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Temples & Legends Of Assam
Index Of Assam Kulapati's Preface
Preface Author's Introduction
Introduction Kamakhya
Asvakranta Vasisthasrama
Umananda Ugra Tara
Sukresvara  The Navagraha
Hajo Dah Parbatiya
Sib Sagar Tamresvari
Sri Surya Ruins The Hatimura Temple
The Satras-I The Satras-II
The Satras-III The Barpeta Satra
Majuli Satra Glossary
Major Sections
Temples & Legends Of India
Andhrapradesh
Maharastra
Kerala
Himachal Pradesh
Tamilnadu

Bengal

Assam
Bihar
Somanatha

THE SATRAS - II

Elsewhere he says: -

Nahi janma tomar tathapi janma Dhara
Sehi janme jivar janama dur kara.

"Thou hast no birth, yet Thou dost adopt them; and thereby, Thou removeth the birth of creature."

Sankaradeva as the highest, best and the most ideal divinity regarded Krishna. His appearance in the form of Vishnu - Narayana in the celestial Vaikuntha with His liberated devotees and attendants is the
supreme manifestation.

This picture of God with his liberated devotees leads to his concept of Moksha. It is the goal, which every pious soul pines for. Since bondage is due to the attachment of worldly objects, liberation is
possible through realization of God. This is produced in various ways, viz., experience of the sorrows of worldly existence, renunciation of all desires of enjoyment of pleasures, whether in this world or in some heavenly world, self-control and self - discipline, association of good teacher,
respectful attachment to God, love for one's equals, complete resignation to God, etc.

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