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What are the vedic definitions for paapa and punya?

Paapa and Punya are very famous words in Hinduism. I used to believe that whatever karma is performed by the humans, if recommended/accepted by scriptures, is called Punya else Paapa. But recently I ...
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What is meant by Adhi-Vyadhi?

I heard the word Adhi-Vyadhi (ఆధివ్యాధులు) several times in preachings as well as in scriptural books. Example: From Sloka 3 What is the exact meaning for that word?
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Do vedas contain vyutpatti definitions to words?

Do Vedas contain the meaning/definition of (some) words? Are they called vyutpatti meanings?
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Significance of Symbol from Asura's Wrath [duplicate]

In the above image, at the mid-bottom section of the screen, is shown a symbol, of whose origin i do not know, appearing within the final fight between Asura and Chakravartin in the game: Asura's ...
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Vande smartrgami Sanovatu in Datta Stavam

There are nine stanzas in Datta Stavam. All the stanzas except the last one ends with vande Smarthrugaami Sanovathu. What is the meaning of that and what is its connection with Dattatreya?
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Saraswati mantra for recitation and need for guru

What is the meaning of the mantra? (om) वद वद वाग्वादिनी स्वाहा । Is the Saraswati mantra needs a guru's initiation to recite (without om)?
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What is the English translation of Hanuman Chalisa?

I have recited this Chalisa since I was a child and although I have understood the meaning of some parts of it, I would love to get the meaning of the entire prayer. Here is the full text for ...
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in what context is kaama positive

every positive energy/feeling is portrait as a deva and negative side is portrayed as an asura but Kaama is portrayed as a deva, meaning it has a positive aspect to it. But... Kaama is not needed ...
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What is the english meaning of this shloka? Draupadyaa damantyaa cha savitryaa susheelayaa- Duritaani jitaanyeetajjapaadaaptam cha vanchitam

“Draupadyaa damantyaa cha savitryaa susheelayaa- Duritaani jitaanyeetajjapaadaaptam cha vanchitam.” Its from sri krishna saharanama stotram. And also i found another shloka similar to it. द्रौपदी ...
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Does the word “Ishwara” have a specialized meaning in any school of philosophy?

ईश्वर mf(ई). master, lord, prince, king, mistress, queen, AV. ; ŚBr. ; Ragh. ; Mn. &c. [ID=29882] God [ID=29884] the Supreme Being, Mn. ; Suśr. ; Yājñ. &c. [ID=29885] the supreme soul (...