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Swami Nikhilanand

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"Supreme God has uncountable Divine powers. When most of them are dormant or inactive, then God is formless and is referred to by the term Brahman. When more of His powers are active, God has form, and is referred to by the term Paramatma" (Nikhilanand, 2011).
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Swami Nikhilanand was one of the presiding members of the Hindu Mandir Executive Conference in 2010, which brought together 90 major Hindu temples and organizations from throughout North America. In the course of his keynote speech, Swami Nikhilanand made the above statement.

 
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