The Mahayana form of Buddhism is said to have the maximum number of followers compared to the other two forms Theravada and Vajrayana. In the Mahayana Buddhism, Nagarjuna is considered to be the founder of the Middle Path or the Madhyamika School of Mahayana Buddhism. Read More →

Dvaita, Advaita and Vishishtadvaita are the principal schools of Vedanta, each with its own community of followers, religious institutions and extensive philosophical literature in Sanskrut, and regional languages such as Kannada and Tamil. Sri Madhvacharya, (1238—1317) also known as Ananda Tirtha  and Poorn Pragnya, is the founder of the DvaitaRead More →

Sri Ramanujacharya (AD 1017 -1137) was a well-known philosopher of Sri Vaishnava Sampradaya. He was the exponent of the Vishishtadvaita philosophy or qualified non-dualism. Sri Ramanujacharya was popularly known as Sri Ramanuja amongst his disciples and dear ones. Not only was he a great scholar who wrote commentaries on sacred texts suchRead More →