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According to Shankaracharya Puranas are authentic, but the Puranas mentioned in Upanishads refer to Brahmana portion of the Vedas as per his Upanishadic Bhasya. As from a fire kindled with wet faggot diverse kinds of smoke issue, even so, my dear, the Ṛg-Veda, Yajur-Veda, Sāma-Veda, Atharvāṅgirasa, History(Epics), Mythology(Puranas), arts, Upaniṣads, verses,...


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Vedas are Anadi, Ananta and Apaurusheya - eternal, infinite and uncreated. That means they exist forever - before, after and during - Srushti, Sthithi and Pralaya. The entire modern/scientific thought is entrenched in the notion of everything having a beginning and an end. Unless you grasp the concept of infinite eternity, you can't fully understand Atma or ...


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Problems like Corona are natural phenomenon and there is no need to bring in Saints to solve it. Everyone faces their own individual Karma. Scriptures say that the world is a very dangerous place to live in and so advice moksha. Saints understand and share pain of others and try to uplift them from Avidya by bestowing Jnana which gives strength to face all ...


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