India is the home of God's wisdom, and many spiritual men have filled this country with wisdom by their divine messages. That is why India is called as Indu Nation. Gradually with time, the Indhu Nation has become a Hindu country. Especially in South India, there are many evidence of the existence of pure divine wisdom. The temples and traditions here are filled with spiritual thought. In addition, it is noteworthy that all the theorists in India are born in the south. For example, the Adi Shankaracharya who proposed Advaitha theorem was born in the state of Kerala. The Madhvacharya who proposed the Dvaitha theorem was born In the state of Karnataka. The Ramanujacharya who proposed Vishista Advaitha theorem was born in the state of Tamilanadu. And now Shri Shri Shri Acharya Prabodhananda Yogeshwarulu, who proposed the doctrine of thraitha was born in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

It is needed to know the difference between the Advaita, Dvaita, and Visishta Advaita doctrines, and the doctrine of Thraitha. As a part of this, we need to know about these theories in detail. The details can be seen in this way.

Advaitham:-Advaitha means not two, it means one. According to this doctrine, the whole world is filled with the power of Paramatma. There is nothing except Paramatma . Although the Adi Shankaracharya who proposed this doctrine wrote the Bhagvat Gita, it is surprising to support the Vedas which the Bhagavan had opposed in the Bhagavad Gita. This doctrine was the main reason for initiation of Saiva Tradition.

Visishta Advaitam:- The Ramanuja Acharya proposed Vishista Advaitha doctrine by questioned the scientific commitment of the Advaitha theorem, and made corrections to Advaitha doctrine. According to this doctrine, the world exists specifically with two souls, and is with the nature differently. That is the combination of Atma, Paramatma and Nature. This doctrine also supported the Vedas and was the beginning of the tradition of Vaishnava.

Dvaitham:- The Madhvacharya proposed the doctrine of Dvaitha by questioning the both Advaitha and Vishista Advaitha doctrines. Dvaita means two. There are two men[Purushas] in the world. The one who is destroyable is called Jeevatma, and one which is not destroyed is the PARMATMA. They showed the evidence for that is from 16th verse in Purushottama Prapti Yoga chapter in Bhagavad Gita.

Dwavimou purushou loke ksharascakhara evacha |

Kshara sarbani bhutani kutasthokshara uchyate ||

The above three theories differ from one to the other. In particular, Advaitha is completely opposite to Dvaitham. The Advaithas, who follow the Advaitham, and those who follow the Dvaitha, hate each another, and quarrel.

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