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Indra Loka and Deva Loka are the same since Indra is the leader of the Devas who lives in their capital Amravati. The place is mentioned at many places and am sharing some of the references below. On the other hand, Vaikuntha is the spiritual abode of Lord Vishnu and scriptures give details of it as well. INDRA LOKA: SECTION CLXVII of the Vana Parva of ...


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The devata of Rigveda tenth mandala 47 and 48 suktas (hymns) is Indra Vaikuntha. This is not Vishnu but one of the incarnations of Lord Indra. He is named as Vaikuntha because of his mother Vikuntha, daughter of Prajapati. There is a text called Bṛhaddevatā which is written by Sage Shaunaka. This text contains the details of the deities worshipped in hymns ...


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The Devata of Rig-Veda Mandala 10 - Sukta 47-50. Is Indra-Vaikuntha. And here in these suktas Indra is called as Vaikuntha. And why he is called so ? The possible answer is found in Shreemad Bhagavad Purana - Skanda 8- Chapter 5- Verse 4. Here the purana tells us that Vaikuntha is name of one of the incarnations of Lord Vishnu as well as Vaikunthas are ...


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Yes, Advaita moksha is different from both dvaita and Vishishtadvaita Vedanta. Advaita Vedanta This school believes both in moksha while still living (Jivanmukti) and after death (krama-mukti). It is not possible to go any further since Advaita moksha is non-dual in nature. Nevertheless I am posting the following passage: Bhishma continued [Suka said],’....


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There are references to various places where the Avataras of Vishnu reside. Varaha Avatara resides in a sumptuous palace on Mount Meru. There is reference to this Skanda Purana under the Chapter Venkatesha Mahatmyam. I have no idea or reference to the worlds of Narasimha and Vaamana, but Parshurama still resides on the earth. If more clarifications or ...


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(I don't know about Kailasha, but can answer about Vaikunta) No & Yes. If you had asked "Are humans allowed in Vaikunta?", answer would still be No & Yes. Only those atma which have exhausted all their karma, hence by definition got rid of any prakrita shareera (Bhagavad Gita 'Tyatkva Deham punar janma'), which happens as a consequence of bathing ...


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Nitaibol! It depends on which Sampradaya you follow. The traditional 2 Vaishnav schools (Sri Vaishnavs and Dvaitins) believe that there is only Vaikuntha. We Gaudiyas believe that there are Vaikuntha planets, but many varieties according to the mood of the devotee. Most of the reference of Goloka comes from Sri Brahma Samhita: sahasra-patra-kamalaḿ ...


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