Dashavatar is NOT the Theory of Evolution

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  1. suhas says:

    KURMA AVATAR is the second avatar of Vishnu. This embodiment was a turtle. This incarnation is associated with the very famous churning of the ocean story. While the devas and asuras were churning the ocean for the nectar of immortality, the mountain they were using began to sink in the soft ocean floor, so Vishnu became a turtle and rested the mountain on his back.

  2. ranju says:

    It is seen that Europeans always try to press hindu culture and religion. Hindu is purely scientific based religion. Rotation and revolution is given 1000 years ago before Europeans. Also theory of relativity is given by Buddhists monk. Sushrut is father of plastic surgery and charak gave ayurveda even Europeans are not fully civilized. The first plane developed by an Indian. As it’s very ancient most of the thought changed by intruder.

  3. venu madhav cherukupalli says:

    Great work..

  4. Nitiksha says:

    In none of the scriptures balaram is said to be d avatar of Vishnu. He was d avatar of shesh nag. U can chk. Shows d depth of ur research.

  5. N Hegde says:

    I read this article thinking you had a valid counter-reason. You start off by stating that the theory is rubbish and give some admittedly reasonable arguments. Then the latter half pretty much repeats the theory of the dashavatars. Seems to me the only part you are questioning is the chronology (matching to yugas) and sequence of events. Then why start of with such strong wording of the whole thing being incorrect? For e.g., you start off with the argument that if humans did not exist as early as Matsya avatar, then why is it depicted as human. First, either I don’t get you or you have not really thought it through. It is a depiction that was made by humans to show the first avatar. Showing it as a human is just a way to get information across to the common man, not very different from using literary fantasy such as Hanuman flying across the ocean. Second, even if you were right, it should still hold good for your explanation (repeating the theory) in the second half.
    Instead of looking for internet fame, which seems to be the fad these days, try and post something that is reasonable and holds water.

    • Ricky Sharma says:

      Agreed his explanation is self contradictory and no concrete conclusion.. He started off very strictly with a logic that becomes hazy by the middle when he mentioned our ancestors knew our earth is round only to conclude in contradiction the ten avatars metaphorically illustrate the stages of evolution.. I don’t know what’s he trying to prove here.. Maybe lord Vishnu intervened in the middle and enlighten him to conclude that way

  6. this is the research paper I was looking forward all these years/ very well researched and well propounded.

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