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Tag Archives: Yama (Death)
On ‘What is death’
‘There is doubt concerning a man who has departed. Some say, “He is”, and others say, “He is not”. Taught by you [Yama, god of death], I would know this. This is the third of my boons’. ‘Do not, do … Continue reading
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A boy (Nachiketas) confronting ‘Death’
But, those who are fit for worldly existence, they are living in the midst of ignorance, as though in the midst of thick darkness, being entangled in hundred of fetters, forged by craving for sons, cattle, etc.; considering – (thinking … Continue reading