Kumar: Respected Guruji, Shat shat parnaam. Thanks again for best teaching about True God & Vedic status. Your/Vedas teachings really provide real happiness(gad-gad hona)to me. I have some unclarity. If two epics Ramayana & Mahabharat are really true than Whether Lord Rama & Lord Kirshna are considered as GOD in these? If so, why can’t we consider them as GOD?
2.It is said that Dharma is our nature or instints which should happen(not done) without consicious mind(nishkaam karma). Whereas Karma is said to be the acts done with conscious mind. As such will learning, worshipings & all worldly acts done with conscious mind&even veda learnings from Guru) will not be Karma because these don’t happen by itself? Chran Sparsh/Best regards.
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you. You are welcome,please. Ramayan written by Tulsidasji projects Sri Ram as avtar. But, the learned of Vedas accept the authentic Ramayan, written by Rishi Valmikiji in which Valmikiji has told that Sri Ram took birth from Kaushlaya and he was not an avtar of God. However, Valmiki Ramayan states that Sri Ram was philosopher of Vedas, used to do Yajyen and after hard practice of Yoga Philosophy, he attained Samadhi. He was a great dignitary of the world. As regards Mahabharat, its authentic shlokas are only ten thousands. Rest of the shlokas have been added falsely and have not been written by Vyasmuniji. So, in ten thousand shlokas, including 18 chapters of Bhgawad Geeta, Yogeshwar Sri Krishna Maharaj has not been told as avtar of God.

(2) The definition of the dharma has been stated in Vedas and shastras. For example- Manusmriti tells “Vedaha Akhilaha Dharmamoolam”. I also paste my article in this regard.

SUCCESS TO RELIGIOUS PERSON

Knowledge as you know are Vedas and the holy books written by the rishis are totally based on Vedas. The human being has to listen/study the said knowledge to follow. In the knowledge there is definition of dharma (religion). Religion is originated from God and not from human beings. The said eternal religion states that the pious deeds based on Vedas done by an aspirant which gives him long, happy life in this birth as well as after birth is called religion (dharma). The said fact is also mentioned in sutra 1 /2 of Vaisheshik shastra written by rishi Kannad. I mean to say that Manu has also stated the dharma contains ten qualities i.e., dhriti, kshma, dam, astey, sauch, indriy-nigrah, dhi, vidya, satya and akrodh.

The first quality of dharma to act in life is dhriti (patience). So, one should always maintain the first quality of dharma i.e., dhriti in the whole life. Shastra states, let the kingdom go but not dharma. Mahabhart states “ dharmam rakshati” i.e., dharma saves us, protects us. You’re already a wise son and know that Sri Ram left the kingdom but not dharma. So was Sita and both never lost dhairya (patience). Sri Ram did not loose patience even at the time when Ravanna abducted Sita. There are unlimited examples of maintaining the dharma by our ancient rishis, munis. Rajrishis, pious ladies like Sita etc., who maintained dharma and at last won or got victory. You also know about Maharana Pratap. So, I am sure that in these hard days a person having caliber like you would maintain patience and would get victory as per the eternal philosophy that God helps those who helps themselves.

DHARMA

Valmiki Ramayan preaches about moral duties, worship of God and other several matters of the world. As regards dharma, Vyas Muni in shanti parv of mahabharat has given a beautiful and authentic definition that “MAHAJANA YEN GATHA SAH PANTHAHA” the mahabharat epic was written by Vyas Muniji about five thousand three hundred years ago. So the meaning of the above shloka will have to be considered based on the circumstances of that time only and not based on the present scenario. At that time, present sects did not exist. Only Vedas’ knowledge was in vogue. So meaning of the above shloka will be- that the path of moral duties, worship and knowledge adopted by the then Rishis-Munis, who were learned by Vedas, is the Dharma, which we have to follow forever.

