Prasthanathraya Volume-III (Prasna, Mundaka, Taittiriya and Aitareya Upanishads): The Only Edition with Shankaracharya's Commentary

 
9788182646636: Prasthanathraya Volume-III (Prasna, Mundaka, Taittiriya and Aitareya Upanishads): The Only Edition with Shankaracharya's Commentary
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Language: In the Original Sanskrit with English Translation)
Pages: 532

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This work is significant in being the product of a single-minded pursuit and undivided devotion and in completing it with success the author has immortalized himself. The peculiar characteristic of this hole-hearted dedication is that it hasnt got the least trace of any commercial intent, nor is the strenuous effort motivated by any personal gain.
In this esoteric work the author interprets to us the actual text of Sankara Bhashya on the worlds most ancient and lofty attestation of the science of the self, which combines the eternal rules that govern the phenomenal universe and the intangible cosmos, too rational to be rejected by infidels, too experiential to be ignored by scientists, too rebelliously truthful to be bound by priestly rituals. This book, which is the valuable product of a life-long study and research, can well claim the merit of offering unerring guidance to any sincere student of Indian philosophy.

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When Nalanda University was ransacked, two surviving monks managed to salvage the most precious manuscripts from the pillaged library. While ferrying this priceless cargo, water started entering the boat. The two exchanged glances and the story goes that without a word the elder monk jumped into the river, sacrificing his life for knowledge. May I take the liberty to say that this 5th volume in the Prasthanathraya series, conceived by an exegete nonpareil- the late Vidyabhooshanam, Vidyavachaspati V Panoli, like the earlier volumes would qualify for inclusion in such a category of invaluable works. Of unique significance is the the fact that it is for the first time in publishing history that exegeses of the major 10 Upanishads, Bhagvat Gita and Brahmasuthra Bhashyam, collectively known as Prasthanathrayam is being brought out as a single volume.

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