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Visistadvaita Theory, Indian Philosophy
Visisitadvaita Theory is one of the theories of Hindu philosophy which believes in non-dualism. According to this theory, the only Reality is Brahman and all the individual souls are only parts of the Brahman. God, Soul and the Universe are all said to be a part of the same inseparable entity.
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