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anbu
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in Sudharshana Chakra i found one secret,,, back side narasinga perumal with 8 hands and front side with khali 16 hands and 6 edge star ( 2 tri angle) ,,, its formula for ideal weapon,,, it is made by SUN raw materiel.

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BanKim
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BanKim

i wish know the original sanskrit shlok & its translation, which describes Shri Sudarshan Chakra.

subal krsna das
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subal krsna das

A FLAMING SWORD AND THE SUDARSHAN CAKRA DEVOTEE: The Vedas inform us of the Sudarshan Cakra, a manifestation of the Lord’s spiritual potency which acts in different capacities according to the Lord’s desire. Generally the Sudarshan Cakra appears as a weapon like a discus with a razor sharp edge that may also exhibit intolerable heat. In his prayers to the Sudarshan Cakra, Ambarisa Maharäja said, “O master of speech, by your effulgence, full of religious principles, the darkness of the world is dissipated, and the knowledge of learned persons or great souls is manifested. Indeed, no one can surpass your… Read more »

Ravi P
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Ravi P

It is symbolic.

Shamim
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Shamim

It is something to do with Hinduism about which I do not know much.

ASHOK SAHU
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ASHOK SAHU

Sudarshan Chakra is an integral part of Narayana, the lord of the universe. He adorned with the moving disc that represents the time which is never constant. It operates invisibly and Lord Krishna the incarnation of Lord Vishnu was eliminating all the unrighteous elements to reestablish Dharma on the earth, during the famous Mahabharata War. It is both an object as well as symbol. It is the most insurmountable weapon of the creator and it is symbolic of time the great tyrant.

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WISDOM

Sudarshana Chakra (Sanskrit: सुदर्शण चक्रम्) is a spinning disc like weapon with very sharp edge, which serves as an attribute of the Hindu God Vishnu. Lord Vishnu, also called Narayana, is portrayed with four hands, holding a Shankha (a conch shell), the Sudarshana, a Gada (mace) and a Padma (lotus). Lord Vishnu is depicted holding the chakra from a central hole, with his forefinger. Seemingly, the disc simply spins around his finger. According to the Puranas, he could simply release it and it would do the required deed and return back to his finger. It is revered as a divine… Read more »

Poet
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Poet

It is an object imagined by the Hindus.

Max M
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Max M

It is the Wheel of Time that the Hindu God Lord Krishna holds. There fore it is symbolic.

Cupid
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Cupid

I thought , it is a type of meditation.

Runa
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Runa

It is the invisible weapon that Lord Krishna was using to destroy the unsrupulous and the unrightous during the Mahabharat War fought about more than 5000 years back.

Socrates
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Socrates

It is an object that one can see in the paintings depicting Krishna who holds a running wheel in his right hand. There is Sudarshan Chakra Yoga propounded by one Sri Sri Ravisankar in India with followers through the world.

Simon
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Simon

Please use the links given below, which I found by doing a Google Search, that will help you get more details.

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