For example, let us assume a soul that attained liberation at the end of 99 Brahma Years. Now, what happens to soul at the end of a Brahma day? What happens to that soul at the end of 100 years of Brahma which is Mahapralaya?

If the answer is that “No, soul will not be reborn again”, then we all should be liberated isn’t it? What I meant is that neither soul is created or destroyed. So now we have infinite souls and infinite life cycles. But the number of souls that are in material world goes on decreasing as we can safely assume that at least few souls are liberated in 100 Brahma years. So I think there should come a point at which all souls are liberated. What happens then?

If the answer is Yes, I have no more questions.

Thanks a lot

  • Liberated Atma is nowhere in touch with Brahma. Don't confuse souls which go back Prakriti unmanifest v Mukta atma. Mukta Atma is different – Parabrahman Jyoti May 31 '19 at 13:12
  • Its duplicate here only finite souls are there in one creation cycle of 100 Brahma years based on tatvavada philosophy in that. Some souls attain moksha that is permanent state never return similarly some souls attain andHamas permanent based BG 16.19 some souls will be in cycle without libration at the end of mahapralaya all souls go to suspended states without awareness of existences but those souls moksha continually experience bilss and andHamas experience continuous pain. – Prasanna R May 31 '19 at 13:28
  • in next cycle entirely different sets of souls will be considered for next brahmas cycle (including different brahma as the previous brahma had attained moksha) that is why human birth is precious, for moksha sadhana humans have to strive hard that is goal. Even during manvantra, kalpha, some soul maynot get chance to be born human, if soul made to wait one kalpha that is one brahma day, i.e. 14 manvantra, 14 manvantra pralya.. 24 hrs of brahma if sould waits that amounts more than 4.3284 thousand million human years.. – Prasanna R May 31 '19 at 13:36
  • @PrasannaR doesn't the souls which doesn't attain liberation in previous cycle takes birth in fresh cycle from where they left? – Parabrahman Jyoti May 31 '19 at 14:08
  • Not all souls attain moksha at the end of Brahma's life of 100 years when the universe is destroyed which is called mahapralaya. Those souls which do not attain moksha at the time of mahapralaya have to wait for the Lord Vishnu to create the universe again. And when Lord Vishnu creates the universe again those souls are reborn again in the universe and continue with their karma where they were interrupted at the last mahapralaya in the previous universe. Those souls just continue with their rebirths in samsara after the universe is created again, it's not that they get moksha. – brahma jijnasa May 31 '19 at 21:13

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