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Advaita Vedānta literature, due to various factors like polemical attacks against Advaita philosophy, grew to considerable proportions, especially in the post-Śaṅkara period. One of the outstanding works of this period is the Advaita-
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brahmasicLclhi of Sadānanda Kāśmiraka
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who might have lived during the early part of the eighteenth century.
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In this work, written in an easy and simple style, he gives an excellent summary of all the most important Vedāntic doctrines, in the different schools of Advaita.
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He also deals with in detail, the views of materialists and sceptics, classifying them into four groups.
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==References==
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* The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore
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== OLD CONTENT ==
 
Sadānanda Kāśmiraka
 
Sadānanda Kāśmiraka
 
Advaita Vedānta literature, due to various factors like polemical attacks against Advaita philosophy, grew to con¬siderable proportions, especially in the post-Śaṅkara period. One of the outstand¬ing works of this period is the Advaita-
 
Advaita Vedānta literature, due to various factors like polemical attacks against Advaita philosophy, grew to con¬siderable proportions, especially in the post-Śaṅkara period. One of the outstand¬ing works of this period is the Advaita-

Revision as of 05:11, 15 November 2014

By Swami Harshananda

Sometimes transliterated as: Sadananda Kasmiraka, SadAnanda KAZmiraka, Sadaananda Kaashmiraka


Sadānanda Kāśmiraka

Advaita Vedānta literature, due to various factors like polemical attacks against Advaita philosophy, grew to considerable proportions, especially in the post-Śaṅkara period. One of the outstanding works of this period is the Advaita-

brahmasicLclhi of Sadānanda Kāśmiraka

who might have lived during the early part of the eighteenth century.

In this work, written in an easy and simple style, he gives an excellent summary of all the most important Vedāntic doctrines, in the different schools of Advaita.

He also deals with in detail, the views of materialists and sceptics, classifying them into four groups.


References

  • The Concise Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Swami Harshananda, Ram Krishna Math, Bangalore

OLD CONTENT

Sadānanda Kāśmiraka Advaita Vedānta literature, due to various factors like polemical attacks against Advaita philosophy, grew to con¬siderable proportions, especially in the post-Śaṅkara period. One of the outstand¬ing works of this period is the Advaita- brahmctsiddhi of Sadānanda Kāśmiraka who might have lived during the early part of the eighteenth century. In this work, written in an easy and simple style, he gives an excellent sum¬mary of all the most important Vedāntic doctrines, in the different schools of Advaita. He also deals with in detail, the views of materialists and sceptics, classifying them into four groups.