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A true rishi is one who is a devotee of lord also. Spiritual path is a heart to heart connection. So the lord reveals himself to his devotee in heart. Citing this verse from Srimad Bhagvatam 10.86.47 हृदिस्थोऽप्यतिदूरस्थ: कर्मविक्षिप्तचेतसाम् । आत्मशक्तिभिरग्राह्योऽप्यन्त्युपेतगुणात्मनाम् ॥ ४७ ॥ But although You reside within the heart, You ...


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There is one account of great god Lord Mahadeva's or Shiva's eyes filled with tears in compassion for a deceased child . This story is present in Mahabhrata Shanti Parva- Apaddharmanusasana Parva- Chapter 153. There is a story in Mahabharata about relatives of a deceased child ,who died early in his childhood and vulture and Jackal. The relatives of ...


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According to my knowledge, even in Christianity, the Divine messenger , archangel, Gabriel was depicted in Human form with wings. So we cannot restrict this depiction to Hinduism alone. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabriel Coming to the question part - "how did the rishis/munis who wrote Vedas/Purans after listening to Ākāśavāni predicted how a ...


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“Think of the universe as an ocean of ether, consisting of layer after layer of varying degrees of vibration under the action of Prana; away from the centre the vibrations are less, nearer to it they become quicker and quicker; one order of vibration makes one plane. Then suppose these ranges of vibrations are cut into planes, so many millions of ...


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Bhagavad Gita 7.25 नाहं प्रकाशः सर्वस्य योगमायासमावृतः । मूढोऽयं नाभिजानाति लोको मामजमव्ययम् ॥ Meaning: I am never manifest to the foolish and unintelligent. For them I am covered by My internal potency, and therefore they do not know that I am unborn and infallible. Explaination: According to Shankara, this verse states about the reason ...


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Except in Bala Kanda, Yuddha Kanda and Uttara Kanda, Sri Rama was not described as the incarnation of Vishnu. The episodes containing the eulogisation of Sri Rama as an incarnation of Vishnu are interpolated stories. https://hinduism.stackexchange.com/a/34970/3869 Sage Valmiki wrote the poem Ramayana, with the following purposes. To project a role models ...


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All the humans are dominated by one or more than one of the 3 Gunas, ie., Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. Whatever evil or good that one encounters or perceives is the result of one's deeds propelled by the Gunas. Again, what an evil/good to one, may not be perceived by the other as such. It is a relative concept. Sri Krishna says, one who transcends all ...


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It’s One aspect of Shiva called Vamadeva is responsible for veiling. It’s part of panchanana functions the five-fold functions of Shiva. Hiding knowledge that you have learnt at appropriate times or let it flow to your Jivatma. Of course that is delegated to Shanishwara mostly...it is in almost all Shaiva scriptures.. lookup https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/...


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I think there are two possible solutions First one: Epicurus paradox is actually correct in stating that Evil and an omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient benevolent God cannot simultaneously exist. And according to this approach Ishwara is benevolent, omniscient, omnipresent entity. But he is not omnipotent in that he can't do anything and everything he ...


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