Vedanta

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'Vedanta' is a Sanskrit work that literally means "the ending of knowledge". It refers to the ultimate aim and scope of the Vedas. Vedanta is the last of the six philosophies of India, which expounds that duality is artificial and all creation is nothing but Brahman.

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