the Main Upanishads. I am providing these documents here:

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