So all the Hindus do not even follow their own book. If you do not imagine God, you are forgetting God. @Pradeep edit your question with misinterpreted verses and exact questions what you want to know. It is important for us to have a neutral feeling while looking at an image such as while looking at Shera Wali we do not feel the same as looking to a beautiful woman. Water exists as liquid at room temperature but changes its state to ice at 0 °C. Such people misguide others by misinterpreting the Vedic literature.

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Krishna Paramatma never explicitly rejected idol worship in Bhagavad Gita. That Yoga Maya by

There is no confusion here. द्रष्टुं त्वदन्येन कुरुप्रवीर || 48|| Where would you put these offerings if there is no murthi or image? तेजोमयं विश्वमनन्तमाद्यं I think the part of the Vedas that you are referring to, ultimately is epitomized by the saying: "He who worships ignorance, enters blind darkness.

There is no reason to believe these modern interpreters and throw away the centuries old interpretations without some important reason to do so. What are they worshiping since thousands of years? ascent, and downward, fetching or descent. Will we never know the true meaning of "God is formless, as well as with form" written in the Vedas in this life?

How can the Vedas be constant when they come from the 4 heads of Brahma? र्न च क्रियाभिर्न तपोभिरुग्रै: |

Indeed, they are not just idols. I decided to answer to clear your confusion.

Again, you need to use blockquotes when quoting someone/something. "His form cannot be seen, No one can see him with the eyes" (Svetasvatara Upanishad, Chapter 4, Verse 20) Bhagavad Gita 11.16 »

The translation given of Gita 7.24 seems to be not correct. This chapter 40 of Vajasaneyi Samhita is also called as Isha Upanishad. So, finally to know proper meaning of Hindu Scriptures either read them in Sanskrit (Veda Bhasha) or in any language with commentaries of knowledgable Acharya or learn them under a knowledgable Guru. dve vāva brahmaṇo rūpe, mūrtaṃ caivāmūrtaṃ ca [Brh.

If Lord Krishna comes in front of us, we will see him but not an image as a word!. is known to bear fruit and not the other, the relation between them The answer I most want is the 3rd one.

I see your infinite form in every direction, with countless arms, stomachs, faces, and eyes. Monotheism in Upanishad were, of the bhakta's love, the water has frozen at places into blocks ground “land,” and the gathered waters he called “seas.” And God saw

But the jnani – the Vedantist, for instance - always reasons,