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Vyadha Gita in the original sanskrit text

I have gotten both of these from Sanskrit Documents. This PDF of the VANA Parva is from the BORI Critical Edition. (Vana Parva) The second is from the Kumbhaghonam Southern version which can be found ...
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Rulelessness in Hinduism: Fact or Fiction?

This is not true. In the Bhagavad Gita (4.40), the fate of those souls who do not accept the scriptures is explained by Lord Krishna Himself through the words samśayātmā vinaśyati. अज्ञश्चाश्रद्दधा...
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Rulelessness in Hinduism: Fact or Fiction?

There are rules in Hinduism. It is not a free-for-all. Bhagavan Krishna mentions this in Bhagavad Gita 16.1 The Blessed Lord said - Fearlessness, purity of mind, persistence in knowledge and yoga, ...
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Rulelessness in Hinduism: Fact or Fiction?

Hindus certainly do not have anything like the ten commandments. God does not normally interfere in the working of the universe. It is nature that runs the universe. Resorting to Prakrti, Nature, ...
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