Garuda Purana Part 9 – Description of sins that lead to hell

~ One who takes pleasure in doing bad deeds.

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~ Those who do auspicious deeds enter Yamraj’s chamber, leaving the south door, through the other three doors.

~ The river Vetarani comes only after entering from South Duar.

~ murderers of brahmins, consuming intoxicants, killing an unborn child, killing people, theft, treason, desiring one’s own happiness, hating others, considering oneself to be very intelligent, and many other sins committed by such actions. Destiny.

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~ Those who do not donate cows, do not perform cremation rituals, false testimony, physical relations with widows, women who commit treason with their husbands.

~ Persecution of animals, cutting of trees, violation of social customs, Brahmin or any glorified person comes to your house with a desire to eat, he should not be given food while food is being prepared in the house.

~ People of such tendency, suffer many torments of hell.

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~ According to the orders of Yama Raj, he again lives in the earth world, takes birth in a low vagina, suffers from diseases, and keeps on committing sinful deeds. They go round hell again and again.

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  1. The Puranas are texts that represent the Indian culture and civilization as well as the history and the geography of the world since its creation. Geography in the Puranas is the chief topic of discussion from early times in connection with recreation; and many of the existing Puranas contain chapters on these topics. According to Puranic tradition, the earth consisted of seven dvipa or continents, such as Jambu dvipa, Plaksa dvipa, Saimali dvipa, Kusa dvipa, Kraunca dvipa, Saka dvipa, Puskara dvipa. According to the description given in the Puranas, each of these seven dvipa or continents was divided into a number of varsas or subcontinents. These dvipas were surrounded by seven oceans containing water which salt, sugarcane-juice, wine, clarified butter, curd, milk and good drinking water mixed in the water of the ocean.
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