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2:18 AM
Q: Kashmir Shaivism on 10 major Upanishads

LokeshBhagavadpad Adi Shankaracharya commentary on Upanishads is no doubt a masterpiece, but it is very detailed, sometimes so much detailed that a beginner like me feel completely lost in a completely different subject matter than what is being discussed in the Upanishad. Same happened to me when I wa...

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6:41 AM
Q: Is notion of Pati - Parameśvara (husband is the Supreme Lord) based on scriptures?

ViviktaIn this question: Why a husband is called पतीपरमेश्वर (Pati Parmeshwar)? Whom should a wife devote to at time of death?, one of the answer gives reasons why husband might be considered like the Lord, by citing a conversation between devī Kauśalyā & Mātā Sītā, before the three, leave for the vanav...

7:28 AM
Q: Where is mention of famous Mantra Sarve Sukhino Bhavantu in Scriptures?

Sethu Srivatsa KoduruWhere is this prayer mentioned? I checked in Shanti Mantras of Upanishads but couldn't find reference Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah Sarve Santu Niramayah Sarve Bhadrani Pasyantu Ma Kaschid-Duhkha-Bhag-Bhavet May all be happy; May all be free from disabilities; May all behold what is auspicious; May no...

7:52 AM
Q: What is the number of people from Varnas required to form a government in the Mahabharata?

Dragon DroidI had watched a video of Jaipur Dialogues on YouTube some time back. It is difficult for me to go through all the videos again. In that video it was mentioned that - w number of Brahmins x number of Kshatriyas y number of Vaishyas z number of Shudras are mentioned as the ideal set of people to fo...

8:16 AM
Q: What is the Rahasyashatra (रहस्यशास्त्र) Sri Abhinavagupta talks about in BG 3.11

LokeshIn Bhagavad Gita chapter 3.11, Sri Abhinavagupta talks about a text rahasyashastram मूल श्लोक: देवान्भावयतानेन ते देवा भावयन्तु वः। परस्परं भावयन्तः श्रेयः परमवाप्स्यथ।।3.11।। (Sri Abhinavagupta commentary on 3.11) य(त)त्र येषां मोक्षप्राधान्यं तैरेव विषयाः सेव्या इत्युच्यते देवानिति। देवाः क्री...

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9:25 AM
@TheLittleNaruto Hello
how are you?
I want o know about prosus acquisition of our stack sites.
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1:03 PM
Q: Why do the bride and groom go round the fire 7 times during the marriage rituals?

Ethan25I read a post which said the reason to be that from numbers 1-9 only number by which 360 cannot be divided is 7 so they go 7 rounds which symbolises that their bond is un breakable, but I read something related to saptapadi.

1:24 PM
@hanugm Hello
@hanugm I am good. How are you?
@hanugm I just learned about it.
Nice @TheLittleNaruto
Oh! any issue for us?
@hanugm You may check this blog for detailed news: stackoverflow.blog/2021/06/02/prosus-acquires-stack-overflow
I will be happy if no restriction for us.....
No idea as of now. Let's see.
1:27 PM
Q: Notion of "Patni Parameshvari (Wife is the Supreme Goddess)" - found in scriptures?

ViviktaSimilar to this question where I ask: Is notion of Pati - Parameśvara (husband is the Supreme Lord) based on scriptures? Does canonical texts enjoin: Patnī Parameśvarī (पत्नी परमेश्वरी) - i.e., A Wife is equivalent to the Supreme Goddess to her Husband? Which scriptures have the notion of Wife be...

@hanugm TBH Ever since new CEO took the role, I kinda understood that they were working on acquisition.
dunno how I got that instinct.
If it becomes a company,
then more rules will come
and we may loose freedom........
In fact I had discussed with one of my German friend about it.
What did he tell?
@hanugm Generally new company works on Finance department. They will try to get rid of unnecessary investments.
@hanugm Not him, I had told.
my instinct
1:32 PM
@TheLittleNaruto Yeah... :(
@TheLittleNaruto Oh! :-|
baby got moksha

