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Śri-Vaishnavism

[ shree-vahysh-nuh-viz-uhm ]
/ ˌʃriˈvaɪʃ nəˌvɪz əm /
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noun
a Hindu sect advocating theistic devotion as a philosophically and scripturally valid way to achieve salvation.
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Śri-Vaish·na·vite, noun, adjective

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