0

Why did Satyavati and Parashara have a child out of wedlock? Why did she then marry Shantanu?

Based on this, does it mean pre-martial relationship is fair? Was their relationship really bodily, because he was a great sage how could he lust someone?

5
  • 3
    Does this answer your question? What's the view of Hinduism on prostitution and premarital sex? – sv. Jan 20 at 15:42
  • 1
    These incidents in Mahabharat do not involve normal human beings. Can you imagine any common man/woman having sex, and a child being born that is instantly 16 years old (Vyasa), or born with an armor and earrings (Karna) ? You have to stop seeing the acts of Avataras through human eyes/mind. – mar Jan 21 at 0:47
  • No I'm not seeing it through human eyes, but those women were humans and they were married to a human. – Rahul Jan 21 at 2:38
  • @Rahul - are you sure they were humans ? can a human have a child who is 16 years old at birth ? can a human have a child born with armor and earrings ? – mar Jan 21 at 6:47
  • So sathyavathi and Kunti mata were not human's. But they were married to a human later, what about that. I'm not thinking bad things about them, but I feel like are those people who stands against dharma having a point. If I'm wrong please correct me. – Rahul Jan 21 at 8:37

You must log in to answer this question.

Browse other questions tagged .