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Ad•vai•ta



Pronunciation: (ud-vī'tu), [key]
n. Hinduism.
one of the two principal Vedantic schools, asserting the existence of Brahman alone, whose appearance as the world is an illusion resulting from ignorance. Cf. dvaita (def. 2).

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