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The Vedantasutras with the Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya: 3 Volumes
The Vedantasutras with the Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya: 3 Volumes
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From the Jacket of Volume One :

The present work Sribhasya, is the commentary on the Vedantasutras by Sri Ramanujacarya. Ramanuja wrote the commentary in a context which necessitated not merely the exposition of the tradition he represented, but also the refutations of the viewpoints of other philosophers like Sri Samkara, Bhaskara and Yadava.

The Sribhasya has a total of 157 adhikaranas with numerous aphorisms. The present volume contains 11 adhikaranas in which Ramanuja enters with penetrating insight into the detailed study of the Vedantasutras.

According to him, the Supreme Brahman "the Highest person is the creator, sustainer and destroyer of the universe, and he is distinct from matter the soul."

It is his view that God is omniscient and omnipotent and who is wholly pure and full of all auspicious qualities. Ramanuja successfully explains the above viewpoints with his authentic exposition and interpretation of the Upanisads. The analytical outline given in the book lucidly explains all these aspects in the present volume.

About the Author :

M. Rangacharya (b. 1861) was Professor of Sanskrit and Comparative Philosophy at Presidency College, Madras. He wrote a number of books out of which translation of Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya in English and The Hindu Philosophy of conduct being Lectures on the Bhagavadgita (3 vols.), stand out foremost. He passed away in 1916.

M.B. Varadaraja Aiyangar was a close relative and associate of Professor M. Rangacharya. He assisted Professor M. Rangacharya and helped him in the translation of Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya in English and later helped Sri M.R. Sampatkumaran, son of M. Rangacharya, in bringing out the Hindu Philosophy of Conduct being Lectures on the Bhagavadgita. He passed away in 1942.

Publisher's Note:

Sribhasya of Ramanuja translated into English by Professor Rangacarya comprises three volumes, of which the first was first published by late Professor N. Rangacarya himself, but he could illustrious son late M.R. Sampatkumaran himself a scholar brought the remaining two volumes in 1964 and 1965. He created a trust in the year 1966 in the name of his revered father called Professor Rangacharya Memorial Trust with the main object of bringing out books on Ramanuja's philosophy and to propagate his teachings. With this aim in view, the Trust has brought out a number of books in a humble way.

The present work Sribhasya is always preferred by the scholars as it deals with the views of Ramanujacarya and it implications there on. It is always in great demand, the book was out of print for a long time.

The other two volumes will also be available shortly. Out thanks, are due to Sri M.C. Krishnan, cousin of the founder of the Trust, who is the guiding spirit, for this successful venture.

CONTENTS

VOLUME ONE

Publisher's noteix
Prefacex
Preface to the second editionxiii
Abbreviationsxv
Introductionxvii

Chapter I
Part I

ADHIKARANA I2
ADHIKARANA II195
ADHIKARANA III201
ADHIKARANA IV216
ADHIKARANA V249
ADHIKARANA VI262
ADHIKARANA VII301
ADHIKARANA VIII308
ADHIKARANA IX314
ADHIKARANA X315
ADHIKARANA XI320
Index of Quotations329
Glossarial Index333

VOLUME TWO

Publishers Noteix
Preface to the second Editioni
Preface to the first editionxii
Abbreviationsxiii
Introductionxv

Chapter I
Part II

ADHIKARANA I1
ADHIKARANA II16
ADHIKARANA III24
ADHIKARANA IV35
ADHIKARANA V40
ADHIKARANA VI51

Part III

ADHIKARANA I65
ADHIKARANA II71
ADHIKARANA III86
ADHIKARANA IV92
ADHIKARANA V96
ADHIKARANA VI115
ADHIKARANA VII117
ADHIKARANA VIII130
ADHIKARANA IX133
ADHIKARANA X148
ADHIKARANA XI150

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I157
ADHIKARANA II172
ADHIKARANA III184
ADHIKARANA IV190
ADHIKARANA V195
ADHIKARANA VI206
ADHIKARANA VII222
ADHIKARANA VIII239

