How can Muktika be genuine when it lists later day upanishads like Kali santarana ?
How can it list vedas which were revealed later, eg: Shukla yajur veda releaved during the end of Dwapara yuga much later after the period of Rama.
How come these names be listed in a text which is believed during that of Treta Yuga ?
The canon lists upanishads like Sharabha, Skanda ,Rama tapini, Seeta upanishad etc which are usually not found in the Vedas.
How come it mentions Suka (who lived in Dwapara yuga) ?
Further, in Ramayana is there any mention where Rama says about his knowledge or about following Vedanta ?