[Advaita-l] Chanting Gayatri overseas
sujal.u at gmail.com
Sun Oct 8 04:26:18 EDT 2017
Sri Kalyan ji,
Calm down. No this is not what I mean :) - the point is --no one is above
shastras, but there are always exceptions and exception is not a rule.
Can this logic be applied to Sringeri Jagadguru too. Is he exception or is
he not? I am not in a position to comment on this issue.
But I would not question you as you have already given your opinion -
follow smriti and shruti is to be restricted to Brahmins. Point Noted.
I am also studying the Br. Up. 1.3.8-17 and beyond. It looks like there is
slight difference in the translation of Gita Press (Sanskrit-Hindi) and
English one by Swami Madhavananda of Advaita Ashram. Maybe other members
can shed some light on the translation by comparing it with original
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On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 1:41 PM, Kalyan <kalyan_kg at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Sri Sujalji,
> Would you recommend breaking of the Ashrama dharma as a regular practice?
> Shankara did it, so anyone else can do it? Comes under sistachara right? If
> we have sistachara to guide us, why have shruti and smriti?
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