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Can we post here hypothetical questions regarding our mythological figures, for example if X was there in place of Y what would have he done, or what would have happened if instead of event A, event B happened.

Although questions like above will garner diverse views but, that's the sort of thing that would make this place bubbling with life. There are a hell lot of people with a huge bank of knowledge here so, a lengthy discourse would only enthuse the enthusiasts here.

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  • @AnkitSharma Should this be a FAQ? – sv. Feb 25 '16 at 18:32
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Such questions are speculative in nature and therefore, may not be useful to the subject matter that is Hinduism. Unless very carefully worded as to elicit comparison/contrast between philosophies/schools of thought etc., such questions may not be encouraged, IMO.

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From blog.stackoverflow.com:

Stack Exchange is about questions with objective, factual answers. We've been crystal clear about this for as long as I can remember, even back to the earliest, pre-beta days of Stack Overflow. It's right there in the standard Stack Exchange FAQ:

What kind of questions should I NOT ask here?

  • Avoid asking questions that are subjective, argumentative, or require extended discussion.
  • This is not a discussion board, this is a place for questions that can be answered!
  • Thus, questions that are not answerable -- discussions, debates, opinions -- should be closed as subjective.

However, you can always create a new chat room on Hinduism.SE and discuss off-topic subjects there. But you'll have to invite a few users to get the conversation going.

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  • On chat nobody is interested. – Vikas Aug 7 '19 at 3:09
  • @Vikas Most of your objective (not speculative) questions are already answered on the main site and also in chat rooms. – sv. Aug 7 '19 at 21:06
  • They haven't been answered yet. – Vikas Aug 8 '19 at 2:11
  • @Vikas 11 out of your 16 questions have an answer but you haven't accepted a single answer yet. – sv. Aug 8 '19 at 22:54
  • They haven't clarified them or they don't have intention to do it. – Vikas Aug 9 '19 at 3:02

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