Adi Shankaracharya and Sri Ramanujacharya
are two of the main holy people in Hinduism. They are the source of two distinct ways of thinking that helps fans in the way of Moksha. Here is an examination of the lessons of Adi Shankara and Sri Ramanuja. This is only an endeavor to become familiar with the lessons of the two of the best educators.
The educating of Adi Shankaracharya is for the most part alluded as Advaita Philosophy
The educating of Sri Ramanujacharya is by and large alluded as Visishtadvaita Philosophy
- Adi Shankara shows Advaita or unity of God (Brahman)
- Sri Ramanuja shows Visishta Advaita or unity of God (Brahman) with ascribes.
- Adi Shankara – Brahman just exists. Indications are brief. They are the consequence of obliviousness. At the point when obliviousness is taken out there is no second.
- Sri Ramanuja – Brahman exists and his signs or properties are genuine. Characteristics (living and non living) are genuine yet are constrained by Brahman.
- Adi Shankara – Moksha or freedom is converging with the Brahman
- Sri Ramanuja-Moksha or freedom is living in Vaikunta close to the feet of Srihari Vishnu
- Adi Shankara – The world is genuine until information day breaks. To an acknowledged soul the world is unbelievable.
- Sri Ramanuja – The world is genuine and is associated with the Supreme Truth
- Adi Shankara – Individual soul is genuine until information day breaks.
- Sri Ramanuja–Individual soul emerged from the Brahman and remains until the end of time.
- Adi Shankara – Soul converges with Brahman. Through self acknowledgment one achieves euphoria.
- Sri Ramanuja – Final objective of soul is Vaikunta. This is achieved through dedication and selflessness.
- Adi Shankara – Pleasure or agony is the consequence of Avidya. At the point when information day break one converges in the expanse of ecstasy (Brahman)
- Sri Ramanuja – Pleasure or agony is the consequence of the karma of the individual soul.