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Is shuka’s commentary surviving?

He wrote a commentary advocating Advaita, which is now lost. He belonged to the Lingayat sect and wrote the Srikara Bhashya, advocating a philosophy called Shakti Visistadvaita, which you can read in Sanskrit here.

Translated into English by V. Asking for all the commentators on two different tests would make your question too broad, so I’m limiting your question to the Brahma Sutras. Now a good starting point is the Dvaita philosopher Brshma Panditacharya’s list of 21 commentators on the Brahma Sutras who lived before Madhvacharya: Advanced search Search history.

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AnubhavJha Yeah, as far as I know it still exists, although it’s never been translated into English. Tradition puts panini in the end of dwapara Yuga. He founded the Ramanandi nhashya and wrote the Ananda Bhashya, advocating the Ramanandi version of Visistadvaita, which you can read in Sanskrit herealthough his authorship is disputed as I discuss here.


He wrote a commentary advocating a philosophy called Svabhavika Bhedabheda, which is now lost. bhashja

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There is also a Shakthi Bhasya archive. New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help. You can read it here and here. He belonged to the Smartha sect, and he wrote the Brahma Sutra Bhashya, the oldest surviving commentary on the Brayma Sutras, advocating a philosophy called Advaita.

He wrote an ancient Bhashya or commentatary on the Brahma Sutras, as well bbrahma a commentary on the Chandogya Upanishad, both of which are lost. It’s a philosophy that has a lot in common with Advaita, which is why Yadava Prakasha was teaching his students Adi Shankaracharya’s Chandogya Upanishad Suutra, which is what led to the “monkey’s butt” incident. He belonged to the Kumara Sampradayam of Vaishnavism and wrote the Vedanta Parijata Saurabha, advocating a philosophy called Dvaitadvaita, which you can read here.

To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Note that I’m shhankara naming one commentary from each commentator, even if they wrote multiple.

He belonged to the Gaudiya Vaishnava and wrote the Govinda Bhashya, advocating a philosophy of Achintya Bhedabheda, which you can read here. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.


He belonged to the Sri Vaishnava sect, and he wrote the Sri Bhashya, the third-oldest surviving commentary on the Brahma Sutras, advocating a philosophy called Visistadvaita. Apte, Vasudeo Mahadeo, ed. 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.

But ten of them are recognizable: Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available shakara Can I view this online? Now here’s a list of the rest of brajma commentators on the Brahma Sutras who are not on Narayana Panditacharya’s list, or at least not known to be on the list. He was a shishya and Vyasa wrote the first Vritti or commentary on the Brahma Sutras on the Sktra Sutras, which is now lost.

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Madhvacharya’s commentary on the Vedanta Sutras, advocating the Dvaita Vedanta philosophy. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this rbahma. But it’s not by Vyasa’s son Shuka, it’s by some guy named Shuka who lived in the 16th century or something.