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Commentaries on the Gita
The Gita has attracted the attention of several ancient and medieval teachers who have written commentaries and glosses on it in Sanskrit. In the Advaita Vedanta tradition Sankara (A. D. 788-820) comes first. In fact, his is the earliest of the extant commentaries. Ramanuja (A. D. 1017-1137), Madhva (A. D. 1197-1276), Nimbarka (12th century A. D.) and Vallabha (A. D. 1473-1531) are the other great acharyas or teachers who have written commentaries on the Gita. Anandagiri (A. D. 1200), Vedanta Desika (A. D. 1268- 1370) and Jayatirtha (13th century A. D.) have written glosses on the commentaries of Sankara, Ramanuja and Madhva respectively. Mention may also be made of the commentaries of Sridhara (15th century A. D.), Madhusudana (A. D. 1525-1632) and Raghavendra (A. D. 1598-1671) who have made some original contributions to the Gita literature.
शक्तिभाष्यम: Saktibhasya- A Commentary on the Brahmasutras of Badarayana (Set of 2 Volumes)
M.M. Gopinath Kaviraj HARDCOVER
अदब के सुख़नवर और उनका अंदाज़े - बयाँ: Essays on Urdu
रविनंदन सिंह (Ravinandan Singh) Paperback
श्रीवैखानसकल्पसूत्रम्: Vaikhanas Kalpa Sutra
डॉ. वेदान्त श्री विष्णुभट्टाचार्य (Dr. Vedantham Sri Vishnu Bhattacharya) Paperback
सप्तसिंधु नानक वाणी: Saptasindhu Nanak Vani
डॉ. रमेशचन्द्र मिश्र (Dr. Rameshchandra Mishra) Paperback