Chapter II
Part I

ADHIKARANA I241
ADHIKARANA II247
ADHIKARANA III249
ADHIKARANA IV266
ADHIKARANA V267
ADHIKARANA VI271
ADHIKARANA VI320
ADHIKARANA VII327
ADHIKARANA VIII329
ADHIKARANA IX335
ADHIKARANA X340
Index of Quotations340
Glossarial Index343

VOLUME THREE

Prefacexiii
Abbreviationsxv
Introductionxvii

Chapter II
Part II

ADHIKARANA I1
ADHIKARANA II25
ADHIKARANA III33
ADHIKARANA IV50
ADHIKARANA V55
ADHIKARANA VI57
ADHIKARANA VII64
ADHIKARANA VIII69

Part III

ADHIKARANA I81
ADHIKARANA II88
ADHIKARANA III95
ADHIKARANA IV101
ADHIKARANA V114
ADHIKARANA VI121
ADHIKARANA VII125

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I138
ADHIKARANA II141
ADHIKARANA III144
ADHIKARANA IV146
ADHIKARANA V149
ADHIKARANA VI150
ADHIKARANA VII152
ADHIKARANA VIII154

Chapter III
Part I

ADHIKARANA I164
ADHIKARANA II174
ADHIKARANA III179
ADHIKARANA IV185
ADHIKARANA V187
ADHIKARANA VI188

Part II

ADHIKARANA I193
ADHIKARANA II199
ADHIKARANA III201
ADHIKARANA IV203
ADHIKARANA V204
ADHIKARANA VI222
ADHIKARANA VII227
ADHIKARANA VIII234

Part III

ADHIKARANA I240
ADHIKARANA II246
ADHIKARANA III254
ADHIKARANA IV257
ADHIKARANA V264
ADHIKARANA VI266
ADHIKARANA VII268
ADHIKARANA VIII270
ADHIKARANA IX271
ADHIKARANA X273
ADHIKARANA XI275
ADHIKARANA XII279
ADHIKARANA XIII285
ADHIKARANA XIV287
ADHIKARANA XV291
ADHIKARANA XVI301
ADHIKARANA XVII308
ADHIKARANA XVIII310
ADHIKARANA XIX311
ADHIKARANA XX314
ADHIKARANA XXI322
ADHIKARANA XXII325
ADHIKARANA XXIII327
ADHIKARANA XXIV331
ADHIKARANA XXV333
ADHIKARANA XXVI335

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I341
ADHIKARANA II360
ADHIKARANA III362
ADHIKARANA IV364
ADHIKARANA V365
ADHIKARANA VI367
ADHIKARANA VII368
ADHIKARANA VIII371
ADHIKARANA IX374
ADHIKARANA X376
ADHIKARANA XI380
ADHIKARANA XII382
ADHIKARANA XIII387
ADHIKARANA XIV388
ADHIKARANA XV389

Chapter IV
Part I

ADHIKARANA I391
ADHIKARANA II394
ADHIKARANA III396
ADHIKARANA IV398
ADHIKARANA V399
ADHIKARANA VI401
ADHIKARANA VII402
ADHIKARANA VIII405
ADHIKARANA IX406
ADHIKARANA X408
ADHIKARANA XI410

Part II

ADHIKARANA I412
ADHIKARANA II414
ADHIKARANA III415
ADHIKARANA IV415
ADHIKARANA V418
ADHIKARANA VI426
ADHIKARANA VII427
ADHIKARANA VIII428
ADHIKARANA IX429
ADHIKARANA X431
ADHIKARANA XI432

Part III

ADHIKARANA I436
ADHIKARANA II438
ADHIKARANA III441
ADHIKARANA IV443
ADHIKARANA V444

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I454
ADHIKARANA II459
ADHIKARANA III461
ADHIKARANA IV465
ADHIKARANA V466
ADHIKARANA VI472
Untraced Quotations481
Index of Adhikaranas482
Index of Quotations488
Glossarial Index494


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The Vedantasutras with the Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya: 3 Volumes

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From the Jacket of Volume One :

The present work Sribhasya, is the commentary on the Vedantasutras by Sri Ramanujacarya. Ramanuja wrote the commentary in a context which necessitated not merely the exposition of the tradition he represented, but also the refutations of the viewpoints of other philosophers like Sri Samkara, Bhaskara and Yadava.

