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Here, we establish Sriman Narayana's paratva and prove Adi Shankara and early advaitins held Vishnu alone as Saguna Brahman. We also expose Shaivas in advaitic garb as proponents and adherents of newer tradition which is in no way connected to the ancient system of advaita vedanta which was purely vaishnava in nature.
Whatever is published on this blog, is a faithful reproduction of the thoughts and works of ancient gurus. We have taken great care to not intersperse this with our own ideas or conceptions. If there are any mistakes on this blog (and undoubtedly there are), they are likely to be minor issues which do not impact the overall message that is to be communicated.
We are Vishishtadvaitins, followers of Bhagavad Ramanujacharya. However, this blog contains material from all 3 systems of vedanta and is aimed at a general audience. This is because no matter what the differences between Vedantins are, the one common thread underpinning their thoughts is Vishnu Paratva.
Lastly, we would like to state that it is not our intention to offend Shiva bhaktas, but only to reveal the position of Shiva as per the Vedas. Shiva is a highly respected Deva and thus, we only seek to establish his jIvatva and not to insult him. Any deprecatory content on Shiva is always in the context of glorifying Vishnu, which is admissible as per the shAstra and the nahi ninda nyAya. But there is no intent to genuinely belittle a great bhakti yogi like Rudra.


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