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According to Advaita Vedānta, knowledge of the world of appearances obtained through the senses and the intellect. Śaṅkara contrasts it with paramārtha-satya (‘supreme or absolute truth’)—direct knowledge of reality, i.e. of brahman (neut.).

Subjects: Hinduism.

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