[Advaita-l] Recommended Vedanta-bhashya?
srirudra at vsnl.com
Sun Sep 10 06:59:05 CDT 2006
I find Brahma Sutras by Swami Vireswaranda of Advaita Ashrama is very
faithful to Sri Sankara`s Bhashya and gives word by word meaning in
Samskrit -my teacher used to say Samskrit is the correct word and not
Sanskrit-.It is worth a try in developing understanding of Brahma Sutras.
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From: Ramakrishnan Balasubramanian <rama.balasubramanian at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] Recommended Vedanta-bhashya?
> On 9/7/06, Siva Senani Nori <sivasenani at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Sri Jay
> > I guess by Vedanta-bhashya, you refer to the Vedanta-sutra- (also
called Brahmasutras, bAdarAyaNasUtras, SArIrika sutras / SAstra)-bhashya.
> > The Ramakrishan Math's edition with English translation by Swami
Gambhirananda is a very good book. Though it does not contain the original
bhashya in Sanskrit, it gives the full translation with some occasional
explanation by the respected
> > Swamiji. It is available at
http://www.sriramakrishnamath.org/books/elist.asp?ProductType=MA11. At least
one moderator of this list, Sri Vidya Sankar, holds the translation in high
esteem. I have not heard any learned person - advaitin or not - say that the
Swamiji's book had defects such
> For what it''s worth, I think Swamijis translation is very good too.
> Although in certain places, especially when words like anubhava,
> avidyaa, etc., are used, I feel the translation is a bit off. But I
> can't recollect more than 3 or 4 instances off the top of my head now.
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