Shankaracharya


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Shankaracharya

, Shankara
9th century ad, Hindu philosopher and teacher; chief exponent of Vedanta philosophy
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1 ( ANI ): Scores of people gathered here to pay their last respects to Kanchi Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswati, who passed away on Wednesday.
Expressing his condolences, President Ram Nath Kovind tweeted: "Sad to hear of the passing of Jayendra Saraswatiji, the Shankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam.
The Shankaracharya said while "referendum is a time consuming process", there should be dialogue even with separatists to "douse the present crisis.
The Chairman of Hurriyet forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, sent an SOS letter to Pope Francis in Vatican, the Dalai lama , Imam Kaba, Shankaracharya and ambassadors of various countries in New Delhi, UN, EU and OIC regarding the urgent and grave situation in J and K.
SHANKARACHARYA Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati ruffled some feathers and created a controversy by saying entry of women in the Shani Shingnapur temple will lead to rise in crimes against them like rape.
Campbell cita a Shankaracharya, un monje hindu, para referirse acerca de la necesidad de alejar la tentacion femenina: "Ya no puede el heroe descansar inocentemente con la diosa de la carne; porque ella se ha convertido en reina del pecado.
Ethnomedicinal plants of Shankaracharya Hill, Srinagar, J & K, India.
India, July 15 -- Perhaps Shankaracharya Swaroopanand knows best why faith can't be questioned.
Nowadays, when mankind history has reached in 21stcentury, when human brain has become so wise that we can make the rules for development and welfare of human being, then we have to implements rule of shankaracharya, who had said that "war is universal crime.
Similarly, according to hearsay, Adi Guru Shankaracharya of Kalidi built the famous Badrinath temple to reunite the Hindu followers.
Swami Shankaracharya Onkaranand Saraswathi, head of Prayag Peeth, who opened the seminar, said there is no meaning for religion without moral values.
Many believe India's sadhus and yogis were formalised into a monastic order -- Order of the Sanyasis or renunciates -- by the 5th-century BC Hindu philosopher Adi Shankaracharya.