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Thiruvithukodu BY P.R.Ramachander This is one of the Vaishnavite
This is one of the Vaishnavite Divya desams located in Kerala. It is located about 2 km from Patambi, which is a village with a railway station near Shoranur.
Ranganathashtakam (Octet on Ranganatha) By Adhi Shankara
(with assistance in editing the translation by Dr.Saroja Ramanujam).
Socio-cultural Orientation of Vaishnavite Studies in 20 century
In this article, I propose to speculate on the revival of the Neo-Vaishnavite ethos with this field, particularly in the case of the Neo-Vaishnavite saints of Assam.
Vernecular religion,beliefs,practices of Assam,India
Neo Vaishnavite devotees in the Namghar (religious prayer hall) performing gayan Vaishnavite devotees playing the cymbals in the religious hall premises.
Do not Be a Slave to Impulses
The Shaivite scandalises the Vaishnavite, and the Vaishnavite spreads stories about the Shaivite.

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Same bhaona, annual shows for 150 yrs
Saint's statue hits brick wall
Living every moment — and every concert
A recent pilgrimage of Vaishnavite temples in Tamil Nadu alerted her to their poor condition, and she started a trust that supports 50 of these temples today. Oh, and she completed her PhD in Vaishnavism at the age of 75.
Piety meets melody
Being a Vaishnavite Kshetra, almost all the Azhwars have sung about Tirupati and the most popular ones were by Thirumangai Azhwar, Kulasekara Azhwar and Andal. Annamcharya composed thousands of songs on the Tirupati deity.
Madarsa gets tobacco-free tag

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Vaishnavism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The followers of Vaishnavism are referred to as Vaishnava(s) or Vaishnavites. A large percentage of Hindus are Vaishnavas, with the vast majority living in India.
Vaishnavite Hinduism Origins, Vaishnavite Hinduism History
Vaishnavism: Devotion to Vishnu - ReligionFacts
Vaishnavite - definition of Vaishnavite by the Free Online Dictionary
Definition of Vaishnavite in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Vaishnavite. Pronunciation of Vaishnavite.
Vaishnavite - BrahmaKumaris.Info Encyclopedia
Bhaktas, or worshipers of Vishnu are called Vaishnavites, an English term that originated from Vaishnava in Sanskrit, which is the Vriddhi form of Vishnu.

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