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thank you for taking all the hard work and replying for our comments !
» Posted By Nagarjuna On September 22, 2014 @ 9:05 am
ok, i agree with you that Krishna didn’t stop time while preaching the Mahabharata to Arjuna. But i have one doubt, can Krishna really stop time (scientifically speaking no one knows the exact definition of time, but what according to you is stopping time..but scientifically stopping time leads to nothing, there will be breakage in boson exchange and nothing is held together), indeed Brahma re winded time (when he stole cows of Krishna and all those) but is there any account of someone stopping time?
» Posted By Nagarjuna On August 14, 2014 @ 7:21 am
then from this you are inferring that everyone saw the Vishwaroopa of Lord Sri Krishna? what would you say about this?
» Posted By Nagarjuna On July 15, 2014 @ 2:48 am
if Lord Krishna didn’t stop time while preaching Gita to arjuna, if everyone could here the Lord’s preachings, then everyone in the battlefield would have come to know the essence of life and everyone would have surrendered to the Lord. so form my point of view, Lord Krishna did stop time to preach Gita to arjuna and Guru Vedavyasa being His incarnation would surely know the Gita, and so he compiled it in the Mahabharata.
» Posted By nagarjuna On June 9, 2014 @ 9:47 am
Best description of mantras in warfare. But nowadays many foolish ignorant people don’t agree with these powerful things. All they want is proof. Can you please quote the mantra which was used to invoke the Brahmastra ? Is there any mention of this Mantra in any of the ancient scripts?
» Posted By Nagarjuna On October 11, 2014 @ 2:58 am
if you can show me convincing evidence,not just the nasa photo or the stones of rameshwara,that there was a man named rama who lived in ayodya and kiled raavan to rescue sita,i will convert to your kraishnavism but i doubt you will be able to do that.the first mention of rama wasnt ramayana but one of the jataka’s of buddha which first mentions a rama.also rama,according to the jataka story,was from varanasi and was sent away for 14 years but came back and lived happily ever after.thasts what the jataka says.i dont know for sure but thats what it says.i would sooner accept the buddhist concept of rama than the hindu one(or at least the north indian one).there is no proof that a bunch of talking monkeys(or as some contemporary hindus say,south indian tribals) built a bridge to lanka and killed a proto-muslim ruler named raavan.suffice to say that the saiva version that ram was the real demon and that raavan was a rightous tamil king sounds more likely to have happened than the aryan rama story.im not nessesarily denying that ram did exsist just that valmikiji’s ramayana is NOT his story,thats something valmiki or whoever wrote it made up.if there really was a historical rama then he was either the rama in the jataka or he was the south indian(tamil) rama and the real monkeys were actually tamil tribals and raavana was a muslim.or he(rama) was a demon and raavan was a just king.either way those three are more likely to be acturate than your aryan ramayana.just saying what’s most likely true.
» Posted By nagarjuna On July 21, 2011 @ 7:33 pm