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- Introducing Vedanta
- An excellent, balanced introduction to Vedanta philosophy.
- Articles from The Hindu
- Divya Prabandham and other stotras in RealAudio.
- Sri Vaishnava Acharyas
- Dedicated to archiving the philosophical and poetic works of the saints and acharyas of Sri Vaishnavam. This growing collection contains works of Vedanta in Tamil, Sanskrit, and Manipravala (mixed Sanskrit and Tamil) by acharyas as early as the great Yamunacharya (9th century).
- Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam
- Text and translation of the 15th century Sanskrit hymn sung daily at Tirupati to wake up the Lord of the Universe and request His benevolent grace.
Monasteries and Centers of Learning
Organizations in the West
- Sri Vaishnava Seva Samithi (SVSS)
- A non-profit and tax-exempt organization established to support Vedic studies, Divya Desams (temples) and Sri Vaishnava mutts and institutions in India that are in a poor state due to sporadic and insufficient funds and lack of proper administration in a few cases. Also sponsors a variety of other Sri Vaishnava activities.
- Thondar Kulam (Community of Servants)
- A community of servants of Sriman Narayana and His devotees.
- Jeeyar Educational Trust (Tridandi Swami)
- An organization started by Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Jeeyar Swami to propagate Vedanta philosophy in the West.
- An association of Sri Vaishnavas.
Divya Desams and Temples
- Lifco Books
- A publisher of Sri Vaishnava books.
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- Delhi Vedic Trust
- Seeks to preserve the tradition of Vedic recitation in India. A handful of retired businessmen produce and distribute a series of very high quality recordings of tonally and textually accurate recitations of all four Vedas, to preserve the various styles and to promote further research into their use.
- Saranagati Journal
Other Interpretations of Vedanta
- Advaita Vedanta
- The Nirvisesha Advaita (attributeless monism) philosophy of Sri Sankaracharya.
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