# [Advaita-l] Dashavataras as per Harivamsha

Sunil Bhattacharjya sunil_bhattacharjya at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 6 18:29:14 CST 2017

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Mathematicians are familiar with ∞, the symbol of infinity. Thus mathematically speaking
1/∞ (infinity) = 0 (Zero or Shunya)

Regards,
Sunil K.Bhattacharjya

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Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] Dashavataras as per Harivamsha
Date: Friday, January 6, 2017, 1:10 PM

As you can observe he
relies heavily on some obscure Vaishnava authors /books and
Buddhist works which are sheer fantasies. If we are to take
this guy seriously, we will have to accept Shankara as
prachanna baudha which is again a monumental lie.

Regards ‎
Kripa ‎

Vyasaya Vishnu roopaya Vyasa roopaya Vishnave
Namo vai Brahma nidhaye Vasishtaya namo namaha
Original Message
From:
Kripa Shankar
Sent: Saturday 7 January 2017
2:12 AM
To: V Subrahmanian; A discussion
Subject: Re:

That does not make any
difference at all. It is clearly established in the shastras
/ Puranas that animals sacrificed in yajnas attain higher
topic. I can give reference if needed. This Ahimsa as meant
by this pundit and by Buddha, whether I or I I, is
completely against the vedic view as mentioned previously.
So apparently Vishnu has got the fundamentals wrong.
Further, animals were being sacrificed from times
immemorial. How did it suddenly become hinsa? The same
yajnas involving animal sacrifices were practised by the
Pandavas as advised by none other than Krishna, another
avatara.
‎
‎Secondly
the Madhvas do not have credibility as they have perpetuated
a series of lies. A guru/shiva nindaka is considered a great
saint by them, so should we have comparisons with them. So
it's immaterial what they believe when we have first
hand evidence from Vyasa!

You will have to inevitably view it from a more
socio-political angle. It is similar to some reformer
which he is quoting. Above all, none of it makes any
difference as we have clear evidence to the contrary.

Regards
Kripa ‎
‎
Vyasaya Vishnu roopaya Vyasa roopaya Vishnave
Namo vai Brahma nidhaye Vasishtaya namo namaha
Original Message
From: V
Subrahmanian
Sent: Saturday 7 January 2017
1:35 AM
To: Kripa Shankar; A discussion
Subject: Re:

On Jan 7,
2017 1:18 AM, "Kripa Shankar" <kripa.shankar.0294 at gmail.com>
wrote:
>
> Namaste
Subramanian,
>
> To
my knowledge, there is no mention of Buddha at all in the
Mahabharata.
>
>
Almost in every chapter of the Mahabharata, the Vedic yajnas
are given utmost importance as can be seen in the Gita as
well. Further, the definition of Ahimsa is starkly different
in the Vedas /MB. For eg, harsh speech is also considered as
himsa as per Shastras. So Vishnu getting up from yoga nidra
and donning an avatara to oppose everything that is held
sacred in the Vedas is just not sane.
>

Here
there is a proposal for two Buddhas:

http://www.stephen-knapp.com/were_there_two_buddhas.htm

avatars.

Regards
vs

>
> t

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