Anekānta (अनेकान्त / ən̪eːkɑːn̪t̪ə) is a Sanskrit word derived from three root words — “an” (not), “eka” (one), and “anta” (end or side) — and is used in some Indian philosophies to refer to the non-one-sided or multi-sided nature of reality.

The world is complex, and truth is always multi-faceted.

At Anekaanta Advisory Services, we believe that the advice we provide needs to account for complexity. We hope you agree.

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