It is well known that a person who is not a Jivan Muktha is bounded by Dharma and Adharma. That is, one needs to do dharma only as per scriptures.

What about a person who achieved a Jivan Muktha state. Is Dharma and Adharma are still applicable to that person?

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    I think the answer to the above question is present here- hinduism.stackexchange.com/questions/36919/… – SwiftPushkar Jul 8 '20 at 6:04
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    Does not apply as per both Kularnava as well as Yogavashishta. But only when the person is a true Jivanmukta. – Rickross Jul 8 '20 at 6:46
  • @Rickross Haha... True Jivan Mukta – hanugm Jul 8 '20 at 7:14
  • @Rickross And it seems that this question is an extension to one of my previous questions in the comment by SwiftPishkar – hanugm Jul 8 '20 at 7:16
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    Yes, because a true Jivanmukta is rare. We might not know any such person at all. @hanugm For such persons Dharma-Adharma rules don't apply, whatever they order becomes scriptures, whatever they utter becomes mantra. – Rickross Jul 8 '20 at 7:16

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