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The Post on Sins (Part - 1) Sins which you shouldn't do as per Dharma It may land you to hell.

All the points are taken from Shastras Disclaimer : Atheists stay away.

1. Murdering
2. Killing foetus
3. Breaking Holy vows
4. Murdering a woman ( special punishment )
5. Poisoning someone
6. Not doing duty / being lazy
7. No compassion to poor people
8. Killing animals for fun
9. Drinking Liquor
10. Being Regular in Gambling
11. Engaging in Prostitution
12. Giving a false witness
13. Cutting Trees without much need
14. Uttering falsehood
15. Killing cows and cattles
16. Stealing Gold ( Mahāpātakā )
17. Intercourse with family members ( Ticket to Taptakumbha )
18. Theft
19. Hating own Father and Mother
20. Not taking care of old parents and gaurdians
21. Practicing Magic or Witchcraft for harming others .
22. Keeping pets as Hogs , birds , dogs and cats
23. Follower of one who do adultery
24. Destroying Nets and Bee hives
25. He who causes impotence to others
26. He who hunt lions and tigers for fun
27. A mature person who is instructed what to do and what not to do by his children as per Shâstras .
28. who deviate from the duties imposed upon them by their condition, whether in thought, word, or deed.
29. Kidnapping for adharma
30. Seeing other's village and crops to fire
31. Enjoying other's property
32. Guru Hatya
33. Doing astrology by going house to house for looting people
34. Ooppresing the poor or good people and not helping them if required despite having resources .
35. Intercourse with animals ( Ticket to Vajrakantakashali )
36. Men who marry to intercourse and reject them after sometime ( Ticket to Punyodakam hell)
37. The man who makes his wife swallow his semen ( Ticket to Lalabhaksham ) ( Thrown into river of semen , only food available there is semen )
38. Terrorists ( Thrown into Sarameyasanam hell )
39. For the maintenance of their bodies and the satisfaction of their tongues, cruel persons cook poor animals and birds alive. Such persons are condemned even by man-eaters. ( Ticket to Kumbhipâk of boiling waters of oil )
40. By the arrangement of the Supreme Lord, low-grade living beings like bugs and mosquitoes suck the blood of human beings and other animals. Such insignificant creatures are unaware that their bites are painful to the human being. A human being endowed with knowledge certainly commits sin if he kills or torments insignificant creatures, who have no discrimination. The Supreme Lord punishes such a man by putting him into the hell known as Andhakūpa.
41. There are men and women in this world who sacrifice human beings to deities and then eat their victims’ flesh. Those who perform such sacrifices are taken after death to the abode of Yamarāja, where their victims, having taken the form of Rākṣasas, cut them to pieces with with sharpened swords.
[ Bhagwat Puran ]
 
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@Haldilal Is the concept of hell even present in Dharmac religions? Isn't moksha a pertinent concent in Dharmic religions instead of hell?
 

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@Haldilal Is the concept of hell even present in Dharmac religions? Isn't moksha a pertinent concent in Dharmic religions instead of hell?
Svarga & Naraka exists as Puranas will tell you. Annada Thakur has written about visiting two Narakas in Suksma Sarira where he was taken by Thakur Ramkrishna. 1st naraka is for neglect in Kartavyas & 2nd is for those people who doesn't believe in Ishwar.
 

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Yalls Niggiars The Post on Sins (Part - 1) Sins which you shouldn't do as per Dharma It may land you to hell.

All the points are taken from Shastras Disclaimer : Atheists stay away.

