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Vedānta (‘ the conclusion, essence, or culmination of the Veda’) 

A Dictionary of Hinduism

W. J. Johnson

1 A term for the Upaniṣads.2 A highly influential theological and philosophical tradition, also known as Uttara Mīmāṃsā—‘Later Exegesis’. The Vedānta tradition incorporates a number of different schools, although in modern works it is listed (as a composite) as one of the six ‘orthodox’ ... ...

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