Vadakke Madhom

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Brahmaswam Madham
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A view of Brahmaswam Madham from Padinjarechira pond
Location Thrissur city, Kerala
Type Artificial pond
Basin countries India
Surface area 4 acres (1.6 ha)

Vadakke Madhom popularly known as Brahmaswam Madham is one of the four ancient South Indian madhoms that propagate Adwaita or Nondualism. Spiritual leader Adi Shankara's disciple Hasthamalakacharya started the Madhom. It is located at Thrissur city in Kerala, India.[1]Totakacharya was the first President of Vadakke Madhom.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brahmaswom Madhoms and Swaamiyaar Madhoms". Namboothiri.com. Retrieved 2013-03-20.