Talk:Hindu–Islamic relations

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poorva mimansa is atheistic ![edit]

poorva mimansa is more atheistic than both buddhism and

jainism.

let us see jainism do not entertains concept of god and buddha 

remained his silence both for god and deities. Later buddhist rejected god but not deities, jainism do believes

in deities. But in jainism these deities are not siddhas and can

only bestow material gains. In mahayana even god can be

believed, and in hinyana and even in therveda deities are not

rejected although here not much importance is given. That, in

buddhism deities are symbolic is modern interpretations or

propaganda , a more traditional buddhist believes in the

ontological existence of deities. although deities are not so

important in dhamma. In poorva mimansa, the earliest document we have is [[Sabara

Bhasya]], a commentary on mimansa sutra attributed to rishi

jaimini. Here only, the ontological existence of deities is

refuted when Sabara writes , 'the vedic gods are mere words

and sounds ' and 'there existence is not outside of vedas ' .No

modern propaganda , no atheistic interpretations done as done to

adwaita vedanta. but the earliest resources itself is clear on its

starke athiesm. Later mimansak remains doubtful over deities and

mimansak like Kumarila and Prabhakara wrote extensively to

refute the concept of god but maintained silence over deities. In a nutshell Mimansa was more atheistic in origin over buddhism

and jainism. Today Vedanta is more famous among vedics and

i too find adwaita if i leave buddhism and jainism , more

interesting than Mimansa, not that mimansa is lesser than any

other. (that 2+2=3, no no 2+2=5!)Pratpandey13 (talk)