Sanskrit Manuscripts : Śukāṣṭakavyākhyāna

Gaṅgādharendra Sarasvatī, Gaṅgādhara Sarasvatī, Gaṅgādhara Yati, Gaṅgādhara Bhikṣu

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A paper manuscript of the <i>Śukāṣṭakavyākhyāna</i> by Gaṅgādharendra Sarasvatī, an Advaita scholar who flourished around the middle of the 19th century. This work is a commentary (<i>vyākhyāna</i>) on the <i>Śukāṣṭaka</i>, an Advaita poem in eight verses that celebrates the state of the individual who has achieved liberation while still alive (<i>jīvanmukta</i>), and that has been variously ascribed to Śukācārya, Śuka (Vyāsa's son), Vyāsa and Śaṅkara. </p>


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