The questions are:
What is the condition or circumstance that god take an incarnation of Earth?
And on what basis does he decide the place of his incarnation?
I would like to supplement the answer provided by (@iammilind) to this question at https://hinduism.stackexchange.com/a/20719/3869).
I agree to his statement that "Consider Dharma as an ...
Matsya Purana- Chapter 260 - Shloka 36 gives us the basic meaning of this three steps of Vamana as "Pervading all the universe" .
तथा त्रिविक्रमं वक्ष्ये ब्रह्माण्डक्रमणोल्बणम्। पादपार्श्वे तथा
बाहुमुपरिष्टात् प्रकल्पयेत् ।। 260.36||
Now about the Vamana form of lord striding the three worlds , as if
pervading all the universe .
Shri Adi ...
Yes. Bhagavatam gives clear direction of 24 Avatars in Canto 1 Chapter 3.
A spiritual seeker should always remember the difference between BRAHMAN and BRAHMA, viz while Brahma is one of the Trinities, BRAHMAN referred to in Vedas and Upanishads refer to the Sachidananda swaroop of the Formless & Supreme Tatva - " SATYAM GNAANA, ANANTAM BRAHMA, who is ...
I had already answered (https://hinduism.stackexchange.com/a/34975/3869) expressing my opinion that incarnation concept is Puranic but could not find place in Vedic Literature/Ramayana.
The episodes in Bala Kanda, Yuddha Kanda and Uttara Kanda, where Sri Rama was mentioned as the incarnation of Vishnu are interpolated stories.
However, there was a mention ...