Definition of Vedantic in English:


Pronunciation /-tik/


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‘The Vedantic stance is that time, space and objects are not real entities.’
  • ‘Perhaps the most philosophically sophisticated reincarnational theory (along with certain Buddhist views) is the Vedantic school of Hinduism.’
  • ‘Rao concludes that it is ultimately necessary to make a fundamental distinction between mind and consciousness, a distinction found in Vedantic teachings.’
  • ‘The central aim of Sufism, the self-extinction in the merger with God, is obviously borrowed from Buddhist and Vedantic sources.’
  • ‘Through a unique combination of science and management, Jaya brings her Vedantic erudition to the educated elite.’