How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism

How warriors are classified in Hinduism Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hinduism is amazing and it has all the ingredients to look for. Hinduism has great Grantas (Hindu divine books) which describe anything and everything related to Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) started from before the birth of a baby until and after death too. Hinduism explains how the heart beat starts, when it starts in the foetus (unborn baby). Hinduism has answers to all the questions around the world. Among those, let us now know about the different warriors classification in Hinduism. According to the Great Sanatana Dharma, there are different warriors who can be classified into different groups. Let us understand, how and why the warriors are classified into multiple groups: 1. रथी/ Rathi: He / She is a warrior capable of attacking a minimum of 5,000 warriors simultaneously. (Examples are Dasharatha Maharaja, Janaka Maharaja, Jatayu Pakshi, Vibhishana Maharaja etc). 2. अतिरथी/ Atirathi: He / She is a warrior capable of contending at least...
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What are the Mahabharata vows and curses

What are the Mahabharata vows and curses

What are the Mahabharata vows and curses Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! The Great Mahabharata is not just story, but it is full of knowledge. Any wise person who reads the Great Mahabharata can easily understand the greatness and importance of the Great Mahabharata. But this has to be done under a correct Guru, as in today's days there are many Swamys, Babas who doesn't know a bit Sanskrit, but they have stated to teach the Great Mahabharata and other Hindu Great Grantas (divine books). Thus we have to learn the Great Mahabharata and other Hindu Grantas (Hindu divine books) only under the guidance of correct Guru who have come in the Parampara (lineage) of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Now let us know the importance vows and curses in the Great Mahabharata. The important vows taken during the Great Mahabharata period are as given below: 1. Bhishma took a great vow that he won’t desire for death, until...
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Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata

Who killed whom in Mahabharata Namaste Sajjanas, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Mahabharata is the greatest epic that the mankind has ever heard and witnessed. Mahabharata says millions of people were killed in this great 'dharma yuddha' (Dharma war). Starting from Duryodhana, Shakuni, Dusshasana, Karna, Jayadrata, etc etc etc all were slayed down only because of their 'adharma karya' (Adharma works). Mahabharata teaches great lesson, that whatever we sow, same we will get as the fruits. If we do good Karma, we will get good fruits. If we do bad Karma, we will get fruits as per our bad Karmas. In Hindi there is a saying, "Jaise karni, waise bharni", means, the fruits we get depends on our type of works / Karmas (good or bad). Let us know, who killed who in Mahabharata. Let us consider during the Mahabharata war and also during other situation during the Mahabharata period. Ø    Putana - She was killed by Sri Krishna. She...
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Who is Sri Madhvacharya Ji & his greatness

Who is Sri Madhvacharya Ji & his greatness

Who is Sri Madhvacharya Ji & his greatness Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Sri Madhvacharya Ji and Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Sri Madhvacharya (Sanskrit: मध्वाचार्य), also known as 'Pūrna Prajña' (Knower of everything after Bhagavan Sri Hari and Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi) and Ānanda Tīrtha (Most happiest after Bhagavan Sri Hari and Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi) is an Indian philosopher, theologian and is the chief proponent of the Dvaita (All are unique) school of Vedanta. Sri Madhvacharya Ji called his philosophy as 'Tattvavāda' (All depends on truth and arguments as per the realistic / Vedas viewpoint). Before accepting the Sanyasi, Sri Madhvacharya ji was known as 'Vasudeva' (Read as Vaasudeva and not as Vasudeva). He was born in Pajaka near Udupi in Karnataka. Sri Madhvacharya Ji's Guru name is called as Achyuta-prekshacharya Ji. He is the only divine person who always believes in 'Monotheism', that is Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is the only God and all others are...
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Why did Krishna always helped Pandavas (Greatness of Pandavas)

Why did Krishna always helped Pandavas (Greatness of Pandavas)

Why did Krishna always helped Pandavas (Greatness of Pandavas) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Just before moving forward, let us have a small brief about Pandavas and their relationship with Pandavas. Pandavas were five brothers namely, Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva. Yudhishthira was an avatar of Sri Yama Deva, Bhima was an avatar of Sri Vayu Deva, Arjuna was an avatar of Sri Indra Deva, Sri Nakula and Sri Sahadeva were the avatars of Ashwini Kumars. Kunti Devi's biological father was Shurasena. He was a Yadava King. Her birth name was Pritha (That's why Arjuna is called as Partha, that is son of Pritha). Kunti Devi was the sister of Vasudeva (Bhagavan Sri Krishna's father) and thus she shared a divine relationship with Bhagavan Sri Krishna. Her father gave Kunti to his childless cousin known as 'Kuntibhoja' and thus she came to be known as Kunti. Come on friends, now first let us understand...
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Why do Hindu Gods give boons to demons (rakshasas)

Why do Hindu Gods give boons to demons (rakshasas)

