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Atheists criticize that Rama – took wine

Rama and Krishna are not imaginary, - they are the absolute truth,

This world is imaginary for God, - the stone bridge in the ocean

Towards Lanka and the immersed – Dwaraka traced now in the sea

Stand as historical proof for truth, - atheists are rigid stones,

No use of preaching to them, - like blow of conch shell before deaf,

Kauravas did not listen Krishna, - even several sages tried to change

Duryodhana, Krishna showed – cosmic vision but every thing was waste.


Atheists criticize that Rama – took wine according to Valmiki Ramayana,

Non-vegetarian food and wine – are allowed for dynasty of Kshatriyas,

Even God follows the tradition of – a community in which He is born,

Following the tradition, - He mixes with the community and slowly

Reforms the community, - it is like following the running bull initially,

To stop it after some steps, initial mixing is essential for preaching.

Same Rama was born as Buddha, - Buddha condemned that food and

Preached non-violence of all – living beings opposing non-vegetarians.

Datta was born in the caste of – Brahmins for whom wine is prohibited,

Still Datta drinks to mislead - devotees from their firm faith on Him,

Datta drinks to help undeserving, – because undeserving can’t be helped

According to law of justice and – He forgets justice by drinking wine.

But these undeserving fellows – criticize Him for drinking the wine!

These atheists should not have – been born as human beings here,

If Datta doesn’t drink wine, - these souls will be born as animals.

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