[Advaita-l] Ishwara Turiya?
bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
Mon Mar 12 06:11:16 CDT 2012
By what will be negate Saguna Brahman, who is nirupadhika by definition?"
Definitely we cannot negate saguNa brahman who does not have any upAdhi!!
but advaita says nirupAdhika brahman is NOT saguNa, it is nirguNa only.
And sOpAdhika brahman is saguNa brahman. So, nobody can negate the
existence of saguNa and nirupAdhikatva of the brahman since it is NOT a
valid & answerable question. Since question itself is contradictory.
sOpAdhika, saguNa brahma is meant for prAptavyaM and nirupAdhika, nirguNa
brahma is for jnAtvyaM. paraM chet jnAtavyaM aparaM chet prAptavyaM,
clarifies shankara somewhere. And this jneya brahma is nirupAdhika only
and this is the upanishad pratipAdita 'main' brahma clarifies sUtra
arUpavadeva hi tat pradhAnatvAt. Shruti tirelessly advocates the nirguNa
brahman in somany terms like akAyaM, avraNam, asnAviraM, achakshushrotraM,
tadapANipAdam, apraNaM, amukhaM etc. etc.
Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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