Why do Hindu Gods give boons to demons (rakshasas) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to your and your family! We always hear that Devatas (Demigods) like Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva and others give boon (varam) to rakshasas. But why this happens? Why do Devatas (Demigods) like Sri Brahma, Sri Rudra Deva and others give boon (varam) to rakshasas. Rakshasas do tapas, they get boon (ashirvadam) (varam) from the Devatas, again these rakshasas cause problems to the common people. But why this happens, again and again? We should always remember for Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva and other Devatas we all are same, means as per our knowledge or qualities, the Devatas will give us ashirvadam / varam. This means, as per the Karmas done by these rakshasas - Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva and other Devatas will give ashirvadam / varam. But why the Devatas give the ashirvadam / varam - because the rakshasas have done the tapas...
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Are all Demons (Rakshas) are bad and all Brahmins are good in Hinduism?

Are all Demons (Rakshas) are bad and all Brahmins are good in Hinduism?

Are all Demons (Rakshas) are bad and all Brahmins are good in Hinduism? Namaste friends, how are you doing today. Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! First let us understand from where does the Rakshasas / Daityas etc. came from. The children of Kashyapa Maharshi and Diti Devi are called Rakshasas / Daityas etc. All Rakshasas / Daityas are not bad and similarly all Brahmanas (Brahmins) are not good. Let us understand with few examples as below: First we should remember that all the adhama jeevas / unlawful people are bad, whether he is born in Brahmana varna or in Kshatriya varna or in Vaishya varna or in Shudra varna or in any form, he / she is / are definitely bad people. Similarly all the Dharmika jeevas / lawful people are definitely good people irrespective of his / her varna, that is may be he / she is born in any form or in Shudra varna or in Vaishya varna or in...
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List of avatars in Mahabharata

List of avatars in Mahabharata

Which deities (Devatas) took avatar in Mahabharata Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Krishna blessings to you and your family! Mahabharata is the greatest epic that the mankind has ever known. This is written by Bhagavan Sri Veda Vyasa ji, who is an avatar of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. In the great epic Mahabharata we can learn everything starting from birth, death and even after birth lessons. This is the greatness of the great epic Mahabharata. Mahabharata means, "Great Bharata" (Great India). Whenever Bhagavan Sri Vishnu takes avatar, all the deities / Devatas also take avatars to do seva (serve) to Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Let us know which all deities / Devatas took birth during the Mahabharata period: List of avatars in Mahabharata are as given below: Krishna: Bhagavan Sri Narayana Vedavyasa: Bhagavan Sri Narayana Parashurama: Bhagavan Sri Narayana Yudhisthira: Lord Yamadeva Bhima: Lord Vayudeva. He is same as Sri Hanuman during Ramayana period. Devi: She was wife of Bhima and was an avatar of Rakaa (She is a Poornima...
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Who is next Brahma Deva (Is Hanuman the next Brahma Deva)

Who is next Brahma Deva (Is Hanuman the next Brahma Deva)

Who is next Brahma Deva (Is Hanuman the next Brahma Deva) Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Sri Hari has created a group of Devatas / Demigods, who are called as Rujus (रुजु / ರುಜು / ruju) or simply Ruju. Only this group of Devatas are allowed to be Sri Brahma Devas at the beginning of each Maha Kalpa. Rujus are at the highest Jeevas. They occupy the echelon immediately after Sri Lakshmi Devi. The present Sri Brahma Deva and Sri Mukhya Prana Deva / Sri Vayu Deva are also Rujus.  Rujus do not have any doshas / flaw and nor are they affected by the vikaras / deformity of the three gunas / qualities (sattva, rajasa, tamasa). Rujus have uncompromised bhakti in Sri Hari / Sri Vishnu. Only Rujus are qualified to occupy the post of Sri Brahma Deva (and Sri Vayu Deva). Others can’t occupy them under any circumstances or in any time...
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What are Lord Brahma fifth face unknown facts

What are Lord Brahma fifth face unknown facts

What are Lord Brahma fifth face unknown facts Namaste friends, how are your doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Lord Brahma Deva is the son of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. From Bhagavan Sri Vishnu's nabhi (Divine navel) Lord Brahma Deva takes birth. Lord Brahma Deva is very loving son of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. As Lord Brahma Deva is highly knowledgeable Devata / Demigod, Bhagavan Sri Vishnu gives his own name of Brahma to Lord Brahma Deva. (Brahma means highly knowledgeable, that is, this is Bhagavan Sri Vishnu's one of the unlimited names which is given to Lord Brahma Deva). Lord Brahma Deva always chants and does the stotram of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu. Lord Brahma Deva always wants to gain more and more knowledge about Bhagavan Sri Vishnu all the time. Lord Brahma Deva's consort name is called as Sri Saraswati Devi. Both Lord Brahma Deva and Sri Saraswati belongs to a group of Devatas / Demigods called as Rujus. Even Sri...
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