Vedanta Scriptures: Other Texts
Message of Vivekachudamani, The: An Exposition of Vivekachudamani in the Light of Modern Thought and Modern Needs
An exposition of Vivekachudamani in the light of modern thought and modern needs.More info →
Naiskarmya Siddhi is a famous Advaita classic authored by Sureshvaracharya, an immediate disciple of Shankaracharya. The text is said to be a manual embodying the quintessence of Vedanta. The work is divided into four chapters and consists of verses interspersed with prose sections called sambandhokti or connecting statements.
This book contains the original Sanskrit text in Devanagari (no Romanized script), its English translation and notes by S. S. Raghavachar.More info →
Devanagari text, word-for-word meanings, English translation, and extensive commentary by the translator.More info →
The Yoga Vasistha is a popular Advaitic text, which explains the precepts of Advaita philosophy in the form of a dialogue between Sri Rama and his preceptor Sage Vasistha. Years later, an anonymous learned scholar wrote a smaller treatise named Yoga Vasistha Sarah with 223 verses that contains only the essential philosophical conclusions of the original text.More info →
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