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Other Religions-Which are different from Hinduism.

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Martyr is (as a noun) a person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs. or (as a verb) kill (someone) because of their beliefs. There is not exactly something like that i …
answered Dec 4 '16 by Rickross
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According to Sri RAmakrishna, Jesus Christ was an incarnation of God. So, an incarnation and not a son. I am quoting from the Bengali version of the book "A short life of Sri RAmakrishna". Seven …
answered Oct 3 '17 by Rickross
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The Brahmins who officiate as priests for the Sudras are condemned in the scriptures.. See the following verses from the Manu Smriti: 11.42. Those who, obtaining wealth from Sudras, (and using th …
answered Feb 16 '18 by Rickross
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Many verses said by Lord Shiva in KulArnava Tantram's (which is a ShAkta Agama) Ullasa 1 can be used to answer this question. He discusses the shortness of human life ( or the shortage of years we ha …
answered Jul 22 '17 by Rickross
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The Atharva Veda itself is having the following Mantra which accepts the existence of various religions on earth. But it does not name any specific religion. Janam Vibhrati VahudhA VichAsam - 1 …
answered Aug 10 '18 by Rickross
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The Atharva Veda itself has mantras which clearly mention that earth will have people who will speak different languages and who will be following different religions ( Dharma ) depending on the diffe …
answered Apr 4 '17 by Rickross
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A person who does not believe in the authority of the Vedas is called a Nastika in Hinduism.(as opposed to Astika ,which is the opposite of Nastika) Now,none of the other religions regard Vedas as th …
answered Dec 11 '16 by Rickross
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Well, i can answer this question partially. The Manu Smriti clearly states that any doctrines, traditions or philosophical systems that are not based on the Vedas are false and worthless. Manu Sm …
answered Sep 19 '17 by Rickross
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Is there any mention of other religions in any Hindu text? Yes, there is. In Veda itself there is a mantra that talks of people living on earth and speaking a variety of languages and having vari …
answered Jul 23 '17 by Rickross
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Here is a verse that says that black magic (using roots) is a punishable offence. Manu Smriti 9.290. For all incantations intended to destroy life, for magic rites with roots (practised by perso …
answered Aug 1 '17 by Rickross