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Jai-Vijay were dwelling in Vaikuntha with Lord Vishnu who happened to be born again due to curse by KumAras. Vaikuntha is said to be the final destination by many philosophies. But if that is the final destination, why they happened to be born again considering any reason. (even curse)

So, Is Vaikuntha a temporarily place? Or in other words, is there no guarantee one won't born again even after attaining Vaikuntha?

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    I think Vaikunta of Jaya Vijaya is the lowest one or the earthly one or Sweta Dvipa. Skanda Purana has legends where some Jivas returned even after reaching earthly Kailasa. – The Destroyer Nov 23 '17 at 16:56
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    There are many Kailasas and Vaikuntas. This is my point. – The Destroyer Nov 23 '17 at 17:04
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    I think Puranas explicitly mention about Lokas. For example, Shiva Purana says there are two Kailasas. Maybe Vaishnava Puranas also say the same. This is different from Philosophies. Philosophies are interpretations. But let's see if there are different Vaikuntas or how different philosophies explain this. – The Destroyer Nov 23 '17 at 17:13
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    @Rohit. Why don't you believe that the supreme abode has a form? The Vedas, Bhagavad Gita give the description of this. Don't you believe in it? And the people who believe Vaikuntha being paramapadam are Vaishnavas. Not following a man made philosophy. They were definitely not guarding Paramapadam. – Sarvabhouma Nov 23 '17 at 17:23
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    Also, the attitude of attaching branded reliable tag on what we believe is a sign of fear or insecurity which wants to build a wall of protection around our ideas - Fear of not being false. This fear what makes us fanatic, commercial ( having attitude - will follow you only if you are true or supreme). True surrender never builds a wall of protection around itself. It just knows to assimilate into the God, it knows to take risks, to tread on the unknown path. – Mr. Sigma. Nov 23 '17 at 18:00

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