[Advaita-l] dRShTi-sRShTi definitions in the advaitasiddhi

Bhaskar YR bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
Mon Aug 14 08:23:38 EDT 2017

Hare Krishna

Thanks for your suggestion prabhuji.  But if you go by some DSV theories as presented and argued in this list (except Sri Ananda Hudli prabhuji's mail) it has big holes in their own understanding atleast as per Sri MS's AS.  After reading Sri Anand Hudli prabhuji's DSV only I came to know there are six things omitted in DSV in AS...which is very important in  understanding the theory DSV according to Sri MS.  Nobody even remotely mentioned this when vigorously debating about 'MIND ALL' game :-) 

Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!

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From: Advaita-l [mailto:advaita-l-bounces at lists.advaita-vedanta.org] On Behalf Of H S Chandramouli via Advaita-l
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Subject: Re: [Advaita-l] dRShTi-sRShTi definitions in the advaitasiddhi

> On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 5:27 PM, Bhaskar YR via Advaita-l < 
> advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> << After reading your' s & Sri VenkatarAghavan prabhuji's series of 
> mails on this work, I realized that this work is indeed 'kabbiNada 
> kadale' and those who donot have any exposure to nyAya, tarka would 
> hardly get anything from it.>>
> Well, Not Exactly.  Yes, it is correct, if you want  an indepth 
> understanding of the text. But  after listening to the series of 
> detailed talks on the text, in tamil, by three scholars Sri Mani 
> Dravid Shastrigal, Sri Goda Venkateswara Shastrigal and Sri 
> Krishnamurthy Shastrigal,  I realized that there is a lot to be learnt 
> from even a cursory understanding of the text, which is very helpful 
> in understanding the Bhashya itself. But unfortunately the text is not 
> covered fully in the available upload, even the first chapter itself 
> is incomplete. Even so, I have no hesitation in recommending the talks 
> to anyone familiar with tamil. It is just wonderful and extremely 
> useful. For those not knowledgeable in tamil, I am sure the text is covered in other languages too by eminent scholars.
> Regards

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