The Sribhasya has a total of 157 adhikaranas with numerous aphorisms. The present volume contains 11 adhikaranas in which Ramanuja enters with penetrating insight into the detailed study of the Vedantasutras.

According to him, the Supreme Brahman "the Highest person is the creator, sustainer and destroyer of the universe, and he is distinct from matter the soul."

It is his view that God is omniscient and omnipotent and who is wholly pure and full of all auspicious qualities. Ramanuja successfully explains the above viewpoints with his authentic exposition and interpretation of the Upanisads. The analytical outline given in the book lucidly explains all these aspects in the present volume.

About the Author :

M. Rangacharya (b. 1861) was Professor of Sanskrit and Comparative Philosophy at Presidency College, Madras. He wrote a number of books out of which translation of Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya in English and The Hindu Philosophy of conduct being Lectures on the Bhagavadgita (3 vols.), stand out foremost. He passed away in 1916.

M.B. Varadaraja Aiyangar was a close relative and associate of Professor M. Rangacharya. He assisted Professor M. Rangacharya and helped him in the translation of Sribhasya of Ramanujacarya in English and later helped Sri M.R. Sampatkumaran, son of M. Rangacharya, in bringing out the Hindu Philosophy of Conduct being Lectures on the Bhagavadgita. He passed away in 1942.

Publisher's Note:

Sribhasya of Ramanuja translated into English by Professor Rangacarya comprises three volumes, of which the first was first published by late Professor N. Rangacarya himself, but he could illustrious son late M.R. Sampatkumaran himself a scholar brought the remaining two volumes in 1964 and 1965. He created a trust in the year 1966 in the name of his revered father called Professor Rangacharya Memorial Trust with the main object of bringing out books on Ramanuja's philosophy and to propagate his teachings. With this aim in view, the Trust has brought out a number of books in a humble way.

The present work Sribhasya is always preferred by the scholars as it deals with the views of Ramanujacarya and it implications there on. It is always in great demand, the book was out of print for a long time.

The other two volumes will also be available shortly. Out thanks, are due to Sri M.C. Krishnan, cousin of the founder of the Trust, who is the guiding spirit, for this successful venture.

CONTENTS

VOLUME ONE

Publisher's noteix
Prefacex
Preface to the second editionxiii
Abbreviationsxv
Introductionxvii

Chapter I
Part I

ADHIKARANA I2
ADHIKARANA II195
ADHIKARANA III201
ADHIKARANA IV216
ADHIKARANA V249
ADHIKARANA VI262
ADHIKARANA VII301
ADHIKARANA VIII308
ADHIKARANA IX314
ADHIKARANA X315
ADHIKARANA XI320
Index of Quotations329
Glossarial Index333

VOLUME TWO

Publishers Noteix
Preface to the second Editioni
Preface to the first editionxii
Abbreviationsxiii
Introductionxv

Chapter I
Part II

ADHIKARANA I1
ADHIKARANA II16
ADHIKARANA III24
ADHIKARANA IV35
ADHIKARANA V40
ADHIKARANA VI51

Part III

ADHIKARANA I65
ADHIKARANA II71
ADHIKARANA III86
ADHIKARANA IV92
ADHIKARANA V96
ADHIKARANA VI115
ADHIKARANA VII117
ADHIKARANA VIII130
ADHIKARANA IX133
ADHIKARANA X148
ADHIKARANA XI150

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I157
ADHIKARANA II172
ADHIKARANA III184
ADHIKARANA IV190
ADHIKARANA V195
ADHIKARANA VI206
ADHIKARANA VII222
ADHIKARANA VIII239

