Is BORI Critical Edition translated by Bibek Debroy truly the most authentic version available on this planet right now?

closed as primarily opinion-based by Swami Vishwananda, The Destroyer Apr 19 at 16:58

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    This is opinion based question as all may not agree with methodology of BORI used to prepare critical edition. – The Destroyer Apr 19 at 11:12
  • This is purely opinion based, I am not voting to close though. – user17294 Apr 19 at 12:28
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    your question is opinion based. please read forum rules – Swami Vishwananda Apr 19 at 14:00
  • Not sure why this is closed as "opinion-based" we have similar questions questioning the authenticity of other scriptures. Examples: Is Baskala Shaka of Rig veda Authentic? Is Yog Vasistha authentic scripture? Is Bhavishya Purana authentic? – sv. Apr 19 at 17:49
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    @sv. The authenticity of a scripture can be judged from its acceptance in other scriptures or commentaries.But acceptance of a particular edition, that being a modern one, has to be purely opinion based. – user17294 Apr 19 at 18:08

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