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Eternal Hell in regards to Mahabharta

The given ślokas aren't from Udyoga Parva (314.105-107). In the link given by OP, it's from adhyāya 311 of Vana Parva. In the Gītā Press version, it's adhyāya no. 313, śloka 103 onwards in Vana Parva. ...
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Are there any verses of reduced punishment for sinners in kaliyug

Firstly, there is no concept of 'sin' in the framework of Hindu traditions. There is a concept of pāpa or adharma but that's not equivalent to 'sin'. tyajedeśaṁ kṛtayuge tretāyāṁ grāmamuśrjet / ...
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Why does Skanda Purana say to cut off the tongue of a low-caste person who reads the Vedas?

One explanation offered by Medhatithi is that whoever studies the Vedas should study the whole thing, not just a few verses/passages from here and there. Therefore a shudra is to be punished for ...
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Eternal Hell in regards to Mahabharta

As the other answer points out, the sanskrit slokas referred by the OP are - yakṣa uvāca — akṣayo narakaḥ kena prāpyate bharatarṣabha / etanme mṛcchataḥ praśnanaṁ tacchīghraṁ vaktumarhasi // ...
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