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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The impact of Brahma-sutra text on Vedanta, and in turn Hinduism, has been historic and central, states Nakamura: Numerous commentaries have been written on the Brahma-sutra text, but many such as that of Bodhayana, [note 7] Upavarsa, [note 8] and eighteen out of twenty one mentioned by Narayana in Madhvavijaya-bhava-prakashika are considered lost.

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Retrieved from ” https: The Brahma sutras consists of aphoristic verses sutras in four chapters. The first chapter in sutras 1. The theories of other orthodox traditions are discussed in 2. Samhita Brahmana Aranyaka Upanishad. The eight-footed immaculate Swan, bound with three cords, subtle and imperishable, to whom three ways lead, I see not though I see it everywhere.

The nature and influence of Brahma-sutra, states Paul Deussen, “stands to the Upanishad’s in the same relation as the Christian Dogmatics to the New Testament: The last three sutras of the chapter 3 assert that a person, pursuing means to spiritual knowledge, should seek a childlike state of innocence, a psychological state that is free of anger, self-centeredness, pride and arrogance.


Feedbacks and editing helps are welcome. See page li in Thibaut’s Introduction. The text reviews and critiques most major orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy as well as all heterodox Indian philosophies such as Buddhism, with the exception of Samkhya and Yoga philosophies which it holds in high regards and recurrently refers to them in all its four chapters, adding in sutras 2.

Ayurveda Dhanurveda Natya Shastra Sthapatyaveda. Sribhashyam of Sri Ramanuja Part 1.

Chronology of Hindu texts. The sages established in Sattva behold the Absolute beyond Gunaa right in the sphere of gunas.

The Vedanta contained in the Upanishads, then formulated in the Brahma Sutraand finally commented and explained by Shankara, is an invaluable key for discovering the deepest meaning of all the religious doctrines and for realizing that the Sanatana Dharma secretly penetrates all the forms of traditional spirituality.

The Self whose true nature has manifested itself is released; according to the promise made by scripture. The third Brahmasutra chapter focuses on the nature of suutra knowledge and epistemic paths to it. Part of a series on Hindu scriptures and texts Shruti Smriti Vedas.

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Inconceivable Oneness and Difference. Cross-Cultural and Comparative Perspectives Editor: Vedanta Hegel’s concept of Indian philosophy. Bhaskara, [] Yadava Prakasha [].

Other scriptures Bhagavad Gita Agamas. Vedanta gives the clarity that individual and the all mighty Lord are one and the same.

The atomistic physico-theological theories of Vaisheshika and Samkhya school are the focus of the first seventeen sutras of Pada 2. It helps one to get clarity of Vedanta. The faithful co-disciple, firm and accomplished, the red Bull, the sacrificial Remainder — as all these, in regard to Its immensity; and as Time, Life, the divine wrath, the Destroyer, the great Lord, the Becoming, Rudra, the Protector of Jivas, the Rewarder of the virtuous, the Lord of living beings, the Virat, the sustainer and the Waters of lifeis the all-Pervader lauded by beings magnified in the mantras and well-known to the Atharva-Veda.


The sutras, translates Thibaut, derive from the Vedic texts that there is “a prohibition of doing harm to any living creature”, however, the scriptures state, “only in danger of life, in cases of highest need, food of any kind is permitted to be eaten”. The majority of the traditional and conservative scholars in India today, called Pandits, are students of Vedanta, and an overwhelming number belong to the lineage of Shankara — five sixths of all Pandits, according to some authorities.

The released soul abides in non-division from the highest Self Brahmanbecause that is seen. Sutras were meant to assist the memory of the student who had gone through long discussions with his guru, as memory aids or clues and maximum thoughts were compressed in a few words which were unambiguous, giving the essence of the arguments on the topic. The knowledge which librates the person who becomes one with Vedic vision is that you are the whole and there is no difference whatsoever between Brama, the Bhaashya and the Nhashya.