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"Visistaadvaita"
Shree Vaishnava Philosophy and Practice

Tutorial

Welcome to learning Visistaadvaita Shree Vaishnava philosophy and practice by web tutorial. This course does not require the reader to have knowledge in Sanskrit or Tamil or in philosophy. Sanskrit / Tamil terms used will be translated and explained at all places in lucid English in these lessons. Each lesson will be for 4 to 6 pages only. Therefore the reader can easily read it and understand it just like reading a story. The reader is most welcome to present his questions, comments, suggestions, and doubts to me. It will be a pleasure for me to answer them. I conduct this course only as a Bhagavat-Bhaagavata Kainkaryam (service) and as requested by few interested people. Therefore I expect from you only your dedication and devotion towards Visistaadvaita Shree Vaishnavam. I request the readers to circulate the lessons to those interested in learning our Shree Sampradayam. Also I would request the readers to make those who are interested to learn about our sampradayam to join this course. I again assure you that the lessons will be simple. Your suggestion, comments, questions, and doubts are always welcome. Always feel free to write to me at mshari@usa.net

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Contents

  1. Lesson One
  2. Lesson Two
  3. Lesson Three
  4. Lesson Four
  5. Lesson Five
  6. Lesson Six
  7. Lesson Seven
  8. Lesson Eight
  9. Lesson Nine
  10. Lesson Ten

    Lessons 11-20

to be continued...



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