[Advaita-l] akdhandaakara vRitti - My mistake
ravikiranm108 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 6 04:00:32 CDT 2015
On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 2:05 PM, Ravi Kiran <ravikiranm108 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 5, 2015 at 10:12 PM, Keshava PRASAD Halemane <
> k_prasad_h at yahoo.co.in> wrote:
>> Anyone can have akhanDAkAra-vRtti to the extent that anyone can have
>> brahmAkAra-akhanDa-vRtti janya brahmajnAna,
> no more no less. And when one does have akhanDAkAra-vRtti
>> [niShprakAra-vRtti] the vRtti-janya-jnAna is sarvAtmabhAva jnAna.
> This is not true, if you look at the example quoted by SrIlalitAlAlitaH
> When one replies to
> question 'which is moon' as 'prakRShTaprakAshaH chandraH', the sentence
> generates akhaNDAkAravRtti; because the question was not about quality.
> here, the akhanDAkAra-vRtti [niShprakAra-vRtti] is not resulting in
> Brahma jnAna (sarvAtmabhAva).
>> The so called akhanDAkAra-vRtti associated with some examples/analogies
>> like सोयम् and प्रकृष्टप्रकाशश्चन्द्रः etc. cannot be truly said to be
>> akhanDAkAra-vRtti because of some remnant traces of viShEShaNas therein,
>> although they may serve as good pedagogical examples/analogies to
>> facilitate the teaching/learning process.
Here, the jnAna from the vAkyArtha of 'prakRShTaprakAshaH chandraH' is of
single entity ...prakAsha
Could not follow the 'remnant traces of viShEShaNas' in this dRstAntha ?
if such is possible, this does not qualify for akhanDAkAra-vRtti
in that case, akhanDAkAra-vRtti is synonym for brahmAkAra-vRtti , and it
should be niShprakArika
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