Sanskrit Manuscripts : Śaṅkaravijayaḍiṇḍima, Śaṅkaravijaya, Saṃkṣepaśaṅkaravijaya

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A paper manuscript including two works: 1. the <i>Śaṅkaravijayaḍiṇḍima</i>, a commentary on Mādhava-Vidyāraṇya's <i>Śaṅkaravijaya</i> (also known as the <i>Saṃkṣepaśaṅkaravijaya</i>) by Dhanapatisūri; and 2. the <i>Śaṅkaravijaya</i> by Anantānandagiri (different from Ānandagiri, the 13th-century Advaita author of well-known subcommentaries on Śaṅkara's commentaries on Upaniṣads). The first work was written towards the end of the 18th century, and the second was possibly composed during the 16th century (Bader 2000). Mādhava-Vidyāraṇya's <i>Śaṅkaravijaya</i> and Anantānandagiri's <i>Śaṅkaravijaya</i> are two among many hagiographic accounts of Śaṅkara's life, the first one being in all evidence the oldest available to us. </p>


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