By Swami Harshananda
Sometimes transliterated as: Sudarsanasuri, SudarZanasuri, Sudarshanasuri
Sudarśanasuri lived in A. D. 1200-1275. He was the son of Digvijayabhaṭṭa and the grandson of Vedavyāsabhaṭṭa who was the second son of Kureśa, the famous disciple of Rāmānuja. He was the author of the now famous Srutaprakāśikā, a detailed gloss on the Śribhāsya of Rāmānuja. Vedānta Deśika was his younger contemporary, who tactfully managed to save Sudarśanasuri’s book as also his two sons during the Muslim invasion of South India. The other works of Sudarśanasuri are:
- Saranāgatigadyabhāsya, a commentary on the Subālopaniṣad
- He lived in A. D. 1017-1137.
- He lived in A. D. 1268-1369.
- The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore