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Anon 01/04/2023 (Wed) 19:23:19 ID:695c4b No. 2647 [Reply]
Are yahweh followers asuras in kaliyuga? Asuras are someone 1.who do not follow Sura (Devatas) They will consider females as just an object of physical happiness. They never respect females at all. 2.Asuras will blindly follow their Guru as final authority. They will not be opened to any ideas or truth. 3.They destroy Guru Kula as they do not believe in education 4.Asuras derive pleasure from killing sajjana (good and innocent people). 5.Asuras will be a blind faith cult and will not believe in cosmic truth. 6.They are motivated by pride, arrogance, and delusion in their actions. Those who cross their path have to deal with their excessive anger and destructive passions. 7.They perform sacrifices, charity and other devotional services for namesake only or out of vanity, disregarding the norms, to show off their wealth, birth, family lineage, or social status.

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>>2647 > Asuras see women as object of lust Most rape cases are from central india and not from rural India. Adivasis have better impulse control than shehari suras > Blindly follow their guru that is an integral part of indian guru-shisya parampra. Guru's words are final. > Destroy guru kala In point 2 you are saying they blindly follow guru for education and in point 3 you are saying they don't need one. Make your mind > Pleasure from killing good Yes so good, that they believe anybody who isn't them is bad. > Motivated by pride, anger and delusion Your are not defining them, you are defining motivation. Any kind of motivation is pride, anger and delusion. Kudos to you. >Perform sacrifices, charity, devotional services for show Yes, Let's stop doing it. Also lets stop being nice to people cause it might be a show off. I agree on part of killing abrahmics, but only when they are forcing us to convert by force or greed. Rest, I don't have problem to visit church sometimes.
>>2647 > Are abrahamic cults spawned in the kaliyuga of the asuras? If so, what can we do? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHvBOGk_Q7w
Dark skinned dravidians are asuras
>>2648 >Guru's words are final unless they contradict shastra (shankara's pov)
>>2647 If that's what you wanna call us, go ahead lol.

Anon 09/12/2022 (Mon) 14:32:35 ID:66bb10 No. 1696 [Reply]
have you guys always been religious from birth or some incident influenced you? i was pretty irreligious until 9th grade when my grandfather passed away which changed me a lot motivating me into hindu spirituality.
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>>1696 I was never religious even during my muh dindutva phase i never did pooja lmao now im a atheist again (not a nastik as i dont abuse vedas or vedic gods) hahahahaha
>>2192 He doesn't need god wouldn't care if you get your father beheaded and amputed by mexican cartel while waiting for your turn to be beheaded and your innards being butchered out. Lmao get real faggot
>>1696 I grew up in a family that was lower income. Religion for us were breaks from work. Both parents were working and I was helping in between. During and near festivals, Id first go clean temples, help in making food for the pandits there, feed the gaushala , then clean home, decorate etc. I did not think much of it, except that my internal thinking revolved around Hindu symbols , stories and idols. Seeing Mandirs in Germany depressed me. I made my own small home mandir, that I clean and maintain etc.
>>2198 Please kill yourself, Atheistcell.
Was an atheistcuck till my 9th - 10th grade. I think this was the time around the left in India started to bashout on hinduism. This made me want to know more about my religion and I dont regret it one bit. Now, I'm a proud Sanatani and a brahmin. Now I do all my nithyakarmas without fail daily.

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Anon 01/02/2023 (Mon) 05:03:04 ID:972b54 No. 2619 [Reply]
Religions thrive on ignorance. The more ignorant you are, the more money they make. Gods make you and the universe but in the process went bankrupt. So they need your money.
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>>2619 1/10
>>2619 so you save money by being irreligious and spend that money where? to consume ze products?
>>2622 >so you save money by being irreligious and spend that money where? Inch IQ >to consume ze products? Projector
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>ignorance Not at all. Religions thrive on mental illness. Namely psychosis and schizophrenia. In case of some Indian religion, it's also asexuality. If God is real, he has to be a psychopath narcissist. Imagine creating a whole world full of people to rule over, and when you're bored, inflict suffering on them, and then casually justify the abuse you do to them by saying that you're testing them and that you're only doing it for their own good.
>>2624 Based inchads

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Anon 01/02/2023 (Mon) 04:43:20 ID:01919e No. 2618 [Reply]
GOOD MORNING जय श्री राम 🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩

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Anon 12/28/2022 (Wed) 13:43:41 ID:a73511 No. 2606 [Reply]
Thoughts on Alan Watts?

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Anon 11/28/2022 (Mon) 12:06:20 ID:1840ec No. 2475 [Reply]
Why Cows are sacred but Rats aren't?
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>>2487 Twri bhains jaisi maa ko kaat ke khajaunga chamar ki aulaad larper madarchod kutiya ki choot ka pissu
based and cow pilled
I remember being in class watching a documentary on hinduism, there was a temple of people who venerated rats. Was pretty cool
@Peta animal abuse 😡😡😡😡(wait but which one)
>>2602 Rajasthan

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Daily वे॑द Quote #58: 2022 December 7 द॑स्यवेवृ॑क 12/17/2022 (Sat) 03:04:21 ID:1e0476 No. 2601 [Reply]
य॑दु॑लूको • व॑दति मोघ॑मेत॑त्। य॑त्कपो॑तः • पद॑मग्नौ॑ कृणो॑ति। य॑स्य दूतः॑ • प्र॑हित एष॑ एत॑त्। त॑स्मै यमा॑य • न॑मो अस्तु मृत्य॑वे॥ —ऋग्वेद॑ 10.165.4 . (The second syllable of न॑मो is to be scanned लघु॑/short, as if न॑मव्. अथर्ववेद॑ 6.29.1–2 are similar.) . Translation: "When the owl screeches, this is ineffective; (likewise) when the pigeon sets foot by the fire. To him whose dispatched messenger this is, to यम॑, death, let there be reverence." . Word-by-word: य॑द् "when", उ॑लूकस् < उ॑लूक "owl", व॑दति < वद् "speak", मोघ॑म् < मोघ॑ "ineffective", एत॑द् "this", य॑द् "when", कपो॑तस् < कपो॑त "pigeon", पद॑म् < पद॑ "foot", अग्नौ॑ < अग्नि॑ "fire", कृणो॑ति < कृ "do", य॑स्य < य॑ "who", दूत॑स् < दूत॑ "messenger", प्र॑हितस् < प्र॑हित < प्र॑ धा "send forth", एष॑स् < एष॑ "he", एत॑द् "this", त॑स्मै < स॑ "he", यमा॑य < यम॑, न॑मस् "reverence", अस्तु < अस् "be", मृत्य॑वे < मृत्यु॑ "death". . छ॑न्दस्/Meter: त्रिष्टु॑भ् (with extra syllable in the last line) . Author: कपो॑त नैरृत॑ . Ritual context: According to मानवगृह्यसूत्र॑ 2.17.1, the hymn containing this verse is to be recited if a pigeon, frightened and separated from its flock, enters one's house and leaves footprints in the fireplace. According to आश्वलायनगृह्यसूत्र॑ 3.7.7, the hymn should be recited if a pigeon strikes or flies towards one's house. According to शाङ्खायनगृह्यसूत्र॑ 5.5.2, the hymn should be recited if an owl or a pigeon sits on one's house.

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Daily वे॑द Quote #57: 2022 December 6 द॑स्यवेवृ॑क 12/13/2022 (Tue) 01:54:51 ID:590c88 No. 2592 [Reply]
शता॑नीकेव • प्र॑ जिगाति धृष्णुया॑। ह॑न्ति वृत्रा॑णि दाशु॑षे। गिरे॑रिव • प्र॑ र॑सा अस्य पिन्विरे। द॑त्राणि पुरुभो॑जसः॥ —ऋग्वेद॑ 8.49.2, सामवेद॑ 2.3.4.4, अथर्ववेद॑ 20.51.2 . Translation: "Like a hundred-faced (missile) He goes forth with daring. He slays enemies for the worshiper. Like juices (rivers) from a mountain, His much-nourishing gifts flow forth." . Word-by-word: शत॑ "hundred", अनीका < अ॑नीक "face", इव "like", प्र॑ जिगाति < प्र॑ गा "go forth", धृष्णुया॑ < धृष्णु॑ "daring", ह॑न्ति < हन् "slay", वृत्रा॑णि < वृत्र॑ "enemy", दाशु॑षे < दाश्वा॑न् < दाश् "worship", गिरे॑स् < गिरि॑ "mountain", इव "like", प्र॑ पिन्विरे < प्र॑ पिन्व् "flow forth", र॑सास् < र॑स "juice", अस्य < अय॑म् "He", द॑त्राणि < द॑त्र "gift", पुरु < पुरु॑ "much", भो॑जसस् < भो॑जस् "nourishment". . छ॑न्दस्/Meter: सतो॑बृहती . Author: प्र॑स्कण्व काण्व॑ (वालखिल्य॑) . Ritual context: The hymn containing this verse seems to be chiefly employed in a sóma-sacrifice called the अग्निष्टोम॑, as described for example in शाङ्खायनश्रौतसू॑त्र 7.23.4. . Interpretation: This verse describes इ॑न्द्र, Who not only slew the primordial serpent वृत्र॑ as in yesterday's verse but also continues to slay the enemies (वृत्रा॑णि = वृत्र॑s) of His worshipers. इ॑न्द्र has not only set the waters free from the mountain and provided His Divine aid to the आ॑र्यs in battle, but also continues to provide material wealth and success to them: His greatly acclaimed gifts that nourish the worshiper.

