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Nov 2 '21 at 11:33 comment added user22253 @AupakaranaAbhibhaa whatever, this particular translation makes more sense as 24000 years are very close to 25600 of precession of equinoxes, instead of some million or billion years
Nov 2 '21 at 9:53 comment added Aupakarana Abhibhaa Doesn't the fact the Manu said this so ambiguously and always says things incredibly ambiguously ring alarm bells in your head? Manu really seems to be like Indra, where you can't take anything he says at face value, probably because he is an incarnation of Indra (the human Indra).
Nov 2 '21 at 9:47 comment added user22253 It depends on the translation. You cam translate either way it seems. Don't try to correlate this with big bang and stuff. Even then its 8.64 billion and noot 13.2 billion years. So even that is wrong. The verse in Sanskrit is etad dvadasha sahasram devanam yugauchyate. It can ne conaidered as 12000 of these years or 12000 of these yugas, depending on how you translate etad
Nov 2 '21 at 9:19 comment added Aupakarana Abhibhaa This is not related to that. It is how many Chatur Yugas are in a Daiva (maybe that's the name, not important) Yuga. Your image says 1, but wisdomlib explains the Sanskrit as one Daiva Yuga = 12,000 Chatur Yugas. By the way, this calculation with Daiva Years is enough to account for all of Earth's evolution and the Big Bang.
Nov 2 '21 at 4:45 comment added user22253 @AupakaranaAbhibhaa yes those other calculations in wisdom lib org is wrong as they consider one human year with one deva year. It's a mistake so many people have done.
Nov 1 '21 at 20:47 comment added Aupakarana Abhibhaa According to this, a divine age is 12,000 times a fourfold cycle (Chatur Yuga), thus a day of Brahma is 12 million Chatur Yugas long. By the Daiva years for ages for yugas, a Kalpa is 5.184x10^13 years long. wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/…
Sep 16 '21 at 14:47 comment added user22253 @zero yes, I found that all my questions were actually answered in Shankara Bhashya itself in the link Swami Vishwananda gave. So the question was repetitive and I deleted it.
Sep 16 '21 at 14:26 comment added user23407 @MrGreenGold Did you delete your recent question on Gita13.22-23?
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Sep 13 '21 at 7:42 comment added user22253 @Archit This question or the answers is not necessarily about the confusion of one normal human year with Daiva year. Its more about the scheme of Yugas, so its technically a different question. This question maonly focuses on the confusion of regular human year with divine year.
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