Nirguna Brahman

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Nirguna Brahman (Devanagari निर्गुण ब्रह्म, nirguṇa brahman), signifies the supreme reality without form or qualities and also without bad qualities (guna).And also nirguna means and shows brahman without bad qualities [ attributes ] according to Hindu philosophy[Vishishtadvaita Vedanta].[1] The Advaita school is considered without material form. In Advaita Vedanta, the Nirguna Brahman coincides with the concept of the supreme personality known as God, or the qualities humans attribute to the deity. Nirguna Brahman is Para Brahman who is the Svayam Bhagavan.According to bagavath ramanujacharya nirguna brahman means and to show that brahman without bad qualities [attributes].

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  1. ^ The A to Z of Hinduism, by B.M. Sullivan, published by Vision Books, p.148, ISBN 8170945216