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Religion and Philosophy


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This article explains in a simple way the Dvaita and Advaita philosopies, which are fundamental to the evolution of ‘Sanatana dharma’ - which we now call ‘Hinduism’. It is still evolving, as our knowledge of science advances.

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Religion, God, Quality, Brahman, consciousness, Devotion, Non-duality.
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Nandan Kandanat
Tripunithura, Kochi, India

Abstract


This article explains in a simple way the Dvaita and Advaita philosopies, which are fundamental to the evolution of ‘Sanatana dharma’ - which we now call ‘Hinduism’. It is still evolving, as our knowledge of science advances.

Keywords


Religion, God, Quality, Brahman, consciousness, Devotion, Non-duality.

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