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Alwaye Advaita Ashram

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  1. - the ashrams in Alwaye, founded in 1913 Sree Narayana Guru in order to reach, propagate as well as live the Advaita philosophy

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  2. Here he also established a Sanskrit school to restore the sanctity of the language through which universal spiritual teachings can be grasped and imparted to dedicated disciples

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  3. In 1921, Narayana Guru presided over the annual meeting of the All Kerala Association of Brotherhood, held at Ashram

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  5. here that he proclaimed the message Whatever may be the differences in man's creed, dress, language etc... because they all belong to the same kind of creation, there is no harm in dining together or having marital relations with one another

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