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We have met in the past Yuga. We are meeting again in this Yuga. We will meet again in next Yuga. And so on... Is there an end to this suffering , in general not just my own ,of taking birth and rebirth? If yes then will the next Yuga come to end forever?

EDIT: The answer seems to be No because Brahma repeats the cycle of birth and rebirth after a certain period. Note that the question was not about my birth or rebirth. Question was about our birth and rebirth. Since Brahma recreates the world there is no end to suffering in general. An individual may escape the suffering but collectively we will meet again in the next cycle. Therefore there is no end to the suffering.

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  • "yogarato vaa bhogaratovaa sangarato vaa sangaviihinaH . yasya brahmaNi ramate chittam nandati nandati nandatyeva " So yes, there is an end to suffering. – user1195 Oct 5 '17 at 3:24
  • Will the creation cease to exist ? Is this the last creation ? – Dheeraj Verma Oct 5 '17 at 3:47
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    Moksha is end to your suffering. – The Destroyer Oct 5 '17 at 5:20
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    What is "Moksha"? – Paṇḍyā Oct 5 '17 at 10:04
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    You can't seek moksha for everyone, you can seek moksha only for yourself. There is no collective moksha for the whole universe, it's not possible. But you can help people to understand the importance of getting moksha. Then those people can seek moksha for themselves. – brahma jijnasa Oct 6 '17 at 21:00

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