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Can you help me identify the mantra? I don't know the language, I write as I hear it. OTURNBERNE PODESUTU SARTN PORTIN ARE URUBURU HUTUNCHUGUNE E CHI SANE CHU PORTINCHUSU ANTERTURNA CHURNU PORTINCHU E CHMI SANE TARESUTRDE OTURUNBERNE ODE SUTRU

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>>2597 This sounds made-up, or definitely not Indian. Maybe Tibetan or something.

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Anon 11/25/2022 (Fri) 15:02:41 ID:e0fb6a No. 2291 [Reply]
What does the shiva lingam represent? What does lingam means?
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>>2291 Big black cock of stoned tranny. Shiva would be midern day tranny. He liked tyrning into women Was stoned most if the time And killed his own son. Only pajeets worship black cocks
>>2291 'Lingam' in Sanskrit means "sign" or चिह्न. Anyone telling you otherwise is a mulla, or even worse, a zoomer.
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>>2583 It can mean both "sign" and "penis". Nobody ever claims that it always only means "penis", but it often does. Your conspiracy theories make you look silly. . एका लिङ्गे गुदे तिस्रः। तथैकात्र करे दश। उभयोः सप्त दातव्याः। मृदः शुद्धिमभीप्सता॥ —मानवधर्मशास्त्र॑ 5.136 "Once to the penis, thrice to the anus, ten times to one hand, seven times to both hands, earth should be applied by one who desires cleanliness." . Sanskrit-English dictionary by Vaman Shivram Apte: 6 The sign of gender or sex. 7 Sex; गुणाः पूजास्थानं गुणिषु न चलिंगं न च वयः U. 4. 11.  8 The male organ of generation. 9 Gender (in gram.) 10 The genital organ of Śiva worshipped in the form of a Phallus. . English-Sanskrit dictionary by Vaman Shivram Apte: Penis, s. लिंगं, उपस्थः, शिश्नः, मेढ्रः, मेहनं, शेफस्

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>>2584 >It can mean both "sign" and "penis". Nobody ever claims that it always only means "penis" > The शिवलिङ्ग is very clearly a phallic symbol kys with your own logic, Ahmed source on picrel?
>>2588 >kys with your own logic, Ahmed Are you aware of what a "compound word" is? Apparently not. I advise you to study a bit of grammar before shitting up this board. >source on picrel? Look it up. I don't see a point in engaging with you further.

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Daily वे॑द Quote #56: 2022 December 5 द॑स्यवेवृ॑क 12/12/2022 (Mon) 05:11:41 ID:c6e7a7 No. 2586 [Reply]
ता॑ तू॑ त इन्द्र • महतो॑ महा॑नि। वि॑श्वेषु इ॑त् • स॑वनेषु प्रवा॑च्या। य॑च्छूर धृष्णो • धृषता॑ दधृष्वा॑न्। अ॑हिं व॑ज्रेण • श॑वसा॑विवेषीः॥ —ऋग्वेद॑ 4.22.5 . (This is the metrically restored version. The सं॑हिता has a deficient syllable with वि॑श्वेष्वि॑त्.) . Translation: "Those great (deeds) of Yours, of the great one, O इ॑न्द्र, ought to be proclaimed at every (sóma-)pressing indeed: when, O daring hero, having dared with daring (heart), You had overcome the serpent with Your thunderbolt and might." . Word-by-word: ता॑ < त॑द् "that", तू॑ = तु॑ "but", ते < त्व॑म् "You", इन्द्र < इ॑न्द्र, महत॑स् < मह॑न् < मह् "be great", महा॑नि < मह॑ "great (deed)", वि॑श्वेषु < वि॑श्व "every", इ॑द् "indeed", स॑वनेषु < स॑वन "pressing", प्रवा॑च्या < प्रवा॑च्य < प्र॑ वच् "proclaim", य॑द् "when", शूर < शू॑र "hero", धृष्णो < धृष्णु॑ "daring", धृषता॑ < धृष॑न् < धृष् "dare", दधृष्वा॑न् < धृष् "dare", अ॑हिम् < अ॑हि "serpent", व॑ज्रेण < व॑ज्र "thunderbolt", श॑वसा < श॑वस् "might", अविवेषीस् < विष् "overcome". . छ॑न्दस्/Meter: त्रिष्टु॑भ् . Author: वाम॑देव गौतम॑ . Ritual context: The hymn containing this verse is one of the three संपात hymns recited by the होत्रकs (assistant priests of the ऋग्वेद॑) at the सत्त्र॑, a multiple-day sóma-sacrifice, according for example to ऐतरेयब्रा॑ह्मण 6.18–19.

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