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I was reading this short story of Ajamila from hindu purana.
It was clearly stating that :
The Yamadutas were bewildered. "Why are these effulgent and beautiful personalities checking our action? It's our duty to take sinful men to Yamaraja for punishment; then they are awarded another material body for the next life so that they can get the result of their sinful activity."
Is this mean we get punish by yamaduta after death also and get results of sinful act in new birth also?
Why these two kinds of punishments?