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146 The Ramayana describes the story of Rama, an avatara of Vishnu, and is taken as a history of the 'ideal king based on the principles of dharma, morality and ethics.Meyer Yearbook of Muslims in Europe.Pashaura Singh and Louis.57 The Vaishnava sampradaya started by Madhvacharya is a monotheistic tradition wherein Vishnu (Krishna) is omnipotent, omniscient and omnibenevolent.It is also called Vishnuism, its followers are called Vaishnavas, and it considers.A b Dumont, PE (Translator) (1940).105 The Vaishnava Upanishads present diverse ideas, ranging from bhakti -style theistic themes to a synthesis of Vaishnava ideas with Advaitic, Yoga, Shaiva and Shakti themes.(1986 Jiva Gosvamin's Tattvasandarbha: A Study on the Philosophical and Sectarian Development of the Gaudiya Vaisnava Movement, Motilal Banarsidass Pub Flood, Gavin (1996 An introduction to Hinduism, Cambridge University Press, isbn Jeaneane.Volume 1, To Arms by Hew Strachan Flying Against the Arrow: An Intellectual in Ceausescu's Romania (Central European Library of Ideas).-R.183 185 The Alvars, which literally means "those immersed in God were Vaishnava poet-saints who sang praises of Vishnu as they travelled from one place to another.They have been associated with a specific founder, providing the following scheme: Brahma Sampradaya ( Madhvacharya Sri Sampradaya ( Ramanuja Rudra Sampradaya ( Vishnuswami, Vallabhacharya 201 Kumaras sampradaya ( Nimbarka ).James Lochtefeld (2002 "Urdhvapundra The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol.6 Finally, the Narayana-cult was also included, which further brahmanized Vaishnavism.A b F Otto Schrader (1973).The relationship between Krsna and Visnu: in the context of the Avatara myth as presented by the Harivamsa, the Visnupurana and the Bhagavatapurana, Surrey: Routledge,. .Groningen 1997 Roy Chaudhury,.C.; Prajnananda,.The Ka Cycle in the Puras: Themes and Motifs in a Heroic Saga.
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His avatars, asserts Vaishnavism, descend to empower the good and fight evil, thereby restoring Dharma.
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