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Shri Ramanujacharya birth anniversary

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Shri Ramanujacharya birth anniversary

Shri Ramanujacharya birth anniversary

Recently the Vice President paid tribute to the great philosopher, saint and social reformer, Shri Ramanujacharya ji on his birth anniversary. The Vice-President said that Ramanujacharya was a great proponent of Vedanta and Vaishnavism, who also preaches the message of universal brotherhood.

Ramanuja or Ramanujacharya


  • Ramanujacharya (1017–1137 CE) was a great Indian philosopher, social reformer, Hindu theologian and one of the most important exponents of the Sri Vaishnavism tradition within
  • Shri Yadav Prakash was the teacher of Ramanuja, who was part of the tradition of the ancient Advaita Vedanta
  • According to the Sri Vaishnava tradition Ramanuja disagreed with his guru and non- dualistic Advaita Vedanta, and instead of the Tamil Alvara tradition, the scholars followed Nathmuni and
  • Ramanuja famous as the chief proponent of the Vishishtadvaita subschool of Vedanta, and his pupils were likely authors of texts such as the Shatyayaniya
  • Ramanuja himself wrote several influential texts in Sanskrit, such as Bhashya on the Brahma Sutras, and the Bhagavad-gi

Source: All India Radio

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