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- lin****athism, lin****at, lingavanta is an independent religionin india , established by the philosopher and statesman, basavanna in the 12th
- the tradition of virasaiva sect was founded by five ascetics- revana, marula, ekorama, panditaradhya, vishwaradhya- who are held to have
- work that the following translation comes from, chronicles the life and deeds of allama prabhu, a 12th-century virasaiva saint and teacher.
- sonnalige in solapur district which was famous as the birthplace of the celebrated virasaiva saint siddharama was included in the sevuna
- he also translated dvaitin, virasaiva, and jaina writings from sanskrit. he has lived in mysore , india for 17 years. published works
- like most virasaivas that followed him, he taught a life of complete nonviolence , even teaching local hunting tribes to renounce meat and
- hiremath's publications listed as references in 'religion and social system of the vīraśaiva community by danesh a. chekki' http://books.
- according to ramaswamy, as part of the virasaiva movement weavers championed caste negation or anti-casteism initially however, as time
- prabhulinga leelai is a 15th-century virasaiva work, written in kannada and comprising 1,111 verses. composed when a virasaiva scholar,
- navalar worked vigorously to marginalize the po****r virasaiva traditions of jaffna along with vaishnavism and the po****r folk religion