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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste Ganeshprasadji,

    I fully agree, noting however, that even worshippers of same God kill. The cultural differences seem to accentuate the problems further.

    Om Namah Shivaya
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevoji,

    Its OK because it is HDF. Had it been a christian forum or a muslim forum the blue highlights and the word 'sattva' would shift. It would also shift with every change of dress...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevoji,

    Though atanu has been rebuked by many and you extolled by many in this thread, but it appears that we must come to the similar conclusion eventualy. Based on above in quote, I...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste Ekanta,

    I bring this to surface once again just that 'Radical Universalism' may be better understood, without malice and without bias. I do not feel OK that Dr. Frank Morales creates a...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

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    Namaste saidevoji,

    There is no doubt. Whatsoever or in howsoever fashion the tern 'Universal' is defined in net, it primarily means:



    Wherever the teaching is of one...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevo, Jai murugan, Satay,

    I wish to dispel a doubt before I begin. Sanatana dharma, understood as one truth is universal and is anadimat - without beginning and end, complete, stand...
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    Namaste saidevoji,

    This is good post highlighting the differences. Since Paramacharya teaches this we must accept full teaching which also says right in the beginning:

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    Has any...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste Satay,

    Enough evidence has been shown that no hindu guru teaches that Lord/God/Jehovah etc. are different. The teachers are emphatic that God is one - given names are different. Paths are...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste Satay,

    No. Apaurusheya does not mean specific for a person, or group or a time. The point is not that. The point is that no hindu sage has taught that Bible or Koran is barbaric.


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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    The highest teaching in all Upanishads, the crown of Vedas is that the Brahman-Prabhu is the Atman. It can be seen as one OM (akshara) or in three parts A-U-M.

    The akshara abides as pure infinite...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevoji,

    The scribd link is not avalilable any more.

    Do you say that the following are not taught by the Seer:



    All of should read the full book instead of reading material...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Kanchi Paramacharya has said that as Veda is apaurusheya to us so are the revealed scriptures to Christians and Muslims. Vivekananda has agreed of the revealed nature of Koran -- though he has...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste Saidevoji,

    That is acceptance that there is gnosis in Bible and Koran which is being overlooked.

    Om Namah Shivaya
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    namaste satay,

    Don't do that. You will break your head. Nothing of what you claim above has been deduced by any of the citations (provided by me) which consistently say that the goal for all...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    namaste saidevoji,

    Shri Ramana rejected nothing and accepted nothing but God as true.



    If i quote anything, i do it from those teachers only. But as said earlier i do not wish it now for...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    I asked which one is true? Vaisnavism or Saivism? God underlying both the paths is true. And thus Kanchi Pramacharya says:

    "-----What we call "apauruseya" is revealed text in their case. The word...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    I do not understand your requirement of logic. Saivism and Vaisnavism are not same due to difference in names and forms yet they are same because both relate to OM and its substratum.

    Similarly,...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Satay,

    Is this your idea of revelation - apauruseya. It has to be Indian?

    From Kanchi Paramacharya
    The Word of God

    We must not distrust the belief that the Vedas are not the work of mere...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    May I ask why so? Does Veda mean the written book or the silent realisation of the Heart?

    Do you think that all sages who have been cited are all bluffing?

    Om Namah Shivaya
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    namaste Satay,

    I think the question is akin to asking ------. I let go.

    Better to ask, why some Vaisnavas even do not enter Shiva temple? No one says that religions are same.

    I will...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    So, now Chinmayananda is also not acceptable?:dunno:

    Probably you have not read fully. Shankara possibly could not compare, on account of being pre-dated. He would have stripped away the duality...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste Saidevoji,

    I also knew what the reply would be. So, I bow out as I have to pack. Just this:

    Swami Chinmayananda

    -----The values seem to be different. at least in emphasis in...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevoji,

    First, this is the teaching of Swami Ranganatha. Second, yes there are Gnostics and Sufis.



    That is not the point. The point is "I am That I am" is taught in Bible. If...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    The following is from Complete Works

    http://www.ramakrishnavivekananda.info/vivekananda/volume_1/lectures_and_discourses/practical_religion_breathing_and_meditation_frame.htm

    MOHAMMED
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevoji,

    You are correct. Swamiji was an activist. The immutable Master was however Ramakrishna. Unlike Ramakrishna or Ramana who stood like rock with their conviction, Swami Vivekanada...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namste EM,

    Sorry. I was in haste. But I hope the result is not bad.

    Regards

    Om Namah Shivaya
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Easterm Mind mentioned about Swami Chinmayananda as one who has repudiated Radical Universalism. Swamiji touches upon the subject of this thread in an article, which is posted:
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    Namaste saidevo ji,

    Regarding Kanchi Paramacharya, I have no doubt from
    "-----What we call "apauruseya" is revealed text in their case. The word of the Lord has come through the agency of great...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    namaste,

    I accept your rebuke. You are correct that two paragraphs are mixed since, I could not find the original. However, the following is one piece:



    The following is another


    I...
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    Re: Hindu Universalism

    namaste saidevoji,

    True. Not all things are same and not all religions same. But the substratum underlying all these different things is same. This understanding can occur in all things.


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    Re: Was Muhammad Enlightened? Part 1

    Namaste Satay,

    Hmm. Contemporary gurus/politician/atheist? But where is the evidence of mleccha scripture from your authentic gurus?

    From Kanchi Paramacharya
    The Word of God
    We must not...
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    Re: Was Muhammad Enlightened? Part 1

    Namaste Satay,

    How do you you judge personal attack from me?



    :) Is it a case of dost dost nA rahA? I still believe in 'physician heal thyself'.
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