1. Murdering
2. Killing foetus
3. Breaking Holy vows
4. Murdering a woman ( special punishment )
5. Poisoning someone
6. Not doing duty / being lazy
7. No compassion to poor people
8. Killing animals for fun
9. Drinking Liquor
10. Being Regular in Gambling
11. Engaging in Prostitution
12. Giving a false witness
13. Cutting Trees without much need
14. Uttering falsehood
15. Killing cows and cattles
16. Stealing Gold ( Mahāpātakā )
17. Intercourse with family members ( Ticket to Taptakumbha )
18. Theft
19. Hating own Father and Mother
20. Not taking care of old parents and gaurdians
21. Practicing Magic or Witchcraft for harming others .
22. Keeping pets as Hogs , birds , dogs and cats
23. Follower of one who do adultery
24. Destroying Nets and Bee hives
25. He who causes impotence to others
26. He who hunt lions and tigers for fun
27. A mature person who is instructed what to do and what not to do by his children as per Shâstras .
28. who deviate from the duties imposed upon them by their condition, whether in thought, word, or deed.
29. Kidnapping for adharma
30. Seeing other's village and crops to fire
31. Enjoying other's property
32. Guru Hatya
33. Doing astrology by going house to house for looting people
34. Ooppresing the poor or good people and not helping them if required despite having resources .
35. Intercourse with animals ( Ticket to Vajrakantakashali )
36. Men who marry to intercourse and reject them after sometime ( Ticket to Punyodakam hell)
37. The man who makes his wife swallow his semen ( Ticket to Lalabhaksham ) ( Thrown into river of semen , only food available there is semen )
38. Terrorists ( Thrown into Sarameyasanam hell )
39. For the maintenance of their bodies and the satisfaction of their tongues, cruel persons cook poor animals and birds alive. Such persons are condemned even by man-eaters. ( Ticket to Kumbhipâk of boiling waters of oil )
40. By the arrangement of the Supreme Lord, low-grade living beings like bugs and mosquitoes suck the blood of human beings and other animals. Such insignificant creatures are unaware that their bites are painful to the human being. A human being endowed with knowledge certainly commits sin if he kills or torments insignificant creatures, who have no discrimination. The Supreme Lord punishes such a man by putting him into the hell known as Andhakūpa.
41. There are men and women in this world who sacrifice human beings to deities and then eat their victims’ flesh. Those who perform such sacrifices are taken after death to the abode of Yamarāja, where their victims, having taken the form of Rākṣasas, cut them to pieces with with sharpened swords.
[ Bhagwat Puran ]
Exemption needs to given, for actions against non-dharmics. other wise dharmics will only keep defending, and eventually keep loosing just like it has happened over the past 1000 years.
 

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Exemption needs to given, for actions against non-dharmics. other wise dharmics will only keep defending, and eventually keep loosing just like it has happened over the past 1000 years.
You must be talking about point 9 and point 39.

Then @ezsasa must be afraid of this.

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Then do good work.
 
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jivas will be reincarnated after they exhaust their karmaphala in Swarg or Narak there. Reincarnation & existence of different lokas are a core tenet in Sanatan dharma. All large sampradayas adhere to this.
 

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Exemption needs to given, for actions against non-dharmics. other wise dharmics will only keep defending, and eventually keep loosing just like it has happened over the past 1000 years.
Take non-dharmics as Shishupal who had crossed all the limits of adharma, Shri Krishna beheaded him. So there is clear exemption 🙏☺
 

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Take non-dharmics as Shishupal who had crossed all the limits of adharma, Shri Krishna beheaded him. So there is clear exemption 🙏☺
All the Pandavs went to Swarg, despite killing Pitamah Bheeshma and Duryodhan by Dharmetar. So if you're fighting for Dharma and killing those who are fighting for Adharma, you won't go to Narak. 📌
 

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jivas will be reincarnated after they exhaust their karmaphala in Swarg or Narak there. Reincarnation & existence of different lokas are a core tenet in Sanatan dharma. All large sampradayas adhere to this.
There is no concept of swarg and narak in sanathan dharma. Once a human dies their soul projected to any one layer between 2-7 as first layer is for animals. According to their karmic baggage, they either retake birth or attains Moksha.if you have less karmic baggage, you will retake birth to enjoy happy and prosperous life. The earth is called naraka and aligning with stars after moksha is swarg. Rest all is poison injected.
 

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There is no concept of swarg and narak in sanathan dharma. Once a human dies their soul projected to any one layer between 2-7 as first layer is for animals. According to their karmic baggage, they either retake birth or attains Moksha.if you have less karmic baggage, you will retake birth to enjoy happy and prosperous life. The earth is called naraka and aligning with stars after moksha is swarg. Rest all is poison injected.
Then read Atma-Jiban.
 

