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Meaning of "ऋतस्य श्रृंगमुर्विया विपप्रथे।"

Your hymn is most likely from Rigved because of its shortness and you should be able to find it under the Suktas of Varuna. You see the later Vedas tend to have longer hymns. Esp. Yajur is in Gadya ...
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Do any Hindu Scriptures talk about Mahavira or any other Jain Tirthankaras?

Yes. In Śiva, Padma, Viṣṇu, Liṅga, Matsya Purāṇa-s. To delude the Asuras with false doctrines, Viṣṇu created him in an incident known as Māyāmohaprakaraṇa. Albeit here he is known as Arihat/Arihan. &...
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Do any Hindu Scriptures talk about Mahavira or any other Jain Tirthankaras?

Rig Veda makes a clear reference to Rishabha and Arsishtanami , the Jaina tirthankaras. Rishabha , the first tirthankar of Jainism , is known to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He is mentioned in ...
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Do any Hindu Scriptures talk about Mahavira or any other Jain Tirthankaras?

There is a possible reference to mahavira in bhagavata purANa 5.15 (as mahavira is considered as son of bharata in his previous birth) : śrī-śuka uvāca bharatasyātmajaḥ sumatir nāmābhihito yam u ha ...
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Is Dharma Sastha mentioned in Upapuranas & other Samhitas from Skanda Purana?

Or at least they mentioned the word "Sastha"? word "SAsta" is mentioned as one of the 11 rudras in 3 other chapters in skandapurANa : Kaumārikā-khaṇḍa chapter 5 : 79-80. He is ...
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correct verse and its reference - govinda prekṣaṇā kṣepi vāspa pūrā vivarṣinam ucce anindadānanda maravinda vilocanā

This verse is from the Bhakti-rasāmṛta-sindhu (2.3.54). govinda-prekṣaṇākṣepi- bāṣpa-pūrābhivarṣiṇam uccair anindad ānandam aravinda-vilocanā “The lotus-eyed Rādhārāṇī powerfully condemned the ...
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Where in the Ramayana is it said that all the gods worship sage Agastya while the sage himself worships Śiva alone?

In the Valmiki Ramayana Critical Edition of Aranya Kanda, are present the following verses, when Lord Rama enters the hermitage of Agastya - 3011015a taṁ śiṣyaḥ praśritaṁ vākyam agastyavacanaṁ bruvan ...
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Can women wear tulsi mala?

Any person can wear a Tulasi Mala as there's no discrimination of pure or impure as per the Puranas. For example, it is stated: In Vishnu Dharmottara, Bhagavan Sri Krishna says, “Without a doubt, ...
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