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He said brahm(ब्रह्म) and not brahmA(ब्रह्मा). There is a difference. Lord Vishnu is considered as brahm; so it is perfectly fine to refer him as. As per the definition of brahm: Brahm or Brahman is "the unchanging reality amidst and beyond the world", which "cannot be exactly defined". It has been described in Sanskrit as Sat-cit-ānanda[1] and as the ...


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Vedas and Kavyas are entirely different. Vedas are called Apaurusheya which means authorless. They were heard. Ramayana is a kavya written by man - Valmiki. Valmiki written the story of Rama using different words, analogies, embellishments, comparisons. Hence he is called Adi Kavi. Rigveda consists of mantras. Verses in Vedas are called mantras. These ...


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Shodhganga's article What is Kavya?, explains Imaginations and emotions are basic concepts of Kavya (creative literature) which are often expressed in metrical compositions. Kavya has figurative language, typical diction, nature, and words in various combinations, which means the choice and arrangement of ...


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The question is: Can Mahabharata be dated in relation to Ramayana using Hindu, Jain and Buddhist scriptures? We have some difficulties in ascertaining the period of occurrence of Ramayana and Mahabharata. the composers of the EPICs Ramayana and Mahabharata or Hindu scriptures were not in the habit of writing history books like historians of our era. ...


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