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Heavy lifting going on here... sab saalo naraq main jaaoge...:devil::devil:
Wait till I post my Part 2 of Sins which you shouldn't do as per Dharma.
 

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Speed of Light in Hindu scriptures- Speed of Light was well known in Ancient India, Acharya Sayana in his commentary on Rigveda 1.50.4 s Mentions It. He says, "It is to be remembered that light from sun travels 2202 Yojanas in half a Nimisha" This Yojana and Nimisha are ancient units if Measurements, I will convert them to modern measurements here According to Manusmriti 1.64 18 Nimesha = 1Kastha 30 Kastha = 1 Kala 30 Kala = 1 Muhurta 30 Muhurta = 24 hours Hence I Nimisha = 1.777777778s And Half Nimisha = 0.88888889s. Now Yojana it is generally taken as 8 Miles but that's an error, because it was used to measure distances on land and due to error in measurement and comparison the value should be 7.5 miles. Same thing said by Alexander Cunningham In his Ancient Geography of India. Hence light travels 2202×7.5 miles in 0.888888889 seconds the result is = 18579.37499.. Miles per second Modern Measurement = 186282 miles per second Very close considering Yojana is a Approximation and not exact. So it is proved that Ancients knew speed of light.
 

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Speed of Light in Hindu scriptures- Speed of Light was well known in Ancient India, Acharya Sayana in his commentary on Rigveda 1.50.4 s Mentions It. He says, "It is to be remembered that light from sun travels 2202 Yojanas in half a Nimisha" This Yojana and Nimisha are ancient units if Measurements, I will convert them to modern measurements here According to Manusmriti 1.64 18 Nimesha = 1Kastha 30 Kastha = 1 Kala 30 Kala = 1 Muhurta 30 Muhurta = 24 hours Hence I Nimisha = 1.777777778s And Half Nimisha = 0.88888889s. Now Yojana it is generally taken as 8 Miles but that's an error, because it was used to measure distances on land and due to error in measurement and comparison the value should be 7.5 miles. Same thing said by Alexander Cunningham In his Ancient Geography of India. Hence light travels 2202×7.5 miles in 0.888888889 seconds the result is = 18579.37499.. Miles per second Modern Measurement = 186282 miles per second Very close considering Yojana is a Approximation and not exact. So it is proved that Ancients knew speed of light.
A slight typing error, it is 0.1777777 seconds, hence .5 Nimish = 0.088888889 Hence final speed would be = 185,793.74997677.
 

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Now Yojana it is generally taken as 8 Miles but that's an error, because it was used to measure distances on land and due to error in measurement and comparison the value should be 7.5 miles. Same thing said by Alexander Cunningham In his Ancient Geography of India.
 

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Garuda Puran Chapter 1 TEXT 19 Having experienced the good or the bad actions, in accordance with his former earning,--then, as the result of his (bad) actions, some disease arises.

20. Powerful death, unexpectedly, like a serpent, approaches him stricken with bodily and mental pain, yet anxiously hoping to live.

21-24 Not yet tired of life, being cared for by his dependents, with his body deformed through old age, nearing death, in the house, He remains, like a house-dog, eating what is ungraciously placed before him, diseased, with failing digestion, eating little, moving little, With eyes turned up through loss of vitality,with tubes obstructed by phlegm, exhausted by coughing and difficult breathing,with the death rattle in his throat,Lying encircled by his sorrowing relatives;though being spoken to he does not answer, being caught in the noose of death.

25. In this condition, with mind busy with the support of his family, with senses unconquered, swooning with intense pain he dies amidst his weeping relatives.

26. In this last moment, O Tarksya, a divine vision arises,--all the worlds appear as one,--and he does not attempt to say anything.
Verse 4.4.1: स यत्रायमात्माबल्यं न्येत्य संमोहमिव न्येति, अथैनमेते प्राणा अभिसमायन्ति; स एतास्तेजोमात्राः समभ्याददानो हृदयमेवान्ववक्रामति; स यत्रैष चाक्शुषः पुरुषः पराङ् पर्यावर्ततेऽथारूपज्ञो भवति ॥ १ ॥ Brihadaranyaka Upanishad.

