We will come across Sita in Srimad Ramayana, as ayOnija, a non-uterine birth. Similarly, in Mahabharata, we read about Draupadi and Dhristadyumna, who are also ayOnijas, borne out of fire.

Human body consists of 5 elements, i.e., panchabhUta. After their birth, ayOnijas are also susceptible to human feelings and problems.

My questions are;

  1. What is that technology or mantra sastra available in ancient India, which allows such things, which are not natural, to happen?

  2. If they are ayOnijas, they cannot have prArabdha (stored karma) to reap. Then why did they face problems?

  • Comments are not for extended discussion; this conversation has been moved to chat. – The Destroyer Mar 9 '17 at 16:36
  • 'If they are ayOnijas, they cannot have prArabdha (stored karma) to reap.': Could you explain the reasoning behind this, or a link about it? It's an interesting thought. – user1952500 Sep 20 '17 at 5:27
  • Earth is karma Bhoomi...no one can live on earth without Karma's. That's y even god comes with karma and suffers...be it lord Rama or Krishna... everyone came to planet with some duties, to fulfill wishes of their devotees from previous life times...all these are Karma's or bandhan I can say – user13620 Mar 3 '18 at 2:39
  • Body is only Ayonija i.e; took birth not naturally....the soul that lives in that body has performed karma in the previous birth i.e; it is natural and ordinary like other souls..so that soul came to earth and suffers too. – user15285 May 1 '18 at 6:36
  • In previous Yugas no intercourse needed to beget a child. Only Yogabala is enough. – Tat Tvam Asi May 1 '18 at 12:54

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