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- ekoramaradhya or ekorama panditaradhya vishwaradhya the tradition of virasaiva sect was founded by five ascetics- revana, marula, ekorama, panditaradhya
- lin****atism /ˈlɪŋɡɑːjʌθ/ is a shaivite religion part of veerashaiva dharma practiced in india. it is different from hinduism and propounds monotheism through
- literature into both german and english. he also translated dvaitin, virasaiva, and jaina writings from sanskrit. he has lived in mysore, india for 17
- social system of the vīraśaiva community by danesh a. chekki' dr. hiremath's publications listed as references in 'the origins of vīraśaiva sects: a typological
- origins of vīraśaiva sects, motilal banarsid****, isbn 978-8120807761, page 64 footnote 19 r blake michael (1992), the origins of vīraśaiva sects, motilal
- from, chronicles the life and deeds of allama prabhu, a 12th-century virasaiva saint and teacher. there are two traditions regarding allamaprabhu's life
- new delhi, 1995, p. 299. [2] d. i. hans, vīraśaiva sāhitya raśmi: a comprehensive bibliography on virasaiva literature in kannada, english, sanskrit,
- 'the mystic east', routledge  michael, r. blake (1992), the origins of vīraśaiva sects: a typological analysis of ritual and ****ociated patterns in the