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Vijnanamritabhashya, Vijnanabhiksu’s commentary on the Vedanta Sutras, advocating the Avibhagadvaita Vedanta philosophy. The Sanskrit of puranas is different from the Vedic Sanskrit, paninis Sanskrit is used in puranas.

Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Tradition puts panini in the end of dwapara Yuga. He founded the Madhwa sect and he wrote the Brahma Sutra Bhashya, advocating a philosophy called Dvaita, which you can read here. See what’s been added to the collection in the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years. AnubhavJha Yeah, as far as I know it still exists, although it’s never been bhashga into English.

Sarvajnabhashya, Vishnuswami’s commentary on the Vedanta Sutras, advocating the Advaita Vedanta philosophy. You can read it here.

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You can ask a separate question about Bhagavad Gita commentaries. Surya Kanta Bose Chowdhury 6, 3 10 Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. But it’s not by Vyasa’s son Shuka, it’s by some guy named Shuka who lived in the 16th century or something. He believed that the Jivatma stops bjashya as a distinct bhshya upon attaining Moksha, and that lifelong meditation on Brahman is required for Moksha; see page Well, I’m aware of sixteen commentaries on the Vedanta Sutras: He belonged to the Kumara Sampradayam of Vaishnavism and wrote the Vedanta Parijata Saurabha, advocating a philosophy called Dvaitadvaita, which you can read here.


He is traditionally known as the Tikakara. SuryaKantaBoseChowdhury panini was a grammarian, he is the reason for the present state of Sanskrit. Now here’s a list of the rest of the commentators on the Brahma Sutras who are not on Narayana Panditacharya’s list, or at least not sutea to be on the list.

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He wrote an ancient Tika or subcommentary on Dramidacharya’s Bhashya, which like the text it comments on is now lost. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply.

Better replace this with List or some other suitable word. Shankara Bhashyathe most popular commentary on the Vedanta Sutras, written by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya, advocating the Advaita Vedanta philosophy. Is shuka’s commentary surviving? However, the Guru-shishya relationship between the two was not a great one since Ramanujacharya often disagreed with Yadava Prakasha’s views on Vedanta.

Sri Bhashyamthe commentary by the great Sri Vaishnavite, Ramanujacharya, advocating the Vishishtadvaita Vedanta philosophy. He founded the Pushtimarga sect and wrote the Anubhashya, which advocates a philosophy called Shuddhadvaita, which you can read in Sanskrit here.


He wrote an ancient Bhashya or commentatary on the Brahma Sutras, as well as a commentary on the Chandogya Upanishad, both of which are lost. Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card.

Hinduism Stack Exchange works best with JavaScript enabled. He wrote the second-oldest surviving commentary on nrahma Brahma Sutras, advocating a philosophy called Aupadhika Bhedabheda.

He lived after Dramidacharya and wrote an ancient commentary on the Brahma Sutras which is now lost.

He belonged to the Shaiva Siddhanta sect and wrote the Srikantha Bhashya, advocating a philosophy called Shivadvaita, which you can read here. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Which philosophy does Shuka advocate?

But ten of them are recognizable: