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- lin****atism /ˈlɪŋɡɑːjʌθ/ is a shaivite religion practiced in india. it is different from hinduism and propounds monotheism through worship centered on
- literature into both german and english. he also translated dvaitin, virasaiva, and jaina writings from sanskrit. he has lived in mysore, india for 17
- 'the mystic east', routledge  michael, r. blake (1992), the origins of vīraśaiva sects: a typological analysis of ritual and ****ociated patterns in the
- origins of vīraśaiva sects, motilal banarsid****, isbn 978-8120807761, page 64 footnote 19 r blake michael (1992), the origins of vīraśaiva sects, motilal
- ekoramaradhya or ekorama panditaradhya vishwaradhya the tradition of virasaiva sect was founded by five ascetics- revana, marula, ekorama, panditaradhya
- places where dasimayya set up his weavers looms in mudanuru. like most virasaivas that followed him, he taught a life of complete nonviolence, even teaching
- of the vīraśaiva community. greenwood. p. 53. isbn 978-0-313-30251-0.  danesh a. chekki (1997). religion and social system of the vīraśaiva community
- leelai is a 15th-century virasaiva work, written in kannada and comprising 1,111 verses. it was originally composed when a virasaiva scholar, camarasa, was