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The rationale behind the request is: "Vaishnavism is worship of Vishnu Who is Supersoul of all material universes, supersoul in everyone's heart. Vishnu is worshipped even by demigods, what to speak of humans, countless yogis and mystics, philosophers, sages, saints. Vaishnavism is the essence of all Vedas - to worship Vishnu and/or His avataras. Vaisnavism is the most important part of Indian/Vedic culture.".
Obviously this entire article is written by ISKCON : — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jbgfour (talk • contribs) 14:04, 8 March 2015 (UTC) Since the 1900s Vaishnavism has spread from within India and is now practiced in many places around the globe, including America, Europe, Africa, Russia and South America. This is largely due to the growth of the ISKCON movement, founded by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
i think the krishna section in this article and others should be removed or supply an reliable refrence —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 12:21, 27 April 2011 (UTC)
Swayam Bhagavan uner Principal historic branches
Should red letter page Swayam Bhagavan listed here, be Svayam Bhagavan?
This is not an article on Vaishnavism. It is about the sectarian perception by a contemporary organization (ISKCON) of Vaishnavism. It should appropiately be referred as an article on ISKCON (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Society_for_Krishna_Consciousness) and its particular dogmas and phylosophycal positions. I am new to wikipedia so I do not know how exactly the process goes to review these articles to help improve their neutrality. Does someone review tha information? Who finally decides what stays and what goes? Saludos
The IP is right: that interpretation of the Rigvedic verse may well be the ones preferred by Vaishnava devotees, but it is not the "standard" one. Vishnu is mentioned in the Rigveda but only as a minor deity. Bladesmuti, can you provide the exact quotes and context from the source you added. I couldn't access it on Google Books. Abecedare (talk) 11:21, 21 October 2013 (UTC)