[Advaita-l] Comments of an ISCKON follower

Shyam Subramanian shyamsub at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 18:37:03 CDT 2012

Dear Rajaram,

On Sat, Mar 17, 2012 at 11:47 PM, Rajaram Venkataramani <
rajaramvenk at gmail.com> wrote:

> Sridhara Swami was an advaitin but his view of Advaita is different from
> the views of many contemporary  advaitins. For example, his view is Ishwara
> is that He is absolute. He considered advaita siddhi to be different from
> sayujya following Bhagavatam, which says that a devotee does not accept any
> of the five kinds of liberation including sayujyam and attains the very
> state or Vishnu. As you can see from Sri Sadananda's post, contemporary
> advaitins equate sayujyam with advaita siddhi.
The commentary on the vivekacUDAmaNi (verse 2) by Sri candraSekhara bhAratI
svAminaH mentions that
"sAlokya-sAmIpya-sArUpya-sAyujya" cannot be considered be truly mukti. The
commentary is in
An english translation
of the same is in


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