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Lord Mahadeva does really exist. He stays on Mount Kailash, which is currently present in Tibet. But for a normal human eye, Mount Kailash looks like just normal mountain. The people well versed in Yoga can see divine Mount Kailash with Lord Mahadeva at that place. Just like how Parameswara always stays at Kasi, He also stays in human form as Rudra or ...


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It needs extreme ascetic power to behold Mahadeva sitting in Kailash by directly going there. Even the diverse class of Munis, Gods, and Siddhas can't do that then what to say of present day Humans. The Mahabharata tells that only the most exalted of the beings Nara-Narayana can behold him sitting there. Here is how Garuda describes Kailash in this chapter ...


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See the following passage from the Devi Bhagavata Purana (Book 3; Chapter 13): The two sons Priyavrata and Uttânapâda were born of Manu in the womb of S’atarûpâ and the three daughters, very beautiful and fair complexioned, were also born of him. Creating then, the Bhagavân, the lotus born Brahmâ built the beautiful Brahma-loka, on the top of the ...


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(I don't know about Kailasha, but can answer about Vaikunta) No & Yes. If you had asked "Are humans allowed in Vaikunta?", answer would still be No & Yes. Only those atma which have exhausted all their karma, hence by definition got rid of any prakrita shareera (Bhagavad Gita 'Tyatkva Deham punar janma'), which happens as a consequence of bathing ...


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