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https://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m01/m01003.htm "In the interval between the Treta and Dwapara Yugas, Rama (the son of Jamadagni) great among all who have borne arms, urged by impatience of wrongs, repeatedly smote the noble race of Kshatriyas. And when that fiery meteor, by his own valour, annihilated the entire tribe of the Kshatriyas, he formed at ...


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https://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/vp/vp077.htm "In every Dwápara (or third) age, Vishńu, in the person of Vyása, in order to promote the good of mankind, divides the Veda, which is properly but one, into many portions: observing the limited perseverance, energy, and application of mortals, he makes the Veda fourfold, to adapt it to their capacities; and ...


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As far as I know Shri Vishnu's incarnation of Varah Avtaar took place at the beginning of this Kalpa. He fought against and killed the demon Hiranyaaksh and restored the Earth along with the 4 Vedas which had been stolen by the demon Haygriv during the night of Bramhdev. He took out the Earth, which is said to have been drowned at the bottom of the sea due ...


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Parashara Smriti answers these questions. Quoting verses from the first Chapter of the text: " All laws arose in the Krita age ; all have vanished in the Kali age. Expound a part of the rules of conduct fit for the four castes, such as are common (to all) " In each Kalpa (the deities) Brahma and "Vishnu and Shiva, and the expounders of the ...


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Neither is the answer. Scripture does not have veto power for matters like customs and traditions that can be decided by reason. Vedas should be used only in matters which can not be probed by any scientific method or decided by human reason. Vedic authority does not extend to matters which can be decided by human reason. I am posting some quotes that will ...


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