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It is not necessary that the we will have to wait till the next life. But it takes time. And, mostly, the time taken is greater than one lifetime. This can be understood if we visualize our Karmas in the form of tree that bears fruits. Lord Shiva says the following: DAridrya-dukkha-rogAshcha vandhana-vyAsanAni cha | AtmAparAdha-vrikshasya phalAn-yetAni ...


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If insect doing any harm to people then such kind of insect called 'tamas' & to kill such insect is not any kind of sin. If you do some thing for a good reason, it’s not a sin, but if you do something for a bad reason, it is not accepted. Most of the time, when we kill an animal, we do it because we are protecting ourselves from the potential attack of ...


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Irrespective of the knowledge that one possesses, respect that one commands, kindness one shows towards one's fellow beings, death is inevitable (B.G.2.27). It is quite waste of time in trying to understand/fathom the Natural Laws set by the Almighty. Understanding the origin of this world, the life and Death, etc, come under this category. Seers of Vedic ...


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There are 60 odd in Manusmriti that prescribe behavior for students starting from 2.175 . Not only do they include behavior and lifestyle, but also to-do and not-to-do list


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No, we are not doing adharma. To grief on the loss of something is natural, but whether we employ reason and wisdom to stop mourning about things that are but inevitable is a matter of choice. Common people like us generally do not discriminate and do not employ reason for such things. So when we grieve someone who is wise tells us wise and comforting words ...


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Karma is something which a person has to go through no matter it is good or bad. It is said that the moment one's Karma is over for their current life, the person dies. The Upanishads state that if you hold Karma, good or bad, you have to take birth to finish it off. The Moksha is attained only when you go beyond Karma cycle. Then the person is also removed ...


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Yes there is mentioning of a creature called as "Sarabha" , having eight legs , who dwells in snow mountains and is foe of elephants and lions etc. i.e. he is a eight-legged beast. This Sharabha creature is mentioned in Mahabharata -Shanti Parva- Rajadharmanushasana Parva- Chapter 117. This is a story of a dog transformed into various animals like lion ,...


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