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Why did gopis spend their time with Sri Krishna?

The Gopis were attracted to Sri Krishna because of two main interrelated reasons:- Physical Attraction: Krishna is said to be impossibly attractive. Even the word Krishna means attractive. Even ...
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Why does Krishna say worshipers of other deities do not reach him, although they are also only worshiping him indirectly?

The import of this shloka is vested in Brahma Sutra 3.2.38, 3.2.40. Accordingly, Ishwara (Supreme reality) is the sole karma-phala-dhaatha. From this,” i.e. from Brahman alone, arises “the fruit” ...
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Why does God stress both on Sansar and Moksha

For who has the true quest to attain moksha,the choice over ,one of different paths of yoga according to one's own tendencies ,as a stepping stone to embark on, is left to the individual as conveyed ...
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If a parent has one and only child, will he not be able to learn to play the flute?

As far as I know is Hinduism there is no texts or scriptures stating that if a parent has one and only child that their child cannot play the flute. I searched through I internet and could not find ...
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Why negative results in life cannot be attributed to god in the form of blame?

Why negative results in life cannot be attributed to god in the form of blame? Ans:-Religion does not fetter man's free-will. It leaves him quite free to act, but tells him at the same time what is ...
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Why negative results in life cannot be attributed to god in the form of blame?

You say that if a barren couple has a child then God gets the credit because the right to the fruit of action is God's. If that child dies then the right to the fruit of action is God's and so God ...
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Why was the punishment of Jayadratha’s sins given to his father?

Isn't Krishna committed Adharma in the above case? to me this looks like an Adharmic act which cannot be justified by the rules of Mahabharata war. Debroy translation: https://archive.org/details/the-...
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