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Pantheism in Vedic Literature is traceable to Rig Veda and that gathers force all the way down the stream of Hindu literature. The theme of Pantheism is also found in the Upanishads, the great epic poems and in the Puranas. The Vedic creed upon this subject is simplified into a conviction in the unity of all existing beings. The belief of Pantheism advocates that Universe and God are identical. Pantheism is one of the major themes of the philosophy of Advaita. Pantheism is a philosophical concept.
Pantheism is a prehistoric notion. The concept of an underlying order to the cosmos is found in the Vedas. Throughout the Vedas many names associated with pantheistic forces like hiranya-garbha, narayana and the phrase tat tvam asi. The Vedas are concluded with the concept of Brahman which becomes the supreme principle from which everything originated and were maintained.
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