Sanskrit Manuscripts : Taittirīyakavārttikaṭīkā

ĀnandajñānaĀnandagiri

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A paper manuscript of the <i>Taittirīyakavārttikaṭīkā</i> by the well-known 13th-century Advaitin Ānandajñāna, otherwise known as Ānandagiri, disciple of Śuddhānanda. Ānandajñāna authored a well-known direct gloss (<i>ṭippaṇa</i>) on Śaṅkara's commentary (<i>bhāṣya</i>) on the Taittirīyopaniṣad. On the other hand, this work is a gloss (<i>ṭīkā</i>) on Sureśvara's subcommentary on Śaṅkara's commentary, titled <i>Bhāṣyavārttika</i> (or Śrutivārttika). The scribe of this manuscript is a certain Nārāyaṇa.</p>


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