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Fri Feb 17 09:43:46 CST 2012
> Is there an equivalent in advaita tradition to go to
>Vaikuntha, Sivaloka etc.?
Yes there is. In Bhaja Govindam, sloka 20, Sankara says - "bhagavadgItA
kinchitadItA gangAjalalava kaNikA peetA sakrudapi yena murAri samarchA
kriyate tasya yamena na charchA".
As regards advaitic position on nAma sankIrtana, please refer to the last
sloka of Bhaja Govindam.
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 5:39 PM, Rajaram Venkataramani <
rajaramvenk at gmail.com> wrote:
> The simplest process to achieve krama mukti seems to be that of Sri
> Vaishnavas. You admit that you dont have any qualifications whatsoever and
> perform saranagati. And on acceptance of this by an acharya in the
> line, you are assured of being transported to Vaikuntha at the end of
> life. That simple. Is there an equivalent in advaita tradition to go to
> Vaikuntha, Sivaloka etc.? I was told that upanayanam or nama sankirtanam is
> enough but also here that it is not and one has to perform rigorous
> sadhana. What is the tradition's view on this?
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