Hindu conception of the deity as culminating in Rāmānuja, by Bharatan Kumarappa. London Luzac & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Rāmānuja; Rāmānuja: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bharatan Kumarappa. Reprint of the ed. published by Luzac, London, under title: The Hindu conception of the deity as culminating in Rāmānuja. Originally presented as the author's thesis, London, , under title: Rāmānuja's conception of the deity. Description: xiv, pages ; . Ramanuja, South Indian Brahman theologian and philosopher, the single most influential thinker of devotional Hinduism. After a long pilgrimage, Ramanuja settled in Shrirangam, where he organized temple worship and founded centres to disseminate his doctrine of devotion to the god Vishnu and his. Internet Archive BookReader Hindu Conecption Of The Deity As Culminating In Ramanuja Internet Archive BookReader Hindu Conecption Of The Deity As Culminating In Ramanuja Hindu Conecption Of The Deity As Culminating In Ramanuja.
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He explains the concept of karma in Hinduism by distinguishing it from that of Buddhism and Jainism, which do not require the existence of an external being like God. In their beliefs, just as a calf among a large number of cows can find its mother at suckling time, so also does karma find the specific individual it needs to attach to and come. Preface Dr. Anima Sen Gupta’s book; “A Critical Study of the Philosophy of Ramanuja,” is a lucid and authentic presentation of Visistadvaita Vedanta as expounded by Bhagavan Ramanuja. Visistadvaita Darsana advocates on the philosophical side a type of Absolutism, a kind of organic conception of Reality, and inculcates on the religious side, belief in a single supreme God who from His. Vishishtadvaita flourished after Ramanuja, but a schism developed over the importance of God’s grace. For the northern, Sanskrit -using school, known as the Vadakalai (“Monkey”) school, God’s grace in gaining release is important, but a human individual should make the best possible effort, as a baby monkey must hold fast to its mother. Hinduism does not condemn those who deny God as the creator and ruler of the world, who do not accept the existence of an eternal soul and the state of Moksha or state of liberation. Hinduism does not render the upholders of such views unfit to be recognised as pious and honourable members of the Hindu religious society.