What is described about love in Hinduism? Love between a man and a woman?
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I guess you are talking about lust. Love is universal, it can never be between distinct entities. When one realises oneness, true love follows. The sense of man and woman is dead when one attains true love.
However, we see that in nature every object animate or inanimate tries to attain oneness knowingly or unknowingly. For, instance we dress according to mainstream since we want to feel one. Carnality is a futile attempt to unite the masculine and the feminine principles and so on. Such attempts are worthless as its foundation is itself based on change. Like, the mainstream apparel fashion changes etc. and everytime we too change.
This can never result in love, it leads to despair as is widely evident. So love has no boundaries, it is simply infinitely vast, strong and invincible.
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