Sharanagati is a concept developed from the Vedas

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The concept of Sharanagati or surrender became prominent after Srimad Bhagavatam became popular.

But Bhagavatam is the essence of the Vedas.

So Sharanagati has to be present in the Vedas.

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What is an Indian's overall impression about Mahabharata?

Mahabharata is a divine work. It is a narration about the events of an age when Gods and Rishis directly mingled with men. People were much more righteous and happier then. Through the battle of Kurukshetra, it is established that dharma always triumphs over adharma. Mahabharata is India's history.

What is the goal of Upanishads?

Laymen may assume that there are contradictions within the Vedas. Some mantra says that the universe came out of Brahma. Some other mantra says that the universe came out of Vishnu. Upanishads iron out all such differences and establish that they mean one and the same. Upanishads reveal the essence of Vedic knowledge. Upanishads are based on the Vedic concept of Brahman which is the one and only supreme truth.

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