[Advaita-l] Shankara and DrishTi-SrishTi vAda - eka jeeva vaada
lalitaalaalitah at lalitaalaalitah.com
Thu May 12 19:28:08 CDT 2016
Yes, I know about those statements.
But, they are not correct if they are trying to limit dRRiShTisRRiShTi to
ekajIvavAda, is my understanding.
These conclusions were reached when I was commenting on non-acceptance of
sattA-traya in bhAmatI's view.
On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 8:48 PM, Venkatraghavan S <agnimile at gmail.com>
> Namaste Swamiji,
> I was basing the statement on-
> 1) Madhusudana Sarasvati' comment in Siddhanta Bindu:
> "mukhyo vedAnta siddhAnta ekajIvavAdAkhya: | imameva
> 2) VAsudeva Brahmendra Sarasvati's comment to the Sanskrit anuvAda of
> VichAra SAgara:
> "asmin drishti srishti vAde....svAvidyaya jIvabhAvamApannasya brahmaNa
> ekatvAdeka eva jIvo$Ngikriyate"
> Your comments on VAchaspati Mishra's view of jIvAshrita avidyA leading to
> drishti srishti, are very interesting. I hadn't considered that - maybe the
> usage of "does imply" in the sentence you are referring to needs to be
> On 12 May 2016 2:37 p.m., "श्रीमल्ललितालालितः" <
> lalitaalaalitah at lalitaalaalitah.com> wrote:
>> On Sat, May 7, 2016 at 5:06 PM, Venkatraghavan S via Advaita-l <
>> advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
>>> I believe DSV
>>> does imply eka jIva vAda.
>> This belief has loose foundation.
>> vAchaspati-mishra is accepted as nAnA-jIva-vAdI, but as in his view the
>> aGYAnam is jIvAshritam, so the creation is also of jIva. Hence, his view is
>> considered as dRRiShTi-sRRiShTi.
>> Some essays are available.
>> One scholar, who is part of BVP, is also working on this subject.
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