2 edition of concept of Māyā found in the catalog.
concept of Māyā
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ABSTRACT: The concept of Māyā concept of Māyā book an important place in Mahapurusha Srimanta Śaṅkaradeva’s theology. concept of Māyā book In the whole corpus of works, Śaṅkaradeva’s views that Māyā is the central power of god or Puruṣa. It is known as Prakṛti. Māyā cannot be separated from God,it is subordinate to God.
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