[Advaita-l] The Advaitasiddhi of Madhusudan Saraswati
srikrishna_ghadiyaram at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 7 10:13:28 CDT 2004
hariH Om !!
Thank you for the information.
Considering the fact that Sri Ganganatha Jha has
already written a translation for the first chapter,
you should start from chapter 2. That way the complete
book may be made accessible for the public at the
earliest. That will serve the purpose better.
Om Namo Narayanaya !!
--- Anand Hudli <anandhudli at hotmail.com> wrote:
> srikrishna_ghadiyaram at yahoo.com wrote:
> >Would someone clarify to me how many chapters
> >the original Advaita Siddhi and what are the
> >Are there are other published translations of Jha
> >other writers with other chapters ?
> The advaitasiddhi has four parichchheda's or
> sections. The first deals with
> the matter of how and why the world of duality is
> unreal. The second deals
> with Brahman, the sole reality. The third describes
> shravana, manana, and
> nididhyAsana and their efficacy in achieving
> liberation. The last section
> deals with liberation itself.
> It is a big book and the first section is by far the
> biggest among the four.
> Pt. Anantakrishna Sastri, in his edition of the
> advaitasiddhi along with the
> GauDabrahmAnandI and viTThaleshopAdyAya's
> commentaries, has divided the
> advaitasiddhi into 108 topics which are distributed
> among the four sections.
> I have not seen a complete translation of the
> advaitasiddhi, which is why I
> am attempting it. I hope to complete it in this
> lifetime (!!) and get it
> reviewed by Sringeri scholars. The Sringeri Math has
> started bringing out a
> scholarly sanskrit commentary on the
> GauDaBrahmAnandI which itself is by far
> the most famous commentary on the advaitasiddhi. I
> recently got the first
> volume and am eagerly waiting for the next volume.
> During my last visit to
> Sringeri, I had a discussion with Shri Gowrishankar,
> the Administrator of
> the Math, regarding the Advaita Sarada Project at
> Sringeri. This project
> aims to provide electronic versions of manuscripts
> in advaita to interested
> people. There is so much work that needs to be done,
> but between studying
> advaita, practising Brahminhood and lengthy sessions
> of Yoga and meditation,
> and running a software company, I just can't find
> enough time. Besides,
> Bangalore is awfully crowded these days and fighting
> traffic is a fierce and
> long battle every day.
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