[Advaita-l] mithyA and abhAva chatuShTaya
janaswamy2001 at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 1 00:37:07 CDT 2015
And Mandukya Agama Prakarana is 2-satta vada and not 3-satta vada?
thanks and regards
-- durga prasad
> From: janaswamy2001 at hotmail.com
> To: vmurthy36 at gmail.com; advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org
> Subject: RE: [Advaita-l] mithyA and abhAva chatuShTaya
> Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2015 05:32:09 +0000
> Hari Om,
> And Mandukya is 2-satta vada and not 3-satta vada?
> thanks and regards
> -- durga prasad
>> Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2015 10:40:34 +0530
>> Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] mithyA and abhAva chatuShTaya
>> From: vmurthy36 at gmail.com
>> To: janaswamy2001 at hotmail.com; advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org
>> In the Mandukya Karika Sri Gaudapada has said 'Adavante Ca Yan Nasti
>> Vartamane'pi Tattatha'. The thing not existing in the beginning and
>> end but only in the middle present time is not existing now also. If a
>> thing has a Pragabhava प्रागभाव before and a Pradhvamsabhava
>> प्रधव्ंसाभाव after it gets destroyed ignorant people think it is
>> existing in the middle period. But Sri Gaudapada has said even in the
>> middle period also it is not existing. Therefore the words like
>> प्रागभाव and प्रध्वंसाभाव have no meaning.
>> The word Abhava अभाव also is meaningless Paramarthataha परमार्थतः.
>> Why? Because you can say something is absent if it is different from
>> Sat. But Sat is never absent and there is nothing different from it
>> and only Sat is there.
>> On Sat, Aug 29, 2015 at 7:07 AM, Durga Janaswamy via Advaita-l
>> <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
>>> मिथ्या and अभाव चतुष्टय
>>> mithyA is characterized by abhAva chatuShTaya
>>> abhAva chatuShTaya are
>>> 1. prAgabhAva प्रागभाव
>>> 2. pradhavMsAbhAva प्रधव्ंसाभाव
>>> 3. anyonyAbhAva अन्योन्याभाव
>>> 4. atyantAbhAva अत्यन्ताभाव
>>> Please explain abhAva chatuShTaya and mithyA. What is the exact sentence used to say that mithyA has abhAva chatuShTaya?
>>> thank you and regards
>>> -- durga prasad
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