[Advaita-l] Advaita-l Digest, Vol 53, Issue 16
Prasad Ramamurthy Kadambi
kaupeenavanta at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 23:45:05 CDT 2007
On 9/19/07, K.Sankarasubramanian(Finance/TVS-E) <
k.sankarasubramanian at tvs-e.in> wrote:
> I have a question to ask on Advaitin..
> I understand that the Advaita saints are also called "Eka Dandi", which
> means that, they have a single Dhandam (stick) representing Athman &
> Bhraman are one and the same
> Does it mean that Dwvaita saints always hold two Dhandams (stick)
> jointly in their hands on the principles of dwaitha?
Well, not sure with dvaita saints, but all vishishtAdvaita saints have
tridanda (3 sticks).
Adi Shankara on devotion in VishnuShatpadi !!
सत्यपि भेदापगमे नाथ तवाहं न मामकीनस्त्वम् !
सामुद्रो हि तरङ्गः क्कचन समुद्रो न तरङ्गः !!
"Even when there is no distinction between us, O Lord, I am yours and not
You mine, for the wave is of the ocean and ocean is never of the wave".
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