Chapter II
Part I

ADHIKARANA I241
ADHIKARANA II247
ADHIKARANA III249
ADHIKARANA IV266
ADHIKARANA V267
ADHIKARANA VI271
ADHIKARANA VI320
ADHIKARANA VII327
ADHIKARANA VIII329
ADHIKARANA IX335
ADHIKARANA X340
Index of Quotations340
Glossarial Index343

VOLUME THREE

Prefacexiii
Abbreviationsxv
Introductionxvii

Chapter II
Part II

ADHIKARANA I1
ADHIKARANA II25
ADHIKARANA III33
ADHIKARANA IV50
ADHIKARANA V55
ADHIKARANA VI57
ADHIKARANA VII64
ADHIKARANA VIII69

Part III

ADHIKARANA I81
ADHIKARANA II88
ADHIKARANA III95
ADHIKARANA IV101
ADHIKARANA V114
ADHIKARANA VI121
ADHIKARANA VII125

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I138
ADHIKARANA II141
ADHIKARANA III144
ADHIKARANA IV146
ADHIKARANA V149
ADHIKARANA VI150
ADHIKARANA VII152
ADHIKARANA VIII154

Chapter III
Part I

ADHIKARANA I164
ADHIKARANA II174
ADHIKARANA III179
ADHIKARANA IV185
ADHIKARANA V187
ADHIKARANA VI188

Part II

ADHIKARANA I193
ADHIKARANA II199
ADHIKARANA III201
ADHIKARANA IV203
ADHIKARANA V204
ADHIKARANA VI222
ADHIKARANA VII227
ADHIKARANA VIII234

Part III

ADHIKARANA I240
ADHIKARANA II246
ADHIKARANA III254
ADHIKARANA IV257
ADHIKARANA V264
ADHIKARANA VI266
ADHIKARANA VII268
ADHIKARANA VIII270
ADHIKARANA IX271
ADHIKARANA X273
ADHIKARANA XI275
ADHIKARANA XII279
ADHIKARANA XIII285
ADHIKARANA XIV287
ADHIKARANA XV291
ADHIKARANA XVI301
ADHIKARANA XVII308
ADHIKARANA XVIII310
ADHIKARANA XIX311
ADHIKARANA XX314
ADHIKARANA XXI322
ADHIKARANA XXII325
ADHIKARANA XXIII327
ADHIKARANA XXIV331
ADHIKARANA XXV333
ADHIKARANA XXVI335

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I341
ADHIKARANA II360
ADHIKARANA III362
ADHIKARANA IV364
ADHIKARANA V365
ADHIKARANA VI367
ADHIKARANA VII368
ADHIKARANA VIII371
ADHIKARANA IX374
ADHIKARANA X376
ADHIKARANA XI380
ADHIKARANA XII382
ADHIKARANA XIII387
ADHIKARANA XIV388
ADHIKARANA XV389

Chapter IV
Part I

ADHIKARANA I391
ADHIKARANA II394
ADHIKARANA III396
ADHIKARANA IV398
ADHIKARANA V399
ADHIKARANA VI401
ADHIKARANA VII402
ADHIKARANA VIII405
ADHIKARANA IX406
ADHIKARANA X408
ADHIKARANA XI410

Part II

ADHIKARANA I412
ADHIKARANA II414
ADHIKARANA III415
ADHIKARANA IV415
ADHIKARANA V418
ADHIKARANA VI426
ADHIKARANA VII427
ADHIKARANA VIII428
ADHIKARANA IX429
ADHIKARANA X431
ADHIKARANA XI432

Part III

ADHIKARANA I436
ADHIKARANA II438
ADHIKARANA III441
ADHIKARANA IV443
ADHIKARANA V444

Part IV

ADHIKARANA I454
ADHIKARANA II459
ADHIKARANA III461
ADHIKARANA IV465
ADHIKARANA V466
ADHIKARANA VI472
Untraced Quotations481
Index of Adhikaranas482
Index of Quotations488
Glossarial Index494


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