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The Vedantasutras (Brahmasutras) With The Commentary of Baladeva: English Translation

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Item Code: UAA989
Author: Srisa Chandra Vasu
Publisher: Parimal Publication Pvt. Ltd.
Language: Sanskrit Text with English Translation
Edition: 2022
ISBN: 9788171107636
Pages: 1188
Cover: HARDCOVER
Other Details 9.00 X 6.00 inches
Weight 1.49 kg
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The word Vedanta literally means the end of the Vedas and originally referred to the Upanisads. Vedanta is concerned with the jnanakanda or knowledge section of the Vedas which is called the Upanisads. Vedanta is the pursuit of knowledge into the Brahman and the Atman.

Vedanta is one of the six orthodox (Astika) schools of Indian philosophy. It is also called Uttara Mimamsa, which means the 'latter enquiry' or 'higher enquiry'; and is often contrasted with Purva Mimamsa, the 'former enquiry' or `primary enquiry'. It deals with those fundamental questions concerning man's existence, that still remain an enigma despite all attempts of eminent philosophers and religious leaders both past and present. The teachings of the Vedas, the doctrine of contemporary philosophers and the purport of important passages from Upanisads are its subject matter. Badarayana resorted to a terse and aphoristic style for compressing a vast body of knowledge into such brief statements that could easily be memorized. The sutras are pregnant with deep meanings whose interpretation has become difficult and resulted in the growth of an unending line of commentators, from Sankara the earliest, passing through Bhaskara, Sripati, Vallabha, Suka, Baladeva or Radhakrishnan the latest.

This book includes Govindabhasya -the commentary of Baladeva, who was a disciple of Sri Caitanya (AD 1485-1533). Its approach is theistic and based on the teachings of Madhya and Caitanya. In this book, Srisa Candra Vasu made a faithful translation of the original text of Badarayana with the commentary of Baladeva-the author of Govindabhasya.

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