What is "Chaarvanka???????? Philosophy"? What are your views on this Shloka of him?

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Asked at 2012-08-17 21:41:02
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While you live, just live comfortably . Only borrow money and drink Ghee ( enjoy life with all worldly pleasures ). Once you die and have been reduced to ashes , you will not come here on this earth for the repayment of their loans.
Answer1AllyAnswered at 2012-08-27 16:10:03
People Who perde muita tem or when they will pruma festa vai e embebeda and Acorda is com gelo Banheira numa !
Answer2MubtasimAnswered at 2012-09-08 09:22:03
This sloka is for those who are living life miserable. not enjoy life . avoiding the pleasure of life . and dream of living in the future . working in present.collecting money. MedlinePlus Not for those who are beggars and asked to borrow the money and disappear without repayment . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus This sloka does not teach irresponsibility . MedlinePlus Neither this sloka teach any MedlinePlus spirituality . suggests that living life now and not postpone it. who knows next time you can come or not .
Answer3dollieAnswered at 2012-10-03 01:54:21
Charwaks refused to accept the Vedas , refused to accept after heaven and hell of life and denied that there rebirths . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Atheists can now be thinking that they are bringing a new idea , but actually 1000s of years ago , this sect had also Hinduism . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Charwaks well have said debt and enjoy life , because there is no karma , no heaven / hell no God , there is only life and is to be enjoyed fully MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But there were few takers for his philosophy and failed miserably in a country full of spiritual wisdom
Answer4angel 03Answered at 2012-11-06 08:56:56
Charvak's Philosophy is "????? ?????? ???????? ?????" means there is no Being and no Supreme Being, but it's not complete, he didn't get the complete knowledge, so he was not able to understand the God. He only got the knowledge of the Nature and that too incomplete.
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