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The Method of Early Advaita Vedanta A Study of Gaudapada, Sankara (Shankaracharya), Suresvara and Padmapada
The Method of Early Advaita Vedanta A Study of Gaudapada, Sankara (Shankaracharya), Suresvara and Padmapada
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This is unique work discussing the teachings of four of the great Advaita Acaryas: Gaudapada, Sankara and his two disciples, Suresvara and Padmapada. The firs three chapters are concerned with the teaching of Gaudapada. These chapters refer to most of the verses of the Gaudapadakarika and one chapter specifically deals with the influence of Mahayana Buddhism on the though of Gaudapada. The following three chapters discuss  the teachings of Sankara. Two topics in particular are given extensive treatment: Sankara's understanding of the nature of God (Isvara), and the way Sankara views the role of the sruti in leading to liberation. The writings of recent scholars, such as Paul Hacker, are examined in the context of various topics. The final two chapters are devoted to an explication of the teachings of Sankara's two best known disciples, Suresvara and Padmapada.

The author combines close textual scholarship with the perspective of one is a teacher (Acarya) within the tradition of Advaita. This work will prove useful both for the student who wishes to obtain clear and detailed information about these four Acaryas, and it will also be of value to one who is seeking to develop their own spirituality within the Advaita tradition.

About the Author

Michael Comans (M.A. Ph.D.) began a serious study of Advaita Vedanta as a resident student of Swami Dayananda Saraswati, one of the great teachers of present day India. After returning to Australia he studied for his doctorate under the guidance of the renowned Indologist, Professor J.W.de Jong, at the Australian National University. He also had the opportunity to study from Senior Pandit Srinivasa Shastri of Deccan College, Pune, and Dr. R. Krishnamurti Shastri of Madras Sanskrit Collage. Dr. Comans taught at the University of Sydney for a number of years. He now spends his time both in Sydney, where he teaches Vedanta and Sanskrit, and in  India.

Contents:

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Detailed Table of Contents

Information regarding the Texts Cited

Abbreviations

Gaudapada

Chapter One
A Running Commentary upon Gaudapada's Karikas

Chapter Two
Gaudapada's Teaching in relation to Buddhist Thought

Chapter Three
Gaudapada on Liberation and the Means to Liberation

Sankara

Chapter Four
Sankaracarya

Chapter Five
Remarks on : Isvara, Jiva, Upadhi, Namarupa and Avidya

Chapter Six
The Means (sadhana), the End (sadhya) and their Relation

Suresvara and Padmapada

Chapter Seven
Suresvara

Chapter Eight
Padmapada

Postscript on Method

Bibliography

Index

Of Related Interest:

Life of Shankaracharya - The Adventures of a Poet Philosopher

Click Here for an Exhaustive Collection of Books Relating to Shankaracharya

Click Here For More Books On Advaita

The Method of Early Advaita Vedanta A Study of Gaudapada, Sankara (Shankaracharya), Suresvara and Padmapada

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This is unique work discussing the teachings of four of the great Advaita Acaryas: Gaudapada, Sankara and his two disciples, Suresvara and Padmapada. The firs three chapters are concerned with the teaching of Gaudapada. These chapters refer to most of the verses of the Gaudapadakarika and one chapter specifically deals with the influence of Mahayana Buddhism on the though of Gaudapada. The following three chapters discuss  the teachings of Sankara. Two topics in particular are given extensive treatment: Sankara's understanding of the nature of God (Isvara), and the way Sankara views the role of the sruti in leading to liberation. The writings of recent scholars, such as Paul Hacker, are examined in the context of various topics. The final two chapters are devoted to an explication of the teachings of Sankara's two best known disciples, Suresvara and Padmapada.

The author combines close textual scholarship with the perspective of one is a teacher (Acarya) within the tradition of Advaita. This work will prove useful both for the student who wishes to obtain clear and detailed information about these four Acaryas, and it will also be of value to one who is seeking to develop their own spirituality within the Advaita tradition.

About the Author

Michael Comans (M.A. Ph.D.) began a serious study of Advaita Vedanta as a resident student of Swami Dayananda Saraswati, one of the great teachers of present day India. After returning to Australia he studied for his doctorate under the guidance of the renowned Indologist, Professor J.W.de Jong, at the Australian National University. He also had the opportunity to study from Senior Pandit Srinivasa Shastri of Deccan College, Pune, and Dr. R. Krishnamurti Shastri of Madras Sanskrit Collage. Dr. Comans taught at the University of Sydney for a number of years. He now spends his time both in Sydney, where he teaches Vedanta and Sanskrit, and in  India.

Contents:

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Detailed Table of Contents

Information regarding the Texts Cited

Abbreviations

Gaudapada

Chapter One
A Running Commentary upon Gaudapada's Karikas

Chapter Two
Gaudapada's Teaching in relation to Buddhist Thought

Chapter Three
Gaudapada on Liberation and the Means to Liberation

Sankara

Chapter Four
Sankaracarya

Chapter Five
Remarks on : Isvara, Jiva, Upadhi, Namarupa and Avidya

Chapter Six
The Means (sadhana), the End (sadhya) and their Relation

Suresvara and Padmapada

Chapter Seven
Suresvara

Chapter Eight
Padmapada

Postscript on Method

Bibliography

Index

Of Related Interest:

Life of Shankaracharya - The Adventures of a Poet Philosopher

Click Here for an Exhaustive Collection of Books Relating to Shankaracharya

Click Here For More Books On Advaita

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