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-ism, -ism, -ism.

by Aranyakananda In the last post I denounced the notion that there were “too many Gods” in Hinduism, on the grounds that one of the main tenets of the Vedas is that “truth is one; the wise call it by … Continue reading

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A Pure Reflection of the True Spirit of Sanatana Dharma/Personality of God-head vs. Impersonal Brahman

by Aranyakananda “Truth is one. Sages call it by many names” This being my 200th post on this weblog, I’d like to get back to a focus on Vishnu and Vaisnavism. In doing so, in these next several posts I … Continue reading

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