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Scriptural Reference for the following below statement marked in bold

An User in his comment says the following.: yes. Vishnu = owner. brahma = ceo. shiva = coo. indra = MD. vayu, agni, varuna, yama, kubera = VPs. all are posts except Vishnu. each manvantara or kalpa ...
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Does any Purāna (or other scripture) mention the name of all 18,000 kalp?

Per verified sources, it's said that we are in the 1st day of the 51st year of the present Brahma, which means that 18,000 Brahma days or Kalp have elapsed. Do any Purānas or other scriptures mention ...
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What events will happen in past and future Kalpas and all Manus from current Kalpa are remain in all Kalpas?

I know we're currently live in Sveta Varaha Kalpa. I had confusion with Manus, if they remain in all Kalpas or any other diffrent Manus? And, I know Sati was born in the past Pitru Kalpa. Like this, ...
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Is Āpastamba giving non-initiates the right to recite certain parts of the Véda in the below given sū́tra-s?

In Praśna I, Paṭala 1, Khaṇḍa 2 of the Āpastamba-dharma-sūtrá Āpastamba states, one who has not been initiated before the required time (1.1.28-36), should recite the seven Pāvamānīs (Şākala-saṁhitā́ ...
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Are the Āraṇyaká-s and the Upaniṣád-s part of the Véda?

Mántra–Brā́hmaṇayor Veda-nāma-dheyám. "The name 'Véda' is given to the Mántra and the Brā́hmaṇa." —Āpastamba-şrāuta-sūtrá 24.1.31 Ádhi-Dāivam áth' ā́dhy-ātmam ádhi-yajñam íti trayám ...
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What happens during the night of Brahma?

During Brahma's day , living beings exist while during his night , living beings dies. Both day and night are 12 hours long. So, for the whole 12 hours of Brahma , Pralay keeps on happening ? That is ...
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Any one answer this question [closed]

Can any one answer this question? Reconciling the Kalpa Bheda between Devi Sati and Devi Parvati taking basis from the Puranas, including Srimad Bhagavata Purana
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What is chronological order of all events or big events that have ever happened in Puranas

According to ch 19 of prabhas kand of skand puran we are in 31st kalpa of second phase Brahma and previous kalpa was pitr kalpa. But other Puranas say we are in 1st kalpa of second phase of Brahma. ...
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Does Shiva ever die ? And what about Vishnu?

Brahma has a certain lifespan - 100 Years ( Brahmlok years) But what about Shiva ji and Vishnu ji ? Do, they also die ? Does Shiva die at the end of this universe ? And Does Vishnu die at the end of ...
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In which Kalpa did Shiva fall at Lord Rama's feet?

Padma Purana 5.5.46: Śiva fell at his [Lord Raam's] feet “You are the only Puruṣa (i.e. the Supreme Being) With a portion of you, you create and destroy the universe. You who are formless, are the ...
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The story of Ramayana found in Ramacharitamanas belongs to which kalpa?

I have seen somewhere (not able to recall the source now) that Ramacharitamanas belongs to a kalpa named 'Pitri' Kalpa. Is it true? If not , then the story of ramacharitamanas is of which kalpa?
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What happens to Lord Brahma after a Kalpa and after a Mahakalpa?

1.Does Lord Brahma sleeps after each kalpa and then again wakes up after pralaya and again does creation or he merges into the Lord after each kalpa and manifests again? 2.If he manifests in each ...
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Does the version of Ramayana and Mahabharata we have , each of them belong to different kalpa?

We find the story of Lord Rama present in detail in Valmiki Ramayana.But in Mahabharata,when Yudhishthira asks Sage Markandeya about Lord Rama,he said the story with some differences. So how correct ...
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Is the Valmiki Ramayana which is available to us , belongs to this Kalpa(Swetavaraha Kalpa)?

We know from various scriptures that Ramayana happened in the 24th Chaturyuga of the Vaivasvat Manvantara. But does the Valmiki Ramayana which we all have and read in our homes , belong to this ...
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Does the universe regenerate every kalpa (4.32 billion years) or every half kalpa? [duplicate]

As far as I understand, a kalpa is 4.32 billion years long. In that time, the universe is destroyed and created anew. In a video from Extra Mythology, they state: "It is told that the universe ...
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What all things change after each Manvantara?

Like I know that the names of Manu changes. So does the name of Indra and the Saptarishis. What other things/names change ? And are all events of each kalpa identical to each other ?
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Is there any original detailed treatise on the rituals (Kalpa Vedanga) of the Vedas other than the Kalpa Sutras and who is the propagating Rishi?

