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Is it either possible or ethical for a married Hundu lady to ask and answer (including those on sex) to an unknown male and to do friendship with him after completing her morning puja to Lord Rama or to Lord Krishna? What puja or worship in the Hindu culture actually stands for?

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Asked by Neha Friend, 14 May '10 08:51 pm
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No not at all, it is not right and ethical
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 15 May '10 05:40 pm

 
  
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A hindu married lady doctor who comes to her clinic after Puja of God, She gives answer the question of females and males including on sex. She is very friendly to males not known to her. After some time they become her friends and see her with respect, such friends r very faithful friends.
what is unethical in it.
Answered by Monika J, 15 May '10 01:49 am

 
  
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If you are a conservative and a culture vulture you will find it difficult to accommodate it. If you are open minded and ready to admit that we live in a different world - Kaliyug not Thretayug- then go ahead and put forth your doubts and get the answers. Neha I don't mind helping u, write to me rajukatoor@rediffmail.com,We wil remain as e-mail buddies.
Answered by Rajukatoor, 17 May '10 08:55 am

 
  
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Whats wrong in friendship, why people cant be friends, puja has nothing to do with this
Answered by kamini joshi, 16 May '10 10:14 pm

 
  
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Puja is a separate thing and sex is a biological need, so there is nothing wrong to discus it with anyone proveded you are not guilty minded
Answered by paresh ghoshal, 15 May '10 03:12 pm

 
  
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Puja is a seperate thing this relation is not with sex wat u want in sex u can write
Answered by Shiva, 15 May '10 12:24 pm

 
  
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Puja (worship) of the gods consists of a range of ritual offerings and prayers typically performed either daily or on special days before an image of the deity, which may be in the form of a person or a symbol of the sacred presence. In its more developed forms, puja consists of a series of ritual stages beginning with personal purification and invocation of the god, followed by offerings of flowers, food, or other objects such as clothing, accompanied by fervent prayers.
Some dedicated worshipers perform these ceremonies daily at their home shrines; others travel to one or more temples to perform puja, alone or with the aid of temple priests who receive offerings and present these offerings to the gods. The gifts given to the gods become sacred through contact with their images or with their shrines, and may be received and used by worshipers as the grace (prasada) of the divine.
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 15 May '10 09:14 am

 
  
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One can get the answer if one have seen the movie "Kamasutra " by Meera Nair.Sex was never a taboo in Hindu culture.And Khajuraho temples are the best example to substantiate this.
Three margas: paths to salvation

Hindus disagree about the way ( marga) to final emancipation (moksha). Three paths to salvation (variously valued but nonexclusive) are presented in an extremely influential religious text, the Bhagavadgita (Song of the Lord; c. 200 BC), according to which it is not acts themselves but the desire for their results that produces karma and thus attachment. These three ways to salvation are (1) the karma-marga (the path of duties), the disinterested discharge of ritual and social obligations; (2) the jnana-marga (the path of knowledge), the use of meditative concentration preceded by a long andsystematic ethical and contemplative training, yoga, to gain a supra-intellectual insight into one's identity with brahman; and (3) the bhakti-marga (the path of devotion), the devotion ...more
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 14 May '10 09:35 pm

 
  
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Friendship and puja are not the same things. You can remember your god in the evening or morning for his blessing in your life. With friends you can share your feeling or problems.
Answered by jagdev amar, 14 May '10 08:59 pm

 
  
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Nothing is entering in my dull brain.
Answered by dare devil, 14 May '10 08:56 pm

 
  
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