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In Hindu religion, number 9 is very important.. Keeping the importance of number 9, Rishi Vyas has created 9 Purans, 108 MahaPuran (Upnishads).Mahabharat has 18 chapters, Geeta has 18 chapters, Bhagavat has 108000, Shloks (verses).YOur view please

Asked by Anand Agarwal, 22 Nov '09 07:15 pm
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Like 108 the no 9 is also very much significant in Hindu Relgion
1) There are 9 basic Hindu Beliefs...eg , 1 Reverence for Revealed Scriptures , 2. All-Pervasive Divinity, 3. Three Worlds and Cycles of Creation, 4. The Laws of Karma and Dharma, 5.Reincarnation and Liberation, 6.Temples and the Inner Worlds, 7.Yoga Guided by a Satguru, 8.Compassion and Noninjury, 9.Genuine Respect for Other Faiths
2)In Navratra, Nav means nine and Ratra means night. In Indian philosophy the number nine is closely associated with the process of creation in the cosmic time cycle. The entire cosmic cycle consists of three phases -- creation, preservation and dissolution. Each of these three parts split into triads (3x3=9) brings the numerical order to nine. Adi Sankaracharya in the 8th century AD clearly indicated the significance of number nine in the Soundaryalahiri, 11th sloka: ``The four Siva chakras and five Sakti chakras create the nine Mula-Prakratis or basic manifestations, because they represent ...more
Answered by Shan Real, 22 Nov '09 07:38 pm

 
  
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According to Indian scriptures, letter 9 corresponds to Lord Brahma (the
creator of universe). Mathematically, the interesting property of 9 is
9x1 = 9
9 x 2 = 18 (8+1 = 9)
9 * 3 = 27 (7+2 = 9)
9 * 12 = 108 (1+0+8 = 9) !
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In Hindu religion, number 9 is very important. Keeping the importance of
number 9, Rishi Vyas has created 9 Purans, 108 MahaPuran (Upnishads).
Mahabharat has 18 chapters, Geeta has 18 chapters, Bhagavat has 108000
Shloks (verses). !!!
Answered by Oberoi, 22 Nov '09 07:17 pm

 
  
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M from Hindu religion but dont have this much knowledge
Answered by charru, 22 Nov '09 07:16 pm

 
  
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