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In the Puranas, Javali is mentioned as an eminent logician who at Chitra Kuta endeavored to persuade Rama. He influenced Rama as it was his duty to accept the Raj when Bharata himself offered it. Rama regarded his arguments as atheistic and wanting in respect for his deceased father the Maharaja.
Javali ultimately recants. This incident is regarded as an interpolation to bring forward Buddhism and Atheism for the sake of refuting them.
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