[Advaita-l] Difference between Vijnana and Jnana
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Fri Oct 12 09:24:57 CDT 2012
Thank members for your informative response.
On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 2:54 AM, Shrinivas Gadkari
<sgadkari2001 at yahoo.com>wrote:
> jnAna is enumeration of tattva-s, a high level description of tattva-s.
> vijnAna is an extensive, specific knowledge of interrelation between
> Since the knowledge of interrelation among tattvas can help us expereince
> realize tattva-s better, it is okay to say that vijnAna is jnAna combined
> with realization. However defining vijnAna as only as "jnAna combined with
> in my view, is a watered down definition of vijnAna.
> Dear Members, Can you please help me understand the concept Vijnanam, and
> the Jnanam.
> I am really interested to know is the Vijnanam mentioned in Taittiriya
> Upanishad, and Bhagavad Gita(Chapter 9 First Sloka) are the same. Thanks,
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