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The asuras are a group of deities that often do battle with the [devas].

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In Mahabharata both Vidura and Yudhisthira were described to be conversant with the jargon (of the Mlechchhas). "And after the citizens had ceased following the Pandavas, Vidura, conversant with …
answered Sep 27 by srimannarayana k v
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Most of the epithets used by the seers of Rig Vedic period will have multi-layered meanings, which are very difficult to comprehend for ordinary scholars of our generation. Another seer of Sri Ramana …
answered Sep 17 by srimannarayana k v
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The OP had mentioned my question in the text of the question part - Now there is a small number of people, like the author of this question, who argue that Ravana's Lanka is not the same as the modern …
answered Sep 6 by srimannarayana k v
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No answer can be found to above questions in Srimad Ramayana. The answer lies elsewhere. Till Mahabharata period, i.e, around 3102 B.C., the Gods from Vedic Pantheon were worshiped. Lord Brahma …
answered Oct 5 '15 by srimannarayana k v
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The Rig Vedic mantras, as per my understanding, are allegorical in nature. Rig Veda II.11.19 - dedicated to Indra, says, sanema ye ta ūtibhistaranto viśvā spṛdha āryeṇa dasyūn | asmabhyaṃ tat …
answered 21 hours ago by srimannarayana k v