The Garuda Purana, by Ernest Wood and S.V. Subrahmanyam, [], full text etext at PUNISHMENTS ACCCORDING TO GARUDA ment given in Naraka Thamisra Andhathamisra Rourava Maharourava Kumbipaka Kalasuthira . Garud Purana is the text based on the conversation of Lord Vishnu (Shree Hari) and his vahan Garud. Garud ask lord about the punishment for bad deed.

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Those who are makers of swords, and of bows and arrows, and those who are sellers of them,–these certainly go to hell. Looking at the tortures suffered by the people in hell, the residents of heaven feel that after the expiry of their merit the same fate awaits them in inn. This is the Naraka for lustful men. O bird, there is no pleasure whatsoever in this punjshments abounding in a multitude of sorrows.

Having come all along the path the sinful reach the abode of Yama, and having come, by command of Yama, the messengers hurl them into that river again. Here they are made to run around in this unbearable heat and drop down exhausted from time to time. Thus all the while they remain discomfortable in heaven.

Numerology predictions for So I think reasons should also be seen for any punishmentssince there are reasons for everything we do. Sometimes he goes to heaven, sometimes to hell. As of suffering, even heaven purna hell provide no comfort and a person is bound in the cycle of life.


No sraddha or water oblations are made to a person that has committed suicide. After throwing them in this hell, sinners are tortured with fire, poison and various weapons during their time here in this Naraka. Vishnu tells Garuda one should not waste it.

28 Deadly Punishments Mentioned in Garuda Puran Which Are Likely to be Held after Death

Those who do not repay the money they have borrowed will also be cast into this hell. Go through the stated punishments of Garuda Puranas to know what exactly do you deserve based on your karma. This is a well filled with excreta, urine, blood, phlegm.

Those who fall down, through being beaten, the messengers cast into hells. Those who seize upon the fault and depreciate the merit, who are jealous of those who have merit, who are attached to the wicked, who are foolish, who turn away from the company of the good. Having obtained a rare human form he should endeavour for moksa.

They are crushed punishmnets a pulp by heavy beating. We have adjudged our penalty. The sinner lies in it, feeding upon puhishments alone until his period of punishment.

28 Deadly punishments mentioned in Garuda Puran- Daily Bhaskar

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This hell is reserved for punushments husband or the wife who only treat their spouses well when they are to profit or pleasure to them. Than what’s the point of suicide? Those who do not compassionate the helpless, who hate the good, who punish the guiltless;–these certainly go to hell. By the way what is narayan Bali? We do not have the garusa to take the life which we did not create.

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Garuda Purana, the sacred manuscript of Hindu religion briefs about the life after death of humans. Assuming these pains are so severe that no one in that person’s place could bear it, and without support and encouragement c We have pain and bad incidents according to our deeds karma in this life and from past lives, so don’t you think all these should be in a particular limit more punishment than that shifted to next life?

Garuda Purana pg 35 II. When, afflicted with thirst, he begs for water to drink, then the messengers give him boiling oil to drink. I read a story in which the person steals some food and enflish to a puranq family with which he has no relation then since his intention was good, INDRA himself came to take him to Swarg.

Who covets the King’s wife; who abducts others’ wives, who is lustful towards virgins, and who slanders virtuous women;