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From: badri narayanan (b11_narayanan_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Aug 27 2000 - 21:05:35 PDT

Dear friends
I have the following doubts.

How do the vedas describe Narayana?.Is he described as
formless.If  he is formless why do we associate him
with a particular form.For example having the
Changu,Chakra Gatha etc.If iam not wrong I think even
Krishna states in Gita that he is formless and takes
the human form only when dharma is in decline.

My second question as Krishna cleraly states that he
will take and Avathar when dharma is in decline,why is
he yet to take an Avathar.Does it mean that we have
Dharma prevailing all over the world ?
Regards

Badri


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