When this self becomes weak and senseless, as it were, the organs come to it. Completely withdrawing these particles of light, it comes to the heart. When the presiding deity of the eye turns back from all sides, the man fails to notice colour.
Verse 4.4.2: एकीभवति, न पश्यतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न जिघ्रतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न रसयतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न वदतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न शृणोतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न मनुत इत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न स्पृशतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न विजानातीत्याहुः; तस्य हैतस्य हृदयस्याग्रं प्रद्योतते; तेन प्रद्योतेनैष आत्मा निष्क्रामति—चक्शुष्टो वा, मूर्ध्नो वा, अन्येभ्यो वा शरीरदेशेभ्यः; तमुत्क्रामन्तं प्राणोऽनूत्क्रामति; प्राणमनूत्क्रामन्तं सर्वे प्राणा अनूत्क्रामन्ति; सविज्ञानो भवति, सविज्ञानमेवान्ववक्रामति । तं विद्याकर्मणी समन्वारभेते पूर्वप्रज्ञा च ॥ २ ॥

2. (The eye) becomes united (with the subtle body); then people say, ‘He does not see.’ (The nose) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not smell.’ (The tongue) becomes united; then they say,He does not taste.’ (The vocal organ) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not speak.’ (The ear) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not hear.’ (The Manas) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not think.’ (The skin) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not touch.’The intellect) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not know.’ The top of the heart brightens. Through that brightened top the self departs,‘either through the eye, or through the head, or through any other part of the body. When it departs, the vital force follows;when the vital force departs, all the organs follow. Then the self has particular consciousness, and goes to the body which is related to that con-scioṇsness. It is followed by knowledge, work and past experience.

Chapter 1 Text 28. When the breath is leaving its place, the moment of dying seems an age, and pain like the stinging of hundred scorpions is experienced. (Garuda Puran)

Text 33-34 Then, at the destruction of the decayed senses and the numbing of the intelligence, the messengers of Yama come near and life departs. And the stupid, thus going on the way, calling on son and grandson, incessantly crying out, 'Oh, oh,' repents:-- 'By great meritorious effort birth as a human being is gained. Haying obtained that, I did not do my duty,--also, whatever have I done!

Chapter 1 Text 17. Those men who are intent upon wisdom go to the highest goal; the sinfully-inclined go miserably to the torments of Yama in various hells .

Uttama Sholka.
 

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Speed of Light in Hindu scriptures- Speed of Light was well known in Ancient India, Acharya Sayana in his commentary on Rigveda 1.50.4 s Mentions It. He says, "It is to be remembered that light from sun travels 2202 Yojanas in half a Nimisha" This Yojana and Nimisha are ancient units if Measurements, I will convert them to modern measurements here According to Manusmriti 1.64 18 Nimesha = 1Kastha 30 Kastha = 1 Kala 30 Kala = 1 Muhurta 30 Muhurta = 24 hours Hence I Nimisha = 1.777777778s And Half Nimisha = 0.88888889s. Now Yojana it is generally taken as 8 Miles but that's an error, because it was used to measure distances on land and due to error in measurement and comparison the value should be 7.5 miles. Same thing said by Alexander Cunningham In his Ancient Geography of India. Hence light travels 2202×7.5 miles in 0.888888889 seconds the result is = 18579.37499.. Miles per second Modern Measurement = 186282 miles per second Very close considering Yojana is a Approximation and not exact. So it is proved that Ancients knew speed of light.
My mother and I were discussing this topic over dinner yesterday but from a different angle.
 

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Different angle?
It was about balarama’s wife, she was 8 feet tall and couldn’t find a match Initially because of her height. Her father gets angry with brahma and goes to Brahma along with his daughter and complains about his daughter’s height which is brahma’s creation like everything else.

Brahma says by the time you came here and return back to earth, yuga has changed but you won’t age, now Vishnu is there on earth as Krishna and you daughter will be a match to his brother Balarama.

in today’s scientific parlance this is about inter dimensional travel and light years, part of which the movie interstellar tried to explain wrt aging.
 

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Garuda Puran Chapter 1 TEXT 19 Having experienced the good or the bad actions, in accordance with his former earning,--then, as the result of his (bad) actions, some disease arises.

