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If a non vegetarian do a lot of charity and other good work, will he able to attain the birth of a devatās.

Or the birth of a devatās can only be achieved by a vegetarian who do the good karma as well.

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  • 1). One of the Kshatriya kills the unjust out of his dharmic duty, while 2). another one kills the people, just out of his desires or pleasure or iffy. What do you think might happen in each case? Who'll get Swarga and who might be suffering? – peace Mar 24 at 1:59
  • @Vivikta it is not about humans it is about animals. – Dark Knight Mar 24 at 3:12
  • my argument point being, One tends to eat non-vegetarian food (which is an obvious, explicit form of hinsa - violence), out of material desires and avarice of the tongue, वृत्ति - vritti. Which is definitely not in accordance with the conduct required to be inducted for the post of a devtaa, I guess. – peace Mar 24 at 3:21
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    In any case, a sin is equally shared, the one to murders, the one who knows, the one who eats, the one who cooks, anyone related to the hinsa committed is told to be a sinner. And by that "just eating and not killing logic ", the murder by a knife or gun is technically not committed by the person but the object. :p. – peace Mar 24 at 3:30
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    Also, read this QnA, it'll clear your doubt regarding the same. And maybe make this question of yours a possible duplicate of this same QnA. – peace Mar 24 at 5:15

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