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Development of Vaishnavism in Post Vedanta Desika Period
Development of Vaishnavism in post Vedanta Devika period primarily developed along two parallel lines. Popularly called as Sri Vaishnavism during this period, one of the sects owed its allegiance to Vedanta Desika whereas the other followed Manavalamamuni.
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