Definition of Sanātana-dharma Sanātana-dharma is a conglomerate of all laukika-dharmas like the mātṛ-dharma, pitṛ-dharma, rāja-dharma, strī-dharma, prajā-dharma + all vaidika dharmas like the varṇāśrama dharma + puruṣārthas like dharma, artha, kama, moksha & prema + paths like karma-kāṇḍa, jñāna-kāṇḍa, upāsanā-kāṇḍa, aṣtāṅga-yoga + darśanas like the Vedānta, Nyāya, Mīmāṁsā etc. + upāsanāgata sampradāyas like […]Read More Definition of Sanātana-dharma
Reconciliation of Sāṅkhya & Pūrva-mīmāṁsā with the Vaiṣṇava-siddhānta & interpretation of Yoga-sūtras in the Vaiṣṇava light. Query shared on 20th February 2017 AD — 6:00:53 AM – PST — Sir Nagendra Sharma Rao ‘Advaitin’ (Flushing, New York, USA): a) Now I have some questions TO LEARN for you. You are […]Read More Reconciliation of Sāṅkhya & Pūrva-mīmāṁsā with the Vaiṣṇava-siddhānta & interpretation of Yoga-sūtras in the Vaiṣṇava light.
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