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About the Author
Late Dr. S. Sankaranarayanan (1925-2014) was a Sanskrit teacher and scholar and a Veda Ghanapathi-an honorific given to a scholar proficient in reciting the Vedas with precision. Well-versed, in traditional and modern Sanskrit learning, he was honoured with the Presidential award for Sanskrit in 1994. He was an epigraphist with the Archaeological Survey of India for 21 years; Director of the Oriental Research Institute, Sri Venkateshwara University, Tirupati, for 10 years; and post-retirement was Honorary Director at the Adyar Library and Research Centre, Chennai. Dr. Sankaranarayanan has brought to bear the full measure of his scholarship in this critical edition of the Brahmasutra-sankarabhasya.
Dr. Kanshi Ram taught Sanskrit at Hans Raj College, University of Delhi for 36 years and retired as Associate Professor in 2007. Besides several research papers on different aspects of Indian Philosophy, he has published the following works: Integral Non-dualism: A Critical Exposition of vijnanabhiksu's System of Philosophy, unadisutra in the Sanskrit Grammatical Tradition, an annotated Hindi translation of Tarka-sangraha with Tarkasangrahadipika of Annambhatta, a detailed three-volume commentary in English on the Laghusiddhantakaumudi of varadaraja, an annotated English translation of Nyayaratnadipavali of Anandanubhava Vol. I and a Hindi translation of Brahrnasutravrtti of Sadasivendra Sarasvati.
About the Book
The Brahma-sutra, one of the finest expositions of Vedanta and written by the great philosopher Badarayana, is known to be one of the crest-jewels of Indian philosophical literature. The great Acarya Adi Sankaracarya's lucid commentary, the Sankara-bhasya, on the Brahma-sutra
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