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Is non-veg really banned in hinduism?

Whosoever says that meat eating is banned in Sanatana Dharma has no knowledge of either our Itihasas or Vedas. For example, here is what Sri Rama tells Vaali in Kishkindha Kanda, 18th Sarga of Valmiki ...
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Is non-veg really banned in hinduism?

"Non-Veg banned in Hinduism" DEFINITELY YES: by SANAATANA DHARMA Non-Veg(though of various types, understood as animal flesh) eaten by humans is considered as sin-bound and the consumer ...
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Which caste is "software developer"?

"Why specific about software developer????" Why not a sportsman??? Why not a soldier??? Why not a doctor???? It is a brain framework that tries to associate caste with literacy. I wish you ...
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How are Asura and rakshas so powerful?

Asuras were/are never powerful than God. Your question is wrong. I disagree with you for calling their RAGE/ ANGER/ TYRANNY and MASS POLYGAMOUS & formchsnging population as "Powerful". ...
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What should I [strictly] do to follow Hinduism as a way of life?

You have asked a question like "What should I study to get a job in India?" As ages have gone past Avatar Purusha's live presence on Earth, we have to upgrade our knowledge in Hinduism to ...
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What is the significance of " Vratas" ( व्रत ) In Hinduism?

I read the answers and surprised at perfect answers to Vrat. I like to pronounce aadyaatmika as Adhi aatmika that gives answer directly. Purpose of Vrat: To realise AATMAA of ourself - ADHI AATMIKA ...
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