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Indian Monotheism – its rise to dominance

The powerful new universal god-principles emerging in Northern India in this period often originated in a process of amalgamating local warrior gods217. As the king expanded his kingdom and power so followed automatically the increase in the power of the god he worshipped. The god of the conquered ruler was either assigned a minor role or included in the victorious god (Kulke & Rothermund 2006). The Gupta rulers for instance worshipped Vishnu and thereby made him prominent in Northern India. The rise and spread of this variety of monotheism is directly related to the state breaking out of its local rootedness and becoming trans-regional. Over time four or five universal gods came to dominate – Siva (Warrior and destructor), Vishnu (Warrior and Creator), Surya (the Sun God), Garmesh (the elephant God) and Shakti (the female God). Typically in supra-regional state forms we witness a process where religious concepts replaced kinship as an integrating force (Bellah 2011, Trigger 2007).

The first major regional god to evolve was Vishnu, who grew out of a long process of mergers and acquisitions’ of minor states and their minor local gods. The Bhagavad-Gita celebrated the almighty god Krishna – an early variant of Vishnu. The Bhagavad Gita, where yoga played a crucial role, was written by the Brahmins in the period between the Empires (Lupin 2005). Bhagavatism is actually one of the earliest of the Vaishnava (Vishnu) traditions labelled Vaishnavism. Vaishnavism now established its own canon, strongly opposed by the conservative Brahmin Mimamsa school, who only valued the Vedas.

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