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(from the Sanskrit for 'end of the Veda') one of six orthodox philosophical systems or viewpoints rooted in the Upanishads as opposed to Mimamsa which relies on the Vedas and Brahmanas

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8221; “Selfless Self” offers a fresh, simple, clear and totally pragmatic approach to Advaita Vedanta and nonduality.
His aesthetics affiliate effectively with his desires in establishing a correspondence of his art with the philosophy of Advaita or nonduality.
The participating bands include What's In The Name (Mumbai), Barefaced Liar (Delhi), ZnG (Bhutan), Circus (Delhi), Biuret (Korea), Stigmata (Sri Lanka), Eman's Conspiracy (Maldives), Papon And The East Indian Company (Mumbai), Pardis (Afghanistan), Susmit Sen Chronicles (Delhi), LRB (Bangladesh), Strings (Pakistan), Advaita (India), Raghu Dixit Project (India) and Albatross (Nepal).
There is Nina, a world renouncer in the Advaita tradition who now lives in a Hindu ashram.
They are Johanna Cordova, Advaita Shetty, Jenna Marie Dula, Ancila Fiona Ferrao, Allysa Joy Valenciano, Ailyn Pazon and Ina Jeshaiah Fernandez.
Sultry Advaita Shetty, at 17-years-old and standing 5ft-8ins tall, has all the natural attributes to make it to the top in the highly-competitive world of beauty pageants, according to the judges of Thursday evening's contest.
For Advaita Vedanta pure consciousness goes beyond all dualism including the rationalistic means-ends dualism.
Take the teaching of Sri Vallabhacharya who propounded the Suddha Advaita (pure nondualism) in the 15th century.
As the rhetoric of global spirituality in these contexts actually derives from the Hindu monistic philosophy of Advaita Vedanta, the neo-Vedantan discourse of nondenominational, non-religious, and non-Hindu spirituality concurrently becomes the very apotheosis of Hindu or Vedic wisdom.
Isherwood was able to find a welcoming religion in Advaita Vedanta, which is based on ancient Hindu texts.
There are four monasteries in the Advaita tradition, including Puri, each headed by a shankaracharya.
Missiological Significance of the Christian Concept of Creation in the Context of Advaita Vedanta Philosophy.
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Bhagavad Gita, translated by Swami Gambhirananda, (Calcutta, India: Advaita Ashrama, 1984).
To support their position, Hindu Nationalists cite resemblances between Advaita Vedanta sutras of the first millennium BCE and postmodern Western science regarding the concepts of plurality of knowledge and non-dualistic philosophy of science.