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Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the most widely recognised Puranas among the 18 Puranas, for its one-pointed focus on Bhakti. Thus it has been commented upon by many scholars from various schools of Vedanta, like: Sridhara Svami - Advaita Sampradaya (Adi Shankara) Veeraraghavacharya - Vishishtadvaita Sampradaya (Ramanujacharya) Vijayadhvaja Tirtha - Dvaita ...


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Why would Lord Jagannatha deport one of his avataras to Srikurmam? A possible answer to this question is provided in the following link The content is copied here: Emperumaanar had many meetings with the king, holding religious discussions with him. ‘Ananta Varman Choda Ganga Deva’ (Chodaganga) was the king at that time, who earlier had a leaning ...


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Yes. The term Sri-Vaishnava in common parlance refers to followers of Nammazhvar (Sharanagati) and Ramanuja (Savisheshadvaita philosophy). Both in Pancharatra and Vaikhanasa temples throughout India one can find idols of the Azhvars and Ramanuja. Therefore it is reasonable to assume that Vaikhanasas consider themselves followers of Nammazhvar and Ramanuja, ...


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