[Advaita-l] prakriya bheda within tri matastha-s
vmurthy36 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 1 06:21:24 EST 2017
In Srivaishnavas we hear there are Vadagalai and Tengalai
Sampradayas. There the difference is in Cat-Kitten and Monkey - Monkey
baby type of Bhakti and Prapatti. Cat carries Kitten in mouth and
Kitten is not doing anything. Similarly God will carry and look after
the Bhakta and he does not do anything. God is doing everything for
the Bhakta. In Monkey case the Mother monkey will also carry monkey
baby but the baby is holding the mother. It is doing something.
Similarly God will carry Bhakta but Bhakta has to make some attempt to
hold on God.
In Dvaitis there are so many different Mathas and they have slight
different approaches and customs. But they all believe strongly in
Jayateertharu and Vyaasa Raayaru and Raghavendra Swami also.
On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 4:11 PM, Bhaskar YR via Advaita-l
<advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> hare Krishna
> Just a curious question. Do we have different types of siddhAnta pratipAdana (or prakriya bheda) in other dualists school as well as we have in Advaita?? In shankara's kevalAdvaita we have schools like bhAmati, vivaraNa, work which has been dedicated to reconcile these schools' differences and again there are some more works in an effort of presenting the same siddhAnta slightly (and sometimes considerably ) different from these two major schools etc. I am aware of the ISKCON Vs dvaita, tengalai Vs vadagalai etc. I am more interested to know whether within mAdhva saMpradAya itself there is any siddhAnta pratipAdana bheda ( I think ashta matha-s and their Achraya-s do not differ within themselves when it comes to Ananda teertha pratipAdita tattva vAda or dvaita siddhAnta). Likewise whether there is any different prakriya (methodology) within the school of rAmAnuja's SrivaishNava sampradAya and its vishishtAdvaita siddhAnta. Any related article with regard to this will be helpful.
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