20. Powerful death, unexpectedly, like a serpent, approaches him stricken with bodily and mental pain, yet anxiously hoping to live.

21-24 Not yet tired of life, being cared for by his dependents, with his body deformed through old age, nearing death, in the house, He remains, like a house-dog, eating what is ungraciously placed before him, diseased, with failing digestion, eating little, moving little, With eyes turned up through loss of vitality,with tubes obstructed by phlegm, exhausted by coughing and difficult breathing,with the death rattle in his throat,Lying encircled by his sorrowing relatives;though being spoken to he does not answer, being caught in the noose of death.

25. In this condition, with mind busy with the support of his family, with senses unconquered, swooning with intense pain he dies amidst his weeping relatives.

26. In this last moment, O Tarksya, a divine vision arises,--all the worlds appear as one,--and he does not attempt to say anything.
Verse 4.4.1: स यत्रायमात्माबल्यं न्येत्य संमोहमिव न्येति, अथैनमेते प्राणा अभिसमायन्ति; स एतास्तेजोमात्राः समभ्याददानो हृदयमेवान्ववक्रामति; स यत्रैष चाक्शुषः पुरुषः पराङ् पर्यावर्ततेऽथारूपज्ञो भवति ॥ १ ॥ Brihadaranyaka Upanishad.

When this self becomes weak and senseless, as it were, the organs come to it. Completely withdrawing these particles of light, it comes to the heart. When the presiding deity of the eye turns back from all sides, the man fails to notice colour.
Verse 4.4.2: एकीभवति, न पश्यतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न जिघ्रतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न रसयतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न वदतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न शृणोतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न मनुत इत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न स्पृशतीत्याहुः; एकीभवति, न विजानातीत्याहुः; तस्य हैतस्य हृदयस्याग्रं प्रद्योतते; तेन प्रद्योतेनैष आत्मा निष्क्रामति—चक्शुष्टो वा, मूर्ध्नो वा, अन्येभ्यो वा शरीरदेशेभ्यः; तमुत्क्रामन्तं प्राणोऽनूत्क्रामति; प्राणमनूत्क्रामन्तं सर्वे प्राणा अनूत्क्रामन्ति; सविज्ञानो भवति, सविज्ञानमेवान्ववक्रामति । तं विद्याकर्मणी समन्वारभेते पूर्वप्रज्ञा च ॥ २ ॥

2. (The eye) becomes united (with the subtle body); then people say, ‘He does not see.’ (The nose) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not smell.’ (The tongue) becomes united; then they say,He does not taste.’ (The vocal organ) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not speak.’ (The ear) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not hear.’ (The Manas) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not think.’ (The skin) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not touch.’The intellect) becomes united; then they say, ‘He does not know.’ The top of the heart brightens. Through that brightened top the self departs,‘either through the eye, or through the head, or through any other part of the body. When it departs, the vital force follows;when the vital force departs, all the organs follow. Then the self has particular consciousness, and goes to the body which is related to that con-scioṇsness. It is followed by knowledge, work and past experience.

Chapter 1 Text 28. When the breath is leaving its place, the moment of dying seems an age, and pain like the stinging of hundred scorpions is experienced. (Garuda Puran)

Text 33-34 Then, at the destruction of the decayed senses and the numbing of the intelligence, the messengers of Yama come near and life departs. And the stupid, thus going on the way, calling on son and grandson, incessantly crying out, 'Oh, oh,' repents:-- 'By great meritorious effort birth as a human being is gained. Haying obtained that, I did not do my duty,--also, whatever have I done!

Chapter 1 Text 17. Those men who are intent upon wisdom go to the highest goal; the sinfully-inclined go miserably to the torments of Yama in various hells .

Uttama Sholka.
Svarga & Naraka exists as Puranas will tell you. Annada Thakur has written about visiting two Narakas in Suksma Sarira where he was taken by Thakur Ramkrishna. 1st naraka is for neglect in Kartavyas & 2nd is for those people who doesn't believe in Ishwar.
I sat and listened to Garuda Purana after my grandfather passed away. It was a new experience by learning about the good and bad actions and their consequences.
 

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