Marriage is a union between man and woman where start living together to maintain Grhastha life for their upliftment. They share some mutual feelings of faithfulness a step they t to pu spiritual wom andand devotion to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Krsna The husband and wife both are spirit soul. In a specific role wife or husband, they must follow some amount of rules to live socia peaceful, blissful, and happy life. They marry to purify them-selve the L and to avoid illegal sex, which creates havoc in the lives of bothstric the husband and wife and also in the society. In Vedic t marriage is a sacred act and a religious commitment. tradition the unde The jarran
Lord Ramachandra came to this earth to establish an ideal life I for humans. He protected his consort, Sītā Devi, from demontow Rāvana and killed him. If one wants to marry, then one must accep the responsibility to protect his wife and provide the requiredust necessities. On the other hand, if one cannot give protection his wife, one cannot take care of his wife's needs, and if ontwic thri cannot provide children and take care of them, then one should not marry in his lifetime. Instead, one should continue celibate life (Brahmacarya asrama), because it is not fair when one continue to enter the Grhastha aśrama and cause trouble for oneself and others. caus 3.
In Vedic society, the goal of every human being is to attain love of Godhead and, at the end of life, go back home, back to Godhead So it is advised in the Vedas to practice celibate life. If one canno observe this rule, then he cannot regulate his propensity to have sex in married life.
Kratu Das Maharaj
To be Cont.
To have peace of mind and cultured human society, Lord Śri Krsna has divided human society into four social order (Varna) and four spiritual order (aśramas). In Bhagavad Gita 4.13 śloka, Lord Kṛṣṇa says, "cătur-varṇyam mayā sṛṣṭaṁ guna-karma vibhāgaśaḥ, according to the three modes of material nature and the work associated with them, the four divisions of human society are created by Me."
"Vivāha-yajña, the marriage ceremony, is meant to regulate the human mind so that it may become peaceful for spiritual advancement." (Bhagavad-gită 18.5)
So a man is advised to get married and live peacefully with a faithful wife and children and take full responsibility to provide those necessities of life such as a house, eatables, money, clothing. education, medical care, mental, and emotional needs. A man and a woman become complementary to each other to make spiritual advancement in this concept of life; both can become fully peaceful, blissful, and happy. That is because both of them are spirit souls and part and parcel of God.
Kratu Das Maharaj
To be Cont.
You have solutions for other apraadhs, but there is no solution of Vaishnav Apraadh. Only that vaishnav can forgive to whome the apraadh has done.
The person should go to that vaishnava, speak to him humbly and beg his forgiveness for your offences.
Krishna feels happy when we honour His devotees. At the same time, even Krishna does not forgive a person who insults His devotees.
So our guru parampara teaches us to always be careful for
Vanaprastha is one of the four ashrams / stages of life as per Hindu
(3a) During the stage of vanaprastha, one may share the wisdom that one
has accumulated in the earlier stages of life. That is, one serves as a
mature counselor. Although the vanaprasthi mostly withdraws from his
involvements in the world.