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Because Neither Narayana (Vishnu) nor Brahma are independent of Parameshvara Shiva, this is stated in Upanishads. “sarvakaraNAni manasi saMpratiShThApya dhyAna.n viShNuH prANaM manasi saha karaNaiH saMpratiShThApya dhyAtA rudraH prANaM manasi sahakaraNairnAdAnte paramAtmani saMpratiShThApya dhyAyIteshAnaM pradhyAyitavya.n sarvamidaM |” (Atharvashika ...


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In Mahabharata: Vana Parva: Arjunabhigamana Parva: Chapter 12, Lord Krishna himself says: "Vaisampayana continued, 'Having addressed Krishna thus, the illustrious Pandava, who was the soul of Krishna, became dumb, when Janardana (in reply addressed that son of Pritha) saying, 'Thou art mine and I am thine, while all that is mine is thine also! He that ...


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First of all it is (hopefully) kind of obvious they aren't just thieves. How would ordinary thieves even fit more than 16,000 women in their transport anyway? It depends on (weirdly) whether you believe the Manu Smriti or not. In Chapter 70 of Matsya Purana, the actual word used is Dasyu in plural and the nominative case. Dasyava: Dasyu is translated as ...


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Attachment is poison disguised as love. In attachment you care for others only for your benefit. That's why you hear things like "I did so many things for so and so person and see what I got back in return". Where was love here if you expecting someone in return? It's called hidden business. Love is a very high word. Not everyone can love. Most of ...


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There are two examples, I can think of that meet what your last question is looking for. Harinagara and Bindulaa. Although technically they are not mentioned as deities in the religion they are originally mentioned in (as in humans reading). You can tell it is a reference to the four horses of the four horsemen of the apocalypse in Christianity from the ...


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God Rama was dark-skinned [Ref: Valmiki Ramayana 2.88; Brahmanda Purana 2.3.63.193; Vayu Purana 2.26.191].


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