[Advaita-l] Shankara and DrishTi-SrishTi vAda - eka jeeva vaada
narayana145 at yahoo.co.in
Thu Jun 16 03:19:35 CDT 2016
Respected Sir, "Tucchatvam of the world" is the most inaapropriate word to be used for Jagat.
Kindly see how the Upanishads say about Jagat : sa EvEdagM sarvam || Chandogya ;7-25-1
ahamEvedagM sarvam || Chandogya 7-25-1
AtmaivEdagM sarvam || Chandogya 7-25-2brahmaivEdaM viSvamidaM variShTham || mundaka 2-2-12
When everything proceeds from Brahman where is tucca and ucca?It is a sacrilege to call jagat as tucca.
Please get into the spirit of the Upanishadadic teachings .
With respectful namaskarams,Sreenivasa Murthy
From: V Subrahmanian via Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org>
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Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] Shankara and DrishTi-SrishTi vAda - eka jeeva vaada
Tucchatvam of the world is happily acceptable to Shankara. One example is
the last sentence of the BGB 2.16 'asat eva sat iva avabhasate. ' It is in
this sense alone Prakashananda uses the word tuccha.
On Jun 16, 2016 1:10 PM, "H S Chandramouli via Advaita-l" <
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> On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 2:41 AM, Venkatraghavan S <agnimile at gmail.com>
> > Dear Shri Chandramouli ji,
> > I'd like to tackle 3 topics in this mail.
> Dear Sri Venkatraghavan Ji,
> I have still a very long way to go in understanding the Bhashya properly. I
> am convinced, rightly or wrongly, that prakAshAnanda’s postulate is very
> contradictory of the Bhashya. I would not like to devote further time and
> effort in understanding his postulate as it is unlikely to help me
> understand the Bhashya better. As such very regrettably I am unable to
> respond . Please excuse me for the same. I wish you all the best in your
> further study of his work.
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