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For questions about ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness), the religious organisation, the Hare Krishna movement or its followers (Hare Krishnas).

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The FAQ available on ISKCON's official website clearly states: Is ISKCON Hindu? ISKCON belongs to the Gaudiya Vaishnava sampradaya (denomination or tradition), a monotheistic tradition … Vaishnavism. Together, they make up the world’s third largest religion–today called Hinduism. You can read more about it here. To summarize, ISKCON considers itself to be part of Gaudiya Vaishnavism …
answered Mar 5 by RishX
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I know both are Gaudiya Vaishnava organisations. But are they related in any way (Guru Parampara etc)?
asked Mar 3 by RishX
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As this site mentions, A brahmavadi is one who is tattva-vit, as defined in the shastras vadanti ttva vidas tattvam yaj jNaanam advayam brahmeti para …
answered Feb 11 by RishX
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As it is well known, ISKCON (and other Vaishnavas for that matter) strongly criticize philosophy of Advaita. Srila Prabhupada himself criticized Mayavada in his various commentaries on Vaishnava …
asked Feb 11 by RishX