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Shankaracharya said in the 20th verse of Brahmajnanavalimala ब्रह्म सत्यं जगन्मिथ्या जीवो ब्रह्मैव नापरः । अनेन वेद्यं सच्छास्त्रमिति वेदान्तडिण्डिमः ॥ २०॥ Brahma Satyam Jagan Mithya Jivo Brahmaiva Na Aparah Brahman (the Absolute) is alone real; the world is unreal; Jiva is non-different from Brahman. The confusion comes from saying Jiva (actually Atman in ...


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If anadi karma has an end, i.e. moksha, that means that is has to have a beginning too. The attribute anadi-tva means the quality of not having a 'beginning'. For something to not have an 'end' the attribute is an-anta-tva. It is perfectly possible for something to not have a beginning but have an end. As far as 'first karma' is concerned, there is no such ...


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