dvaita advaita

dvaita (Sanskrit: द्बैत, Kannada: ದ್ವೈತ) also known as Tattvavada and Bheda-vada — a school of Vedanta (the most widespread Hindu philosophy) founded by Madhvacharya, stresses a strict distinction between Vishnu (God) and the jivas (individual living beings). According to Madhvacharya, the Self is not 'created' by God but do, nonetheless depend on him for their existence.



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