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Vishishtadvaita

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A hymn on the tenets of Vishishtadvaita
Tiruchinnam, a bugle of sorts shaped somewhat akin to nadaswaram, is traditionally sounded in Vishnu temples to proclaim the setting out of the deity on a procession and to send a signal to the devotees. God-intoxicated souls see Him everywhere and the ...
UK: Ancient Telugu palm leaf folios transcribed
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. The sub-school has a large number of followers in parts of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, ...
Karnataka: State of diverse cultures, but language is the binding factor
This land gave birth to Madhwacharya, profounder of Dwaita philosophy, and hosted Adi Shankara, who gave the world Advaita philosophy, and Ramanujacharya, profounder of Vishishtadvaita. Basaveshwara, who preached equality and a rational and ...
Returning awards
At different times, Hindu philosophers and saints have propounded and debated on different philosophies like Dvaita, Advaita and Vishishtadvaita, philosophies that served as pillars to strengthen Hinduism. The Dadri lynching was, no doubt, a heinous act.
Muktha back after 25 years
He will be making the biopic of Sri Ramanuja, the Hindu philosopher, theologian and a leading expounder of Vishishtadvaita, titled Manitha Neyar Ramanujar. Talking about the project, he says, “I am casting a new comer to play the role of Sri Ramanujar.

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