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In few upanyasams by Srivaishnava scholars, on the question of what is Brahman, I have come across this verse from Taittirīya Upanishad -

Yato vā imāni bhutāni jāyante; yena jātāni jivanti; yat prayantya-bhisamviśanti; tat vijijnāsasva; tat Brahmeti.

How does the explanation of this verse differ between advaita and visishtadvaita?

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    If you are asking for list from other samparadayas, then this question could be closed as too broad. Already 1 close vote being too broad! – Parabrahman Jyoti Dec 28 '18 at 3:48
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    @AkshayS I didn't ask for "the entire" list. I said "some other key verses". Besides, a person answering the question might stick to one or 2 sampradayic details. That will certainly not fall under "too broad". – Ambi Dec 28 '18 at 3:51
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    How much is a "some"? Few, some etc., are subjective and not suitable to describe on a Q&A site. What are key quotes is also subjective. So, this is likely to get closed as too broad or primarily opinion based. A user might quote two sampradayas. But still the quotes nor quotes are over neither the sampradayas. This gives rise to more and more incomplete answers. Such list questions are discouraged. – Sarvabhouma Dec 28 '18 at 4:47
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    @Sarvabhouma And how much is "broad"? The word "key" is the qualifier that restricts broadness. "But still the quotes nor quotes are over neither the sampradayas." - what does this mean? Close the question if thats what needs to be done. – Ambi Dec 28 '18 at 5:46
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    @Sarvabhouma By that logic, every answer from a samparadaya perspective is incomplete, because the depth can be increased by another learned person. Anyway, I think we are unnecessarily devolving in to wordplay. I can find many such questions which invited a wall of text as answers, but it is not a good use of both of our energies and time to get in to a tussle on that. Like I said, if the community votes it out, so be it. – Ambi Dec 28 '18 at 6:07

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