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Dvaita - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dvaita, also known as Bhedavāda, Tattvavāda and Bimbapratibimbavāda, is a school of Vedanta founded by Madhvacharya (c. 1238-1317) who was also known as ... - Tattvavâda

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Dvaita | Hindu philosophy |

Dvaita, ( Sanskrit: “Dualism”) an important school in Vedanta, one of the six philosophical systems (darshan s) of Indian philosophy.

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noun, Hinduism. 1. any of the pluralistic schools of philosophy. 2. (initial capital letter) (in Vedantic philosophy) one of the two principal schools, asserting that ...

Dvaita Text Resource

An online text archive for the dualist Vedanta school of Madhva. Features rare texts and prayers as downloadable PDF files.

The Dvaita Home Page -- an Overview

The Dvaita Home Page contains a lot of information about Ananda Tiirtha, also known as Madhvaachaarya, and about Tattvavaada, also known as Dvaita, the dualist school ...

Advaita Vedanta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Advaita teachers; Tradional Advaita Vedanta. Dashanami Sampradaya; Gaudapada; Adi Shankara; Vācaspati Miśra; Padmapadacharya; Amalananda; Jagadguru of Sringeri ...

Advaita and Dvaita - Times of India

How significant is the difference between advaita and dvaita? Advaita propounds that the world is an illusion. All actions and emotions including sorrow ...

Dvaita Text Resource: Releases

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Brahman According to Advaita and Dvaita in Hinduism

Dvaita and Advaita are two divergent schools of Vedanta philosophy in Hinduism which interpret reality and the relationship between Brahman, the Supreme Universal ...