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What does hinduism say about killing insects?

This is what Lord Krishna says in Uddhava Gita A saintly person should step or place his foot on the ground only after verifying with his eyes that there are no living creatures, such as insects, who ...
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What does hinduism say about killing insects?

Hinduism says that it is impossible to avoid killing insects. Tuladhara said, ‘People regard the profession of agriculture to be sinless. That profession, however, is certainly frought with cruelty. ...
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The story of Ajamila

The below verses are self explanatory. That old man Ajāmila had ten sons, of whom the youngest was a baby named Nārāyaṇa. Since Nārāyaṇa was the youngest of all the sons, he was naturally very dear ...
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Will we take birth as crows after death?

The ancestors roam around in the form of crows. Or another way to put it is ancestors come in the disguise of crows to accept the offerings. Quoting from Baudhayana Dharmasutras Praśna II, Adhyāya 8, ...
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Does soul have an identity after it departs the human body?

The following Summary is from Rśi Vaśiṣṭha Ramayanam and the letters of Sri Ramana Maharshi: Jīva (also pronounced as jeeva), is the innate or primordial force that inherits this body. It tethers ...

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