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Brahma Sutra Sankara Bhashya English Translation Vasudeo Mahadeo Apte 1960
He wrote an ancient Bhashya or commentatary on the Brahma Sutras, as well as a commentary on the Chandogya Upanishad, both of which are lost.
Yadava Prakasha’s commentary on the Vedanta Sutras.
Sri Bhashyam bhashua, the commentary by the great Sri Vaishnavite, Ramanujacharya, advocating the Vishishtadvaita Vedanta philosophy. Anubhav Jha 1, 4 SuryaKantaBoseChowdhury Svabhavika Bhedabheda is a Vedantic philosophy which says that Jivatma and Paramatma are simultaneously the same and different, and that this simultaneous sameness and difference is natural, not artificial like in Bhaskaracharya’s philosophy of Aupadhika Bhedabheda.
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Brahma Sutra Bhashya
SuryaKantaBoseChowdhury just like ved vyasa wrote Mahabharata at the end of dwapara Yuga, valmiki -ramayana, panini wrote jamwati jayam another itihasas about Krishna and the end of yadava race, this itihasa is well lost. He wrote a commentary advocating Advaita, which is now lost. He belonged to the Swaminararayan sect, and wrote a commentary advocating a philosophy called Panchatattva Visistadvaita, which you can read in Sanskrit here Shuka: Is there a mention of commentaries on the Brahma Sutras before Adi Shankaracharya?
Note that this list is not in chronological order. The Sanskrit of puranas is different from the Vedic Sktra, paninis Sanskrit is used in puranas. To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Yes, Yadava Prakasha’s commentary on the Brahma Sutras, which advocated a philosophy of Sbahavika Bhedabheda, is lost. He belonged to the Kumara Sampradayam of Vaishnavism and wrote the Vedanta Parijata Saurabha, advocating a philosophy called Dvaitadvaita, which you can read here.
Now most of these are lost, and a lot of the lost ones aren’t even recognizable. Badarayana krtabrahmasutranam Sankararumanuja vallabhadimatavivochanarupoyam grantha I don’t think Yadava Prakasha’s commentary on the Brahma Sutras have survived.
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National Library of Australia. Which philosophy does Shuka advocate? You can read it here and here. Though it is accepted as “false rumours” by most, it is said Chaitanya Mahaprabhu had once written a commentary on the Vedanta Sutras. How many commentaries on these works have survived? SuryaKantaBoseChowdhury panini was a grammarian, he is the reason for the present state of Sanskrit.
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Brahma Sutra Bhashya of Shankaracharya – Translated by Swami Gambhirananda
He wrote a commentary on the Brahma Sutras which is now lost. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply.
He belonged to the Rudra Sampradayam of Vaishnavism and wrote the Sarvajna Bhashya, which is now lost. Bhaskaracharya’s commentary on sufra Vedanta Sutras, advocating the Aupadhika Bhedabheda commentary. Hinduism, essence and consequence: But it’s not by Vyasa’s son Shuka, it’s by some guy named Shuka who lived in the 16th century or something.
AnubhavJha Yeah, as far as I know it still brahmz, although it’s never been translated into English. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: AnubhashyaVallabhacharya’s commentary on the Vedanta Sutras, advocating the Shuddhadvaita Vedanta philosophy.
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He wrote a commentary using the Bhagavatam to interpret the Brahma Sutras. It’s never been translated into English, but it’s available in print form in Sanskrit here. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card.
How many people have written commentaries on Brahma Sutras?
He believed that the Jivatma stops existing as a distinct entity upon attaining Moksha, and that lifelong meditation on Brahman is required for Moksha; see page Is shuka’s commentary surviving?