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International Journal of Sanskrit Research

2016, Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part D
Advaita view of the world

Chiranjit Mondal

Advaita Vedanta argued that the world is only relatively real. Previously this was considered a playoff words by other philosophers or sometimes it was too difficult to understand. But in the modern age, it can be better understand the meaning of the word that the ‘world is only relatively real’ through quantum physics and the theory of relatively. Science can explain better only first step of Advaita Vedanta, but the next three steps are something which science has fail to explain yet. Advaitins do not spoke any material world as distinct from supreme self. Brahman is support of the universe which merely appears upon it. A candle burns from wax and disciples into smoke and heat. The candle has changed its form only and disappears in the air. Advaitins argue that Brahman is the only reality and there is nothing else what is real in the true sense.
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How to cite this article:
Chiranjit Mondal. Advaita view of the world. International Journal of Sanskrit Research. 2016; 2(6): 179-180.
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