The Hindu Buddha
according to the Theology of the Bengali Vaishnava Acharya
von Edmund Weber
In the broad Indian religious culture we find two basic concepts of the inner structure of the Holy. The Advaita religion believes in the ’not-two‘ will say absolute ‚oneness‘ of the ultimate reality. The Dvaita religion yet believes in ‚two‘ will say the dual structure of the whole. Nevertheless, the latter one is no radical dualism because it recognises nothing to be outside the last reality. It is a kind of ‚dualist monism‘ and insofar fundamentally different to West Asian and European moderate or radical dualism.
The Dvaita religion experiences the inner structure of the Holy as everlasting dynamic relation of the whole and its parts. As a rule, the representation of the whole