Advaita Vedanta is one of the most important and widely studied schools of thought in Hindu philosophy and the Vivekacudamani is one of the most important texts in the Advaita tradition and the most popular philosophical work ascribed to the great Indian philosopher, Sankara. Sankara (c. 650 - 700) is considered to be a giant among giants and probably the most venerated philosopher in India's long history.
About the Author:
John Grimes has taught at universities in the United States, India, Canada, and Singapore. His publications include: A Concise Dictionary of Indian Philosophy, Problems and Perspectives in Religious Discourse: Advaita Vedanta Implications: Ganapati: Song of the Self: and The Naiskarmyasiddhi of Suresvara. He currently resides and teaches at the Kodaikanal International School, South India.
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