[Advaita-l] Brahmins census
vmurthy36 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 16 23:18:06 CST 2010
All must follow Dharma but there must be sufficient protection in case
some do not follow it. A concrete example can be given. It is well
known there are very few followers of Atharvana Veda . There was only
one good Atharvana Vedi in whole state of Gujarat. He had three sons.
First two sons were not interested in learning the Veda. The father
could not do anything but he could teach the last son. If the father
had only one son and he does not learn Veda what can the father do?
This is current pathetic situation in many families. There is no
protection of Dharma because there are not enough followers.
On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 9:24 AM, srikanta <srikanta at nie.ac.in> wrote:
> I read an Email from sri.Venkatesha murthy,which says Brahmins population
> is declining and expresses concern that what will happen to Dharma if it
> is not followed?He is right in expresing the concern.He also says that in
> Grandfather's time,there were more children,if others donot follow the
> only one or two followed.
> I would like to say that the rest of the Brahmins should follow the
> dharma,irrespective of the Gender,and take pride in it.On no account they
> must leave the dharma.
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