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To answer your question whether it can be followed is yes. But it is not recommended by the yuga dharma. The yuga dharma is designed in such a way that it is possible for the people living during those yugas to follow it and get the appropriate fruit and moksha. Similarly in Kali Yuga it's not possible for any ordinary man to practice yuga dharmas of other ...


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As you may already know, in Hinduism Dharma is represented as a Bull having four feet. In Krita Yuga, the Bull has its four legs intact. So, Dharma is fully functional in that age. In Treta the Bull has 3 legs, in Dwapara 2 and finally in Kali Yuga the Dharma-Bull is standing on just one leg. In other words the Bull barely can stand and Dharma falls apart in ...


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One should remember that the position of all in this age of Kali is :- 𝐒𝐢𝐦𝐚𝐝 𝐁𝐡𝐚𝐠𝐚𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐦 𝟏.𝟏.𝟏𝟎 prāyeṇālpāyuṣaḥ sabhya kalāv asmin yuge janāḥ mandāḥ sumanda-matayo manda-bhāgyā hy upadrutāḥ " O learned one, in this iron age of Kali men have but short lives. They are quarrelsome, lazy, misguided, unlucky and, above all, always disturbed....


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That the Yugas are primarily dependent on the character and outlook of an individual is made clear in Vedic texts such as Aitareya Brahmana. As society and the nation is made up of individuals, the whole society and nation will move into Krita Yuga or Kali Yuga depending on whether individuals are themselves in the mentality of Krita Yuga or Kali Yuga. The ...


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Yeah, Kali-yuga comprises of only 1000 divya years excluding 200 years of transition period. We are specifically in pre-sandhi period of Kali-yuga according to Jyotiṣa Vedāṅga [Ref. Sūrya Siddhānta Chapter 1.17] which would be the most appropriate place to look at for this question. Another reference of the same is in Mahābhārata, 12.231, The duration of ...


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