Am now into the last twenty-five pages of the ‘over-hyped’ book on philosophy, THE WORLD AS WILL AND REPRESENTATION by – . It was very tough reading, more because the noted author is totally confused – perhaps, mystified would be apter between his Biblical understanding of the Universe and the Indian Upanishadic perception of the same. He does pay numerous left-handed compliments to the Rishis of India but is unable to get out of his religious conviction that the Universe is real, created by a God. He thus falls between two stools, confuses the reader too.
While discussing space and time, he says the one begets the other, also space is limitless. In this context, he says Indians have a different perception, cites the story of King Muchukunda (Krita Yuga), who went to Devaloka on a mission to help Indra. When, finally, he returned to Earth after some heavenly-time, several yugas had passed here.
SRIMAD BHAGAVATHAM BOOK 10, Chapter 51 narrates this episode in detail.