Sarvottam Kumar Mishra
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Is the story of Sita's banishment present in any scriptures other than Valmiki Ramayana?
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Maa sita's banishment is mentioned in ramcharitamanas as well. In ramcharitamanas-balkand sag tulsidas says: बंदउँ अवध पुरी अति पावनि। सरजू सरि कलि कलुष नसावनि॥ प्रनवउँ पुर नर नारि बहोरी। ममता जिन्ह ...

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Did Bhagavaan Krshn engage in sexual intercourse with gopinis?
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All those Krishna-Gopi episodes happened when Krishna's age was LESS than 11 ie before he left braja. Mahābhārata/Harivaṃśa & Śrīmad Bhāgavata DO NOT describe sexual intercourse in these episodes ....

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Where does the `real Ayodhya` lies and where does the Lord Ram born?
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I don't have a copy of uttarkand-valmikiramayana so I can't talk about the first point however there's no mention of ayodhyapuri as such, balkand-18 talks about rama birth and it only says ayodhya. ...

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Does this sculpture of Lord Shiva really exist somewhere?
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This is a real statue and was visarjit on 10 sept 2011. After that a new statue of shiva was placed on the same site.

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How to gain mental strength?
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Bhagavad Gita 6.5: “उद्धरेदात्मनात्मानं नात्मानमवसादयेत् । आत्मैव ह्यात्मनो बन्धुरात्मैव रिपुरात्मनः ॥ “One should lift up oneself by oneself. One should not let oneself get depressed or defeated -...

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word-for-word translation of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam śloka 5.12.11
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The word-to-word translation of entire shrimadbhagwatam can be found here The word to word translation of the specific shloka 5.12.11 is jñānam — the supreme knowledge; viśuddham — without ...

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Are there any English translations of Madhva's and Ramanuja's Gita Bhasya?
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Maximum commentries of all the well known acharyas can be found on gitasupersite by IITK

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When do Lava and Kusha sing the song in Ramayana?
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Lava-kusha meet shri ram in sarga-4 of balakand and say the katha of rama. Valmiki composed twenty four thousand verses and taught them to Lava and Kusha, the sons of Rama and Seetha. The two ...

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