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Shankaracharya

(ˈʃʌŋkərɑːˈtʃɑːrjə) or

Shankara

n
(Biography) 9th century ad, Hindu philosopher and teacher; chief exponent of Vedanta philosophy
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Further expressing her views on Ambedkar, Mayawati said that after witnessing discrimination in the 'varna vyawastha' (caste system) in Hinduism, he had called on the Shankaracharyas and seers to modify it.
The man did not explain why the talk was fixed with the RSS chief, and not with the several Shankaracharyas and heads of various sects and "mutts" in India, or even with the Ramakrishna Mission with whom the church had, through its interfaith dialogue commissions, been regularly in touch then, as it is now.
Swami Brahmanand prepared his will on December 18, 1952 in which he said that Ramji Tripathi, Dwarika Prasad, Vishnu Devanand and Parmanand Saraswati would be next Shankaracharyas, one after another.
And these saner elements could be from any walk of life- professionals, ulemas and shankaracharyas who claim large followings, social activists, journos, housewives, anyone who doesn't want the history to repeat itself.
Much as the Serb majority succeeded in aligning its state with its faith, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the BJP, despite the much-advertised absence of a Hindu clergy, has been doing quite handily with its bands of militant sadhus and vocal Shankaracharyas.
Another instance is the objection of various Shankaracharyas to Sai worship, temples and devotions.
All four Shankaracharyas, along with important Muslim clerics, would participate in ' bhumi pujan' for Piyush Srivastava in Lucknow the temple.
26 ( ANI ): A controversy erupted on Wednesday over land allotment at the Kumbh Mela to be held in Allahabad, as four holy seers, representatives of Shankaracharyas alleged faulty land allotment on the part of the Kumbh Mela administration.
IT SEEMS Sangam in Allahabad has turned into a battlefield of the two Shankaracharyas over the issue of whether Sai Baba was a Hindu or a Muslim.
The people therefore look askance at, and are deeply disturbed by occasional media exposures on Shankaracharyas, Lamas who head important Sanghas, members of Gurudwara committees and Christian clergy caught with their fingers in the till.
It was built with the blessings of the Shankaracharyas, under the direction of eminent temple architect Dr.
The Jat leaders participating in the convention had resolved that they would seek the support of Shankaracharyas of Goverdhan, Dwarka, Jyotirmath and Sringari for putting pressure on the government to amend the Act.