Site not yet graduated

New acquisition................
@hanugm haha
all are causing disturbance........
How are things?
Got any chance for meditation ?
@TheLittleNaruto Not meditating.... Studying only............
Started some changes in life...
Like eating habits etc.,
@hanugm I hope my satsanga on Importance and Understanding of meditation. was not a waste effort. :D :D
@hanugm nice
1:37 PM
@TheLittleNaruto Yeah, I remember.... and thinks about that... but, I think I didn't reach to such level yet... It may take an year from now...
It will not be an waste effort for sure...
What is your opinion on Isha foundation?
I have some gurus available there to join...
As long as their intention is not specific to Vedas, I don't trust any foundation.
Just my opinion.
But, I am thinkinking about this: hinduism.stackexchange.com/questions/44433/…
Yeah, nice opinion....
Vedas are meant to be spread for the wellness of society and country and the world.
And anything else is not.
@TheLittleNaruto Puranas ithihasas?
I think they are nothing but the expansion of Vedas...
@hanugm itihasa is important as well. I don;t consider puranas at same level.
Again my opinion only and not to hurt others
1:41 PM
Yeah ,,, @TheLittleNaruto
I never read vedas.....
We simply can't get access to Vedas without initiation
Yeah @TheLittleNaruto That's why I restrict myself ....
even though there are many resources available on the internet, it'll never be fruitful
without initiation
@hanugm Why to restrict?
@TheLittleNaruto What about vedanta shastras?
@TheLittleNaruto Because I got no initiation yet....
@hanugm :D
I don't subscribe to Vedanta.
1:43 PM
@hanugm Get yourself initiated. Everyone of us has complete right to access Vedas
the great treasure of knowledge
@TheLittleNaruto Any channel to get initiation?
@hanugm Try Gayatri Parivaar
Foundation like Gayatri Parivaar, I would recommend to follow.
This one? awgp.org
1:46 PM
Oh! I will read.......
When Vedas were losing its status and importance, in this Kaliyuga, Pundit Shree Ram Sharma Acharya and his divine wife together formed this pariwar and gave access to gayatri to the mango Hindus
Oh! aam Hindu admi.,..
Yes :D
Just like a river finds a way, a true seeker of Vedas will find a way to get initiated. So no need to restrict yourself. Be open to be receptive.
Yeah @TheLittleNaruto I try to get initiation early........ O
yay! \o/
"Dharmo rakshati rakshitaha - Dharma protects those who protect it"
~~ Reference Rickross's Profile
1:51 PM

And baby is also waiting ...........
lol you're so much into Baby Be'el
Your professional aspects are going well?
@TheLittleNaruto Yeah, baby helped me during my early days...
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3:50 PM
Q: Is Gandaberunda mentioned in shastras?

RudraI heard from all that its all interpolations and he is not really mentioned in shastras. Today, i come across someone who said he is mentioned in some tantras.

4:38 PM
Q: Drona pleasing Lord Shiva

AmethystI heard this description of Drona: He that pleased Lord Shiva using a shower of arrows Is this true?Please give scriptural references.

5:01 PM
Q: Who is that Bhuvaneshwari devi as mentioned in Srimad Devi Bhagavatam? Every body knows Bhuvaneshwari as 4th Mahavidya. But it's different in Devi.Bh

Devi DasAs all shaktas know that the Deity of Devi Bhagavatam is Adya shakti Bhuvaneshwari. But there are some confusions though. In devi bhagvatam devi Bhuvaneshwari is called as Moolprakriti from whom 5 devis appeared named- Durga,Radha,Lakshmi,Saraswati and Savitri. So,my doubt is that among Mahavidya...

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7:01 PM
Q: Do the sages of RgVedic times know the basic distinction between a star and a planet?

Prakash RPWe've heard of the RgVedic ' Navagraha ' that includes the sun but excludes the earth. Nevertheless, we know the sun is Not a ' graha '(meaning planet) but the earth is. This moves me to wonder whether the sages of the RgVedic times Really meant a planet by the term ' graha ', and whether they we...

Q: Is Dauhitru (Daughter's son) allowed to be a bhokta at annual Shraddha?

Abhijith NagarajanNamo vah My maatulah (maama, mother's brother) is performing annual Shraddha of my maternal grand father and he invited me to take part in the Shraddha as a bhokta. Am I allowed to take part this way? Any Shastra pramana will be hugely helpful. Added to this My mother will also be there at the ce...


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