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- An Overview of Karma
- Karma is a Sanskrit word than means act or action. In a nutshell, Karma is all about reaping the consequences of one’s action.
Spirits >> The Soul
- What is Kabbalah
- Kabbalah can be interpreted and explained in different ways. Kaballah is quite difficult to categorize since its philosophy cannot be verified and not based on historic fact.
Mystic Sciences >> Symbology
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- Born in Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu, Acharya Ramanuja was the leading expounder of Vishishtadvaita, one of the sub-schools of the Vendanta school of philosphy.
- How ancient India explored knowledge through nyaya
- The Jaina (Jainism), Samkhya, Yoga, Vishishtadvaita Vedanta and Dvaita Vedanta Schools accept a third pramāna, which is śabda (or āgama), "verbal testimony" (or "authority of the scriptures"). This refers to a meaningful statement uttered by a reliable ...
- Sri Madhvacharya and his philosophy of Dvaita
- Among the three jewels of Vedanta viz Shankaracharya, Ramanuja, Sri Madhvacharya could be treated as the third philosopher who introduced a balance between these two extreme positions in Indian philosophy viz. Advaita and Vishishtadvaita. The most ...
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- In his early days, he studied the Vedas and Vedanta under a teacher named Yadavaprakasha. So quick was he in learning the Vedas that the guru allegedly thought of eliminating him.
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- Vedanta commentators read varying relations between Self and Brahman in the text: Advaita Vedanta sees the non-dualism of Atman (soul) and Brahman as its essence, whereas Bhedabheda and Vishishtadvaita see Atman and Brahman as both different ...
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