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You can find it here . In starting sanskrit text is present , however the link I sent directly starts from english translation


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I consider Milk to be a vegetarian product, and egg to be a non-vegetarian product. My reasoning is as follows: Eggs contain a single unfertilized cell - the yolk which when fertilized has the ability to grow into a new and unique organism - i.e. life. Milk, on the other hand, does not contain such structures. One can argue that it contains unicellular ...


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The last verse of the extant version of Manu Smriti says: 12.126. A twice-born man who recites these Institutes, revealed by Manu, will be always virtuous in conduct, and will reach whatever condition he desires. This hints that only twice born persons are qualified to recite/read Manu Smriti. Vyasa Smriti, however, explicitly states that only Dvijas, who ...


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From Harita Dharma sutra 21,23 Women belong to two classes. Brahmavadinis and Sadyovadhus. Among these two, there is ordained for Brahmavadinis the sacrament of investiture with sacred thread, the fire sacrifice, the study of the Vcdas in her own house and to beg alms. For Sadyovadhus, the rule is that when their marriageable time approaches, the mere ...


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Is it same as the name 'Rama' which we use in daily life? From the Upanishad itself, 2nd Adhyaya: वन्हिर्नारायणो नाझड्यो जाठरः केवलोऽपि च ॥ ६॥ द्व्यक्षरो मन्त्रराजोऽयं सर्वाभीष्टप्रदस्ततः । Vanhi (र) coupled with Narayana (आ) and the Jathara (म) alone make up the two letter mantra (राम) which is the king of mantras that fullfils all the desires within one'...


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Quoting verses from Manusmriti - 1.102 - For the knowledge of deeds of brahmin and other varnas , the wise Manu , son of Brahma , has created this Manusmriti shastra. 1.103 - A learned brahmin should study this shastra diligently and preach it well to disciples.A person of any other varna should not preach it . 2.16 - From conception to funeral , for whom ...


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It is incorrect to say that the fruit of sin goes only to the husband after marriage. Sins and merits are shared equally between husband and wife, for as per the Manusmriti, Vedic rites have been enjoined for them jointly. The Brihaspati smriti explains that husband and wife are like two halves and the fruit of action is shared by those two halves. Here the ...


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Ayodhya's tirtha-sthala (holy spots) like the exact location of Shree Rama janma-bhoomi, Rishi Lomasha ashrama (hermitage), Vasishtha-kunda, Brihaspati-kunda, etc. which are mentioned in ancient scriptures all exist in present-day Ayodhya [Ref: Skanda Purana 2.8.1-10]. God Rama killed Tadaka and they reached Rishi Vishwamitra's Siddhashrama, at present-day ...


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