[Advaita-l] Question about Avaccheda vada

Aditya Kumar kumaraditya22 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 8 22:17:15 EST 2018

Namaskar Sreenivasa Murthyji,

At first I thought you were trolling me. But this is actually an interesting question. Even within the confines of philosophy/theology, only two entities exist: jiva and brahman/ishwara. 
Akasha could mean space or ether. The significance of using this in the analogy as I understand is that in the homogenous brahman, multitude is just an appearance due to upadhi. There is no transformation or transfiguration or even a distinct controller (ishwara) apart from brahman. This is the best representation of vivartavada. 

On Thu, 8/2/18, sreenivasa murthy <narayana145 at yahoo.co.in> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] Question about Avaccheda vada
 To: "A discussion group for Advaita Vedanta" <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org>
 Cc: "Aditya Kumar" <kumaraditya22 at yahoo.com>
 Date: Thursday, 8 February, 2018, 4:20 PM
 Dear Sri Aditya
 Kumar,Namaskars to you..
 Are there
 three entities Viz. jIva, brahman and Isvara?They
 may exist as three entities  on paper; but do they actually
 and factually exist as three independently existing
 entities? You have used the word "AkASa". What is
 the significance of that word? Please enligten me about
 these points. Thanking you.With respectful
 namaskars,Sreenivasa Murthy.
                         On Thursday 8 February 2018, 7:51:09
 PM IST, Aditya Kumar via Advaita-l
 <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
                     If ghatakasha is
 jiva and mahakasha is brahman, what or where is Ishwara in
 the equation? 
 Archives: http://lists.advaita-vedanta.org/archives/advaita-l/
 To unsubscribe or change
 your options:
 For assistance,
 listmaster at advaita-vedanta.org

More information about the Advaita-l mailing list