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" and in truth. But Shankar realized that such a faith is for the few. To those who could not rise to so high a conception of the Godhead, he allowed the practice of any rites prescribed by the Veda, or by later orthodox teachers to whatsoever form of the... "
Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency ... - Page 531
1901
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 6

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1886
...re- perched among the western ranges of Mysore. 1 But Sankara hgion for rea [j ze( j t h at suc ha faith is for the few. To those who could ' not rise...whatsoever form of the godhead they might be addressed. Tradition fondly narrates that the founders of almost all the historical sects of Hinduism—Sivaites,...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 6

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1886
...controlled from the parent monastery His re- perched among the western ranges of Mysore. 1 But Sankara not rise to so high a conception of the godhead, he...whatsoever form of the godhead they might be addressed. Tradition fondly narrates that the founders of almost all the historical sects of Hinduism—Sivaites,...
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The Indian Empire: Its People, History, and Products

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 2005 - 747 pages
...Sankara ligion for rea ii zec i t h a t such a faith is for the few. To those who could the people. not rise to so high a conception of the godhead, he...whatsoever form of the godhead they might be addressed. Tradition fondly narrates that the founders of almost all the historical sects of Hinduism—Sivaites,...
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