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We are living in the time of Vaivaswatha Manu. I believe this Manu we are following. Every Manu writes his own rules depending upon the nature of the people of his time.


That the river is only about 5000 years old is bogus. It is foolish to believe that Meenakshi Kalyanam happened only then. The Matsya Purana legend is reliable. So the river is old by a few million years. Sage Agastya visited Podhigai hills to balance the earth and hence he is known as Siva-Tulya. He witnessed Parvati's marriage from South India. Agastya ...


No. Excepting the great Indian philosophers, even profound western philosophers from Plato to Nietzsche are found to tantalize with non-egalitarian, anti-democratic oder by appropriating Brahmin-centric (philosopher-centric) non-egalitarian system which is the actual sanction of nature's order, for inequality is the very fact of the nature. With non-...


No. The Manusmṛti is not meant for our time, nor theirs. I alluded to it not being our time before, however, I didn't say when it is meant to be for, because it never came up. First of all, it can't be our time because: सरस्वतीदृशद्वत्योर्देवनद्योर्यदन्तरम् । तं देवनिर्मितं देशं ब्रह्मावर्तं प्रचक्षते ॥ १७ ॥ sarasvatīdṛśadvatyordevanadyoryadantaram | taṃ ...

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