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Dharma? Manusmriti says: “धरयैतअनेना :इति धर्मां” “Dharyate anena iti dharma” That which is the very basis on which the Natural, Social and Cosmic phenomenon sustains is Dharma. We will look at these aspects in detail. ~(Matruvani) There is no equivalent word for Ḍharma in English. Ḍharma is not a duty, nor responsibility, nor an obligation, nor a ...


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In Gita 10.20 Lord Krishna says (Swami Nikhilananda translator): I am the Self [atma], o Gudakesa, seated in the heart of all creatures, I am the beginning, the middle, and the end of all beings. It would appear that Vivekananda is in consort with this verse and Krishna is in conflict with His own words in 9.4. Piecemeal analysis of different verses of the ...


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One has to look at three verses 9.4, 9.5 and 15.7 to answer this question. All this world is pervaded by Me, the Unmanifested Being. All objects subsist in Me, but not I in them. Gita 9.4 And yet objects do not abide in Me! Behold My mysterious Divine Power! Source and support of all objects and yet not abiding in (i.e. limited by) them. Gita 9.5 This ...


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