Another definition related to the above shloka is told by Manusmriti shloka 2/6 That “VEDAHA AKHILA DHARMAM MOOLAM” i.e., all the form of pious deeds have originated from Vedas.
So if we are not the learned of Vedas and do our deeds against the Vedas that will not be called Dharma but will be “ADAHARMA”. So, what is Dharma and what is adharma is to be known by studying Vedas. For example- “PRATIKARTAVYAM” is dharma. But the definition of PRATIKARTAVYAM WILL BE KNOWN FROM VEDAS ONLY. Otherwise, if mere definition is kept in the mind based merely on bookish knowledge, it will not be applicable, in the life forever i.e., such person will never serve the people without selfishness. It reveals that nowadays there are so many self-created definitions of Dharmas by saints, swamiji’s who are against the Vedas and hence, the problem. We will have to study Vedas again as was in action right from the beginning of the earth till Mahabharat war. So, to stop the disintegration of Hinduism and to unite them again, everybody must spread the knowledge of Vedas, Vedas’ being the knowledge which emanates direct from God at the beginning of the earth. Vedas are not sects and Vedas have not been written by any Rishi-Muni or saints etc. It is eternal knowledge which is everlasting.

So, the meaning of Dharma is fulfilling moral duties in which we also listen to Vedas and follow Vedas path.

Avtar

God is only one who creates the universe and no other can create the universe except God. Please think deeply is any one except God empowered for creation, etc.? The pious qualities of God are unlimited whereas qualities of soul, which resides in human body, are limited. That is why He is God. This fact is also mentioned by Rishi Patanjali in his Yog shastra sutra 1/24, “KALEASHKARAMVIPAKASHYAIHI APRAMRISHTAHA PURUSHVISHESHAHA ISHWARAHA” i.e., He who is not indulged in any sorrows/sufferings (kalesh), in any kind of deed (karma) and result thereof (vipakya), He is supreme in souls and is called Ishwar (God), whereas, soul is indulged in all the said matters according to deeds done in previous, and in the present life. So this is also a difference between God and souls and therefore soul can never be God based on the different qualities.

Amongst unlimited qualities of God, few may be enumerated-that God creates, nurses and destroys the universe. God is omnipresent, omniscient and omnipotent and Almighty, beyond description, beyond imagination, and beyond calculation. Nobody on the earth can deny such qualities, but these qualities are to be discussed and considered deeply and he who does the same is called MUNI as per Vedas and shastras.

Let us think over one quality of God – Being Almighty. Almighty means God has all powers and thus God, to control the universe and to do any kind of deed for the same, can not be dependent on another, at any cost, being Almighty. Again shastras say, which is a true saying too, that there must be reason behind for any creation, matter etc. God is a reason to create the universe. Parents are the reason to give birth to a child. Ravana took Sita forcefully which became a reason for war between Shri Ram and Ravana etc. So as per Vedas there must be a reason of avtar and after studying eternal knowledge of Vedas and thinking deeply, there seems no reason to take avtar by Almighty God. As in Yajurveda mantra 2/26, so is in Shwetashwataropnishad shlok 6/8 wherein it is mentioned that there is no reason to form a God and thus God is also formless i.e., nobody can make God but God creates universe from non-alive prakriti. Secondly the said Upnishad says that the deeds of God of creation, nursing, and destruction of universe are eternal, natural, and automatic. So naturally God needs no avtar to destroy Kalyug, earth, or devils etc., being Almighty i.e., God has all powers and is independent. Not God but only His powers are enough to control, create, nurse, destroy the universe. That is why Upnishad says that God has no desire to create etc., but it is eternal and natural and this sort of desire is named “IKSHAN” and not desire to create etc.

Suppose God has to kill a devil and He takes avtar and God kills the devils by arrow etc. It means God is not Almighty and independent because God has taken help of Avtar (Human body) and arrow, gun, etc., which is impossible.

This all I have told based on fundamental law of eternal knowledge of four Vedas. Yet if anybody says about avtar then it is their own views and they are satisfied with their views and can not be commented because they could have been realizing at their own but so far as eternal knowledge of Vedas is concerned, Avtar is not possible.