Understanding Scriptures - Part 2 Summary: The questions are right at the end indicated in big bold letters. One can get a summarised view by reading the question section. The logic and reason of ...
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What are the reference from the vedas about Yuga, Manvantara and Kalpa? [duplicate]

There are 4 yugas and 1 yuga cycle is 43,200,000 years. Satya Yuga equals 1,728,000 Human years Treta Yuga equals 1,296,000 Human years Dvapara Yuga equals 864,000 Human years Kali Yuga equals 432,000 ...
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If the role of Indra and other devas will be held by another man in next Kalpa, what will happen to current ones? [duplicate]

Isn't Indra and other devas immortal? They drank Amrut so, they have to survive forever, and in next Kalpa, new devas and new Indra will come so then what will happen to previous ones?
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Who was Lakulesh

In which kalpa Lakulesh was present, was it the current kalp ? as the devo ke dev mahadev serial doesn't give this information. The serial also shows that he did penance through multiple kalpa. How ...
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Can we compare Big Bang theory with the beginning/ending of a Kalpa? [closed]

There is a recent statement by the Nobel Laureate Prof. Roger Penrose, who says that the Big Bang was "not the beginning" of our universe rather it was the end of the previous one. This ...
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Liberated beings after Mahakalpa [duplicate]

Do the liberated beings after Mahakalpa are again thrown into Samsara ? Is the liberated stage after Moksha only for 1 kalpa ? If moksha is really permanent ? In the above picture it also says he ...
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Is it possible that all sects of Hinduism could be right about their Parabrahman?

Different sects of Hinduism declare different God's as Parabrahman. Is it possible that all are true if Parabrahman takes different forms in each Kalpa? Since Parabrahman can take any form, is the ...
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Reconciling the Kalpa Bheda between Devi Sati and Devi Parvati taking basis from the Puranas, including Srimad Bhagavata Purana

According to the Skanda Purana, Dēvī Sati was born in the previous Kalpa (Pitri Kalpa) before the present Śvetavārāha Kalpa and after self-immolation was reborn as Goddess Pārvatī near the end of the ...
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Are there any more details about previous Kalpas in scriptures?

Reading about Kalpa on this site, my understanding is: Current Brahma completed 50 years Currently Brahma is in 51st year and on first day of the 51st year Each of Brahma's day includes one Kalpa (...
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Why are Puranas silent on events taking place in previous Kalyugs or events of 8th Manvantara from previous Kalpas?

As seen in questions and answers here, here and here, Puranas attribute the differences in their contents to different Kalpas. However if that is indeed the case, why don't we ever read about events ...
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How many years have passed since the start of the current kalpa?

The name of current kalpa is Swetha Varaha Kalpa. How many years has been completed till now from the starting point of the Swetha Varaha Kalpa?
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How many Kalpas are there in total? [duplicate]

How many Kalpas are there in total and do they occur again in cycle form?
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How many kaliyugas completed till now and every kaliyuga kalki will come?

Since Brahma age is completed 50 and 51 is running which means one day brahma is equal to one kalpa and one kalpa equal to 14 manvantaras and one manvantara equals to 71 mahayugas and each mahayuga ...
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What Guna is our current Kalpa, the Sveta Varaha Kalpa?

It is said in the Matysa Purana, that Brahma composes Puranas in accordance with the predominant Guna of that particular day of Brahma (Kalpa): ‘There are four categories — the mixed, the sattvik, ...
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Why does the Bhagavata Purana say the first Pararddha is already over when it is narrating the events of the Padma Kalpa?

Note: This is a follow-up of this question. According to the Vishnu Purana, the Padma Kalpa terminates with the end of one Pararddha or the first half of Brahma's life and the commencement of ...
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When was the Sarasvata Kalpa?

According to the Matysa Purana, the events of the Srimad Bhagavatam took place during the Sarasvata Kalpa. When was the Sarasvata Kalpa? Currently, we're in the Sveta Varaha Kalpa. And who is it ...
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Are there any Puranas that corresponds to a Kalpa where Brahma creates Vishnu?

According to the thirteenth chapter of the Vayavivasamhita of the Shiva Purana, Brahma has created Vishnu and Rudra in certain Kalpas: Vayu said, I shall narrate how Rudra was born and how Brahma ...
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Does kalpa bheda explanation for reconciling different narrative in puranas have scriptural basis?

Some sects use kalpa bheda or manvantara bheda to explain contradictions in the events narrated differently in different puranas and when there exists no way to reconcile them. Does such explanation ...
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Is the EXACT same creation repeated in every Kalpa? [duplicate]

It is said that Brahma creates the world from his past impression. Does that mean everything is repeated again? Will I be asking his same question again in the next Kalpa?
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What is the chronological order of different KALPA?

We have Puranas incidents happening from different Kalpas of Brahma. Do we have order of it?
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Does Kalpa coincide with age of Sun?

While searching for relation between the life span of Sun and present Shri Bramha Day, I came across a very interesting fact by calculations. The age of our Sun is nearly equal to Shri Bramha's day i....
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What does the expression "kalpa bheda" mean?

I see this expression a lot to explain seeming contradictions in puranas. kalpa-bheda could mean difference between kalpas - does that mean all puranic stories happen repeatedly from one kalpa to the ...
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Is the Svetavaraha Kalpa and the Padma Kalpa the same?

According to Wikipedia, the previous kalpa was known as the Padma kalpa: Currently, 50 years of Brahma have elapsed. The last Kalpa at the end of 50th year is called Padma Kalpa. We are currently ...
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What is the order of the present Varah Kalpa in Brahma's life?

The Skanda Purana says that Sati was born in the 1st Manvantar of the Pitri Kalpa which was the 30th Kalpa in the second Parardha of Brahma. The text again says that Parvati was born in the Vaivasvat ...
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Why do we not consider Brahma's night as a kalpa?

Why do we consider only the day of Brahma as a kalpa? 1 kalpa = One day of Brahma 2 kalpa = One day + Night of Brahma Accordingly, "2 kalpa = One day + Night of Brahma" we are in the 101st ...
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