Shiva Advaita (Devanagari:शिवाद्वैत, Kannada: ಶಿವಾದ್ವೈತ, Śivādvaita), also called as Śiva Viśiṣṭādvaita or Shaivite qualified nondualism is a Shaivite school of philosophy from Southern India that was founded by Srikanta Sivacharya during the twelfth century and followed mostly by Veerashaivas According to this doctrine, the Shiva and the Brahman are the one and the same.
- Roshen Dalal (2014). Hinduism: An Alphabetical Guide. Penguin Books. Entry: "Shivadvaita"
- Subramuniyaswami, Satguru Sivaya (2003). Merging with Śiva: Hinduism's contemporary metaphysics. Himalayan Academy Publications. pp. 924 pages(see page:844). ISBN 978-0-945497-99-8.
- W. J. Johnson (2009). A Dictionary of Hinduism. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-861025-0 – via Oxford Reference.
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