Vedanta (Devanagari. sa | वेदान्त, Vedānta is a spiritual tradition explained in the Upanishads that is concerned with the self-realisation.Vedanta Desika (1269 – 1370) is considered the second greatest Sri Vaishnava writer. He was a great poet , devotee and philosopher.
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Manendra (in Devanagari: मनेन्द्र) is a Hindu boy name of Sa..more
In Sanskrit Satnam means 'Truth of Name' or 'Existence of Na..more
Feminine name of Romik, and Romik derived from Sanskrit word..more
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