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Ramanuja: You

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You are my Mother and my Father;

You are my Friend and my Teacher;

You are my Wisdom and my Riches;

You are all to me, O God of all Gods.

Ramanuja (c. 1020-1140) is revered by Hindus as a leading interpreter of the Vedanta school of Hindu philosophy. Ramanuja interpreted texts and developed a Vedantic philosophy known as Vaishnavism.

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