Ramayan written by Tulsidasji projects Sri Ram as avtar. But, the learned of Vedas accept the authentic Ramayan, written by Rishi Valmikiji in which Valmikiji has told that Sri Ram took birth from Kaushlaya and he was not an avtar of God. However, Valmiki Ramayan states that Sri Ram was philosopher of Vedas, used to do Yajyen and after hard practice of Yoga Philosophy, he attained Samadhi. He was a great dignitary of the world. As regards Mahabharat, its authentic shlokas are only ten thousands. Rest of the shlokas have been added falsely and have not been written by Vyasmuniji. So, in ten thousand shlokas, including 18 chapters of Bhgawad Geeta, Yogeshwar Sri Krishna Maharaj has not been told as avtar of God.

(2) The definition of the dharma has been stated in Vedas and shastras. For example- Manusmriti tells “Vedaha Akhilaha Dharmamoolam”. I also paste my article in this regard.

SUCCESS TO RELIGIOUS PERSON

Knowledge as you know are Vedas and the holy books written by the rishis are totally based on Vedas. The human being has to listen/study the said knowledge to follow. In the knowledge there is definition of dharma (religion). Religion is originated from God and not from human beings. The said eternal religion states that the pious deeds based on Vedas done by an aspirant which gives him long, happy life in this birth as well as after birth is called religion (dharma). The said fact is also mentioned in sutra 1 /2 of Vaisheshik shastra written by rishi Kannad. I mean to say that Manu has also stated the dharma contains ten qualities i.e., dhriti, kshma, dam, astey, sauch, indriy-nigrah, dhi, vidya, satya and akrodh.

The first quality of dharma to act in life is dhriti (patience). So, one should always maintain the first quality of dharma i.e., dhriti in the whole life. Shastra states, let the kingdom go but not dharma. Mahabhart states “ dharmam rakshati” i.e., dharma saves us, protects us. You’re already a wise son and know that Sri Ram left the kingdom but not dharma. So was Sita and both never lost dhairya (patience). Sri Ram did not loose patience even at the time when Ravanna abducted Sita. There are unlimited examples of maintaining the dharma by our ancient rishis, munis. Rajrishis, pious ladies like Sita etc., who maintained dharma and at last won or got victory. You also know about Maharana Pratap. So, I am sure that in these hard days a person having caliber like you would maintain patience and would get victory as per the eternal philosophy that God helps those who helps themselves.

DHARMA

Valmiki Ramayan preaches about moral duties, worship of God and other several matters of the world. As regards dharma, Vyas Muni in shanti parv of mahabharat has given a beautiful and authentic definition that “MAHAJANA YEN GATHA SAH PANTHAHA” the mahabharat epic was written by Vyas Muniji about five thousand three hundred years ago. So the meaning of the above shloka will have to be considered based on the circumstances of that time only and not based on the present scenario. At that time, present sects did not exist. Only Vedas’ knowledge was in vogue. So meaning of the above shloka will be- that the path of moral duties, worship and knowledge adopted by the then Rishis-Munis, who were learned by Vedas, is the Dharma, which we have to follow forever.

Another definition related to the above shloka is told by Manusmriti shloka 2/6 That “VEDAHA AKHILA DHARMAM MOOLAM” i.e., all the form of pious deeds have originated from Vedas.
So if we are not the learned of Vedas and do our deeds against the Vedas that will not be called Dharma but will be “ADAHARMA”. So, what is Dharma and what is adharma is to be known by studying Vedas. For example- “PRATIKARTAVYAM” is dharma. But the definition of PRATIKARTAVYAM WILL BE KNOWN FROM VEDAS ONLY. Otherwise, if mere definition is kept in the mind based merely on bookish knowledge, it will not be applicable, in the life forever i.e., such person will never serve the people without selfishness. It reveals that nowadays there are so many self-created definitions of Dharmas by saints, swamiji’s who are against the Vedas and hence, the problem. We will have to study Vedas again as was in action right from the beginning of the earth till Mahabharat war. So, to stop the disintegration of Hinduism and to unite them again, everybody must spread the knowledge of Vedas, Vedas’ being the knowledge which emanates direct from God at the beginning of the earth. Vedas are not sects and Vedas have not been written by any Rishi-Muni or saints etc. It is eternal knowledge which is everlasting.

So, the meaning of Dharma is fulfilling moral duties in which we also listen to Vedas and follow Vedas path.

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