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For the questions about Smriti (Sanskrit:स्मृति) (literally "which is remembered") scriptures. These texts are usually attributed to an author and produced out of human intellect.

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In the book, Hindu Dharma: The Universal Way of Life, Swami Chandrasekharendra Saraswati hints that all smṛtis are relevant in every yuga and any differences between various smṛtis are reconciled in t …
answered Sep 21 '16 by sv.
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According to Rāma, in the words of Vālmīki, if a person is capable of helping a person in danger and yet does not do his or her part will lose all the accumulated puṇya to the helpless person and will …
answered Nov 12 '16 by sv.
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First off, your question is too broad as you are asking for references from entire Hindu scripture. So, I'm only answering a couple from the list. Are there any scriptures which say that eclipses …
answered Aug 15 by sv.
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The author of Ṛgvedic Legends Through the Ages, H. L. Hariyappa, believes that interpolations are parts and parcels of human life so cannot be considered a crime. Verses wherein Śunaḥśepa's name …
answered 17 hours ago by sv.
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Is lying adharma? What do Kṛṣṇa and others say about it? Lying by itself is not adharma. The intent behind the lie is important in determining whether it's dharma or adharma. In a life-threatening si …
answered Nov 28 '16 by sv.