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The present human incarnation should be worshiped

The Triputi


In the Triputi, the triad of God, yourself and the path, God is the most important item. All references must be made to the human incarnation (God who has come in human form in the present time, now here on earth) only and not to the absolute unimaginable God. Therefore, in Gita, all the references were made to Krishna Himself, who is the then living human incarnation. Gita says that Krishna should be worshipped in all the ways and this means that the contemporary human incarnation should be worshipped by all means. Instead of taking this message, people misunderstand that the past human incarnation, Krishna, must be worshipped in all the times. You must use a trace of common sense here that Krishna advised Arjuna to worship Him always because at that time of preaching, Krishna was the contemporary human incarnation.


At this point even great scholars slip and to impress this point, it is told that Hanuman worshipped Rama even after His demise and could not accept Krishna as the subsequent human incarnation. The most powerful misleading factors are ego and jealousy, which always repel the contemporary human incarnation since repulsion is inevitable between to co-existing similar forms like human beings. Some people are so much affected by ego and jealousy that they even insult the contemporary human incarnation to pacify their burning ego and jealousy (Avajanatimam..).

At the Lotus Feet of His Holiness Sri Dattaswami


Anil Antony



Universal Spirituality for World Peace

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