REF : SWARG AND NARAK ( HELL AND HEAVEN )
QUESTION : do Hindu Scriptures talk about this aspect ?
HERE IS THE PROOF
The unborn portion, burn that, AGNI, with thy heat; let thy flame, thy splendour, consume it; with those glorious members which thou hast given him, JATAVEDAS, bear him to the world (of the virtuous) (Rigved: 10: 16: 4)
The Sanskrit word Sukritam u Lokam means the word of the virtuous or region of the pious, referring to the hereafter. The next verse i.e.
b. Putting on (Celestial) life, let the remains (of bodily like) depart: let him, JATAVEDAS be associated with a body. (Rigved: 10: 16: 5). This verse too refers to a second life i.e. life after death.
Swarga in the Vedas:
a. Swarg i.e. Paradise, is described in several places in the Vedas including: May all these streams of butter, with their banks of honey, flowing with distilled water, and milk and curds and water reach thee in domestic life enhancing thy pleasure. May thou acquire completely these things strengthening the soul in diverse ways. Having pools of clarified bu ...more
Svarg, according to the Vedas, is a temporary abode of transient pleasures, albeit great pleasures. Svarg is included within the realm of Maya, and as such, it is not a Divine Abode. It is above the earth and it accommodates those who have fulfilled the requirements for gaining entrance. Popular belief says that if you have led a good life, without knowingly harming others, and if you have been kind and generous, there will be a seat reserved for you in svarg. And then there are those who believe that simply dying assures one space in svarg. This ignorance leads them to think that their deceased loved ones are dwelling the ...more