Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Allama Prabhu, Panchacharyas, Akka Mahadevi, Siddhanta Shikhamani, Kudalasangama, History of Lingayatism, Shunyasampadane, Ulavi, Shatsthala, Anubhava Mantapa, Ashtavarana, Channabasavanna, P dodaka, Ingaleshwara, Basavana Bagewadi, Panchachara, Karana Hasuge, Mantra Gopya. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Part of on Lingayatism is an independent religion in India. The adherents of this faith are known as Lingayats (Kannada: ). The term is derived from Lingavantha in Kannada. Basavanna lived in the 12th century (1134 - 1196 CE). When he was young, he travelled from his native Bagevadi to Kalyan in India between 1157-1167 A.D during the rule of King Vijjala. It is said that Basavanna, though born a brahmin, rebelled against the rigid practices of the caste system then prevalent, and eventually began expounding his own philosophy with a casteless society at its core. Soon, his philosophy began attracting large numbers of people into the fold. Saints like Allama Prabhu, Akka Mahadevi and Channabasavanna also played pivotal roles in the spreading of the message and the true meaning of Lingayatism. Basavanna lived and taught in the northern part of what is now Karnataka. This movement found its roots during the brief rule of the southern Kalachuri dynasty in those parts of the state. The early followers and adherents believed in a monotheistic world where Linga or Parashiva (Shiva) is the supreme God and the self and God are one and the same. Unlike other Hindus, early Lingayats did not place importance on the Vedas but rather focussed more on the Vachanas. Lingayats viewed the Vedas and Agamas to be polytheistic in nature. The religion of today's Lingayats has diluted considerably and has diffused back to casteism, polytheism and vedism. Central to Li...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=33587
|Book:||Lingayatism: Allama Prabhu, Panchacharyas, Akka Mahadevi, Siddhanta Shikhamani, Kudalasangama, History Of Lingayatism, Shunyasampad|
|Number of Pages:||70|
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