[Advaita-l] apoorva vidhi & niyama vidhi -Br. Up. 1-4-7
svidyasankar at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 13 23:02:58 CDT 2009
If you go back to the archives, I have discussed this to the
extent that I know of the vArtika and naishkarmyasiddhi, in
the Yoga and Advaita Vedanta thread. I have also pointed
out in that thread, that between Sankara and sureSvara,
there must have been somebody who saw a parisaMkhyA
vidhi where Sankara has room for a niyama vidhi.
That is why, sureSvarAcArya says in the naishkarmyasiddhi,
niyamaH parisaMkhyA vA vidhy artho 'pi bhaved yataH |
anAtmAdarSanenaiva parAtmAnam upAsmahe ||
In the same text, sureSvarAcArya also allows for a vidhi to
grasp the meaning of the tat-pada.
There is an easily accessible translation plus original of
the naishkarmyasiddhi by Arthur Alston, from Shanti Sadan,
UK. The bRhadAraNyakopanishad bhAshya vArtika is truly
bRhat in size, so there is no one translation of the entire
text that is available.
Look for publications from the Maheshwaranand Institute,
Varanasi (Dakshinamurti Math), edited by Subrahmanya
Sastri for the Skt original and a set of publications by Jog
and Hino (Motilal Banarsidass), discussing various portions
of the vArtika, brAhmaNa by brAhmaNa.
> To: advaitin at yahoogroups.com
> From: bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
> Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 17:32:13 +0530
> CC: advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org
> Subject: [Advaita-l] apoorva vidhi & niyama vidhi -Br. Up. 1-4-7
> Hare Krishna
> I would like to know what would be Sri sureshwara's explanation in bruhad
> vArtika with regard to Br.Up. maNtra 1-4-7 & shankara's commentary on
> apoorva vidhi & niyama vidhi & samyak jnAna daurbalya (weakness) due to
> onslaught of karma etc. I've read somewhere that Sri Sureshwara clarifies
> here that this niyama vidhi is not intended in 'tAtparya' to propagate the
> view that it is there for *adrushta phala* ..Since I donot have the
> vArtika text with me I am requesting prabhuji-s to clarify with original
> text & if possible translations.
> Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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